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Audrey Alphonsine Molina Dies

A home going service will be held for Audrey Alphonsine Molina of Pearson Garden, affectionately known as “Grandmother.”
She was preceded in death by her husband, Guillermo Molina, and her daughter, Jean James-Davis. Left to mourn her loss are her son, Bertram James at home; sisters: Margaret Patrick of St. Thomas, Mary Phipps of St. Kitts, and Marjorie and Mabel Phipps of Curacao; brother, Noel Matthew of England; grandchildren: Mary and Janice Nolan of St. Kitts, Celina Heyliger, Carla Davis-Caines, Jason Davis, Jerome Davis, Monique Davis-Carey, Denra Joseph, Sherema and Sy’Quoia James in the U.S.A., Marcia Davis-Charleswell, John and Renee James, and Jhozna Gilbert at home; 26 great- grandchildren; and one great-great grandchild.
She is also survived by niece and care-taker, Lorna Daniel; Sandra Selwood and family, Patricia Henry and Marcela Brown of St. Kitts; brother-in-law, St. Clair Patrick at home; sister-in-law, Sheila Matthew of England; nephews: Leon Patrick and family, and Rossi Patrick and family, Voncell Phipps and family of St. Kitts; niece, Keniesha Douglas and family of St. Kitts; Kenya Barutti, Stuart James and family (USA); special friends: Anita Georges, Urella Dore, Virginia Roach, Grace Xavier, Robert Joseph, Carin Charleswell-Thomas and family, Karel K. Dore and family, Miss Daisy, Emily Daniel and members of the Fuente de Luz Church in Bovoni; as well as many other family members and friends on St. Kitts and in the U.S.A. too numerous to mention.
A viewing will be held at 9 a.m. and a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 20, at the Wesley Methodist Church in Tutu. Interment will follow at Eastern Cemetery, Smith Bay
Funeral arrangements are by Turnbull Funeral Home.

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A home going service will be held for Audrey Alphonsine Molina of Pearson Garden, affectionately known as “Grandmother.”
She was preceded in death by her husband, Guillermo Molina, and her daughter, Jean James-Davis. Left to mourn her loss are her son, Bertram James at home; sisters: Margaret Patrick of St. Thomas, Mary Phipps of St. Kitts, and Marjorie and Mabel Phipps of Curacao; brother, Noel Matthew of England; grandchildren: Mary and Janice Nolan of St. Kitts, Celina Heyliger, Carla Davis-Caines, Jason Davis, Jerome Davis, Monique Davis-Carey, Denra Joseph, Sherema and Sy’Quoia James in the U.S.A., Marcia Davis-Charleswell, John and Renee James, and Jhozna Gilbert at home; 26 great- grandchildren; and one great-great grandchild.
She is also survived by niece and care-taker, Lorna Daniel; Sandra Selwood and family, Patricia Henry and Marcela Brown of St. Kitts; brother-in-law, St. Clair Patrick at home; sister-in-law, Sheila Matthew of England; nephews: Leon Patrick and family, and Rossi Patrick and family, Voncell Phipps and family of St. Kitts; niece, Keniesha Douglas and family of St. Kitts; Kenya Barutti, Stuart James and family (USA); special friends: Anita Georges, Urella Dore, Virginia Roach, Grace Xavier, Robert Joseph, Carin Charleswell-Thomas and family, Karel K. Dore and family, Miss Daisy, Emily Daniel and members of the Fuente de Luz Church in Bovoni; as well as many other family members and friends on St. Kitts and in the U.S.A. too numerous to mention.
A viewing will be held at 9 a.m. and a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 20, at the Wesley Methodist Church in Tutu. Interment will follow at Eastern Cemetery, Smith Bay
Funeral arrangements are by Turnbull Funeral Home.