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Clement A. King III Dies

Clement A. King III

Clement A. King III, also known as “CJ” or “Jizzle,” died on June 6.

“CJ” or “Jizzle “ was survived by his daughter, A’Nayha Cherish King; mother, Natasha Harrigan; father, Clement A. King Jr.; brother, Shakeem King; sisters: Kimberly and Brianna King; grandparents: Alvin and Patricia Joseph, and Byron Harrigan; niece, A’Miyah Gumbs; nephew, Elvin Stout Jr.; aunts: Nateisha Harrigan, Aunyah Harrigan, Patricia Winston and Carol King; uncles: Byron ”Bobo” Harrigan and Lee Anthony King; and great-aunts: Irene Gooding and Glenda James, and Carmen Freeman-Wheatley.

He is also survived by great-uncles: Camile “Trini” King Jr., Noron “Nooku” King, Myron “Mikey” King Sr., Robert Robert Hansen Sr., Errol Gooding, Justin Harrigan Sr. and Liston Lewis Sr.; great-great-uncle, Camile “Duss” King Sr.; special cousins: James “Fergie” Ferguson, Kelis Testamark, Anson Larcheveaux, Karrelyn Blake and Jerald “Jerry” Gooding; godparents: Camile “Trini” King Sr., Robert “Bobby” Berry Sr., Michelle Smith, Debra “Debbie” Jackson and Julian “The Hawk” Jackson Sr.; relatives including the King, Gooding, James, Harrigan, Testamark Hermon, Francis and Brathwaite families, and more cousins too numerous to mention.

The first viewing will be held from 5-7 p.m., Thursday, June 20, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home. The second viewing will be held at 9 a.m. with a service to be held at 10 a.m., Friday, June 21, at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation in Anna’s Retreat. Interment will be at Coki Point Cemetery, Coki Point Beach.

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