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Cammalieta Arthurton Dies at 47

Cammalieta Arthurton Cammalieta “KayKay” Arthurton of Aureo Diaz Heights died on Jan. 6 at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital. She was 47 years old.
She is survived by her mother, Melsada Arthurton; father, Myron Arthurton; daughters: Patrice and Monique Arthurton; sons: Vitalis Mathurin Jr., Antonio and K-mani Arthurton; sister, Victoria Arthurton; brothers: Kingsley, Myron Jr., Vaughn, Avery, Garvin and Stacy “Drago” Arthurton; and nieces: Jaynae, Destiny, Melisha and Ashley Arthurton, Monisha Bannis and Denisha “Din Din” Guy.
She is also survived by nephews: Tyrell Street, Emerson Kingsley Arthurton Jr. Vaughn Anson Arthurton Jr., Juqan Arthurton, Joshua Arthurton, Jeremy Zion Arthurton, Avery Arthurton Jr. and Eran Joshua Arthurton; aunts: Ammorelle Bailey, Bernette Skeete, Jacinth Bailey, Beverly Bailey, Mosela Stevens and Aggeneta Sherrif; uncle, Hugh “Lester” Bailey; brother-in-law, Ecerodo Lindquist; sisters-in-law: Melanie Street, Amy Arthurton, Yolanda Arthurton and Juliet Arthurton; godchildren: Juqan Arthurton and SaVaughna John-Baptiste; and special friends: Sandy John-Baptiste, Jacklin Mottley, Francis Martin and Derrick Ballantine.
Other survivors include relatives: Skeete, Bailey, Payne, Williams, Smithen, Caines, Bridgewater, McCall, Brown, Bass, Jeffers, Douglas, Boyles, Robinson and Gilbert families; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing at 10 a.m. followed by a funeral services at 11 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 24, at the New Testament Church, Estate Whim. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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Cammalieta Arthurton Cammalieta “KayKay” Arthurton of Aureo Diaz Heights died on Jan. 6 at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital. She was 47 years old.
She is survived by her mother, Melsada Arthurton; father, Myron Arthurton; daughters: Patrice and Monique Arthurton; sons: Vitalis Mathurin Jr., Antonio and K-mani Arthurton; sister, Victoria Arthurton; brothers: Kingsley, Myron Jr., Vaughn, Avery, Garvin and Stacy “Drago” Arthurton; and nieces: Jaynae, Destiny, Melisha and Ashley Arthurton, Monisha Bannis and Denisha “Din Din” Guy.
She is also survived by nephews: Tyrell Street, Emerson Kingsley Arthurton Jr. Vaughn Anson Arthurton Jr., Juqan Arthurton, Joshua Arthurton, Jeremy Zion Arthurton, Avery Arthurton Jr. and Eran Joshua Arthurton; aunts: Ammorelle Bailey, Bernette Skeete, Jacinth Bailey, Beverly Bailey, Mosela Stevens and Aggeneta Sherrif; uncle, Hugh “Lester” Bailey; brother-in-law, Ecerodo Lindquist; sisters-in-law: Melanie Street, Amy Arthurton, Yolanda Arthurton and Juliet Arthurton; godchildren: Juqan Arthurton and SaVaughna John-Baptiste; and special friends: Sandy John-Baptiste, Jacklin Mottley, Francis Martin and Derrick Ballantine.
Other survivors include relatives: Skeete, Bailey, Payne, Williams, Smithen, Caines, Bridgewater, McCall, Brown, Bass, Jeffers, Douglas, Boyles, Robinson and Gilbert families; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing at 10 a.m. followed by a funeral services at 11 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 24, at the New Testament Church, Estate Whim. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.