Bernice Carolyn Allen-Foresse was born on February 28,1951, in Greensboro, Florida, to the late Fred Allen and Edna King Allen.Bernice attended the public schools in Pasco County, Florida, attending Florida Academy School in Lacoochee, Florida, she later attended Mickens High School, where she participated in school activities as Majorette. Bernice was well liked by her classmates and teachers. Her class of 1970 was the last class to graduate from Mickens High School because of the integration of all public schools in Pasco County. In her leisure time she enjoyed traveling, cruising, shopping and most of all cooking. Her cooking was off the chain. She adored, loved and enjoyed spending time with her granddaughters who were her heart and joy. Bernice really was the life of the party at all family and social gatherings. She enjoyed meeting and talking to new people. She was a person you would never forget. She was also included in Lil Man’s “Golden Girls of Dade City”.....that was one hilarious time she had with him and her friends. Perfectly orchestrated by the Lord, at His assigned time, He called for his child to come home. Bernice will be truly missed by many people, but most of all she will be missed by her husband Joseph Foresse, three children Demarcus M. Godbolt, Demetria M. Godbolt of Dade City, Florida and Billy S. (Jeri) Croson of Zephyrhills, two bonus daughters Ancelonie Foresse and Anshana Foresse, her two beautiful granddaughters Naudia T. Croson and Dream M. Jones; two loving sisters, Evelyn L. Green of Trilby, Florida and Lura L. Allen of Orlando, Florida, three brothers; Freddie Lee (Josephine) Allen, Leesburg, Florida, Henry D. Allen, Brooksville, Florida, Ulysses F. Allen in Apopka, Florida; 4 Bonus Grandchildren And A Host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins and other Sorrowing Friends. She will be embraced by her Mother Edna K. Allen, Her Father Fred Allen, two sisters; Fannie Mae Washington and Eula Mae Allen; three brothers; Eddie John Allen, Rudolph Allen and William Allen who have all preceded her in death and will meet her where there is peace in the valley and joy will always come in the morning.
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