Deacon Roy Eustus Bruney Dies in Florida

Deacon Roy Eustus Bruney died Monday, November 7, 2016 in Florida. He was 69.

Bruney is survived by his wife, Helen Bruney; sons Brandt Bruney, Alex Bruney, Dwight Bruney; daughter Suzanne Bruney; granddaughters Bria Bruney, Abigail Bruney and Nalyah Bruney; grandsons Elisha Bruney and Cadim Sabin; siblings Lucy Dabreau of Atlanta, Georgia, Gemma Felix and Henry Bruney of St. Thomas, Bertile “Betty” Bellot of St. Croix, Julian Williams of Chicago, Illinois, Shirley Bruney of Orlando, Florida, and Cecilia Ferris and Maria Bruney of Antigua, Dr. George Bruney of the Bahamas, Reginald Bruney of the United Kingdom, and Angela Eusebe, Paula, Paulette, Michael, Charleston, Rawlins and Davidson Bruney of Dominica; sister-in-law Diana Williams; brother-in-law Kerol Bruney; nieces and nephews Patreece DeChabert, Nanyamka Farrelly, Dorna Henricks, Desiree Darling, Josh Dabreau, Sheridan Questel, Jr., Bryan and Allen Samuel, Akeel St. Jean, Nicholas and Christopher Williams; aunt and uncle: Nathaniel and Joseph Williams of Dominica; special cousins Bernice Cumberbatch, Bertha Samuels, Francesca Aaron, Mabel Estrada, Ivan Hurtault, Tennison “Tom” Bruney; close friends Cynthia and Leon Warrell and Lester and Shirley Lewis; and numerous additional relatives and friends.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the first viewing from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016, at the Celestial Chapel at Hurley Funeral Home. A second viewing will be begin at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 21, at Holy Family Catholic Church. The funeral mass will follow at 11 a.m. Bural will be in Eastern Cemetery.

Arrangements are under the care of Hurley Funeral Home and Cremation Center of St. Thomas, St. John, St. Croix, and Tortola. Directions and online condolences are online at 

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