Turner Funeral Home and Florida Hills Memorial Gardens

14360 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, FL


Agnes Rock

November 11, 1926November 6, 2019

Agnes Rock, 92, of 5148 Mill Avenue, passed away on November 6th, 2019. She was born in St. Vincent on November 11, 1926.

She was married to Karling Rock on May 4th, 1947. Agnes had a career in Retail for Goodwins Department Store in Brooklyn, New York. She had a passion for cooking and dancing.

Agnes is survived by sons, Michael Rock, Curtis Rock, Jeffrey Rock, and Milton Rock; grandchildren, Melissa King-Gibson, Gregory Rock, Natalia Rock, Rachel Rock, Michelle Rock, and Jennifer Rock.

A visitation will be held from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM on Thursday, November 14, 2019 at Turner Funeral Home, 14360 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34609. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 AM on Friday, November 15, 2019 at the funeral home. Entombment will follow at Florida Hills Memorial Gardens, 14360 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34609.


  • Visitation Thursday, November 14, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, November 15, 2019
  • Entombment Friday, November 15, 2019


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Jean Charles

November 13, 2019

I cherished and admired your zeal and determination to survive amidst all odds.

You were the last of my father’s siblings and that made me love and appreciate you more.

Your genuine love for family bonded us. I will always remember the times I spent with you and your memory will live on in my heart.

Auntie, you have fought the fight, you have ran the race.
Sleep on and take your rest, Auntie.

Lovingly remembered by your niece, Jean.

Eneida Zieris

November 12, 2019

Will miss you terribly. Thanks for all the good chats and laughs we had. God Bless you my dear friend. Love you. Eneida

Stephen & Audrey Mininni

November 12, 2019

Mama Rock, it was a pleasure knowing you and being part of your family all these years. May you be at peace now with Papa Rock and your son Max and look upon us all until we meet again. We can hear the music playing in heaven and we are sure you are dancing. You never have to worry about Curtis and his family because we will always be there for them. Kisses and hugs to you Mama Rock.

Alan , Michelle and Rebecca Girod

November 11, 2019

I'm so blessed to have known Auntie Agnes and family over so many wonderful years. Auntie was like a second mother to me, full of life and humor and always up for a good laugh. Her love for Michelle and Rebecca will always be remembered. We are so saddened at her passing but take solace that Auntie is going to better place. May she rest in peace.
Love... Alan and family.

OT Battle

November 11, 2019

It has been such an honor to have known Mother Rock for the past two years. I will cherish the memories we have together. The love that Mother Rock has shown was unconditional and truly from the heart. Those we hold closet to our hearts never truly leave us. The live on in the kindness they shared and the love they have brought into our lives. She will always be forever missed.

Melissa King-Gibson (Grand Daughter)

November 10, 2019

Rest In Peace Grandma, we find comfort in your memory and love. We thank God for the full life you lived and how peacefully He called you home. Your faith and strength are an inspiration and will carry on. We love you!

Denise Cabral-O'Neal

November 10, 2019

Auntie Agnes was the last surviving sibling of my late father Felix Cabral. She was very dear to my Dad, and after his passing, she became even dearer to me. I loved her unconditionally and seized every opportunity to spend quality time with her. I enjoyed her love for music, learnt many of her favorite recipes, loved watching her go out to share her meat pies with the sanitation workers, and enjoyed listening to her life stories.
She shared with me that her favorite song was "AGAINST THE WIND" by Bob Seger; as the lyrics reminded her of the challenges she faced on her journey in life.
She was my safe place to run to for serenity when my world seem topsy turvy. The residing aromas of music and food in her home made everyone entering feel welcomed and entertained.
I will miss her immensely! Rest in peace Auntie. Gone, but NEVER forgotten.....Your love is engraved on my heart .

With loving thoughts
Denise Cabral-O'Neal (Niece)

Lennard Rocke

November 9, 2019

On behalf of the members of the Rocke family in Winnipeg, Manitoba (i.e., Errol, Len, Atlanta, Alva, Micheal) and Annette Joseph and family in Montreal, Canada, Cynthia Lee Mack, Lloyd Rocke and Deane Rocke in Trinidad and Tobago and Linda, Neil, Katina and Isaiah, Tampa, Florida we would like to extend our sincere condolences to our nephews Jeffrey, Micheal, Curtis, and Milton and their families on the passing of our dear sister-in-law, Agnes. We have thoroughly enjoyed and have fond memories of the times we have shared together with Karl and Agnes in Winnipeg. Also, we have wonderful memories of the times we have visited with Agnes and Karl at their home and at our sister Linda's home in Tampa with Agnes and Karl. Agnes has left us with many wonderful memories of joy, laughter, dancing, singing and learning to play all fours. We recall Agnes' singing of her favorite Christmas calypso called Santa Looking for a Wife by Sparrow and cooking her favorite B-B-Q ribs and Allo-Pie. Agnes will be missed dearly and we will keep her in our prayers. We thank God for the long life she enjoyed.

Carol-Ann Parker-Dowler

November 9, 2019

Always full of great stories, and even better one-liners, Auntie Agnes was a treasure. It was a real gift to spend a week with her earlier this year indulging her wishes for mauby, red solo and peardrax!
Our condolences to the family.

Carol, Jacqueline, Mathew & Keiran


November 9, 2019

We will miss you so much Auntie Agnes. We enjoyed visiting with you in January and we were so glad to see you, sing with you and enjoy your company. I deeply regret that we will never share another strawberry daiquiri. They are enjoying your company in Heaven. Goodbye, we love you.