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Joseph Piper Dies

Joseph Piper, better known as “Joe,” originally from Antiqua, died on Oct. 1.
He is predeceased by his father, Joseph Piper; and mother, Gertrude Piper. He is survived by his loving and dutiful wife, Priscilla Piper; son, Joseph A Piper; daughters: Sandra Brooks, Diahann Gill and Dejra Piper; grandchildren: Joseph A Piper Jr., Shanika Piper, Shamara Brooks, and Jahmere and Jada Gill; brothers: Neville, Edward, Astor and Eward; sisters Cathleen, Cynthia, Ruthlyn and Gwendolyn; aunts: Geraldine Matthew, and Alice Scott and family; cousins: Gladys, Pauline, Culture Man and George Matthew; nieces and nephews: Oliver, Ian, Marsha, Tiffany, Vernon, Lydia, Trevor, Kevin, Keinza, Kohylah, Sharlene, Louraine, Nekeisha, Ewarla, Ziv and Rilys, Arlene and Janet; sons-in-law: Zebo Brooks and Fred Gill; daughter-in-law, Vanessa Piper; brother-in-law: Meryl, Byron Charlesworth, Dalton Sebastian and Bernard Douglas; and sister-in-law, Eunipha Douglas.
He is also survived by special friends: Jackie Rogers, Brother Collie, Ken Simmons, James Southwell, Dr. Odlum and family, the staff at The C.K. Cancer Center, Nyby and Bernard Douglas Jr., the Halpern family, the Piper family on St. Croix; friends in the Smith Bay area, Schneider Hospital. the staff at Bolongo Bay, Mims and the staff of Mims Bistro, Wilhelmina, Joseph Charles, Roberta, Charlie and the Sebastien family, Joseph Percival, Allan Brown, Lucine Grayman, Harry, K’yan Brooks, George and Rose Sebastian, David, Denise Frazier and Caprisha, Winston Demin and family, Denise McCoy and family, friends at Yacht Haven Grande; as well as other friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a memorial service from 7-8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 19, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be cremation.
All arrangements are by Turnbull’s Funeral Home.

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