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Rosalind A. E. Benjamin, age 71, of Estate Glynn, Has Died

Oct. 26, 2004 – Rosalind A. E. Benjamin, also known as "Rose," age 71, of Estate Glynn, passed away on Friday, Oct. 22, at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital.
She is survived by her husband Ickford "Snooks" Benjamin; mother-in-law Dorothea Armstrong; daughters Claudeth Adams-Henry, Renee Adams-Sheridan, Eugenie Williams; step-daughters Donna, Hyacinth, Sonja and Denell Benjamin; sons Albert, Compton, Fitzroy and Glenford Adams; step-sons Pate and Ricky Benjamin; grandchildren Eustace and Leslie Williams, Erica, Fitzroy Jr., Ahkeem, Dorecia, Tiesha, Shenequa and Cole Henry, Kheba Adams-Barthen, Shashi, Adelle, Greg and Ashan Adams, Zaheel and Zimani Adams and Whitney; great-grandchildren Andrg, Ashley, Kiana and Lashauna Williams; brothers James and Stanford Gordon; nieces Miss. Charles and Angella Simon; nephews Lionel, Alpheus and Uriah Gordon and James; daughters- in-law Janice, Helen, Sheba, Sylvia and Mary Adams-Sheridan; sons-in-law Errol Williams and Curtis Henry; sister-in-law Junie Armstrong; brothers-in-law Herman Blackman and Gladwim Titte; other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Funeral services will take place on Thursday, Oct. 28, at Central Seventh-Day Adventist Church at noon with viewing beginning at 11 a.m. Interment will take place at Kingshill Cemetery.
Professional arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home, Inc.

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