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Lilette Adora Halliday-Christian Dies

Lilette Adora Halliday-Christian

Lilette Adora Halliday-Christian, also known as “Willie,” died on May 26.

She was survived by her husband, Raphael Christian; son, Rasheed E. Rodgers; daughters: Hilarine P. Halliday, Desiree C. Halliday and D. Tamina Halliday-Ametsitsi; son-in-law, Divine Ametsitsi; grandchildren: Andre Benjamin Jr., Tyrone Halliday, Felecia Halliday, Kyanna Halliday, Tarique Caesar, Tejourn Caesar, Tiquan Caesar, Sadia Riley, Miniek Riley and Jayden Ametsitsi; and brother, Horatio Crawford (wife Esther).

She is also survived by sisters: Ione Edwards, Viola King, Ena Simon (husband Elmore), Ursula Halliday, Arabella Glasford (husband Joe); and 14 nephews: Robert Martin, Jeffrey Martin, Albert Martin Jr., Steve Martin, Livingstone Martin, Ricaldo Edwards, Walter Edwards, Brian Davis, Denroy Simon, Glen Simon, Sylvester Halliday, Ron Halliday, Joseph Woodley and Andrew Crawford.

Other survivors include 14 nieces: Valerie Jackson, Julieth Bliss, Agnes Martin, Kishma Martin, T’sheba Martin, Carol Marquis, Arlene Ihegie, Sheron Morrissey, Jennifer George, Denise Mcgeary, Beverly Veira, Pamela Veira, Denise Glasford and Kenya Hudson.

The viewing will be held at 9 a.m. with services to follow at 10 a.m., Friday, June 11, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery.

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