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Cyril Anthony Joseph Jr. Dies in Georgia

Cyril Anthony Joseph Jr.

Cyril Anthony Joseph Jr., affectionately known as “CJ,” “Junior” or “Pa Joe,” died Friday, July 31, in Covington, Ga.

Cyril was the son of Cyril A. Sr. and Frances W. Joseph (both deceased); he was predeceased by his son, Cyril A. Joseph III, also known as “Tony.”

He is survived by his wife, Denise Wilkins-Joseph; children: Charryse Joseph-Matthew, Cyrus, Cedric, Craig, Corey and Chenaé Joseph, and their families.

Surviving siblings: June LaBorde, Alexander (Al), Carlisle (Andie), and Kurt Joseph.

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He is also survived by his ex-wife, Freida Lewis and family; stepsons: Winston Brodhurst Jr. and Jeremy Vaughan; 10 grandchildren; The Chinaman Clan; and numerous relations and friends.

As per his wishes, direct cremation was done.

May he rest in eternal peace.

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