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Audrey Gilbert-Johnson
Age: 62 yrs
Birth Date: December 14, 1951
Date of Date: Wed, June 04, 2014
Funeral Services: Sat, June 21, 2014
Location: Independence Drive Church of God
Funeral Time: 10 a.m.
Internment: Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleum
Announcement/Obituary: In the quiet settlement of New Bight, Cat Island during the early morning hours of December 15th, 1951, a baby girl was born to Louise and Athral Gilbert. She was christened in the Church of God and given the name Audrey Geneva. Audrey was the 6th child born in this union. During her childhood years, Audrey was always a very quiet and peaceful child who never uttered a cry, even when she felt a pain or needed a helping hand from her parents. Audrey received her early education at New Bight All Age School where she was under the tutelage of distinguished educators such as Bishop Teuton Stubbs, A. Leonard Archer and Mr. James Moultrie. After leaving school at the age of 17 years, she was employed as a clerk at the local post office located in the government complex of New Bight. After working in this field for fifteen years, Audrey decided to resign from her job and relocate to Nassau to give her children better educational advantages in life. Throughout her illness, Audrey never complained, however, her loved ones all knew that she was in great pain. During her son Quentin s visit a few weeks ago, it appeared as if Audrey had regained an unusual amount of energy and strength as a result of his presence. Shortly after his return to the United States she became depressed and began to sing songs like Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah and Crown Him Lord of All just before falling asleep. It was only a moment in time before she would leave us to go and be with her Saviour. On Wednesday June 4th at about 3:30p.m., Audrey fell asleep for the last time at her son Henderson s residence. She is now free from all the pains and cares of this world and resting safely in the arms of Jesus. Cherished and lasting memories will forever be held by: Her loving mother: Louise Gilbert of New Bight, Cat Island; Two daughters: Shanique Johnson and Nikita Gray; Three sons: Dr. Quentin Johnson of Richland, Washington State; Henderson Armbrister and Larez Johnson; Grandchildren: Nivantae Joseph, Sharranda Burrows, Jasmine and Dwayne Adderley, Jordon and Marverick Armbrister and Tyneka Cargill; Daughters-in-law: Cleanne Johnson and Glenda Armbrister; Sisters: Rev. Dorothy P. Bain, Janet Gilbert, Nurse Berthalee Walkes and Ruth Edgecombe of Marsh Harbour, Abaco; Brothers: James Gilbert and Allan Candy Gilbert of New Bight, Cat Island; Aunt and Uncle: Irene Johnson and Rev. Daniel Johnson of New Bight, Cat Island; Sisters-in-law: Lenora and Jenny Gilbert; Brothers-in-law: Cyril Walkes Sr. and Leonard Edgecombe Sr.; Nieces: Dr. KristaWalkes-Francis; Dr. Marissa Moncur, Sophia McKinney, Jackie Fox, Joan Cambridge-Telle; Kim, Tasha and Keisha Gilbert;Valencia Ramachala and Karis Carey and Samantha Johnson; Nephews: Givano Gilbert of Salt Lake City, Utah; Cruze Gilbert, Cory Bain, Edison and Wayne Moncur, P.C.2711 Reynaldo Walkes, Leonard Edgecombe Jr., Alberto, Leonardo, Allancio, Ian, Teron, Kevin and William Gilbert; Jonathan Jr., Archie and Jason Cambridge and Davidson Johnson; Other relatives and friends including: Abigail Fife, Betty Seymour, Judy Strapp, Veronica Wilson, Gretel Stuart, Jenniemae Williams, Lenora Heild, Maxine and MaryAnn Rolle, Kim Moss, Mae Smith, Joan Rolle, Fairest Johnson, Theresa Collette and Paula Mae Brown; Lionel, Dennis and Wendy Gilbert, Barbara Dorsett, Maybell Rolle; Patricia, Melonie and Marie Moss, Oris Strachan, Rev. Jeffrey Johnson of Freeport, Grand Bahama; Everette, Lynden, Frank and Rodney Johnson; Whitney and Alfred Moss Jr., Joyce, Hilda and Edison Knowles, Rosetta Clarke; The Family Medicine Clinic; Food Service Department of P.M.H., the Fashion Trap Stores, Southwest Cathedral, The Lighthouse Fellowship Church of God and the Independence Drive Church of God families; the Abaco Central High School family.


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