Bernice Holl was born on February 9, 1929, in Slaughter, Mississippi. She was the second of three children.
Bernice accepted Christ and was baptized at an early age and become a member of a local church in Slaughter, Mississippi.
Bernice knew she needed a partner and the Lord gove her a devoted husband in I964, when she became the wife of Legusto Holl. They worked hard and together raised nine children in Bastrop, Louisiana, where she remained until after the death of her husband. She left Louisiqno in 1992 and moved to Sacramento, California to be with her children. And in 2003 she relocated to Los Vegas, Nevada to spend time with her other children.
Bernice loved the Lord and always found a church home. She was a faithful member of Progressive Church of God in Christ in Sacramento, California and Calvary Southern Baptist Church in North Las Vegas, Nevada.
Bernice was a strong, giving and loving person who loved being surrounded by her family. She was faithful and always prayed for her children and their families. Her prayers were to love Jesus and one another.
Bernice's special interests were communication whereby she spent hours talking on the phone to family and friends near and for. She had a sharp memory of events and was up to date on current news, both locally and worldwide. She also loved watching westerns and game shows. She did all of this while being on duty as an unofficial member of the neighborhood watch and volunteering in a soup kitchen for the homeless.
Bernice deported this life on February 21,2O2O at 7:5O pm under the care of Nathan Adelson Hospice at home in Los Vegas, Nevada. Loving memories of Bernice will always be cherished by her children... Tommie Walts, Legusto Holl Jr (Patricia), Lee Vohn Holl (Trudy), Joann Sietos ( lngo) all of Sacramento, California, Jimmie Wotls ( Gwendolyn), Sarah Douglass and Della Norsworthy all of Los Vegas, Nevado, twenty-seven grandchildren, fifty-nine great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and church family.
Bernice was preceded in death by her parents Willie Watts and Matilda Chamblem, husband Legusta Hall, and sons Johnny Watts and Sammy Watts.
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