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Doreen O. James Has Died

Doreen O. James is survived by her husband, Jose A. James Jr., retired firefighter; brothers: Vincent Barzey, Eldridge and Ernest Grey; sisters: Gertrude Johnson and Erma Moses; sisters-in-law:May and Denise James; brothers-in-law: Vincent and Rudel James; son, Alphonso James; daughters:
Jasmine Grey,Thelma James, Barbara James, Jennifer Webson, Marilyn James-Chambers, Valencia James-Danet and Catherine James-Stoutt; adopted daughter, Patrice Donovan; and adopted son John Toni Beltou. She is also survived by daughter-in-law, Geraldine James; sons-in-laws: Matthew Berry Danet, Patrick Chambers and Perry Stoutt; grandchildren;
Kristal Danet, Perry II and Cristen Stoutt, Mariama Chambers, Michal Prince­Parker, Wendell, Zebulon, Elisha, Bathseba, Israel, Nehemiah, Makennen and Rebukah Prince, Hanifa, Reyna, Dejazah and Chinnitah Jolly, Ashica Niles, Felicia James-Caldwell, Mahershalalhashbaz, Soloman, Eva, Abigail, Enock, Ruth, Abraham, Sarah, Phinelas and Hadassah Webson; and 13 great-grandchildren. Other survivors include nieces:
Patsy, Jackie, Carol, Esther and Melba; nephews: Cramer, Bunga, Don, Sam, Eugene and Winston; close family friends: Albertha Francis, and Mona and Milton Francis; as well as many other relatives and friends.
A first viewing will take place from 4-5:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the Davis Funeral Home. There will be a second viewing at 9 a.m. and a funeral service at 10 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 12, at Wesley Methodist Church, Anna’s Retreat. Interment will follow at Eastern Cemetery, Smith Bay.

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