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Troy Kareem Christian Dead at 26

Troy Kareem Christian
Troy Kareem Christian, also known as "Gatty," of Estate Richmond died on May 18. He was 26 years old.
He is survived by his companion, Deserie Bailey; mother, Theresa Peters; daughters: Triniyah Christian, T’ Noi Christian and Dennisha Dubery; sons: Troy Kareem Christian Jr. and Devondré Poleon; sisters: Camille Christian, Chrystal Clark, Nadine Christian, Asha Christian and Jeanette Christian; brothers: Terrel Christian, Touré Feracho, Bryan Christian and Godfrey Christian; nieces: Sadé Friday, Jaliesia Feracho, Jalena Feracho, T’noi Christian, Malasia Christian and Khodijah Felix; and nephews: Sadique Francis, Javeon Feracho, Jerrell Young, Tintawee Christian, Malachi Christian, Dakari Christian and Khalid Felix.
He was also survived by aunts: Jean Christian, Rose Marie Christian, Prisilla Peters and Kathleen Merchant; uncles: Samuel Christian, Fredrick Christian, Philbert Christian, Stedroy Meade, Wayne Peters, Sylvanus "Deuce" Peters, Sylvanus "Peter" Peters and Ira Peters; cousins: Dean Peters, Nickima Charles, Nichole Charles, Nayana Jean-Louis and Nashaira Gonzales; special friends: Leighton Phillips, Matthew O’garro, Maurice Harvey, Shawaki Murray, Benji Cabret, Anthony Figueroa, Pedro Figueroa, Pernell Towers and Jovan Daniel; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing held at 10 a.m. and a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Thursday, June 9, at the Beeston Hill Wesleyan Holiness Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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