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Funeral Is Sept. 2 for Charles Stancliffe, 86

Aug. 31, 2004 – Services will be Thursday, Sept. 2, for Charles Stancliffe of Estate Diamond Ruby, who died on Thursday, Aug. 26, at Community Hospice Northeast-Morris Center in Florida. He was 86.
Viewing will be from 10 to 11 a.m. at Peter's Rest Seventh-day Adventist Church, with the funeral to follow. Burial will be in Kingshill Cemetery.
Stancliffe is survived by his children Bernett Stancliffe, Hildred Francis and Kenneth Merchant; grandchildren Andrea, Betty, Charles, Denzil, Errol, Everton, Ian, Kenneth, Kenrick, Lorraine, Roosevelt, Shawn, Sherry Ann, Sonia, Stephen, Yvette and Yvonne; and a brother, Albert Stancliffe.
Also surviving are more than 70 great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews including Vincent Christopher, Ruby King, Bernadette Stancliffe, Jennifer Stancliffe, Jonathan Stancliffe, Kent Stancliffe, La Donna Stancliffe, Vanessa Williams and Warren Williams; special great-nieces Jendayi and Jaha McMahon and Jah-Aisha Williams; and daughters-in-law Helinda Stancliffe and Gloria Merchant.
Also special friends and family members Ella Bradshaw and family, Bernadine McMahon, Vincent and Paulette McMahon, the Hermus family, the Johnson family, the Allen family, Hector Saldana and family, the Meade family, the Inniss family, Aaron Henry and family, the McFarlane family, the Nesbitt family, the Buncombe family, the Taylor family, Rachel Ottley and family, Wellington Walker, Gloria Webster, the Lewis family, the Petersen family, the Diamond-Ruby neighborhood, the Seventh-day Adventist Church pastors and congregation, and other relatives and friends.
Arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home.

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