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Services Are July 6 for Vegon A. Joseph, 46

June 30, 2004 – Vegon A. Joseph, also known as "Joe-Muee," of Estate Mon Bijou died Saturday, June 26, at Juan F. Luis Hospital. He was 46.
Viewing will take place from 10 a.m Tuesday at Central Seventh-day Adventist Church, with funeral services to follow at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Kingshill Cemetery.
Joseph was the son of the late Olive Ross Joseph and Joshua Joseph. He is survived by his wife, Patricia A. Roberts Joseph; his father; his stepmother, Catherine Joseph; son Kareem Joseph; stepson Eric Hall; stepgrandchild Taysia Hall; stepsister Carol Nicholas; brothers Cedric, Roger and Randy Joseph and Theophilus "Balkin" Lincoln; adopted brother Ralston Nicholas; elsie Williams; nieces Rashida Joseph and Natasha, Rehena, Tricia, Olivette and Sierra Lincoln; nephews Jahmai and Malikai Joseph and Zachariah Jr., Dwayne, Pasha, Jeremiah, Isiah and Sheldon Lincoln.
Also, aunts Ursula Joseph, Roslyn Joseph and Erma Slaven; uncles Fitzroy and Edmund Joseph and Jeremiah Simon; mother-in-law Edna Roberts; father-in-law Eric Roberts; sisters-in-law Iris Lincoln and Brenda Joseph.
Also close family members Nathaniel and Hyzene Simon, Rupert and family, the Lang family, Beatrice Henry, Janice Blave, Vanetta and Michael Joseph, Claude, Elsie and Andrea Laviscount, Hector Simon, Walston John, Rowan Laviscount, Maria and Nereida Simon and family, Agatha Phillips and family, Greta Joseph and family.
And special friends Laverne E. Robles and family, Trevor Bryan, Emile Jonas, Glenmore Martin, Earl "Kenya" Brown, Julian Nicholas and family, Laukland and family, Esther and family, Karen Daveron, Elsa Wheately and family, Iris Williams, the Esdale family, Velda Massiah, Lucinda Benjamin and family, Gilson, Charles and Tyrone Luke, Donald "Buda" Francis, Novelle Francis and co-workers at the Divi Carina Bay Resort.

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