Vernal Winslow [Boy] Burns

February 18, 2021

[Augustus Funeral Home and Cremation Service]

We regret to announce the passing of Mr. Vernal Winslow [Boy] Burns

A Homegoing Service for the late Mr. Vernal Winslow [Boy] Burns, loving husband of Peggy Burns [née Ming], son of the late Vernell Winslow ‘Spuds’ Ingham and Enith Burns; father to David Burns [Kimaire], Zeena Thomas [née Wilson] [Troy], Joanne Burns [Michael] and Dawn Brown [née Burns]; brother to Harold Minors, Madeline Rampersad [née Smith] and the late Kenneth Eugene Burns, Basil Winfield ‘Bumpy’ Goater and Aubrey Smith, in his 82nd year of #41 Battery Road, St. George’s will be held Today, February 18, 2021 at Christ Church, Devonshire at 11:00 am.
Interment will follow at Christ Church Devonshire Cemetery.

There will be no viewing.

Lovingly remembered by Grandchildren: Salih Maurice Burns, Chiesa Ava Terry Tweed, Treena Thomas, Callon, Danai, Charhan & Charmari Burns and Csavanni Brown; and seven great-grandchildren. Brothers-in-law: Prof. Edward ‘Eddie’ Ming [Wendy] and the late Gladwin and Morris Peniston. Sisters-in-law: The late Earlene Ming and Lois ‘Pie’ Simmons. Father- and Mother-in-law: The late Earl Moorland & Astoria Ming. Nieces: Tanna Smith, Sarafina Woolridge-Burns, Shawnette Smith and Tasahai Belboda-Showers. Nephews: Kenneth Dill, Ricardo Rampersad and the late Rudy Smith. Special cousins: Diane ‘Mickey’ Lewis and Janice Swan. Special friends: Bro. Dave & Sis. Jocille Blakeney, Bro. Kotoni & Sis. Kenlyn Simmons, Calvin Simons, Gerry Swan, Clarence Smith, Mr. John & Mrs. Irna Stovell, W&E Quarry Crew Family: Wendell Eve, Neville Dill, Edmond Fox, Kalier Smith, Darin Hall, Vance ‘Dolly’ Smith, Cornell ‘Sinky’ Woolridge, Fred Riley, Reid Lightbourne, Vernon Tankard, Nick Smith, Stephen Outerbridge, Neil ‘Diamond’ Robinson, Dennis Spencer, Howard ‘Boxhead’ Romaine, Noel ‘Sub’ Smith, Lorenzo Bean, Robert Symonds and many other relatives and friends—too numerous to mention.

Covid-19 precautions are to be observed and are required to have a maximum limit of 20 persons in the viewing chapel at any given time. Mask and hand sanitation will be required and social distancing observed.

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