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Akil Gumbs Dalmida Dies at 41

Akil Gumbs Dalmida

Akil Gumbs Dalmida died on May 16 on St. John He was 41 years old.

Akil Gumbs Dalmida is survived by his: mother, Sandra A. Gilpin; grandmother, June A. Joseph LaBorde: brothers: Devon C. Luis, Toumani Dalmidand and Toumani Dalmida; sisters: Symone J. Rouse, Symone J. Rouse, Jean Dalmida-Hull and Jasmine Dalmida; brother-in-law,  George Hull; sister-in-law and Kentrina Dalmida; uncles:

Curts R. Gilpin Sr., James Dalmida and  Justin Dalmida; and aunts: Vivienne C. LaBorde-Luyombya, Jean Hodge Janis Dalmida and Joyce Whitaker.

He is also survived by uncles-in-law: Kaddu Luyombya and Rhys Hodge; aunt-in-law, Margo Dalmida; nephews: Margo Dalmida, Kaeden Boynes,   Jayce St. John and Jason Dalmida III; nieces: Thea Baker and Amaya Hull; special cousins: Alana Thomas, Rochester Lewis, Daren Lewis, Deisia Smith, Deborah Joseph, Angel Joseph; and godparents: Mary Stephen, Lillian Moolenaar, Edith Dawson George, Aileen Swift, Charlene McBean and Alvin Joseph.

He was predeceased by his

Biological father Jason Dalmida, Sr.,

Grandmother – Thelma Dalmida

Grandfather – James Dalmida, Sr.

Uncle – Maurice Gilpin, Sr.

Aunt – Jacqueline Dalmida-Hill

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral service on Saturday, June 10, at Nisky Moravian Church. The viewing will begin at 9 a.m. with service to follow at 10 a.m. Interment will be cremation.

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

For online condolences or to share a special memory, visit our website at www.hurleydavisfuneralhome.com

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