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Winifred Agatha Benjamin Dies

Winifred Agatha Benjamin The family of Winifred Agatha Benjamin, (also known as Winnie or Ms. Benji) regret to announce her passing on Nov. 5.
She leaves to mourn her daughters: Agnes Benjamin Isaac, Eleanor Turner, Beryl Hendricks-Greene and Leona Anita Hendricks; sons: Bernardin (BoBo), Samuel (Sammy), Sirvane (Malik), Alrick, Ray and Lionel Hendricks; grandchildren: Glen Bolling, Ilise Andrews-Scott, Kevin Andrews, Kizzy Lewis, Ira Lewis Jr., Serena Joseph, Charles (Charlo) Greene Jr., Tyrone Greene, Sheniqua Barker, Sheleaf Barker, Selassie James, Saleem Fletcher, Dena, Ismael, Khaleel, I’Fuewla (Fiffy), Randy, Shedeen, Shenell, Sheniqua, Anisha, Obesha, Elijah, Jenell and Zakiya Hendricks; 41 great-grandchildren; sister, Hilarena B. James; brother, Lionel Benjamin; nieces: Gloria L. Brathwaite, Shirell Martinez, Donna Gonsales, Linda, Lenore, Denise James and Ray Beckles; nephews: Johannes (Tarty) Lenhardt, Meredith (Doc) Lawrence, Elroy Roberts, Raymond James Esq., Roy Beckles, Dennis Benjamin and Leslie James Jr.; adopted family of Herbert Grigg Home for the Aged (residents, staff and volunteers); special friends: Gloria Marcus, Raphaela Albany and St. Ann’s Catholic Church Wednesday Prayer Group members; as well as cousins and other relatives too numerous to mention.
A viewing will be held at 9:30 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 15, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Barren Spot. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
Professional Funeral Services Entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc. Located at 6AA La Grande Princesse Telephone: 718-8663 Fax: 718-8661

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