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Funeral Services Are Aug. 11 for Anthony Bradshaw

Aug. 10, 2004 – Viewing and services will be Wednesday for Anthony Bradshaw of Estate Diamond Ruby, who died Thursday, Aug. 5, at Juan F. Luis Hospital. He was 67.
Bradshaw, also known as "Dinzy" and "Tony," is survived by his wife, Eleanor; his daughters Emilinda Bradshaw Pierre, Ingrid Bradshaw Bañuelos and Monique Cecilia Bradshaw; his sons Richard Pascal Bradshaw and Hamilton Anthony Bradshaw; and his grandchildren, Alissandra Bañuelos, Alexander Bradshaw, Angelique Bradshaw, Deneilo Bradshaw, Javier Bradshaw, Tionne Bradshaw, Janae Pierre and Julian Pierre.
Also surviving are his sisters Margaret Bradshaw Taylor and Shirley Bradshaw; his brother, Samuel Bradshaw; nieces Celine Sandra Bradshaw and Esther Bradshaw; nephews Albert, Raphel and Samuel Bradshaw; his aunt, Alice Rawlins; daughter-in-law Patricia Bradshaw; and sisters-in-law Celine Bradshaw and Jasmine James.
Also surviving are honorary family members Sister Merritt, Margaret Russell, Sonny Chiverton, Wesley Browne, the Vincent Kelly family, Sheron Moore, Yvonne, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams, Leonard Lester, Jugurtha Farquhar, Alissaandra Bañuelos, Naomi McDonald, Diane Jeffers, Cristen Creighton, Natalie L. Bailey, Judy David, Joshua and Jeremiah Cheatham, Michelle Simon, Neil Stanley, Rostorm Lindo, Grace Hippolyte, Linda Stancliff, Pamela Ashby and family, Haley Scotland and family, Roy Ashby, Jim Athill and other relatives and friends.
Viewing will be from 10 a.m. at James Memorial Chapel, where the funeral will follow at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Kingshill Cemetery.

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