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Deanna Sherise Marie Francis Dies at 31

Deanna Sherise Marie Francis
Deanna Sherise Marie Francis, also known as "Dee Dee," of Mon Bijou died on Jan. 19. She was 31 years old.
She is survived by her companion, Elias Nicholas; son, Elijah Nicholas; mother, Sharon Felix; father, Lt. Gov. Gregory R. Francis; grandparents: Jose "Tony" Felix Sr. and Sylvia Felix; sisters: Sharayne Graham, Genelle and Gereen Francis; brothers: Wayne Graham Jr. and Kareem Francis; nieces, Riyana Graham; nephews: Abijah Javois, Dorell Joseph and Elijah Francis; godmother, Agatha Canton; great aunts: Alice M. Francis-Richardson and Sybil Francis-Thomas; aunts: Denise Felix Stevens, Debra Petersen, Cherisse Felix, Zoraida Schuster, Eileen Tuitt White, Alice Tuitt and Kathleen Francis; uncles: Jose "Teeks" Felix, Kareem "Bello" Felix, Lauritz Schuster, Olrick, Howard, Milton and Kenneth Francis.
She is also survived by cousin and other relatives: Kaleem, Okemo, Asim, Malik Jr., Dakila, Malika, Okeo, Malachi, Latifah , Karisse, Makell, Tikoy, Makeim, Kareem, Tikory, Francis, Mitchell, James, McAlpin, Abramson, Tuitt and White; special friends: Sherrese Mitchell, Carita Stevens, Jason Herman, Khary Williams, Renee Hewitt, Sharon Piper, Sharara Constant, the V.I. Sickle Cell Foundation, the Parent Support Group, Janet Johnson and Magda Finch; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 29, at St. John’s Episcopal Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
All funeral arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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