Ida Brumfield Cyprian
September 2, 1936 - July 1, 2022
Ida Brumfield Cyprian was born on September 2, 1936 to the late Monroe and Beulah Garret Brumfield in Folsom, Louisiana. She was one of 15 children.
She was the beloved wife of the late Albert Cyprian, Sr., and the loving mother of 7 children, 3 whom preceded her in death.
Sis Ida Cyprian, from early on always had a spiritual yearning. She had a deep love for God word of the Bible. Part of her earlier life, she enjoyed singing in a Gospel group with her sisters. Years later in the late 1960’s she accepted a Bible Study with Jehovah Witnesses, and her love for the Bible truths deepened. As she learned her creator, Jehovah God Purpose; the glorious hope of endless life on a paradise Earth. She symbolizes her dedication to serve Jehovah by Water Baptism on January 5, 1970. She became a member of the Christian Congregation of Jehovah Witnesses in Covington, LA She enjoyed sharing her faith with family, friends, and anyone she came in close contact with.
She was a devoted wife, a full-time Caregiver to her Paraplegia husband and a devoted mother to her children.
Some of the things she enjoyed during her lifetime was Gardening, coking, and showing hospitality. She remain a faithful dedicated servant of Jehovah and a member of the Franklinton congregation of Jehovah Witnesses with her death on July, 2022.
Ida leaves to cherish her precious memories two daughters, Pecolia Nichols and Bonnie Cyprian both of Folsom, LA; two sons, Albert Cyprian, Jr of Folsom, LA, and Lester (Edna) Cyprian of New Orleans, LA; four grandsons, Roy ( Shantay) Dyson III of Birmingham, AL, Anthony (Veronica) Dyson of Baton Rouge, LA, Royce Kelley of San Diego, CA, Dondrell Bivins of Folsom, LA; twelve great grandchildren; three great great grandchildren; one sister, Louise Brumfield Cyprian of Folsom, LA; one brother, Cecil Chappel of Slidell, LA; her favorite girl, Deborah Nixon; a host of nieces, nephew, and loving spiritual family.
A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 PM on July 23, 2022 at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Franklinton, Louisiana.