Bertha Mae Hardy

Sunrise: June 3, 1947

Sunset: July 27, 2019

Bertha Mae “Menia” Hardy was born on June 3, 1947 in Norfolk County, Virginia to Lemmon and Bertha Lucas. She graduated from George Washington Carver High School. She retired from the City of Chesapeake. She was a faithful member of Grace Fellowship Church. Her love for her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ was evident in the way she loved and cared for others. Menia had a fun-loving and caring spirit. She was such a people person with her smile and wittiness. Everybody loved them some “Menia” and her house was the place to be to eat and have fun.

She was known for catching crabs on Bainbridge. Menia was the “Canned Lady” in the neighborhood. She enjoyed her family and living life to its fullness. Menia touched the lives of so many people during her life, and she will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.

In addition to her father and mother, she was preceded in death by her husband, her brother, her sister and her son. She leaves to cherish her memory; her son, Kevin Lucas (Sabrina); daughters, Yolanda and Stacy Lucas; one daughter-in-law, Alice Lucas; four sisters; Sylvia White, Mildred Lucas, Patsy Edison and Sheila White (Derek); two brothers: Alfred and Thomas Lucas; five grandchildren; Kimberly, O’Quint, Torron, Charleston and Ashley; eight great- grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, family and friends.

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    Debra B.Coles says

    The world has lost a great person. I’ll never forget your warm personality and great smile. Rest on Angel. You will be missed

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    Michelle Robinson says

    Bertha was a nice and sweet person. I remember when I first started working at the health department and Bertha always greeted me with a Good morning, her great personality and a smile every day. She will be missed.

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    Lashay Cuffee says

    Bertha she was great wonderful person and she all ways have smile on face then she like to talk to people knowing make her a joke with other and always speak to folk. And pick can walk with her baskets put the can n the baskest i want say rest n peace and. Heaven every one will se her again

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    Deborah McNeal says

    Stacey, I am praying for you and your entire family. May God’s love and peace comfort you through this difficult time.

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