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Services Tuesday for Ralph Joseph Burgess

Feb. 11, 2005 — Ralph Joseph Burgess, age 54, of Est. La Valle, died Tuesday at his residence.
He is survived by is wife, Colette Woodson Burgess; daughter, KandaNicole Burgess; sisters, Gloria O'Brien, Lorraine Gibson, and Sandra Burgess; brothers, Marotha Pasha, Morgan Burgess, Ronald Burgess, George Burgess and Michael Burgess; nieces, Wanda Morehead, Vania Pasha, Alicia Scott, Rhona Gatling, Andrina Burgess, Renee Bright, Celeste Solano, Christine Coucke, Siobahn Johnson, Cecily Crawford, Sherril Skinner, Chandra Burgess, Kelley Newton, Leah Burgess, Mellenie Burgess and Patricia Burgess; nephews, Greg Bruce, Karim Pasha, Marotha Pasha, Morgan Burgess Jr., Jonathan Burgess, Micahan Burgess, Leroy Burgess, Jabezz Gibson, Steven Gibson, Craig Burgess, Van Morris and Kurt Forsey; aunt, Palmer Andrews; sisters-in-law, Summaya Pasha, Myrtle Burgess, Michelle Burgess and Nettie Burgess; cousins, Tracy Stukes, Janice Stukes, Lillian Stukes, Yvonne Scott, Rosemary, Diane and Millicent of the Oliver Family, Pam of the Andrews Family, and Debra Green Hall; special friends, Dweey Register, Ivan Butcher, Albert Hazard, Aral Abel, Ray Brown, Quinis Brower, Charles Mcttwain, John Newton and Adjoua Young-Hinds; Other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Funeral services will take place at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15th at Friedensfeld Moravian Church, with a viewing beginning at 9 a.m. Burial will take place at Kingshill Cemetery. Professional arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home.

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