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Oriel Bertram Fleming Dies

Oriel Fleming

Oriel Bertram Fleming died on April 29.  

He is survived by his wife, Veronica M. Fleming; son, Oville B. Fleming; daughters: Ovillie B. Joseph, Orien V. Clairmont and Ruby Urgent; daughter-in-law, Candyss-Ann Fleming; sons-in-law: Venroy Joseph and Sherwin Clairmont; brothers: Walton Fleming, Bertile Fleming and Royden Fleming; sister, Loraine Taylor; stepbrothers: Mikey Fleming and Navel Fleming; and stepsisters: Milliscent Smith, Rosemarie Fleming and Louise Peterson.

He is also survived by his brother-in-law, Charles Hodge; sisters-in-law: Eileen Fleming, Arlette Fleming, Vera Fleming, Iona Jackson, Harvel Samuel, Merlyn Hodge-Petty and Patricia Hodge; grandsons: Jariel Fleming, Brandon Clairmont and Vaughn Joseph; and granddaughters: Jenae Fleming, Breanna Clairmont and Brandee Clairmont; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

A viewing will take place at 9 a.m. and a funeral service at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 14, at Central Seventh-day Adventist Church. Interment follows at Kingshill Cemetery.

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  1. What a GREAT man. He was a true servant of our loving and forgiving God. ​God bless you brother, and may you rest in eternal tranquility with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! For now and forever more, Rest in Peace.

    ​The 1st time I met him, I was given a hand shake, and BIG HUG, a smile, and warm motivating words of encouragement in all I was going through. ​I love you Pastor. God bless you! My deepest condolences, and respects! Everything’s gonna be all right – everything’s gonna be all right – everything’s gonna be all right!

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