On Sunday, January 9, 2022 the angel come to Harlem Hospital with chilly fingers and sealed the lips of Eunice. Her soul winged its flight from this world of sin, sorrow and pain to a place of eternal rest and joy.
Eunice Ross-Pickens, affectionately known as “Top Cat” or “Big 6” was born on December 20, 1943 in Savannah, Georgia to the late Arthur Hogansand and Emma Lee Bishop. She finished her education in Savannah.
Eunice had two beautiful boys, Caesar Hogans and the late Bernard Hogans. Eunice moved to New York to maker a better life where she met and married Al Ross. They resided at 92 St. Nicholas Avenue. Eunice remarried to the love of her life the late Curtis Pickens. Eunice and Curtis lived at 1902 7th Avenue.
Eunice was an domestic worker later becoming a certified health care provider and childcare provider.
Eunice knew the Lord. She did missionary work and continued it until her health began to fail. She became an Ark of Safety Prayer Missionary. She remained faithful to God.
She leaves to cherish her memory: her beloved son Caesar Hogans; two sisters: Johnnie Beatrice Bryant and Josephine Tukas; a daughter-in-law, grandchildren and aa host of nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, great great great-nieces and nephews, and loving friends.