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Sybil E. Harley-Rhymer Dies

Sybil E. Harley-Rhymer died on Aug. 19.

She is survived by her mother, Ramona Harley; husband, Alfred Rhymer Sr.; daughters: Rosie Harley and Lenor Rhymer; son, Alfred Rhymer Jr.; uncle, Malcom Meyers; brothers: Bernard, Christian and Randolph Harley; sisters: Ena Spencer, Era Joseph and Gerda Rhymer; brothers-in-law: Charles and Ivan Rhymer; daughter-in-law, Jessica Silva -Rhymer; nieces-in-law: Antonet Petersen-Spencer, Katrina , Nadine and Lisa; son-in-law, Jeremiah Ryan and Pedro Muhammad; and grandchildren: Johnathan, Tyler, Ny ‘Esha, Jeremiah and Joshua.
She is also survived by nephews: Randolph, Nathaniel, Raul, Rodney, Raphael, Joseph, Abel, Vernon, Xaiden, and Shackio; nieces: Charlene, Ramona, Anjanette, Natalie, Lisa, Bria, Chrystal, Chantel, Charrice and Bianca; great nephews: Randolph, Nathaniel, Raul Jr., Deshawn and Thoron; great nieces: Martina, Tiffany and Shanai,Taijanae; great-great-nephews: Isaiah, Jeremiah and Tayor; great-great-nieces: DA’Shawna, Kayla, Nicole and Alexadria; and special friends: Rhonda, Lydia, Marsha, Vivian, Viusa and Debbie.
Pall bearers will be Bernard, Christian, Randolph, Nathaniel, Alfred Sr. and Alfred Jr. and honorary pall bearers will be Jeremiah Ryan, Rodney Harley, Raphael Harley and Pedro Muhammad.
There will be a viewing held at 8 a.m. followed by a service at 9 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 2, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home. Burial will be at Western Cemetery No. 1.

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Sybil E. Harley-Rhymer died on Aug. 19.

She is survived by her mother, Ramona Harley; husband, Alfred Rhymer Sr.; daughters: Rosie Harley and Lenor Rhymer; son, Alfred Rhymer Jr.; uncle, Malcom Meyers; brothers: Bernard, Christian and Randolph Harley; sisters: Ena Spencer, Era Joseph and Gerda Rhymer; brothers-in-law: Charles and Ivan Rhymer; daughter-in-law, Jessica Silva -Rhymer; nieces-in-law: Antonet Petersen-Spencer, Katrina , Nadine and Lisa; son-in-law, Jeremiah Ryan and Pedro Muhammad; and grandchildren: Johnathan, Tyler, Ny ‘Esha, Jeremiah and Joshua.
She is also survived by nephews: Randolph, Nathaniel, Raul, Rodney, Raphael, Joseph, Abel, Vernon, Xaiden, and Shackio; nieces: Charlene, Ramona, Anjanette, Natalie, Lisa, Bria, Chrystal, Chantel, Charrice and Bianca; great nephews: Randolph, Nathaniel, Raul Jr., Deshawn and Thoron; great nieces: Martina, Tiffany and Shanai,Taijanae; great-great-nephews: Isaiah, Jeremiah and Tayor; great-great-nieces: DA’Shawna, Kayla, Nicole and Alexadria; and special friends: Rhonda, Lydia, Marsha, Vivian, Viusa and Debbie.
Pall bearers will be Bernard, Christian, Randolph, Nathaniel, Alfred Sr. and Alfred Jr. and honorary pall bearers will be Jeremiah Ryan, Rodney Harley, Raphael Harley and Pedro Muhammad.
There will be a viewing held at 8 a.m. followed by a service at 9 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 2, at Turnbull's Funeral Home. Burial will be at Western Cemetery No. 1.