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Jorge Antonio Ayala Moreno Dies at 84

Jorge Antonio Ayala Moreno

Veteran Jorge Antonio Ayala Moreno, also known as “Tony,” died on Sept. 8, at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital. He was 84 years old.
He is preceded in death by his mother, Emma Moreno Fite; father, Antonio Ayala; and grandchildren: Natasha Stover and Tasha C. Miller.
He is survived by his wife, Monserrate Pitterson Ayala (Monsita); daughters: Vanessa Ayala-Berg, Camile Ayala, Nitza Ayala-Ramos and Emma Ayala-Miller; grandchildren: Nicholas A. Miller, Halvor R. Berg (Indigo), Nitza Jones Ayala, David Berg, Shinika C. Miller and Patrick Walker; great-grandchildren: Makeel L. George, Jaiden A. Vasquez, Nisha V. Miller and Cameron Miller; sons-in-law: Halvor W. Berg, Rafael Ramos-Morales, Clayton Miller and Patrick Walker; sisters: Elina Ayala Moreno and Sara Ayala (first cousin); sister-in-law, Lyn Vidibor; brother-in-law, Felix O. Pitterson; nieces: Elina Colon, Johana Colon, Carmen Fuentas and Michelle Vidibor; nephews: Tony Colon, Jose Fuentas and Eric Vidibor; special friends: Maralynn, Mr. and Mrs. Suarez and family, Ilma Martinez and family, Ada Golden and family, Berg family, Duke Deller, and Ricardo Vasquez and family; 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 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Frederiksted Cemetery.
Professional Funeral Services Entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home lnc. Located at 6AA La Grande Princesse Telephone: 718-8663 Fax: 718-8661

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