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Felix Lucas Llanos Dies

Felix Lucas Llanos

The family of Felix Lucas Llanos, also known as “Capt.” or “Felo,” wishes to announce his passing on Saturday, July 11.

He was preceded in death by his parents: Felix Llanos Rivera and Eulogia Amada “Linda” Encarnación Llanos; and brother, Rafael Llanos Sr.

Felix was a family man and loved his wife, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren very deeply. He was extremely close to his brothers, several cousins and long-time friends whom he cherished, and he loved all his nieces and nephews like they were his own children. Capt., as he was affectionately called, was a lifelong musician and loved his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Felix is survived by his wife of 55 years, Cleone R. Llanos; daughters: Maria Teresa “Terry” Logan, Laura Denise “Dee Dee” Llanos and Lizette Alicia “Liz” Llanos Popo; son, Felix André “Andy” Llanos; sons-in-law: Bishop E. Eugene “Gene” Logan and Tadius “Ras Popo” Popo; grandchildren: Ronald A. James (wife, Kimisha), Cassandra R. “Cassie” Washington, Israel M., Caleb N. and Ta’Liyah A. “Ari” Popo; great-grandchildren: Antonio, Amaya, Aaron and Jayden; brothers: Luis S. Llanos Sr., and Ignacio A. “Man-D” Llanos Sr.; brother-in-law, Peter Williams Sr.; sisters-in-law: Joycelyn B. Llanos, Rhynita Llanos, Norma P. Llanos, Pauline Williams and Jennifer Williams; nieces: Monique and Maurecia “Zulie” Llanos, Linda, Michelle and Monique Hendricks, Angela “Angie” Andrews, Liisa Cohen, Sherrie-Ann Pastor, Claudette, Denise, Donna and Savelle Williams, and Cherie Williams-Robinson; and special niece and goddaughter, Elaine “Pinky” Llanos-Schuster.

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He is also survived by nephews: Rafael “Rafie” Jr., Ignacio “Cito” Jr., Robert “Bobby” Sr., Luis “Luisito” Jr., Ray, Eric “Ricky,” and Miguel Llanos, Aaron Brady, Juan “Tony” Hendricks, Edward “Eddie,” Lionel, Dean, Peter “Petey” Jr. and Orion “Orie” Williams; godsons: Charles “Ras Iba” Encarnación and Te’Quan Richards; and family friends regarded as his children: Lana “Peppy” Lopez, Tricia Johnson and Dwight Charles.

He is also survived by special cousins and friends too numerous to mention to include Carlos “Carlito” Cristobal “Machin,” José P., Luis “Negro,” Rudy, Guillermo “Gigi,” Angél “Compai,” Roberto “Beco,” Willie, Justa “Tita,” Aurora and family and Purun Encarnación, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Felix, Linda Radix, Zoraida Schuster, Lucy La Motta-Krigger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Julio Rijos, Dorothy Bolling, Juan “Tony” Hendricks Sr., Gerda Norfleet, Lucy and Lisa Rose Bough, Suzie Bough and family, Larry Sylvester, Mr. and Mrs. Mario Golden, Mr. and Mrs. Delzin “Sox” Johnson, Malcolm Evans, Alvin Canton, Tommy Reynolds.

Other special cousins and friends include Ladislau “Lad” Concepción, Leona Samuel, Edel West, Irene Canegata, Shawn Canegata, Macho, Josiah, Janice Hansen, the McAlpins, Winifred Canton, Yvonne Hunt-Liburd, Sonia Jacobs-Dow, Rita Jackson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Dyer, Howard Dyer, Quino Maduro, Steve Davis, Allan Grigg, Lennox Owens, Leonile Sealey and family, Phillip “Pix” Merchant Jr., R. Jalani Horton and The Bambú Station family, The Roebuck family, Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett, Members of the F.I.R.M. (Retirees) Club, the St. Mary’s Class of 1959, and the entire Llanos, Encarnación, Felix and Leguillou families.

Other survivors include special neighbors and friends include Sarah Scatliffe and family, Jorgé Ruan, Sam Freeman, Shirley Smith and family, family of Maggie Espinosa, Marilyn Charles and family, Estelle Davis and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Benjamin.

The viewing will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., Monday, July 27, at James Funeral Home. The funeral and interment will take place on Tuesday, July 28, beginning promptly at 10 a.m. at Kingshill Cemetery.

The family thanks everyone who has shared their kind sentiments about Felix during this time of bereavement.

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