Funeral Service for the late Magnol Franklyn Walker, aged 79 years, of Ashley Rd., Ridgeland Park East, will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday July 23rd, 2021, at Faith Temple Ministries Int’l, Pine Barren Road. Officiating will be Bishop Carlos Thompson assisted by Elder Wendel smith. Cremation will follow.
Due to current Government regulations in respect of Covid-19, masks and social distancing are required.
The service will be streamed on the WWJ Studios Facebook page. Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/2940204122965742/
Left to cherish Magnol’s memories are her Sons: Deryck, Dwayne & Vaughn Johnson; Daughter: Margo Wilson; Grandchildren: Dominique & Sydia Wilson, DeVaughn, Derycka & Mario Johnson, Zari, Denecea, Diamond & Darius Johnson; Great Grandchildren: Priden, Joyhannah & Sydnique Wilson, Derrian, Greisy & Mario Johnson Jr., Jamir Palacious, Sanay, Dakari, Dahlaya, D’cassio Johnson & Trevez Pinder; Brother: Edgar V. Walker; Sisters: Suzanne Kemp, Gloren & Paulette Walker; Sister-In-law: Maulese Walker; Daughters-In-law: Mary & Brenda Johnson; Daughters of her heart: Rosie Foulkes, Kim Thurston, Terry Ferguson, Maryann Wilson & Doris Taylor; Nephews: Edgar V. (Sandra), Frank (Andrea) & Mark Walker, Philip (Sandra) Kemp, Ricardo Thompson; Nieces: Suzette Sweeting, Nicola Walker, Tara (Dwayne) Ferguson, Shannelle (Gregory) Russell, Jamie Smith; Grandnephews & Grandnieces: Diego (Diego Jr.), Ambre, Myron, Cailyn, Terran, Terrell, Nicholas, Frank, Josh, Ashley, Amari, Tanar, Tiana (Amoura), Brandon, Dorion, Jayden, Dwayne (Miriam, Grayson), Taray, Jonathan (Jonathan Jr.), Jasmine (Eric, Eden), Jade & Jarden; Cousins (including): Shirley Cartwright & Family, Maria Diah-Lawrence, Hank & Lamuel Ritchie, Brenda Major, Van Diah, Zo Sears, Joseph, Cynthia & Deborah Cartwright, Sandra Ingraham, Colin Edgecombe, Agnes Moore, Albertha McCray, Albert, Edmund & Herbert Taylor, Nellie Thompson, Anita Turnquest, Dame Ivy Dumont, Sheila Lightbourne, Carlton & Gretchen Jones, Wynton Jr., Deron, Dale, Daryle (Dr. Dellareece) Isaacs; God Children: Bonita Johnson, Keith Jones & Jill Ward; Other Relatives & Friends: Sidney, Vinnick & Mahalia Wilson, Edwin & Altima Johnson, Sidney & Yvonne Bootle, Vanessa Thompson, Craven Lewis & Family, Trevor Pinder Jr., Norma P. Hall, Vienna Johnson, Brenda Ingraham, Joseph Roberts, Moses Deveaux, Antoinette Bowe, Rev. Ed & Mary Godet and the Godet Family, Tamika Burrows, King & Keva Johnson, Dr. Patricia Forte, Brenda Heastie, Dr. Herbert Orlando, Pastor Gary & Sis. Janet Watkins and The Berean Baptist Church Family, Mary Ingraham, The Swan, Minus, Carey, Lockhart, Moxey, Sands, Carter, King, Hunt, Finely, Edwards, Major, Kemp, Knowles, Swaby and Hamilton Families, Brian Carey, Meagen Smith, Carolyn McPhee, Donna & Jaidon Haley, Gloria Lewis, Leandra Miller, Shelly Lewis and the entire Ridgeland Park East Families, Gordon Mckenzie, Orlando, FLA., “The” Government High School Class of 1958, Bishop Dwight & Pamela Ferguson, Philip & Daphne Brennen, Renee Bain, Desiree Turner, Stephanie Sands, Katie Clarke, Kathleen Smith, Yvonne Wilson, Sherrie Brice, Olga Balfour, Gina Mullen, Melvern Hunt, Kevin, Hermean, Kimberly & Warren, Franz Humes, Allan Gibson, Marco Rolle, Branee Fyne, Rashad Nottage, Rhanee Cleare, Jaimee Smith, Management & Staff of NEMS, Nassau., Management & Staff of J.S. Johnson & Co. Ltd, Management & Staff of Wemco Security Co., SRC (Medical Records Dept.), PMH (Medical Records Dept.), The Barbados Family, The Barbadian/Bahamian Association, McCartney’s Pharmacy, The Hylton Family, Glennys Hanna-Martin, MP, Englerston Constituency, Kathy & Kendra, Rosie Hall, Angela Cartwright, Brendan Foulkes, Tyrone & Teresa Hepburn, Bishop Philemon & Mother Lorna Wilson & The Faith Temple Ministries Int’l Family, Families of the Late Thelma Deveaux, Sheila Pessoa, Mildred Sands, Ordean Gittens, Lynn Permaul of Orlando, FLA., and Dorothy Austin (cousin), Grand Bahama Family: Dorothy Lightbourn, Julia Grant, Wellington & Paulette Rolle, Garth & Karen Woodside, Iteah Ritchie, Tyrone Watkins and Families, EMS Grand Bahama, and Management & Staff of The Rand Memorial Hospital.
Magnol Walker was so well known that if we missed anyone, please know that it was not intentional and we do apologize.
May Her Soul Rest in Peace!
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians & Crematorium, #44 Nassau Street, on Thursday July 22nd from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.