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Carmen Liverpool Dies

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Carmen Liverpool, also known as “Cecel,” has died. Sunrise March 16, 1939 – Sunset Jan. 26, 2022

Carmen Liverpool was preceded in death by her mother, Yvoone Metor; sister, Lucien Metor; and nephew, Marcel Metor.

She is survived by her husband, Roland Liverpool; children: Rudolph “Rudy,” Steve “Young,” Richard “Lyrical Nut” and Richardson “Snaggle” Liverpool; brother, Jean Harrison Metor (St. John); and sisters: Catherine “Oulet” John-Jules (London), Margaretha “Pity” Joseph (St. Croix), Helena Watt (St. John) and Magdalene “Ato” Rocque (Dominica).

She is also survived by grandchildren: J’Kuan, Yamonte, T’Vonte, Samori, Samia, Tishana, Tjahree, Tiquana, Tjonee, Steve Jr., Nathan and Sonika Liverpool, and Uwimana Thomas; great-grandchildren: Kejon and Amari Liverpool; and nephews: Danley “Dub,” Jeff and Festus Watt “Best,” Dezy and Demie Joseph, and Hartley Metor.

Other survivors include nieces: Jessica and Vernelda Christmas, Shelia Watt and Josette Metor; special nephew: Fabian John-Pierre; special nieces: Leann Angol, Jasmine and Ermine Birmingham; special adopted son, Stacey A. Krigger “Banton;” special adopted daughters: Carmen Ramos, Brenda M. Venzen-Labranche and Tammy Wrensford; special friends: Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Omni Jewelers) and Carmen Ramos; as well as nephews, nieces and friends too numerous to mention.

The first viewing will be held from 4-6 p.m., Friday, Feb. 25, at Blyden Memorial Chapel. The second viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 26, at Emmanuel Baptist Church. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery.

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