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Nellie Rosina Rantan Dies at 93

Nellie Rosina Rantan Nellie Rosina Rantan died on Nov. 25. She was 93 years old.

She is survived by her children: Pamela Brown, Lloyd Rantan, Sonia Rantan and Junior Rantan; grandchildren: Kyle Brown, Quintin, Heather, Justin, Vanessa, Hannah, Kyanna, Leroy and Rasheema; great-grandchildren: Lekisha, Lequan, Kayla, Kamiya, Kaira, Kuraen, Diana, Kaleb Brown and Jordan Brown; three great-great-grandchildren, one of which is Xavier Mayfield; sister, Gladys Webb; nieces and nephew: Dolores Powell, Anthony Natta and Marlene Natta; and great nieces and nephews: Leonard Johnson, Rohan Johnson, Rasheda Johnson-Philip, Lusheda Johnson, Miketa Johnson, Dagiana Johnson, Gavin Harris, paula Harris, Asha Harris, Marilyn, Sharon, Linda, Keisha and Rendy.

She is also survived by close friends: Eileen Wright, Anelta, Clarence Nesbit, Jenellette, John Davron and family, Dianne and Michelle, Gloria Edwards, Inita, Ireneus Stanislas and family, Chester, Chrystalyn Russell, Anny Prescott, Rasheema Satney, Paul Clark Jr., Anita Brown, Anslyn Charles, Iris Lincoln and family, Maria Oyola, Rona Jhero, Vivian Henley, Petra Jones, Jeff Jones, Carmen Murrain, Mr. and Mrs. Dubois and family, and Darren Williams; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

A viewing will take place at 10 a.m. and a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 5, at St. Luke A.M.E Church, Estate Grove. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.

All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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