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Anthia Benn-Buncome Dies at 70

Anthia Benn-Buncome

Anthia Benn-Buncome died on Jan. 7.  She was 70 years old.

Anthia is survived by her husband, Malcolm Buncome Sr.; daughters: Athenia Buncome-Watts and Alenia Buncome-Murraine; daughter-in-love, Geraldine Walters-Buncome; sons-in-love: Keithley Watts Sr. and RoShawn Murraine; stepdaughters: Melina Buncome and Murina Buncome-Jerome; stepsons: Malcolm Buncome Jr., Roy Buncome and Ray Buncome; and grandchildren: Mahalia Buncome, Kina Watts, Keithley Watts Jr., Kiarra Watts and Sayre Murraine.

She is also survived by sisters: Celeste Benn-Ruan and Lisa Watson; brother, Derek Hewitt; nephews: Ralph Baptiste Sr., Dario Hewitt and Derek Hewitt; nieces: Lauren Ruan and Deandra Hewitt; special friends: Pamela Waldron, Lucia Christopher, Dale Gregory, Gloria Lambert, Terry Lynch, Denise Johannes and the CAHS Class of 1972; and special cousin, Natasha Clement.

She is preceded in death by her parents: Hazel Benn-Hewitt and Leyland Lowe; stepfather, Darnley Hewitt; and sister, Julia Benn-Percival.

Arrangements are being made through Turnbull’s Funeral Home.  The viewing will take place at 4-6 p.m., on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home.  Please join us in a celebration of her life at 10 a.m., on Thursday, Feb. 8, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Interment will be at the Smith Bay Cemetery. Persons interested in submitting written tributes are informed of the Monday, Jan. 22, deadline and submissions are to be sent to abbuncometributes@gmail.com. The family requests that you consider contributions to Cancer Support, VI in her honor.

Expressions of sympathy can be made online at turnbullsfuneralhomevi.com

Funeral arrangements are under the care of Turnbull’s Funeral Home and Crematory Services.

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