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Mary Ann Samuel Dies at 79

Mary Ann SamuelMary Ann Samuel died on Jan. 18. She was 79 years old.

She is survived by her daughters: Gweneth Ambrose and Jacqueline Ryan; adopted daughter, Patricia Dublin; sons: Everette Joseph and Emile Joseph; significant other, Claude Byam; daughter-in-law, Mellissa Joseph; son-in-law, Keithroy Ambrose; granddaughters: Enleen Gumbs, Lisa Benjamin, Shondell, Natifa and Jasmine Joseph, Diamond Steward and Asya Manrasse; grandsons: Jahmal Duncan, Jafari, Emile Jr. and Zephaniah Joseph; and great-grandson: Jafari and Jemel Joseph, Keyna Ambrose Jr. and Amiri Johnson. She is also survived by sister, Alberta Browne; brother, Malcolm Harley; nieces: Catherine Dye, Carmen Looby, Cassilda Ferris, Hazel Oliver Soto and Maudelyn Francis; great nieces: Chearoll Looby, Denise Patricl Molly, Tracy and Jersey Looby, Charmain Baily, Onica Williams, Kimi Martin, Tessa and Kayla Smith, and Tanya Francis; great-great nieces: Isha, Isham Patrick, Michele Williams and Zeniah Francis; nephews: Lesroy Looby, Hubert Ferris and Wilfred Ferris; great nephews: Lesroy Looby Jr., Jahmega Phillips, Kelly, Mandella and Lyndon Brown, Trevor Francis, Durell and Derrick Ferris; and great-great nephews: Fitz and Shaffy Patrick. Other survivors include: special cousins: Joycelyn Zacariah and family; special friends: Reynard Williams, Carol Laban, Althea Marshall, Marietta Stevens, Edns Venzen, Angela Williams and family, and the Jerome family; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 28, at the Freidensthal Moravian Church. Interment will be at the Moravian Cemetery.
All arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.
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