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Rupert McIntosh Dies

Rupert McIntosh Rupert McIntosh, also known as “Juba Goof,” of Hospital Street died on July 5.
He is preceded in death by his mother, Mildred Williams McIntosh; father, Hubert McIntosh; and son, Kennyetta Abasak McIntosh.
He is survived by his daughter, Monifa Chimula McIntosh; grandchildren: Keyinde, Kimani and Kimari McIntosh, and Hasani M. Lynch; sisters: Karen Bruce, Frances Petersen, and Claudette and Linda McIntosh; brothers: Harold Brown Sr., Bruce, Ken, Dennis and Bertram McIntosh; and nieces: Ericka McIntosh-Malcolm, Maqueda Jackson, Almitra McIntosh-Richards, Omega McIntosh-Abraham, Micah, Karla, Tracy and Trease McIntosh, Sandra Browne, Debra Franklin-Maragh, Natalie Franklin, Carol Weiser, Julie Bruce, Marva Malone, Norma Robinson, Matse Jenkins and Radiance Davila.
He is also survived by nephews: Harold Jr. and Howard Brown, Jason, Almustafa, Akbar, Akil, Elijah, Abdul, Atiba, Bertram Jr. and Kelly Bruce Jr., Maxwell, Dane and Warren McIntosh, Gary and David Bruce, Ali Malone, Walter Jenkins, Cleve Urgent, Roland, Randy and Brian Petersen; sisters-in-law: Claudia Brown, Margaret McIntosh, and Grace McIntosh; special friends too numerous to mention; cousins and other relatives: N’Kosi Parris-McIntosh, the McIntosh family, Sackey family, Williams family and Thomas family.
A viewing will take place at 9:30 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, July 19, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. Interment will be at Frederiksted Cemetery.

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