Marva Walcott Death, Obituary – On October 6, 1952, Marva Maureen Walcott was born in Bridgetown, Barbados. She is also known as “Mings” to her husband, who gave her this nickname. Her parents were Richard Alfred Alleyne and Mary Best “Grandison,” both of whom have now passed away. The year 1952 marks the year of Richard Alfred Alleyne’s passing. Marva was a bright young lady who had a great deal of reverence for her late grandmother, Elaine Murrell, who lived for many years. Marva’s grandma had died away many years ago. She excelled in her studies throughout her time in school and earned her high school graduation from St. Matthews High School, which is located in her home country of Barbados.
The most important thing, however, is that Marva was brought up and educated to believe and live by the following biblical tenet regarding how one should live their life: “Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.” [King James Version] [KJV] “Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.” [KJV] “Charm is On July 31, 1982, Marva and the man she had been in love with all her life, Grantley Walcott, tied the knot at St. Paul Church in the parish of St. Michaels in Barbados. On July 31st, the celebration was held for all who participated.
The two offspring that came from their partnership are named Taralee Lackey and Natasha Walcott. They are the couple’s children. Marva and Grantley radiated a special kind of love that marked them different from other people, and as a result, children were drawn to them. As a direct result of this, they took in three children, including two girls and one boy, and became godparents to three young women. These three young ladies are Steva Bryan and her two younger sisters, Journee Sana Taylor and LaRiyah Brayan Taylor.