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Funeral Wednesday for Iris Patnella

Nov. 29, 2004 – Iris Patnella died Nov. 22 at Massac Nursing Home.
She is survived by daughter, Alexis McClean Callwood; sons, Elroy Emanuel McClean, Ejnar Emanuel McClean; great-grandchildren, Diamond, Gregory, Catika, Rodney, Clinseane, Jeffrey, Camila, Laquaima, Calisha, Tarik, Taj, Khaliq, Jaha, Jalen; nieces, Juanita Codrington, Phyllis Massac; daughters-in-law, Annette McClean, Patricia McClean; adopted daughters, Grace Thompson, Almeana Yearwood; adopted sons, Lionel Pratt, Keno Ruan; godchildren, Bernice Galloway, Michelle Wilkinson; other family, Dr. Vernon McClean and family, Alicia Richards and family, Cresida Raimer and family, Melva Downing and family, Doris Wattley and family, Elaine McClean and family, Rita Baptiste and family, children of Ivan Johnson Jr., children of Leila King, Ivan McClean and family, Maanzo Lamakalo and family, Lois Brathwaite and family, Genevieve Todman and family and William Frett; extended family, Elsa Jacobs, Valerie Isaac, Bernard Creque, Clementina Todman, Elmer Young, Mrs. Rhymer, Cecily Charles, Mrs. Rey, Miss Tuitt, Catherine Gibbs, Violet Callwood, Mary Jacobs and all the seniors at Frenchtown Center.
Patnella was a member of the Methodist Benevolent Society. Pallbearers are Elroy McClean, Ejnar McClean, Jomo McClean, Lionel Pratt, Jeffrey Blyden and Calvin Callwood. Honorary pallbearers are Dr. Ali McClean, Dr. Vernon McClean, Bernard Creque, Horace Callwood, John Daniels and Keno Ruan.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1 at Christ Church Methodist, with a viewing at 9 a.m. Burial will be at Western Cemetery. Professional arrangements are by Davis Funeral Home.

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