To Auntie Mavis.
It took a while to write this tribute because it's hard to say goodbye to such a wonderful lady. To say she will be greatly missed is an understatement. I am so glad I had the chance to spend some time with Auntie Mavis both while growing up and recently. Whenever I think of a hot comb I think of Auntie. And she could cook the best curry goat ever, in my opinion!! But most of all, who will I share my birthday with now?
Rest in perfect peace Auntie
Gone but never ever forgotten.
Sharon Bryden/ Nen's Daughter :
Left by Derrick Reid:
Over the years I heard so much about Mavis Lyn Woodburn from my intrepid friends Bev and Lesley, her twin daughters, that I felt I knew her. She was a solid upright woman with a strong faith, drive and passion for life. She was smart as a cookie and a woman with quiet regal strength. I know she has left a lot of love behind which is the measure of respect that Mavis Lyn Woodburn warranted due her title: mother and as good woman!
Left by Bernise Fullerton:
Mrs Woodburn you and my parents have left a foundation for our generation to take over and to follow in your footsteps. You will be missed by many, not only your family, but also in Bristol Caribbean Community. Thank you for your Leadership, support and love, to us all.
RIP and may God bless you.
Lloyd Russell and Family 🙏