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Eugene Emil Anduze Dies at 59

Eugene Emil Anduze, retired veteran, also known as “Soldier,” died on Tuesday, April 19, at his residence. He was 59 years old.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Martha Anduze; and father, George Anduze Sr.
He is survived by his daughters: Victoria Summerville and Christi Anduze; sons: Max Anduze, Eugene Anduze Jr. and Aaron Anduze; grandchildren: Zoli Summerville and Nasir Summerville; sisters: Theresa Anduze-Parris Ph.D., Florence Anduze-Jackson-Gordon and Jerry Anduze; brother, Shayne Anduze; nieces: Deja Parris, Amiyra Parris, Jahsheina Anduze, Starr Anduze and Kyarra Anduze; nephews: Anton Anduze, Vance Anduze, Jasheem Anduze, Jahkeem Anduze, Shaheem Anduze, Jahreem Anduze, Jahmani Anduze, Terrell Anduze, Voshawn Anduze and Kylani Anduze; great niece, Alina Anduze; and great nephew, Jaice Altenor.
He was also survived by aunts: Rita Anduze McFarlane-Spain, Norma Anduze Bogan-Parson, Juanita Anduze-Proctor-Benitez, Muriel Dyer, Valencia Buckman and Mildred Hyman; uncle, Roy Anduze; daughter-in-law, Heather Anduze; son-in-law, Cory Summerville; brothers-in-law: John A. Parris Jr. and Toussaint Gordon; godparents: Justina “Red” Rawlins and Jean Walcott; special friends: the Gallowsbay families, Alva (Bugs), Reginald, Beverly McFarlane and the Nico family; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Tributes will begin at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 5, at the Christiansted Seventh-day Adventist Church. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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