Rosalind N. Anderson Bernoudy
Funeral services for Mrs. Rosalind N. Anderson Bernoudy were held on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, at 11 a.m. at West Haven Funeral Chapel in Magee.
Rev. Ralph Walker officiated with burial at the Magee Family Cemetery on Sam Durr Road in Prentiss. Rev. Herbert J. Anderson Jr. delivered the eulogy.
West Haven Memorial Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Rosalind Naomi Anderson Bernoudy was born on Dec. 22, 1986, to Mr. Herbert Anderson Jr. and Mrs. Deborah A. Anderson in East Point, Georgia. She made sure everyone in the family knew that she was the “Baby Girl” of the family.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Ms. Ruth M. Taylor; and her paternal grandfather, Mr. Herbert J. Anderson Sr. and her maternal grandfather, George Reynolds.
Rosalind made a commitment to her Lord and savior Jesus Christ at a very early age in life and over the course of the past 15 months had been actively attending Over Flow Ministries in Magee where she was seeking to draw herself closer to her Lord and Savior as well as implementing the training of her children in the fear and admonition of the Lord.
Rosalind attended Anderson Christian Home-schooling I in her elementary years. She obtained her high school diploma from Prentiss High School. She later went on to obtain her associate’s degree from Co-Lin Community College in Magee.
She was currently enrolled at USM working on her Bachelor of Education. Rosalind was considered a hard worker from the time she was in high school until she left this earthly realm and transitioned to her heavenly tabernacle on Jan. 7, 2018.
She was employed at Mendenhall Elementary School as a paraprofessional with the babies and she loved them and they loved her.
Rosalind leaves to cherish her memories her mother and father, Mrs. Deborah Anderson and Mr. Herbert Anderson of Mt. Olive; her spouse, Mr. Willie (Waldo) Bernoudy III and their three children; Lajuan, Brianna and Bryson of Mendenhall.
She is survived by her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Bernice Anderson of Atlanta, Georgia; two sisters, Ms. Talina Han, of Waveland and Ms. Enna M. Taylor of Bay St. Louis; one brother, Emmanuel J. Anderson of Mt. Olive; and a very special mother in love and father in love, John and Maxine Ward of Mendenhall.
In addition to these very special people in Rosalind’s life, she also leaves to reflect on her life a multitude of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other family, friends, co-workers and military families nationwide.