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Pauline Joan Blyden Walker-Vialet Dies

Pauline Joan Blyden Walker-Vialet

Pauline Joan Blyden Walker-Vialet died.

She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents: Abraham and Anna Milliner; paternal grandparents: Thomas and Excelena Blyden; parents: David Austin Blyden Sr. and Ilva Vitalia Milliner-Blyden; husband, Richard (Watchie) Vialet Sr.; son, Richard Walker; and brother-in-law, Meston Gumbs.

She is survived by two sons: Jason and Jeremy Vialet; daughter, Jemma Moses; stepson, Richard Vialet Jr.; stepdaughters: Leonicia Niles and Laverne Morrison; son-in-law, John Moses Sr.; daughter-in-law, Natasha Vialet; stepdaughter-in-law, Yvette Vialet; grandchildren: Jahkeem, Jahmoi, Je’nique, Ricjuan and Amaya Walker, John Jr., Jaren Moses, Richard John, April and Cori Vialet, Lonye and Jerrell Benjamin, Tiaria Morrison and Paolinna Vialet; and one great-grandchild, Jahlayah Fanord.

She is also survived by her sisters: Gloria Blyden Francis-Gumbs, Priscilla Blyden-Stridiron, Janet Blyden-James and Susanna Blyden-Richards; brother, David Austin Blyden Jr.; sisters-in-law: Celeste Blyden, Elmira Harper, Doris Henneman, Shirley Vialet-Adams, Elsa McBean, Monica Abigail Frett and Eugenia Vialet; brothers-in-law: Iver A. Stridiron, Heraldo Richards Jr., Roy, Louis and Jacques “Jackie” Vialet, and Hezekiah “Sammy” Samuel; and aunts: Leona Smith, Yvonne Bowsky, Susanna Brin,  Rosetta Milliner, Eugenie Milliner, Lelia Milliner and Esther Milliner.

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More survivors include nieces: Sharon Francis, Abigail Gumbs, Pshala Stridiron-Chichester, Marissa Stridiron-Rezayat, Keisha Blyden-Wallace, Khalilah Blyden, Devonie Blyden-Nichols, Janelle James-Thomas and Herasanna Richards; nephews: Avon and Askia Francis, Barrett and Marc Stridiron, Kerchan and David Blyden III, and Earl (Risse) James; and nieces-in-law: Celeste and Sabrina Francis, Dawn and Tiona Blyden, and Shaina James;

Other survivors include nephews-in-law: Romel Wallace Jr., Combiz Rezayat, Erik Chichester, Eidel Nichols and Danny Thomas; many more cousins and other family members from the Blyden, Milliner, Chinnery, Callwood, George, Holder, Leonard, St. John and Vialet families too numerous to mention; and special friends: Delia Barrot and Laverne Raimer as well as her treasured classmates from the CAHS Class of 1964.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, a private family funeral service and burial is scheduled for 10:30 a.m., Friday, June 26, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home. The entire proceedings will be livestreamed on Facebook, courtesy of Turnbull’s Funeral Home.

A Memorial Service celebrating Pauline’s life will be scheduled at a later date when the pandemic has ended.

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Pauline Joan Blyden Walker-Vialet
Pauline Joan Blyden Walker-Vialet died. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents: Abraham and Anna Milliner; paternal grandparents: Thomas and Excelena Blyden; parents: David Austin Blyden Sr. and Ilva Vitalia Milliner-Blyden; husband, Richard (Watchie) Vialet Sr.; son, Richard Walker; and brother-in-law, Meston Gumbs. She is survived by two sons: Jason and Jeremy Vialet; daughter, Jemma Moses; stepson, Richard Vialet Jr.; stepdaughters: Leonicia Niles and Laverne Morrison; son-in-law, John Moses Sr.; daughter-in-law, Natasha Vialet; stepdaughter-in-law, Yvette Vialet; grandchildren: Jahkeem, Jahmoi, Je'nique, Ricjuan and Amaya Walker, John Jr., Jaren Moses, Richard John, April and Cori Vialet, Lonye and Jerrell Benjamin, Tiaria Morrison and Paolinna Vialet; and one great-grandchild, Jahlayah Fanord. She is also survived by her sisters: Gloria Blyden Francis-Gumbs, Priscilla Blyden-Stridiron, Janet Blyden-James and Susanna Blyden-Richards; brother, David Austin Blyden Jr.; sisters-in-law: Celeste Blyden, Elmira Harper, Doris Henneman, Shirley Vialet-Adams, Elsa McBean, Monica Abigail Frett and Eugenia Vialet; brothers-in-law: Iver A. Stridiron, Heraldo Richards Jr., Roy, Louis and Jacques "Jackie" Vialet, and Hezekiah "Sammy" Samuel; and aunts: Leona Smith, Yvonne Bowsky, Susanna Brin,  Rosetta Milliner, Eugenie Milliner, Lelia Milliner and Esther Milliner. More survivors include nieces: Sharon Francis, Abigail Gumbs, Pshala Stridiron-Chichester, Marissa Stridiron-Rezayat, Keisha Blyden-Wallace, Khalilah Blyden, Devonie Blyden-Nichols, Janelle James-Thomas and Herasanna Richards; nephews: Avon and Askia Francis, Barrett and Marc Stridiron, Kerchan and David Blyden III, and Earl (Risse) James; and nieces-in-law: Celeste and Sabrina Francis, Dawn and Tiona Blyden, and Shaina James; Other survivors include nephews-in-law: Romel Wallace Jr., Combiz Rezayat, Erik Chichester, Eidel Nichols and Danny Thomas; many more cousins and other family members from the Blyden, Milliner, Chinnery, Callwood, George, Holder, Leonard, St. John and Vialet families too numerous to mention; and special friends: Delia Barrot and Laverne Raimer as well as her treasured classmates from the CAHS Class of 1964. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, a private family funeral service and burial is scheduled for 10:30 a.m., Friday, June 26, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home. The entire proceedings will be livestreamed on Facebook, courtesy of Turnbull's Funeral Home. A Memorial Service celebrating Pauline's life will be scheduled at a later date when the pandemic has ended.