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Michael Selwyn Herbert Sr. Dies

Michael Selwyn Herbert Sr., also known as “Massive,” died on March 1.

Michael Selwyn Herbert Sr.

He is survived by his spouse, Sheila Browne-Herbert; mother, Nina Herbert-Rene; sisters: Arlene A. Stewart, Glenys B. Herbert and Gail Herbert-Charles; brother, Kurt E. Rene; daughters: Tiffani Herbert, Nicole Herbert-Beckles, Tracy Connor-Corke and Nicole Gill; son, Michael Herbert Jr. (DJ Chubby); son-in-law, Dale Corke; and brothers-in-law: Desmond M Stewart Sr. and Randolph Charles.

He is also survived by granddaughters: Dellitta, D’Nyirah, D’Neyjah, Tiana, De-Shay, Tamiyah, D’Niella and Sinai; nieces: Krystal and Kirsten Stewart, Cadilla George, Stacey-Ann Charles and Azariah Ferris; nephews: Wade Charles, Desmond Stewart Jr., Kristion and Kaiden Ferris; special friends: Anesta James, Keith and Ingrid Francis, Bernice Bartlette, Brenda Thibou and Adrian Ferris; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

The viewing will take place at 9 a.m. and the funeral service at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 14, at St. Peter’s Episcopal, Sion Farm, St. Croix.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. I do have something good to say the TRUTH. The man is dead and the last thing he would want is people lying about the facts of his life. Michael was NOT married at the time of his death, Michael ONLY has 3 biological children, and while they may not have had a relationship with him, they were HIS kids and not the child/children this article claims he had(who in fact did not want anything to do with him) Don’t try and play nice now that he is dead. Stand in your truth. May HIS soul Rest In Peace, Lord knows his actual life was filled with such chaos from his so called family.

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