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Herbie Skelton Dies in California

Herbie Skelton
Herbie Skelton of 150 Enighed and Contant, St. John, died on April 26 in California. He was 47 years old.
He is survived by his mother, Lorma Percival; brothers: Charles (Clifford) Jones, Joey Dean, Keith and Mario Skelton Jr.; sisters: Jennifer L.Williams, Wendie S. Moise, Annette Skelton, Lucette P. Skelton, Robanne, Donnadelle, Mariath S. Hodge, Nira S. Jackson, Bernadette Donovan, Carla Percival, Carleen Johnson, Claudette Braxton and Vernell L. Stevens; uncles: Harold Thomas, Julien Hodge, Dennis Percival, Rudolph Wilkins (Uncle Buck), Emmanuel Hedrington, Aubrey Turnbull, Alexander McTavious and Claude Claxton; aunts: Izora (Beryl) Hodge, Irma Percival, Magarita Thomas, Christophena Callwood, Leona McTavious, Darnell Richardson, Urena Claxton, Cleone Claxton, Kathleen Wilkins and Maudrey Hedrington; and brother-in-laws: Theton Donadelle, David Hodge, Najja Johnson, Avery Jackson Sr., Robert Braxton and Carlton A. Stevens.
He is also survived by nephews: Kethney and Daniel Williams, Jamal and Jevon Hodge, Avery Jackson Jr., David Alex Johnson Jr., Dean Donovan, Umrani Skelton, Michael and James Ballin-Skelton; nieces: Tajauna, Nikara and Nikia Callwood, Jeffe Lee McClean, Tameka Francis, Janet and Jakee Braxton, Nakita Stevens, Jaylane Jones, Ivanya Hobson, Latricia and Natasha Jackson, Genesis Donovan Genevive Roberts and Marima Skelton; great nephews: Ke’Moi, Ke’Shoi, Ke’Shori and Ke’Nai Williams, and Ja’Mori Abner; great nieces: Ke’Lilah and Ke’Leyah Williams, Kennedy Brown and Narressa Francis; special friends and caretakers: Daniel Ballin, Shelia Liburd and Elvis Yearwood; as well as other friends and relatives too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, May 18, at Cruz Bay Baptist Church. Interment will be at Cruz Bay Cemetery.
All arrangements are by Davis Funeral Home, 774-1464.

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