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Services Saturday for Delores Taylor-Williams

Feb. 11, 2005 — Dolores Monica Taylor-Williams, also known as "Tetre", age 70, of Est. Strawberry Hill, died away Monday at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital.
She is survived by her daughters, Julie Morton, Cassandra Taylor, and Diane Pefia; sons, Roosevelt Taylor, Elsworth Taylor, and Erwin Taylor; adopted daughter, Verona Whyte; adopted son, Devin Carrington; grandchildren, Wynton Taylor, Tiffany Morton, Accelyn "Travis" Morton, Dinah Pefia, Carlos Pefia III, Danae Pena, Devin Carrington II, Tywanna Taylor, Akeem Taylor, Shereen and Sheneique Taylor; sister, Vandalyn E, Simmoijds; brother, Melville Taylor; nieces, Patricia Decambra, Pauline Tiylor, Lynette Bryan, Vanessa Jackson and Angelia Vogel; nephews, Martyma Warner; aunts, Arabella Warner; sons-in-law, Acclyn Morton, and Carlos Pefia Jr.; cousins, Constance Decambra, Gwendolyn K night, Jean Hypolyte, Anesta Edingborough, Cicely Douglas, Randalyn Richards, Wendeli Duggins and Mr. And Mrs. Stanley Parris; family friends, Mavis Archibald, Nevella Paul, Abraham Williams, Inn xencio Garcia, Amry Abbott, Fustina Richardson, Ann- Luise Wilk ns and Sheryl Soto; other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Funeral services will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday, at Ebenezer Methodist Church with a viewing at 10 a.m. Burial will take place at Kingshill Cernetery
Professional arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home.

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