Denyse Plummer remembered fondly at Queens Hall

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Denyse Plummer remembered fondly at Queens Hall

A celebration of life, a service of thanksgiving and praise in honour of Denyse Plummer took place this morning at the Queens Hall St Anns.

A limited number of invitations was made available to the public on a first-come, first-served basis at the Queen’s Hall Box Office from 10am to 12:30pm on Monday.

One invitation was issued per person.

Many tuned in to see and hear performances and speeches in honour of the local icon.

Speaking this morning at Queens Hall, her eldest son Jesse Boocock remembered his mother as a loving woman who took her various roles of mother, family member and performer very seriously.

Her youngest son Robert Boocock said his mom’s request to have her farewell at Queen’s Hall was honoured because she felt most at home at a place she had numerous performances.