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Services Set for Hubert Forde, 71, of Mutual Homes

Oct. 19, 2004 – Hubert Forde, age 71, of Mutual Homes, passed away on Saturday, Oct. 16, at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital.
He is survived by his spouse, Geraldine Forde; daughters Goldine Forde Smith, Veronica Forde, Wilda Forde, Sylvanie Forde and Latoy Forde; sons Linroy Forde, Cubbert "Cabby"Forde, Filmore Forde, Leon Forde, Nigel Benjamin, Rudolph Christopher; grandchildren Jamesha Williams, Keiva Warden, Shenelle Warden, Keyondra Alexander, N'Jari and Ne'Khya Gore, Trevaughn, Romello, Julian, Jamaul, Kwame, Linroy Jr., Khaleil Benjamin, Kayla, Samantha Charlery, Nekesha and Samantha Rose, Blendina and Arnold Forde; great-grandchildren Jerick and Geneisha Beazer; sisters Olive Joseph, Josephine Forde, Merle Beazer and Winifred Thomas; brothers Douglas Forde, Hacot Joshua, Wayne and Alton Forde; nephew Rudy Joshua, David Russell, Dadie Joseph, Philmore Beazer, Austin Forde and Warren Forde; nieces Bonny Forde, Anesta Charles, Bonita Beazer, Hycinth Thomas, Glenette Thomas, Charmaine, Hazell, Roselyn; daughters-in-law Anita Gibbs Forde and Sharon Benjamin; son-in-law Casper Smith; sisters-in-law Cynthia Bird Francis, Clarestine Grant and Stephanie Luke; brothers-in-law James Joseph, Steadman Grant, Vernon Bird and Benson Beezer; and other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Services will take place on Monday, Oct. 25, at Ebenezer Holiness Church (Est. Grove Place) at 11 a.m., with the viewing beginning at 10 a.m. Interment will take place at Kingshill Cemetery. Professional arrangement are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home, Inc.

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