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FUNERAL FOR GAIL FRANCIS, 48, WILL BE DEC. 1

Nov. 26, 2003 – Gail Luella Francis, 48, died Nov. 23 at her home.
Viewing and funeral services will be Monday, Dec. 1, at Memorial Moravian Church. Viewing is from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., with services at 10:30 a.m. Burial will be in the Francis family cemetery in Smith Bay.
She is survived by her parents, Eloise V. Francis Hendricks and Peter C. Francis Sr.; grandmother, Lucy Smith Prince; sisters, Vernelle deLagarde, Lucia and Lisa Francis; brothers, Kurt I. Hendricks, and Peter Jr., Neal Sr., Avery, Tyrone and Leayle Francis; sisters-in-law, Stacy Sewer Hendricks, Jasmine Wade Francis, Theolinda Francis and Mia Francis; brother-in-law, Edouard deLagarde; aunts, Linda V. Francis, Eglah Smith, Rita and Beverly Williams and Cecilia Walters-Smith; uncles, William Smith I, Alvin White Jr. and Amiel White; great aunt, Casilda Bonelli; nieces and nephews, Kwanza, Khalid and Khadija deLagarde, Monet and Brianna Francis, Nealia Francis-Thomas, Neal Jr., Sholome, Shamoi and Juneal Francis; special cousins, William Smith II, Laurie, Ray and Anita Francis, Rea, Tyrone and Tamika Francis, Kimberly, Kevin and Karima Brown; great nephew, Sekani N. K. deLagarde; godparents, Charles Donovan, Leonard Monsanto, John Davis, Edna Emanuel and Ina George; godchildren, Khadija A.V. deLagarde, Shelly Abraham, and Brandon..
She is also survived by friends: Jennifer Nugent-Hill, Dirita Jensen, Latonya Martin, Lelia and Delia Wheatley, Pat Abraham, Julia Meyers, Yvette Finch, Wein Demetros, Beverly and Randy Latier, Winifred Francis, Raphael Jackson, Eric Dawson, Ludvig Harrigan, Leona Bryant, Ernest deLagarde, JoAnn Gustave, Elizabeth deLagarde, Sandra Setorie, Kent Bernier, Jama Rhymer, Rudy Clark; the Wesselhoft, Meyers and Milliner families in Tutu; Tourism Department employees, Jesters Carnival Troop and Party Hardy Choraliers; special friends, Jewel Harrigan, Louise Baa Benjamin and James Nabors.

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