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Denfield L. Gomes Sr. Dies at 73

Denfield L. Gomes
Denfield L. Gomes Sr. of Estate Mary’s Fancy died on Feb. 18, at his residence. He was 73 years old.
He is survived by his daughters: Patricia Gomes and Denise Gomes; sons: Denfield Gomes II and Fidel Gomes; grandchildren: Kaishma Drummond, Jamal Drummond, Kareema Bartley, Karis Bartley, Murchtricia Charles, Treyvon Gomes, Malik Gomes and Jedaya George; great-grandchildren: Mahki O’ Bryan, Kasia O’ Bryan, Kakarri Baptiste and London Drummond; son-in-law, Alexis George; sister, Elderina Charles; brothers: Hesketh Gomes, Wilson Arrindel and Curil Arrindel; sister-in-law: Gwendolyn Gomes; and brother-in-law: Anslem Charles.
He is also survived by nieces: Charlene Charles, Desiree Charles, Cicely Gomes, Tracy Gomes, Cherise Gomes, Dornette Henry, Thamrah Petersen, Olivette Gomes, Afton Martin and Maria Beck; nephews: Stephen Beck, Larry Charles, Rowan Gomes, Corey Gomes, Michael Petersen, David Henry, Dayton Martin, Vaughn Gomes, Lionel Gomes, Jr. Oliver Gomes, Sheldon Gomes and Collin Gomes; great niece, Aanyiah Lambert; cousin, Valarie Combie; special friends: Elaine Gomes, Mary Parker and Verna DeGannes; as well as great nieces, great nephews, cousins and other relatives much too numerous to mention.
Special Thanks to the caring staff members of Continuum Care, Dr. Dalglish’s Office and the JFL Hospital’s Surgical and Medical Wards.
A memorial service will take place at 11 a.m. on Sunday, March 11, at the Central Seventh-day Adventist Church.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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