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Austin Alonzo Todman Dies at 84

Austin Alonzo Todman, age 84, died on Jan. 6 at his residence on St. Thomas.
He is preceded in death by his son, Amos Albert; brothers: James Todman, Dennis Todman; and nephew, R. Jerome Frett.
He is survived by his niece/caretaker, Joan V. Frett; children: Carmen Todman Turnbull, Allan Alfred Todman and Arrick Avery Todman; sisters: Iris Elizabeth Chinnery and Gladys Maria Todman; brothers: Jens, Leroy and Guillermo Todman; grandchildren: Cerena Todman Perez, Carmilia Todman Nunez and Arshima Rieara; cousins: Maxwell Todman and Charles Todman; and nieces: Janice A. Thomas, Jacquelyn R. Thomas, Joan V. Frett, Joycelyn L. Frett, , WillaMae Dawson, Denise Dawson, Moretta Fahie, Laurel Dawson, Jennifer Dawson, Monique Todman, Dalia Todman and Celina Duzant.
Other survivors include nephews: Jedwyn D. Frett, Darrel Dawson, Elwyn Dawson, Jens Todman, Maurice Todman and Orville Todman; daughter-in-law, Hillis Wheatley Todman; sons-in-law: Edgar Perez and Yancy Nunez; great-grandchildren: Amia Georges, Alaysia Georges, E’Layna Perez and Ellysa Perez; good friends: Ira Meyers and family; Homecare team: Clara George, Annie Andrews, Julia Louisy and Marietta Gordon.
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the viewing at the St. Andrews Episcopal Church at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 14. The service will follow at 10 a.m. Interment will be in the Western Cemetery No. 2.
Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Hurley Funeral Home and Cremation Services.
Hurley Funeral Home: 774-1464
For directions and online condolences, please visit www.hurleydavisfuneralhome.com

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