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Stella Elizabeth Byron-Isaac Dies

Stella Elizabeth Byron-IsaacsStella Elizabeth Byron-Isaac has died. She was born March 23, 1923, to the late Olivia and Eddie Reid in Scarborough, Tobago. She later moved to Trinidad, where she was united in holy matrimony to the late Verrall V. Isaacs, and to this union nine children were born. Stella and Verrall later moved to St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. During her life, Mrs. Isaac has touched the lives of everyone she met.
She leaves to cherish her memories her loving children: Herbert Job, Bertie Isaac (Ingrid), Clifton Isaac (Hazel), James Baron (Teresa), Norris Isaac, Juliette Isaac, Michael Isaac (JoAnn}, Joseph Isaac (Barbara), Steve "Sheik" Isaac and Wayne Isaac (Bunnie); 44 grandchildren; a host of great-grandchildren and great- great grandchildren, nieces and nephews; sisters: Edris Thompson, Maria Johnson, Cynthia Rodney (Lloyd), Euris Adams and Bridgette St. Louis; sisters-in-law: Clair Thomas, and Olive and Vida Isaacs of Canada; brother-in-law, Grafton Isaacs of St. Vincent; special friends: Hugh Sanchez, Mrs. Taylor and Linda; and a multitude of wonderful, caring friends.
A viewing will be held from 3-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct.13, at Divine Funeral Services.
A second viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 14, at Holy Cross Episcopal Church , Upper Love. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.
Arrangements are entrusted to Divine Funeral Services and Crematory. We own and operate our own crematory. Let us offer you a Dignified Funeral, affordable by all. Tel: 773-0003/fax: 773-3003.

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