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Austin Charles Parris

Austin Charles Parris died on Nov. 6.

The viewing will take place from 9-10 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 12, at Kingdom Life International Center. The funeral service will follow at 10 a.m. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery.

He is survived by his wife, Bernice Martin Parris; children: Antonio Parris, Faye Parris Jackson, Wayne Parris and Natalie Parris Weston; grandchildren: Christopher Parris, Christina Parris, Jennifer Parris Burnett, Aliyah Weston, Angelique Weston, Anjanae Weston, Danielle Parris, Tiffany Parris, Shoi Devarn Jackson and Shamir Demoui Jackson; and great-grandchildren: Santana Burnett, Emmi Burnett, Sanayah Lajadah Jackson and Sereniti Devarn Jackson.

He is also survived by brothers: Cecil Caines and Thomas Caines; nieces: Kolicia Davis, Fatima Caines, Cecilia Caines-Brown, Cynthia Caines, Diana Howard, Anita Moody, Georgina Peters, Tonya Palmer and Heidi Boyd; nephews: Jason Caines, Elvis Caines, Anthony Caines, Walter Vickerie, Thomas R. Caines, Claudius E. Caines, Jeffrey Warner and Eustace Bailey; and son-in-law, Steven Jackson.

Other survivors include sisters-in-law: Bernice Caines and Beryl Moorehead; stepchildren: Theron Smith, Norecia Vasquez and Viscount Martin Jr.; step-grandchildren: Kamal Smith, Anthony Smith, Deleyanna Inez Vasquez, Diamante Tiberon Vasquez, Shaiye Gray, Imani V. Martin and Viscount B. Martin III; cousins: Kenneth Estrill Sr., Pedrito Estrill, Foncie Estrill and Dwayne Degraff; and special friends: Franklin Benjamin and Elvin Pringle.

Expressions of sympathy to the family may be made online at www.turnbullsfuneralhomevi.com.  Professional Services have been entrusted to Turnbull’s Funeral Home and Crematory Services., 3815 Crown Bay, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 00802.

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