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Elroy A. Vallarde Sr. Dies at 52

Elroy A. Vallarde Sr., also known as “Flute,” of Estate Anna’s Hope died on Dec. 25, 2015. He was 52 years old.
He was preceded in death by his father, Charles A. Vallarde Sr. and brother, Virtosso Vallarde.
He is survived by his mother, Rita T. Vallarde; daughters: Teresa, Shaquanda and Adirah Vallarde; sons: Elroy Jr., Jason, Charles III, Voshon and Kobe Vallarde; grandchildren: Elijah, Candejah, Kimoy, Iyannah and Elisa Vallarde; sisters: Cassandra V. Cinton and Delta Vallarde-McIntosh; nieces: Ann-Marie, Michelle, Kristine Edney, Hannah and Christiana Cintron; nephew, Orsel Edney III; great nephews: Christian and Alexander Edney; and aunts: Helen Sealey Thompson, Doreen Jackson-Riviere, Elta Smith, Anna Molloy-Ferdinand, Doris Molloy-Tobias, Teresa I. Molloy, Juel Molloy, Judith Molloy, Rosenel Brown and Olevine Rawlins.
He is also survived by uncles: Rudolph Riviere, Franklin Ferdinand and Cecil Smith Sr.; daughters-in-law: Candace Vallarde and Reandell James Vallarde; brother-in-law, Neftali Cintron; cousins and other relatives: the Weekes, Vallarde, Henley, Farrelly, Smith, Sealey, Thompson, Henry, Riviere, Henneman, Roker, Molloy, James, Orange, Carter, Petrus and Johnson families, Petra Mendez and family, Gloria Canegata-Waterman and family, Gerard Luz A. James II and family and Boys Scout Troop 154; as well as nieces, nephews, friends and other relatives too numerous to mention.
The viewing will take place at 10 a.m. followed by the funeral service at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 26, at Holy Cross Catholic Church. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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