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Stanley E. A. Laws Sr. Dies

Stanley E. A. Laws Sr. Stanley E. A. Laws Sr. died Jan. 3.

A viewing will be held from 5-7 p.m., Monday, Jan. 16, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home.

A second viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 17, at City Seventh-day Adventist Church. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery.

He is survived by his wife, Hannah Britannia Carty Laws; sons: Henry Laws, Ernest Laws, Samuel Laws and Kelston Powell; daughters: Dahlia Matthew Laws, Avril Laws Carter, Catherine Laws Brown, Jeanne Laws Jingles and Selene Laws; sons-in-law: Cortland Carter, Eugene Brown, Jr. and Donald Jingles; and daughters-in-law: Jane Laws, Yolanda Laws, Charlene Laws and Allison Laws.

He is also survived by grandchildren: Adlai Carter, Celene Carter-Taylor, Jody Carter, Allyah Carter, Iman Laws, Nadia Laws, Amythest Laws, Tanya Laws, Jada Laws, Alia Laws, Ashley Brown, Brianna Brown, Mercer Lewis-Laws; adopted granddaughters: Diedra Hodge, Yanera Hodge and Yanicka Hodge; and nephews and nieces: Ezrette Laws, Dr. Mervin Laws, Dr. Hazel Laws, Dr. Franklin Laws, Dr. Anthony Laws, Kerry Laws, Ron Wilkins, Mona Laws, Charlene Wilkins, Mark Wilkins and Michelle Titus.

Other survivors include brothers and sisters: Wilmott O’laughlin, David Laws, Jean Urlena, Gloria Wilkins, Carol Laws and Viola Titus; extended family members: the Carty/Vanterpool family, Edris Laws, Cindy Laws, the Tyrell family and Cousin Pat (Naomi Patricia Franklin); special family friends: the Ropers family, Sylvia Rogers, Dr. Ralph Jones, Allenton and Bernadine Williams, Daniel Williams, Whycliff Gumbs, Glenn and Althea Hodge, and Nixon Hodge.

All funeral arrangements are by Turnbull’s Funeral Home.

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