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George John Sumter Dies at 83

George John Sumter George John Sumter, also known as "Geo," of Estate Herman Hill died on May 31. He was 83 years old.
He was preceded in death by his parents: Johannes Wilem Sumter and Catherina Wilson Sumter; and brother, Louis Sumter.
He is survived by his spouse: Margaret E. Sumter; daughters: Kiesha A. Sumter, Chemine Sumter, Esther Sumter, Lovella Hooi, Cynthia Monard and Sicrid Davis; sons: Cyril Sumter, Kenneth Weigle, Rudolph Angela, George Hooi and Winston Braithwaite; grandchildren: Rachaline Wilson, Clifford Jansen, Clayton Jansen, Deren Plantijn, Derik Plantijn, Maximar Weigle, Hilmara Weigle, Naydienne Bonifacio, Charif, Aldrin Hortencia and Aldaier Hortencia; and sisters: Mildred Morgenstand, Rita Wygaarde, Luissa Sumter and Jenny Conquet.
He is also survived by brothers: Ewald Sumter, August Sumter, Max Sumter, Dirk Sumter and Teo Sumter; niece, Maria Moss Wilkinson; nephews: Jessie Moss and Joel Moss; brothers-in-law: Winston Moss and Earl Moss; sister-in-law, Daphne Whittle; special friends: Allahar family, Mae Williams, Dr. Fajzah Perry and Ile, Laverne Hodge and family, Terrence Morris, Stenntt Dariah, David Garcia, Abraham Fredricks, Myrna McSwain and Linda O’Neale; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing held at 2 p.m. and a funeral service at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 7, at James Memorial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment at sea will follow.
Professional funeral services are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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