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Vicente Oyola Santiago Jr. Dead at 67

Vicente Oyola Santiago Jr., also known as "El Negrito” and “Oyola," of Mon Bijou died on Wednesday May 18. He was 67 years old.
He is survived by spouse, Magdalena Oyola; daughters: Visandra Oyola, Carolina Portillo, Josefina Arrindell, Ivelisse Reyes and Eridania Reyes; sons: Marcos A. Ramos, Jaxquel Oyola, Elson Reyes, Octavio Reyes and Adolfo Reyes; grandchildren: Brayan, Amneris, Herman, Jonatan, Yadiel, Hiram, Yajaira, Maria, Dianne, Anthony, James, Yamileisy, Yaritza, Hector, Elsm Jr., Yarisa, Eric, Darlin, Cristopher and Edrain; and great-grandchildren: Na’aharis, Lupita, Ashley, Brian, Hector, Isaac, Dayanara, Zuleyka, John and Estil.
He is also survived by daughter-in-law, Ambar; sons-in-law: Israel, Ambar, Manuel, Vincent and Victor; sisters: Georgina Mojica, Providencia Oyola, Eva Oyola, Milagros Oyola, Carmen Mojica, Elena Mojica, Martha Mojica and Pastora Mojica; brothers: Francisco Oyola, Cruz Oyola and Reynaldo Mojica; nieces: Yvonne, Edith, Carmen Iris, Gloria, Maria Cristina, Yolanda, Migdalia, Elizabeth, Guadalupe, Geanny, Leslie and Mary Ellen; nephews: Rafael, Jose, Carlos Manuel Brian, Roderick, Milton Jr., Jonathan and Joshua; and other friends and relatives too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing at 10 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Thursday, May 26, at the Primera Iglesia Bautista, Peter’s Rest close to El Sol Restaurant. Interment will be at Kingshill.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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