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Ineita Virginia Ottley Dead at 68

Ineita Virginia Ottley Ineita Virginia Ottley, also known as “Josephine” or “Josefina,” of Flamboyant Garden died on Dec. 2, at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital.

She is survived by her daughters:Regina Speight; Jacqueline Greenidge, Margarita Benjamin, Thelma "Sandra” Greenidge; sons-in-law: Marcellus Speight IV, Ulric Benjamin, Arnold Payne; adopted children:Iotha Prince, Evetta Patrick, Oneita Granger, Robert Bryan and Michael Ford; sisters:Viola Albert, Vernie Price, Ursula Francis and Marilyn Benjamin; and brothers:Ian Manning, George Attley and Earle Attley. She is also survived by sisters-in-law:Collette Manning and Naomi Attley; brothers-in-law:Eddie Price and Sherlock Francis; aunt,Carmen Spencer; uncle, Desmond Spencer; cousin, Pastor Conrad Spencer; grandchildren:Tishuana and Tishon Hodge, Jevon Greenidge, Andrea, Jason and Shada Simmonds, Jay George, Blaine Gerard, Leia, Crystel, Omar and Myles Benjamin, Lajhuan Sprauve, Laquasha Canton, Shawn Sharp, Marquis Dowell, Marcellus, David and Avery Speight; great-grand children:Rhianna, Raheem, and LaShanique Hodge, Jay George, Brianna Hicks and Kymora Myles; nieces: Anna Benjamin-Cooper; Georgette Ottley, Sharon and James Kendall, Valarie and Allison Benjamin, and Nicole and Tiffany Manning; nephews: Franklin Isaac, Julian and Mark Price, Jason and Jermaine Francis, Hakam and Hakma Salem, James, Kinshaw and Shaquan Manning, Calvin Jr., Larry and Jeanette Williams; the Flamboyant Gardens and the Apostolic Faith Church families; and other family and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will take place at 10 a.m. and a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12, at the Apostolic Faith Mission Church in Barren Spot. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.
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