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Vernice Elaine Joseph Dies

Vernice Elaine Joseph

Friends and relatives are advised of the death of Vernice Elaine Joseph, better known as Tiny.

Vernice was preceded in death by her mother, Leone I. Brunn Hendrickson; father. Alvin Joseph Sr.; and niece, Ashyla T. R.  Gordon.                                                                                She is survived by sisters: Alicia Griffin, Rita Joseph, Stephanie Joseph and Jaynelle Hendrickson; brothers: Alvin “Simba” Joseph Jr., Ronald “Randy” Joseph; aunts: Bernice B. Lanclos, Cresida B. Archibald, Eugenia B. Willis, Patricia Brunn, Valerie Brunn and Cassandra Brunn; uncles: Albert Brunn and Bernard Brunn; sister-in-law: Kimani Isles Joseph; and brothers-in-law: Douglas Griffin Sr. and Inez Joseph.

She is also survived by nieces: Reissia Motta, Athoia Gordon Ashoia Gordon-George, J’Riise Warner, Allaniise and Arcoyah Mannix, Akiisha Joseph, Roneika and Roneima Joseph, Taryn and Te’Jonique Dawson, nephews: Larone Creque, Rashaun Brady Douglas Griffin Jr. LaMont Joseph, Raheem Joseph, Toiryie Dawson, Te’Jean Joseph, Delon Joseph, Ronald Joseph Jr., Kiahl’Jah, Kyron and Ronel Joseph and Hakeem Joseph; as well as many relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

The first viewing will be held at 4-6 p.m., Friday, March 8, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home Chapel. The second viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Saturday, March 9, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Internment will be at Eastern Cemetery.

Funeral arrangements are by Turnbull’s Funeral Home and Cremation Services.                                                                                                               

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