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VIOLA MONROE COMERFORD

VIOLA MONROE COMERFORD

February 10, 1936 – April 3, 2021

HOMEGOING SERVICE

Friday-April 16, 2021 – 10:30 A.M.

Roy Mizell & Kurtz Worship Center

1228 N. W. 6th Court

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

 

VISITATION

Thursday, April 15, 2021

5:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.

Roy Mizell & Kurtz Funeral Home

 

FINAL RESTING PLACE

Mt. Tabor A.M.E. Church Cemetery

Lake City, FL

Viola Was born on February 10, 1936, in Lake City, Florida to the late Otis (Cap) Aaron and Janie Brown Aaron.

She attended Mount Tabor Secondary School (High School ) in Lake City , Florida and graduated in 1953,

Viola was a proud and faithful member of Mount Olive Baptist Church. She enjoyed singing gospels and reading her bible. She would often recite her favorite verses daily. She prayed everyday of her life.

Viola was a member of the esteem “Eastern Stars”, Mary McLeod Bethune Grand Chapter of Florida. Her Chapter was McKinney 333 , of West Hollywood ,

she loved serving and participating in many of the chapters community activities. She travelled often with the chapter on cruises, and attended many of the dances. She enjoyed music, dancing and singing. Her style of dress was elegant and high stepping . She enjoyed looking beautiful and wearing her gorgeous hats and shoes that matched her outfit perfectly.. she was known for her elegant style of dress. Her outfits often included Mink coats and left everyone saying “Wow, what a well dressed lady”

Viola was a wonderful cook and loved having parties with her family. She loved her grandkids. She was known for her fondue frosted cakes which she meticulously decorated. She often made birthday cakes for her loving grandkids and would present the cake to them with great delight. Viola was also extremely diligent with her children and was devoted towards their education.

Viola was the proud owner of “Viola’s Barber Shop” in Ft. Lauderdale Florida, she took pride in every haircut and has cut and styled many of the city officials and clergymen as well as members of the police Corp and local businessmen throughout the area.

Viola was a well know substitute school teacher, she loved helping the children and encouraging them to reach higher goals.

Viola was also a very successful Home Health Assistant, she enjoyed continuing education and completed many self help courses at Broward Community College. She graduated as a Home Health Assistant and had many homebound clients. She preferred being a Live In Private Home health care worker. Viola put all her efforts towards her elderly patients and spoiled them with her attentive care. She often received honorable comments from the family members of her patients and she prided herself in doing the best job for their care.

Her memories will be cherished by her daughter: Jada Deidre E. Monroe, Accokeek, MD, son: Belseri L. Comerford, Ft. Pierce, FL ., sisters: Betty Williams of Lake City Fl. Ethel Adusei-Poku of Silver Springs, MD; three brothers: John (Gayle) Aaron of Ft. Lauderdale Fl , Theodore Aaron of Lake City Fl, Alonzo Aaron of Kentucky

grandchildren, Derrick Monroe of Georgia, Jayce Monroe of Ft. Lauderdale Fl, Jacinta Monroe , Ft. Lauderdale, ,Maximillian Comerford, Brandon Comerford, Braydan Comerford, 8 great-grandchildren and host of nieces, nephews, relatives, friends

Preceded in death by:

Harold Comerford , James Monroe Sr, James B. Monroe Jr. (son), Rodney C.Monroe (son), Jay G. Monroe (son),

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