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James Hurtault Dead at 86

James Hurtault also known as “Dor Dor” or “Powerful,” of 53 Stoney Ground, Frederiksted died on Jan. 6, at this residence.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Agatha Bruney Hurtault; sons: Jacque and Oliver Hurtault; daughter, Claudette Hurtault; sisters: Intris and Eugenia Hurtault; and brother, Benior. He is survived by his sons: Ivaughn, Benedict, Arnold, Frederick, Gideon and Henkel Hurtault; daughters: Margaret Thomas, Joan Beaupierre and Ella H. Lawrence; sons-in-law: John Beaupierre and James Lawrence. and daughters-in-law: Ruby Joan Hurstalut, Jacqueline Hurtault, Augustina Hurtault, Connie Hurtault and Allison St. Martin.
His is also survived by grandchildren: Joel, Aaron and Britta Hurtault, Chris Prosper, Cedric Durand, Wendel Thomas, Carol Thomas, Jason, Chad and Alix Beaupierre, Edris, Kenric, Kennedy, Stephanie, Nelson, Jessica, Fitzroy, Jemma, Lester, Jeff, Troy, Torrance, Erison, Marissa, Coretta, Vaughn, Georgiana and Tyler Hurtault, and Brandon, Travis and Eric Lawrence; and 19 great-grandchildren. Other survivors include sister, Niomi Hautault; several nieces and nephews; best friend, Cornillus Tousaint; and many other friends and relatives too numerous to mention.
The family members of James Hurtault would like to thank everyone who assisted them during this difficult time. Special thanks go to Connie Hurtault, Angella Laudat, Dr. Neville Connell, Elmina Cuffy and the La Paze staff for the tender loving care they gave to Mr. Hurtault.
A prayer night will take place at 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 15, at No. 53 Stoney Ground, Frederiksted. There will be a viewing held at 9 a.m. and a funeral Mass at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 19, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Frederiksted. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery. Rest in peace, Powerful.
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