With an abundance of love and concern, the Majestic Family is embracing the heartbroken loved ones of Ms. Persia Addell Boone, as they prepare to say “Farewell” to this precious jewel. Mrs. Boone closed the curtains on this journey called life on Friday, at her residence in Riegelwood, NC.
On Thursday, November 19, 2020 from 5pm until 6pm in the main chapel of the Majestic Funeral Home in Riegelwood, NC those who wish to pay homage to Mrs. Boone and her loving family, may join them for moments of reflection. Beginning at 12noon on the following day in the Mt. Pleasant AME Zion Church Cemetery in Riegelwood, NC a formal Graveside Service of Remembrance will begin. It is during these hours that all who gather can embrace each other, realizing that God is still in charge and He will heal all broken hearts from this tremendous loss. The Bible teaches us that the strong shall bare the infirmities of the weak, therefore every person that steps through the threshold on that day to support this heartbroken family, will take a piece of the load from Ms. Persia’s children and loved ones, therefore helping them begin to heal.
Ms. Boone is survived by her loving and devoted daughters: Willie Kathlen Boone and Mary Louise Boone R. Jackson (David); three grandchildren: Osiris Usir El (Sabrina), Terri Louise Hines Jones (Matthew) and Rashid Pierre Riboul; two great-grandchildren: Dana Rashell Hines Jones (Fondell) and Nicole Danielle Boone; five great-great-grandchildren: DyShaunna Eyelee Mitchell, Terra Dreeaunna Mitchell, Nicholas JC Mitchell Jr, Sabreah Moenaye Mitchell and Sabrina Monique Mitchell; one brother: James A. Graham; one sister: Estella Graham; special friends: Glivia L. Gainey, Ivery M. Saunders and Lorraine Lapsansky and host of nephews, nieces and church family.
The Boone and connected families are being gingerly cared for by the Compassionate Professionals of Majestic Funeral Home.
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