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Eldrick S. Victor Dies at 73

Eldrick S. Victor

Eldrick S. Victor, better known as “Troback,” died on Oct. 19 at Schneider Regional Medical Center on St. Thomas. He was 73 years old.

Eldrick Victor is survived by children: Melanie Victor-Williams and Ella Victor; wife, Renneth Louis-Victor; son-in-law, Maxroy Williams; grandchildren: Sandy Lewis, Tashani and Jayeil Williams, Maive Jackson, Travis and Kendell Victor; great-grandchild, Jasmyn Prentice; and special grandchildren: Elton Johnson, Keona Casimir, Kendy, Kencia and Nahim Jolly.

He is also survived by brothers: Derrisford, Alford, Hesford, Rollins, Kennith and Erickson Victor; sisters: Aldtih John, Troda Quashie and Dilcy Victor; special children: Nicholas and Stephan Jolly, Clevin Ambo, Eudean Casimir, Aliena Escobar and Etlyn Joseph; aunt, Zetma George; uncles: Norbert and Lambert Victor; and brothers-in-law: Kenneth Louis and Nesley Quashie.

Other survivors include sisters-in-law: Eulie Agnes, Lorinda Connor, Ponette Victor, Gloria Victor, Euraline Julien, Geraldine Victor and Meralyn Goubierre; close friends: Merlyn Ferdinand, Maria Ferrol, Hubert and Nancy; special nieces: Dera Sabrouche, Christianie Carty and Mornell, Edwina Vidal; and the Victor and Harry families in Dominica.

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The viewing will be held from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., with the funeral service following, immediately, at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31, at the Celestial Chapel – Dan Hurley Home for Funerals. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery

Due to the global pandemic, Coronavirus (COVID-19), and public health guidance, masks or facial coverings must be worn at all gatherings.

Family and friends may offer their support by sharing a special memory or message by going to www.hurleydavisfuneralhome.com

Arrangements are under the care of Dan Hurley Home for Funerals and Cremation Centers of St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix.

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