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Eustace E. Valmond Dies at 70

Eustace E. Valmond

Eustace E. Valmond of Estate Catherine’s Rest died on Feb. 4. He was 70 years old.

He is survived by his wife, Maria Valmond; daughters: Melicer Jones (Terrance), Neusolia Valmond and Brittany Adewoye (Tunde); son, Devon Valmond; grandchildren: Caleb O’Neil, Madison Jones, Taylor Jones and Logan Valmond; sisters: Edith Joseph, Yvette Hanley and Albertha Austrie; and brothers: Julius Dubique, Odile Valmond, Bernard Valmond, Francis Valmond and Dr. Agustus Valmond.

He is also survived by nieces: Keturah Reed, Marie-Therese Valmond, Lisa Valmond, Stacey Valmond, Natasha Hanley, Melissa Fontenot, Alisha Hanley, Francine Valmond and Tricia Lagarde; nephews: Lester Valmond, Dominie Valmond, Peterson Challenger, Earl Drigo, Egbert Drigo, Anson Dubique, Bernard Valmond Jr., and Francis Valmond Jr.; uncles: Conrad Prevost, George Prevost and Paul Prevost; and brothers-in-law: William Joseph and Eugene Hanley.

Other survivors include sisters-in-law: Agatha Dubique, Carol Valmond and Melisa Valmond; cousins and other relatives: Abraham Edwards, Martin Edwards, Hugh Edwards, Barrington Edwards, Cuthbert Vigilant, Jashua Vigilant, Joyce Nau, Christine Shillingford, Victor Prevost, Jospeh Prevost, Helena Daniels, Mathias Prevost, Noeline Prevost, Barbara Prevost, Marlene Prevost, Joseph Prevost, George Prevost Jr., Paul Prevost Jr., Melba Prevost, Cece Prevost, Claudia Prevost, Curtis Prevost, and Pearl Prevost; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

A viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Saturday, March 2, at the Church of God Holiness (Peter’s Rest). Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.

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