Bernice F. Mensia

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  • "Dear Family Of Mrs. Mensia: May the peace of Christ be..."
    - Mrs. Fathiya Freeman Davis & Family
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    - Lisa Ferdinand
  • "Aunt Bernice, I will definitely miss our talks. You will..."
    - Shawn Taylor
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    - Carolyn Carter
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"Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me." Heaven gained another angel. Sister Bernice F. Mensia was the last child born to Harry Ferdinand Sr. and Angeline Brown Ferdinand. She was born in the town of Chamberlin and was reared in Baton Rouge. She was a graduate of McKinley Senior High School and was a Business Administration Graduate of Southern University. Sister Bernice F. Mensia married the love of her life Sammie Mensia on June 19, 1961. This marriage spanned fifty-five (55) years. She leaves to morn two (2) loving and devoted children, a daughter Sametha M. Isaac, and son Sammy Mensia. Sister Bernice was a worked for 31 years at Southern University until her retirement. She was very active in her church and with her family. Sister Mensia, loved her family, and her church. She was an avid student of the Bible and spent the majority of her life taking care of others. Be it offering prayer, bringing meals, cooking, cleaning, or just calling, she always had time. She leaves to cherish her memory children Sametha M. Isaac and Sammy Mensia, four grandchildren; Ashleigh, Christopher, Jeremy and Sametrice, 2 great grandsons; Joshua and Errick. Bonus Son Lonnie Isaac, Bonus Daughter Tresla Isaac, bonus grandchildren Nick Isaac and Dyneshia McKinney, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and relatives. Proceeded in death by her beloved husband Sammie Mensia, parents, sisters and brothers, mother and father in law. Viiewing on Monday June 11, 2018 from 8:30 am until religious services at 10:30 am, at New Sunlight B.C., 1777 America St., Baton Rouge, La. No final viewing. Interment at Louisiana National Cemetery.
Published in TheAdvocate.com from June 7 to June 11, 2018