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Allando Clarke Dead at 23

Allando ClarkeAllando Clarke, also known as "Lando," of Williams Delight died on Feb. 18. He was 23 years old.

He is survived by his mother, Thriwlar Walker; father, Alan Clarke; stepfather, Joseph Warke; grandparents: Tommy Henry, Stanley Clarke, Diana Fariel and Ionie Osorio; sisters: Florain Clarke, Stacy Clarke, Hurime Clarke and Dianna Walker; brothers: Rolston Henry, Kevin Clarke, Sovive Clarke, Soprise Clarke, Jason Walker, Andy Walker, Gary Walker, Danny Walker and Alson Clarke; nieces: Casandra Henry, Stepheny Henry, Maya Clarke, Michala Franis, Donalie Diaz, Nackeda Clarke and Terianna Clarke; and nephew, Troy Richard Jr. He is also survived by great aunt, Mayze; aunts: Rosrita Robert, Linda Clarke, Calara Webster and Shirley Clarke; uncles: Carl Henry, Teddy Jackson, Calvin Clarke, Norris Clarke and Lesroy Clarke; cousins and other relatives: Tawana, Sisela, Hyson, Sheba, Barba, Lesroy, Vilory, Johnny, Eamily, Nat, Toya Jr., Roger, Later, Gerry, Natasha, Milcal, Wifredo, Kalisha, Carljah, Enljah, Joseluis, Luis, Jahzion, Jesse Jr. and Jahseen; special friends: Ms. Hicks, Anna, Merly, Tina, Linda, Tshawn, Jesse Quidan, Kreem, Greg, Markbob, Mens and Tina; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will take place at 10 a.m. followed by a funeral at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 12, at the Kingshill Chapel. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Home Inc.
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