Rasheem Randy Inniss died on Jan, 22.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents: Virginia and Vernon Inniss.
He is survived by his mother, Vashtie Inniss; father, Bertram Inniss; brothers: Kareem and Akeem Inniss; sisters: Kyshara and Azyza Inniss; nephews: J’Sai Natta nd J’Deem Inniss; nieces: Z’Nyah and Z’Dasia Inniss; grandmother, Merna Samuel; grandfather, Cyprian Samuel; uncles: Calvin and Stedbeth Richards, Patrick Inniss Sr., Wayne, Shawn and Andy Samuel, Roy, Ken and Owen Inniss; aunts: Cherry Ann, Natalia and Karen Samuel, Seanna Richards, Gloria, Vesly, Annette, Marcia, Faith, Jasmin and Charisse Inniss, Keisha Royer, Brenda Williams and Sharon Ashley; great uncles: Grafton Robinson, Lorenzo Shallow, Ralston Anthony and Edmond Benjamin; and great aunts: Miriam Joseph, Olive Michael, Isalyn Lloyd, Chris Benjamin, Marcelle Harley, Ann Tonge, Ianthe Joseph, Judith, Loretta, Margaret, Clyte and Floretta Samuel.
He is also survived by and cousins: Simon and Djimon Gordon, George and Margaret Moore, Mary Meyers, Iyanla, Kishawn, Tyonica, Shaquon, Waynisha and Jowon Samuel, Carl Miller, Calvin Jr., Zachary and Rebecca Richards, Sherell, Jamal and Julius Richards, Patrick Jr, Kemo, Sheniqua, Deniqua, Keon, Betty, Rudolf, Suezette, Nicelle, Joshua, Kimberly, Michael, Lana, Nicholas, Simone, Fitzroy, Kendra and Shianna Inniss, Nya and Johan Albanese, Barry Smith, Keimisha Michael, Oliveen Benjamin, Tricia Tyson, Shainne and Timoy Banton, Geraldine Andrew-Samuel, Dorette Benjamin, Mekisha Abbott, Melba and Sherisse Moore, Amelia Cannonier, Lisa Williams, Carmen Harris, Norma Lynch, Dawn Joseph, Welton and Paullete Hazelwood, Sheldon Shallow Cortney and Desran.
Other survivors include godfathers: Leroy Gardner, Bertwin Martin and Casey Edwards; godmothers: Edith Matthew, Agatha Parris, Patricia Richards, Rupertha Grant, Lucina Paul, Pearl Clarke, Tulip Jean, Karen Williams and Curley Baccus; and special friends: 2nd Lt. Christopher Riley, Sahime Roebuck, Mohammed Abdalah, Pastor Yacobain and the members the Light of Life Baptist Church (Texas), members of the McAllen Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, Puerto Rico Wing, Group 8, St. Croix, Twin City and St. Thomas Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol USVI, Mirian Jarvis, Antonio (Bong) Ayala and family, Yvonne Sanes and family, Pastor Alsender Williams and the members of the Wesleyan Holiness Churches, Jacinth Stanley and family, Kelly Gruscinski and family (Ohio), Sandra Goodwin and family; George Maillard and family, Delores Edwards and family, Verna Walcott and family, Jacqueline Greenidge and family, Iotha Prince, Charmaine Beazer and family, Okiesha Huertas and family.
More survivors include special friends: Dave Looby and family, the Fayolah Morris family, Jennelle Dickie and family, Felisha Santiago and family, Steven, Sandra Tittle and family, Renisia Petrus and family, Maria Felix and family, Hollis McIntosh, MAJ Fernando Webster and members of the CHS JROTC, Ianthy Joseph, Debbieann Nanton-Smith, Connie Francis, Ray Mendez and family, Mrs. Titus and family, Leslie Pemberton and family, Sam Garnett, Henry James and family, Adinah Joseph and family, Lee Roy Henry and family, Rosa Garcia, Sherlian, Lisa, Athanasisus and Jayden Obieus, Jadisha Ramirez and family, Sandra John-Baptiste, Cathrine Morton, Shirley Smith and Joyann Norman; favorite teachers: Lorna Baltimore, Natasha Ohalloran-Smith, Ms. Carter, Mrs. Ramnarine; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will be held from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10, at Divine Funeral Services.
A second viewing will be held at 9 a.m. and a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11, at Midland Wesleyan Holiness Church, Calquohoun, Interment will follow 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 or fax 773-3003.
Rasheem Randy Inniss Dies
Rasheem Randy Inniss died on Jan, 22.
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