Garnes, Clarence Wilchester

Garnes, Clarence Wilchester
01 Jun
2018

Clarence Wilchester Garnes, age 82, affectionately known as “Chester”, of Lynches, St. Philip and retired Employee of the Ministry of Transport and Works, Father of Beverley, Keith of the U.K., Trevor, Cardinal, Shawn, Dawn - Teacher of Olga Millar Nursery and the late Stephen Alleyne, Brother of Laurine Newton of the U.S.A., Sylvia Brathwaite, Carson and Calvin Garnes - all of Canada and Ernestine Christie, Grandfather of Khalid, Swenyah and Jashaunti Alleyne, Antwan Wiltshire, Stefina Browne, Rashon Goddard, Shadawn Arthur and Ramario Mayers-Alleyne, Great-Grandfather of two, Uncle of Sheila Delaney, Yvonne Newton, Coraline Davidson, Maureen Archer and many others, Great-Uncle of Lenda Connel, Father-In-Law of Sherlene Alleyne and Jennifer Bridgeman, Cousin of Morris Garnes, Friend of Lyris Alleyne and many others

A Service of Thanksgiving celebrating the life of Clarence Wilchester Garnes will take place on Monday, June 04th, 2018 at 3:30 p.m. at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Ruby, St. Philip, where relatives and friends are asked to meet, followed by the interment in the Churchyard.

Flowers may be delivered to St. George's Home for Funerals no later than 12:00 noon on Monday.

Viewing of the body takes place at St. George's Home for Funerals, Carmichael House, Carmichael, St. George from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. on Sunday and at the church from 2:30 p.m. until the start of the service.

Funeral Arrangements Entrusted to: St. George’s Home for Funerals.

Online condolences may be posted to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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