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John Theobbles Dead at 80

John Theobbles John Theobbles of Clifton Hill died on Feb. 1, at his residence. He was 80 years old.

He is survived by his spouse, Esther Theobbles; daughters: Joanne Bevy Brereton and Tifanny Silver Theobbles; sons: Dave McKenzie, Curtis McKenzie, Sequan McKenzie, Carl Cato, John Theobbles Jr. and Jonathan Theobbles; stepsons: Travis and Troy Blair; daughter-in-law, Christiana Theobbles; grandchildren: Coanne and Dixie-Ann Brereton, Ray-Ann Smith, Maria and Merlissa McKenzie, Gianni, Ishmael and Malika Theobbles, Malik, Maliki, Troy Jr. and Genesis Blair; and great- grandchildren: LaShawna Brereton, Gabriel Jervais and Jahlanie Hassell. He is also survived by mother-in-law, Stephanie Granger; father-in-law, Felix Granger; brothers-in-law: Russell, Charles, Raphael, Andrew, Felix, Mervin and Rawle Granger, Edred Stanley and Michael Benton; sisters-in-law: Bernadine Figueroa, Betty Mitchell, Eugenia Stanley and Ingrid Benton, Oneida, Karen and Jacquelyn Granger; and special friends: the Torres, Garcia, McBean and Hazel families. Special thanks to LaPaz Hospice Care and Chaplain Service, the members of the Central SDA Church, Branch Sabbath School Ministry, Central Church Ushers Ministry and Class 19.
The Theobbles family would like to take this opportunity to thank all other family, friends, the Hovensa Security Department and well-wishers; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will be held at 10 a.m. and a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 10, at the Central Seventh-day Adventist Church Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
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