Adamson, Hilda Eudora

Adamson, Hilda Eudora
11 Jan
2018

Hilda Eudora Adamson, age 77, affectionately known as “Hil”, of Hillswick Village, St. Joseph, Mother of Anthony of the Ministry of Transport and Works, Barbara, Nicholas, Kenrick of Standard Distributors, Winston of the Barbados Water Authority, Marlene Chase and Ryan of Mount Gay and the late Stephen Adamson, Sister of Kathleen of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital - retired, Vashti, Kenneth Adamson, Louise Edwards, Andre Devonish of the Ministry of Agriculture, Lennox Devonish of the Nation Publishing Company Limited and the late Gertrude Sobers, Grandmother of Fabian, Stephan, Jalen, Alicia, Delia, Adrienne Adamson, Jada-Marie Holder, Robyn Hinkson, Dashawn Clarke, Tone and Karen Oliver, Sade Parris and Samene McClean, Mother-in-law of Donna Simpson- Adamson, Susan Worrell-Adamson, George Downer, Troy Chase, Liena Babb and Nicole Massiah, Relative of the Adamson, Blades, Kellman, Atherley, Marshall and Leacock families, Friend of Millicent Byer, Lillian Griffith, Elaine Mayers, Marjorie Clarke, Janet Crawford and many others


The funeral of Hilda Eudora Adamson takes place on Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 at Berea-Seventh-Day-Adventist Church, St. Elizabeth Village, St. Joseph, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 2:00 p.m. for the service. The cortege will then proceed to the churchyard of St. Joseph Parish Church for the interment.


Flowers may be delivered to Alvin Hinkson Funeral Home no later than 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

The body of Hilda Adamson will repose for viewing at Berea-Seventh-Day-Adventist Church on Tuesday from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and on Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. until the start of the service.

Funeral arrangements Entrusted to: Alvin Hinkson Funeral Home, St. Elizabeth Village, St. Joseph.

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