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Nilsa Osorio Services Are June 16

June 15, 2004 – Nilsa Ovesen Boulogne Osorio, age 55, of Estate Smithfield, died Wednesday, June 9, 2004 at Centro Medico Hospital in Puerto Rico.
She is survived by her husband: Wilfredo Boulogne; daughters, Priscilla Nilda Brodhurst and Sonia Boulogne; sons, Waldemar Brodhurst and Wilfredo Boulogne; grandchildren, Waldemar and Kelvin Brodhurst; sisters, Alda Ovesen, Maria Ovesen, Elba Ovesen Santos, Myrna Ovesen Jackson, Myra Ovesen Davis and AdaMirtha Ovesen; brothers, Hans, Ronnie and Svend Ovesen; nieces, Belinda Barnes, Magdelina Ovesen, Jahira Joseph, Mya Ovesen, Valeria Salas, Rena, Latisha, Ayana Ovesen and Brenda Davis; nephews: Anthony Powell, Omar and Oscar Santos, Reggie, Brian, Kerry and Shawn Jackson, Julio Davis III, Val Salas, Jessie Ovesen, Ronnie, Ronito and Jerome Ovesen, Benjie, Jared, Jaran and Jal Ovesen; aunts, Gertrudes Sierra, Elsie Sierra, Ana Luz Gabino and Gloria Kelsey; uncles: Peter and Paul Ovesen, mother-in-law: Eladia Osorio; sister-in-law, Kim Ovesen, Debbie Ovesen, Angelika Guzman, Norma Torres, Nellie Boulogne and Elisa Osorio; brothers-in-law: Benito Santos, Michael Jackson and Julio David, Jr.; special friends, Katiria Tyson and Shandel Hernandez; other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Funeral services will take place on Wednesday, June 16, 2004 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church at 11 a.m. There will be no viewing. Interment will take place at Frederiksted Cemetery,
Arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home, Inc.

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