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Johnjames E. Natta Dies

Johnjames E. Natta

Johnjames E. Natta died on Feb. 8.
A viewing will be held at 8 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 9 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 17, at Nisky Moravian Church. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery
He is survived by his sisters: Esselita Lowry, Sharmin Natta, Ideta Nelson, Gwennette Henry and Patricia Lawrence; brothers: Roy Natta and Leo Natta; nieces: Curlis Natta, Bi’Jorna Kent, Shantel Nelson, Nicole Lawrence, Leanna Natta, Aslyn Nelson, Charma Henry, Javi Henry, Violet Henry and Bianca Nelson; nephews: Aliston Lowry, Kurt Nelson, Leon Nelson, Junie Henry, Gavin Lowry, and Darrel Lowry; aunt, Sarah Matthew; uncle, Aubrey Harris; sister-in-law, Melissa Natta; and brothers-in-law: Frankie Nelson, Pizarro Lawrence, Patrick Henry and David Lowry.
He is also survived by children: Jeanette Natta, Leana Natta and Jamos Natta; three grandchildren); close friends: James Gift, Danny Dorsette and Rodwell Christian; family on St. Thomas: Eliza Thomas and family, Willie Thomas and family, Christina St. Luce and family, Bertil Thomas and family, Esther Aberdeen and family, Marvis Williams and family, the family of L&C Milliner Department Store, and Delberth Phipps and family; other relatives on St. Kitts: Gerard Charles and family, Jullet Henry and family, Jeffery Fraites and family, Vandalin Petty and family, Cynthia Tyson and family, Kemellita Henry and family, Joan Welcome and family, Agata Tyson and family, and Gilaston Welcome and family,
Professional Funeral Services are entrusted to Turnbull’s Funeral Home. Telephone: 779-6565; e-mail: turnbullsfuneralhomevi@yahoo.com

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