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Glorine Bronstorff-Mclean Dies at 70

The final chapter of the book on the homeward journey of Glorine Bronstorff-Mclean was completed on Tuesday, Sept. 27. She was born in Christiansted, St. Croix, on Aug. 17, 1941, to Valero Brunstorff and Muriel Wilson. As a youngster she attended the Christiansted Grammar and High School. Glorine was employed by Pelham Bay General Hospital/Our Lady Of Mercy Hospital for over 40 years until her retirement in 2004.
Glorine is survived by her children: Helen Sealey, Shirley Sealey, Henry Sealey and Amanda Mclean-Campbell; grandchildren: Oshana Edney, Robert Epps, Othni Edney and Jordyn Campbell; sister, Rita Bronstorff; and brother, Aubrey Bronstorff. She leaves to cherish her memory nieces: Dian Aloyo, Sandra Cartier, Shermaine Cartier, Joanna French; and nephew, Gary Browne; cousins: Lorraine Joseph, Janice Richards, Gloria Lewis, Claudette Morton, Cheryl Wilson, Rudolph Meyers, Neville Porter; and a host of other relatives and friends.

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The final chapter of the book on the homeward journey of Glorine Bronstorff-Mclean was completed on Tuesday, Sept. 27. She was born in Christiansted, St. Croix, on Aug. 17, 1941, to Valero Brunstorff and Muriel Wilson. As a youngster she attended the Christiansted Grammar and High School. Glorine was employed by Pelham Bay General Hospital/Our Lady Of Mercy Hospital for over 40 years until her retirement in 2004.
Glorine is survived by her children: Helen Sealey, Shirley Sealey, Henry Sealey and Amanda Mclean-Campbell; grandchildren: Oshana Edney, Robert Epps, Othni Edney and Jordyn Campbell; sister, Rita Bronstorff; and brother, Aubrey Bronstorff. She leaves to cherish her memory nieces: Dian Aloyo, Sandra Cartier, Shermaine Cartier, Joanna French; and nephew, Gary Browne; cousins: Lorraine Joseph, Janice Richards, Gloria Lewis, Claudette Morton, Cheryl Wilson, Rudolph Meyers, Neville Porter; and a host of other relatives and friends.