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Clifton Ashfield Haywood Dies at 39

Clifton Ashfield Haywood Clifton Ashfield Haywood, also known as “Rude Boy,” “Rhuga” or “Ash,” died on June 8. He was 39 years old.
He is survived by his mother, Janet Dublin; father, Uren Haywood; grandmother, Iren Simon Dublin; sister, Nicole Haywood; brothers: Michael Haywood and Andrea Heywood; nieces: Brianna Haywood, Jayda Goodwin and Malique Goodwin; aunts: Isabella Martin, Violet James, Carolyn Dublin, Joyce Dublin, Denise Dublin, Nyoka Haywood, Lilia, Sandra, Karen and Manwarren, Heather Mackwilkins, Edith Haywood, Iris Francis and Lucy Lake; uncles: Wenty Dublin, Selvin and Rochester Haywood, Wilmoth Mattew and Amos George; and godparents: Roma Desilva and Eurel Bowers.
He is also survived by special friends: Keda, Popo, Andy and Slim; cousins and other relatives: Delroy, Frank, Cecilia, Brea, Tracey, Rick, Marvo, Jevon, Sherisse, Sheryl, Gary, Mark, Sean, Junie, Gina, Dude, Gavin, Maxine, Gary, Flora, Tasha, Junie, Eric, Colin, Lenette, Eulah, Ivor, Cecil, Edson, Cerene, Sherry, Janil, Ottley, Avery, Leona, Loretta, Hazel, Carolyn, Andy, Joycelyn, William, Eartha, Rolston, Donald, Junior, Patrice, Joann, Eustace, the Dublin, Simon, Bowers, Haywood, Olivere, Wade and Christophine families; and other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
The family requests that those in attendance wear festive colors.
A viewing at 10 a.m. will be followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 25, at Midland Wesleyan Holiness Church. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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