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Lennox Johnson Dies at 68

Lennox Johnson Lennox Johnson, also known as "Blackie," died on Dec. 13 at his residence. He was 68 years old.

He is survived by daughters: Onika Badu, Cheryl Kuntz and Kimrah Connor; adopted son: Clifton Joseph, aka C J; stepsons: Clyde Milliner, Eric Milliner and Keryl Connor Sr.; brothers: Maurice Arthur and Hilary Arthur; sisters: Keron Johnson and Olga Norbrega; granddaughter, Victoria Johnson; great-grandson, King Jamare Adams; sisters- in-law: Pamarysa Arthur, Agnes, Avril and Petronella Thomas, and Melda Francis; brothers-in-law: Anthony Norbrega, George and Gabriel Thomas; and son-in-law: Ray Fraser.

He is also survived by nieces: Luaune Moore, Karen Johnson, Angela Campbell, Rozel Debose, Michelle Thomas, and Karen Francis; nephews: Kurt LaRoche, Ronald Yarde and Kleon Arthur; great nieces: Rushauna Beckles, Aniyah LaRoche, Amara LaRoche and Akeelah Alleyne; great nephew, Joel Richards; cousins: Bernadette Melendez, Monique Lake, Rose Lake, Albert "Humphrey" Lake, and the Gumbs family; godchildren: Mike Heyliger, Talisha Joseph, Keryl Connor Jr. and Wakahn Heyliger.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the first viewing from 5-7 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 21, at the Celestial Chapel, Hurley Funeral Home. The second viewing will be at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 22, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to:

St. Andrews Episcopal Church

PO Box 7386

St. Thomas, VI 00801

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

For directions and online condolences, please visit us at www.hurleydavisfuneral home.com

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