To cherish the Mermory of Yardley Audie Hutton Yardley was born Into the lives of Simuel R Hutton and Martha Hutton On Monday March 6, 1961 who preceded him in death. Yardley was very well Educated graduated from Wendell Phillips high School in 1979 he later went on to study The Nation of Islam Back in 1982 to 1989 he later went to nursing school Yardley had a passion for Animals, Reading, Wrestling, and black history Yardley Loved James Brown and the great out doors as he would say “I'm not sitting in no house” Yardley later met Geraldine Byrd on January 1 1985 until her passing on September 2nd 2018!; 33 years of love he and his wife Relocate to rockford Illinois in 2007 he loved it in Rockford he said, “Rockford was his home he said I'm never moving back to to Chicago.” He was Loved by every one there Yardley got his wings on January 13th 2023. He leaves to mourn his passing his only baby sister, Debora; three nieces Deidre, Jasmine, Erica; two nephews, Tavares, Carter; six great nieces and four great nephews A host of family, friends and a Special Auntie Yvonne Mensah. Yardley Loved her dearly and she adored him as she would say little Yardley!!! Yardley came home on November 23rd 2022 and stayed for the holiday season he left to go home to celebrate newyears Yardley came home for the last time to say goodbye for the last time I will never see your face again will never hear your voice again I will never see your smile again Im going to miss those long good old phone calls talking for hours laughing my heart is broken ill see you again Momma and Daddy have you now tell them hello no good byes rest easy Mr.Wonderfull That's my baby Sister.
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