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Jeannette V. Samuel Dies at 70

Jeannette V. Samuels Jeannette V. Samuel, also known as "Maine" or "Samuel," of Calquhoun died on Dec. 17, at the Gov. Juan Luis Hospital in Christiansted, St. Croix.
She is survived by her spouse, Ira Samuel; daughters: Ineta Jones, Sharon Nibbs, Debra Samuel, Joan Samuel-Daniels and Rochelle Samuel; grandchildren: Nicole Jones, (A.J) Arlen J. McCray-Nibbs, Kevin Jones, Malik Daniels, Sashelle Jones and Jahkeal Samuel; sons-in-law: Derrick Jones and Lennie Daniels; sisters: Violet Martin Campusano, Margaret Martin, Sharon Martin, Ann Martin, Sandra Travis, Rose Nicholas, Vivian Martin and Ernestine Skepple; and brothers: Kenneth Martin (twin) and Earl Martin.

She is also survived by nieces: Carol Jones, Karema Cain, Keyanna Otto, Latoya Walker, Latisha Walker and Rajhinda Charlemagne; nephews: Elsworth Jones, Nigel Martin, Terry Martin, Clint Walker, Richardo Charlemagne, David Walker and Roxnel Cain; great niece, Tanya Johnson; great nephews: Kimani Johnson, Gabriel Powel and Thadeous Powel; aunt, "Mama;" special friends: Gwen Phillips, Jane Bolling, Eunrine Brown, Larry Duval and Family, Joan Claxton, Naomi Sweeney and Ann Lindsay; cousins and other relatives: Antonys and Browns of Old Road, Antigua, as well as other relatives and family in Antigua; and friends and loved ones too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 31, at the Moravian Church (Midland). Interment will be 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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