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Services Set for Jermin Amelda Reifer, age 59

Nov. 16, 2004 – Jermin Amelda Reifer, also known as "Melda" of Mon Bijou died on Nov. 10 at Centro Medici Hospital in Puerto Rico. Reifer was 59.
She is survived by her mother, Perlina Benjamin; daughter, Connie Francis; grandchildren, Osayand, Osei and Olyssa Gore; sisters, Camella Carr, Alrica Armstrong, Almin Browne, Hyacinth Reifer and Pauline Nesbitt; brothers, Wilfred, Rupert, Hugh and Karl Reifer, Elmore Browne, Dalmon, Osmon and Stedroy Adams; sisters-in-law, Primrose Reifer and Gaylan Adams; brothers-in-law, Renford Carr, Gilroy Nesbitt and Cecil Armstrong; special cousins, Genevieve Simon, Melrose Joseph, Denise and Yvonne Benjamin, Theodore Francis, Eileen Ambrose, and others too numerous to mention; special friends, Angela Fredericks, Rosita Williams, Grethlyn Edgecombe, Camileta Lewis, Marie Gonsales, Padget and Edmeade Gore, Anthony Mark, Paul Maynard, Maude Phillips, Harriet Jaoquin, the Armstrong, Samuel, Morton, Levine, Gardener and Solomon families, Aldan Johnson, the staff of Daniel's Bakery, 19 nieces, 19 nephews, 8 great nieces, 13 great nephews, and others too numerous to mention.
Funeral services will take place at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 22 at St. John's Anglican Church with a viewing at 10 a.m. Burial will take place at Kingshill Cemetery. Professional arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home.

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