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James Hamlet Hodge Dies

James Hamlet HodgeJames Hamlet Hodge, also known as “Hamlet,” died.

He was born July 2, 1953, and died Jan. 26, at Schneider Regional Medical Center.

A first viewing will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 8, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home. A second viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church.

On Anguilla, services will be held on Saturday, Feb. 11, at St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Valley, Anguilla.

He is survived by his sisters: Gretel Hennis, Clarion Nefty Hodge, Lynette Hodge, Linda Hodge and Sharon Gumbs; brother, Hancil Hodge; sister-in-law, Glennis Hodge; brothers-in-law: Wilmoth Hennis and Dr. Leslie Gumbs; stepchildren: Akoya Emmanuel and Latoya James; nephews: Jamel and Serge Hodge, Seth Piper, Ariim, Leslie, Uri, Redmon, Semi and Cameron Gumbs; and nieces: Aneka Hennis, Lynequa and Jamya Hodge.

He is also survived by close relatives and friends: Roy Gumbs, Antonio, Tony, Roy and Raymond Rogers, Eddie Sutton, Theophilus, Elizabeth and Bevon Gumbs, Hilarine Joseph, Valaria Skeete, Millicent Penn, Juan Rogers, Calvin Gumbs, Humphrey Brooks, Lindy Davis, Everett Proctor, Rosemarie Hodge, Jerry and Rosetta Richardson, Alvin and Eileen Hodge, Mr. George and colleagues at Caneel Bay Resort, the children of the late Wilson and Irene Gumbs, and many other relatives and friends including the residents of Hillside Condo in Hospital Ground.

Professional Funeral Services are Entrusted to Turnbull’s Funeral Home Telephone: (340) 779-6565; E-mail: turnbullsfuneralhomevi@yahoo.com

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