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Estilyn A. Richardson Dies at 56

Estilyn A. Richardson, also known as "Essie” or “Crucian," of Rattan died on Jan. 20, at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital. He was 56 years old.
He is survived by his spouse, Joyie Edith Richardson; father: Ashton Richardson; sons: Carime Kingston and Jamoi Richardson; sisters: Verna Richardson, Rhona Richardson-Southwell and Ermine Richardson; brothers: Morgan, Kenneth, Leslie, Grantley, Shirvin and Robin Richardson; sisters-in-law: Colette Lake, Kishma Skeete Raymo, Hillis Todman, and Jennifer, Windie, Sandy and Brittney Richardson; brothers-in-law: Arrick Todman, Elroy Raymo and Ornette Lake; nieces: Sheryn, Dilda, Kimerlee and Nellie Richardson, Naomi Southwell, and Cathy and Emerald Richardson; and nephews: Jerdel, Morgan Jr., Ellis, Jervain and Joshua Richardson, Trai Southwell, and Jair and Asa Richardson.
He is also survived by great niece, Shylequaa Garray; great nephews: Shyheim and Shhkwoni Richardson, and Shh’Koi Benjamin; godchildren: Joshua Arthurton, Jeremy Arthurton, Chad and Chadycia Martinez, Sheniqua Lake, Kejani Lang, Jelani Brown and Lavern Neale; uncles: Irving and Charles Bryan; special friends: the Kingston family, Helen Sealey and family, Juliette Authurton and family, Heatheron Jeffery, Olga Santos, Delando Parris, Patricia Neal and family, Buela Lewis and family, Pastor L. Hamilton, Pastor C. Coaker, Pastor Roy Sealey and members of Church of God of Prophecy; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing held at 11 a.m. and a funeral service at noon on Saturday, Jan. 29, at the Church of God of Prophecy. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral HomeInc.

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