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Rita Magdalyn Joshua Dies

Rita Magdalyn Joshua Rita Magdalyn Joshua died on Saturday, Jan. 21.

She is survived by her children: Yvette Browne, Delroy (Del) Green, Genevieve Liburd, Vincent Joshua, Ernest Joshua and Jacquelyn Joshua; sons-in-law: Dale Browne, Alex Liburd and Darran L. Brown; grandchildren: Aretha Reviere, Jael Paul, Chantal Browne, Jamal Green, Makeda Browne, Stacey Green, Maasejah Browne, Maya Liburd, Nehemiah Joshua, Zyiah Joshua and Coleappie Joshua; and great-grandchildren: KayVaughn, Micha and Taliah Paul, Aniah Murray, J’Dain Francis, Ma’Layah Browne, Anastasih and James Graham and Jasmine Greene.

She is also survived by siblings: Alice Henry, George Greene, Rosalind James, Egbert Greene, Carmen Archer, Jack Green, Saline Greene, Terrance Greene and Juliane Greene; in-laws: Ester Greene, Ingrid Green and Lorraine Greene; and nieces and nephews: Francine Airall, Fernella, Althea, Ronald (Manix), Rueben (Churchill) and Delbert (Puzzle) James, Veronica Reynolds, Pearline, Maria, Mona and Virginia Archer, Ester James, Joycelyn, Claudette, Shanty, Jennifer and Abashanty Henry.

Other survivors include nieces and nephews: Katrina Greene-Francis, Kenny and Brenda Lewis, Clarissa Greene, Joy Thomas-Anderson, Jeniece Quintero, Ivorlyne, Garolyn, Georgette Greene, Steve Green, Jerome Greene, Jack Green Jr., Ellianna Green, Beverly, Bernard (Bernie), Tyrone and Kitty Greene; special families and friends: Roland and Sonia Bellot and family, Cecil and Nyhne Daniel, David Clarke, Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Ivy Martinez, Mrs. Gibbs and Muriel Liburd; as well as many more family and friends too numerous to mention.

There will be a viewing held at 10 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 10, at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Frederiksted. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.

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