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Kitty & Joe Morris

Linda may God comfort you in your grief. You and Mike are always such an encouragement and inspiration. We love you both dearly!

Ray, Brenda and family

Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with you. May you find comfort and strength in God’s love and may the blessing of good memories warm your heart.

Alicia + David Cakley

Our deepest sympathy to you, Linda, as you grieve. May the Lord continue to heal you and renew your strength. May He comfort you with His love and peace, in the name of Jesus, we pray.

Bob and Tessie

We will miss our dear brother-in-law. We will miss his caring emails, friendly smiles and his love for all his family.

Julian Michael Bass


Julian Michael Bass, 78, of Fernandina Beach, Florida passed away on Wednesday, August 4, 2021 peacefully in his sleep, at home, with his beloved wife by his side, after a brief illness. Michael was a faithful communicant of St. Michael Catholic Church in Fernandina Beach, FL. He joyfully served as an Altar Server, had been a Eucharistic Minister, and spent each day in prayer. He was happy to lead the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet before Mass. He loved his Catholic Faith and Amelia Island.

Michael was born in Charleston, SC on July 11, 1943 and attended Catholic School. He was a retired nurse, having worked at MUSC and the VA Hospital, both in Charleston, SC. During the Vietnam Conflict, Michael served in the Merchant Marines, transporting goods from U.S. Ports to Vietnam and other foreign ports, as needed. Michael was a past President of the Holy Name Society in South Carolina.

Michael was predeceased by his parents: James Matthew and Mary Elizabeth (Pendarvis) Knox; his sister, Barbara, and two brothers: Jimmy and Tommy.

He leaves behind his wife of twelve years, Linda, of Fernandina Beach, FL; two sisters: Edna (Bill) Mariorenzi, Mattie (Thomas) Dallas, and a brother John (Barbara) Knox, all of South Carolina. He also leaves eleven sisters-in-law and their families, several nieces and nephews, and many loving Church members who were like family to him.

Visitation will be from 5-7pm on Thursday, August 19, 2021, with a Rosary led by Sr. Rose & Sr. Josephine at 6pm.

The Funeral Mass will be at St. Michael Catholic Church on Friday, August 20, 2021, at 11:00am, with Fr. Jose Kallukalam officiating.


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