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Tamara Anne Rodgers Dies

Tamara Anne Rodgers Tamara Anne Rodgers, “Tammy,” of Judith’s Fancy died on Monday, May 2.
She is predeceased by her sister, Teshanee R. Rodgers.
She is survived by her parents: Roy A. Rodgers and Deborah J. Rodgers; sisters: Kama N. Rodgers and Deborah Audain; brother, Russell Rodgers; aunts: Annie Ruth Martin, Malvina Rodgers Petersen, Lenore Rodgers, Sandra Rodgers, Doreen Rodgers and Gloria Rodgers; uncles: Roy Martin, James Rodgers and Leonard Rodgers; great aunts: Antoinette Petrus, Irene Petrus Mason and Julia Petrus Pankey; nieces: Ta’Jhanique Cumberbatch, Jasmine Rodgers, Chantell Semper and Marquida Webster; and nephews: Kamani Rodgers-Henry, Jordan Rodgers, Azariel Hamilton and Earl Semper Jr.
She is also survived by cousins: Ronald, Rowan Martin and Rhea Martin Highsmith, Jeff Martin, Yuri Rodgers Milligan, Anita Nibbs, Kenisha Reefer, Rupert Reefer, Shawn Smith, Asher Ritter, Ashara Ritter-Encarnacion, Keisha Rodgers Barnett, Lalerah Rodgers and Leonarda Rodgers; sister-in-law, Taseline “Lina” Rodgers; family: Martin, Heyliger, Benjamin, Keith, Rice; special cousins: Jacqueline Benjamin, Carol Scott-Small and Phoebe Portee; special friends: Schuster and Webster families in addition to other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 19, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Barrenspot.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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