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Pfc. Kyon E.W. Bazil Dies at 20

April 4, 2009 – Pfc. Kyon E.W. Bazil of Estate Diamond died on March 21. He was 20 years old.
His is survived by his parents: Veron and Guardian Bazil; sisters: Kimn and Ermine Bazil, and Verna Williams; adopted sister: Dianne Carr–Jacobs; brother: Leon Bazil; adopted grandmother: Priscilla Williams; nephew and nieces: Ashton, Ashley and Asha Briscoe, Akeela Civil, Leonisha Bazil, Taiyce Jacobs, Maliah Ortiz and Nashalee Martinez; uncles and aunts: Nicholas, Michael, Jonathan, Conrad, David, Anthony, Sherina, Edmund, Reginald, Reggie, Gibson, Ericson and Webster, Meryllis, Charles, Jomo, Ashworth, Mcclean, Rogers, Roy, Mervin, Cooksie, Corine, Nanan, Mavis and Catherine Andrew. He is also survived by godparents: Martina Nelson, Bernadine Michael, Eupheta Hacket and McLean Andrew; close friends and co-workers: Mr. Lornie, Kimarie and family, Ren, Latoya, Larry, Deon, Charles, Calvin Richards, Shawn, Ms. Eastman, Phillip, Barbie, Frances, Jessica, Omay, Mada Nile, Esther Williams and Fam., Sabu, Adaliz, Jano, Coreen, Stephanie, Chamoni, Arainna, Brea, Dupri, Michelle, Darion, Junito, Sgt. Luciana, Sgt. Richards, Sonia, Okeem, Carlos, Jeremy, Shadina, Deray, Shaniqua, Kevin, Bunni, Darion, Jonas Fam., Julian, Eddie, Macho, Buba, Michelle, Anthony Fam., Terrance and family, Jones family, Jonas, Phillip, Dujon, Bannis, Simmonds, Nelson, Ortiz, Parker, Melendez, Williams, Gore and Emanuel families, the Virgin Islands National Guard, Bethel Methodist; and many other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will be held at 9 a.m. and a funeral service at 10 a.m., on Monday, April 6, at the Bethel Methodist Church Frederiksted. Interment to follow at Kingshill Cemetery.

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