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Services Monday for Ray Acoy

April 10, 2005 — Ray Antonio Acoy, also known as "I-Nachie" of Est. Calquohoun, died on Friday, April l, at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital. Acoy was 45.
He is survived by his parents, Lauritz and Ada Acoy; stepmother, Dorothy Acoy; son, Ray Acoy Jr.; sisters, Annette Krigger, Terri, Vivian, Shenelle, Barbara and Laura Acoy; brothers, Alton, Albert Jr. and Alveris Kriggur, Ulric and Lauritz Jr. Acoy; aunts, Sarah James, Clarita Acoy-Fenelon and Iris Acoy-Canton; uncles, Victor Murray, Arthur Powell, Hubert and Ira Acoy; nieces, Melisa Barker-Lake, Thalema and Tayesha Williams, Annia Degourville, Stephany and Melvina Krigger, Michelle Morgan, Shana Johnson, Sheryl Bastian, Jada Pennyfeather and Keonte Acoy; nephews, Alton Jr., Yemar, Kevin Krigger, Glen O. Williams III, Jamal, Dayyan and Kadeom Acoy, Khamali Barker, David and Vernon Morgan; sister-in-law, Melania Krigger; special cousins, Diane James and Tricia Bell: special friends, Lucien Spencer, Constantine St. Marie "Siaga" and Housing Parks and Recreation employees. Others relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
The family requests that those attending the funeral wear festive colors.
Funeral services will take place at 11 a.m. Monday, at Kingshill Memorial Chapel, with the viewing beginning at 10 a.m. Burial will be at Kignshill Cemetery. Professional arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home.

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