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Nicasio Nico, Jr. Dies at 81

Nicasio Nico, Jr., also known as “Sonny,” of Estate La Vallee transitioned into eternal peace on April 29, 2021. He was 81 years old and is best known for his role as Vice President and part-owner of “Island Dairies.”

He was preceded in death by his Parents: Nicasio Nico, Sr. and Era Mae Thomas; Son: Nicasio Nico, III

He is survived by his Wife: Alejandra Nico; Adopted Daughters: Zulma H. Torres and Nicole Christian; Adopted Son: Dennis Peter; Adopted Granddaughter: Jaylise A. Johnson; Sister: Lydia Marie Thomas; Brothers: Adelbert Alphonso Nico and Miguel Moreno Nico; Nieces: Lisa Thomas, Patricia DeCambra, Judy DeCambra, Armancia Nico Watts and Michele Nico; Nephews: Valmy Thomas, Jr., Adelbert A. Nico, Jr., Anthony Nico and Michael Nico; Brothers-In-Law: Roy DeCambra, Jose Luis Suarez, Serafin Suarez and Jesus Torres; Sisters-In-Law: Gloria Nico, Anneliz Nico, Cormencita Suarez, Shirley Suarez, Felipa Rosario, Juana Torres and Petra Torres; God Children: Richard Borgues, Marie Suarez Bennet, Zulma H. Torres and Lisa Thomas; Special Friends: Franklin Schuster, Alan Schuster, Otis Johannes, Rex Schuster, Henry P. Schuster, Raymon Farrelly, Rojelio Felix, Franklin Schuster, Jr., Herman Marcus, Cuthbert James, Glenn Miranda, Carmen Cintron, Edwin Saldaña, Mr. & Mrs. Morris Benjamin, Mr. & Mrs. Reynold Phillip, Lerna Sewer, Mr. & Mrs. Mario Christian, Staff of Island Dairies, Diane Butler, CHS Class of 1958, St. Croix Marksman Association; Other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

Memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, May 7, 2021, at James Memorial Funeral Home Chapel.

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