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Aurio A. Rivera-Correa Jr. Dies

Aurio A. Rivera-Correa Jr., better known as “Chickie the pool player,” died on April 9.
He is survived by father, Aurio Rivera Correa Sr.; stepmother, Joyce Benjamin- Correa; daughters: Milagros (Millie) Correa, Glory (Gigi) Correa, Irene Correa-Venzen and Wendy Correa Rivera; son, Andre Correa; sisters: Luz Correa-Chesterfield, Ana Correa-Parson and Monee Parris-Richard; brothers: Miguel(Mike), Daniel (Denal) Sr. and Delphine (Papo) Correa; son-in-law, Tyrone Venzen Sr.; sister-in-law, Besty Correa; brothers-in-law: Ray Chesterfield Sr., Kelvin Parson and Ade Richards; and grandchildren: Secori , Shamari, Shamoi Elmes, Jerika, Jumika, Jerome Jr., James Nathaniel, Sh’lante Maxwell, Justin Nesbitt Jr., Kendell Smith, Talib John, Kurene Brathwaite, Kyron, K’Dheim, Y’Naeah Correa, Alwyn Baptiste, Keyani Rivera, Shakur Pereira, Angelina and Auria Correa.
He is also survived by great-grandchildren: Secori Jr., X’ehkari, Reesa, Nashla, Ameer, Sh’amyra, Sharmari Jr. Elmes, Jereema Nathaniel and Raheem Springer, Harmoni Samuel, Safeerah, Saniya Romney and O’Riya Freeman; nieces and nephews: Raynette, Rayne, Ray Jr., Sean Chesterfield; Andrea, St.Clair (Chuco) George, Aurio Parson, Pia Nicholson, Aliya Richard, Daniel (Culibre) Jr., Damelia (Kisha),Dario, DeLisa and Aqueelan Correa; great nieces and nephews: Kahleel, Kdeja, Elissa, Kayla Kante, Mehkayl, Kbria, Kaiell , LiAnna and LeLan Correa; Denya Smith, Josiah Farrington and Raynesha Chesterfield; the Acosta, Rivera, Rojas, Parrilla, Ascencio, Ayala, Diaz, Felix, Roman, Ortiz, Figueroa, Benjamin, Watlington, Francis, Henley and Correa; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will be held on 9-11 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. on April 19, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home. Interment will be cremation.
Funeral arrangements are by Turnbull’s Funeral Home.

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