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Egbert Isaiah Victor Dies at 35

Egbert Isaiah Victor, also known as “Eggy,” of Estate New Works died on June 19. He was 35 years old.

Egbert Victor
Egbert Isaiah Victor

He was preceded in death by his father, Albert Victor.

He is survived by his mother, Cynthia Victor; son, Caleem Victor; sister, Asa Victor; brothers: Nathan Petersen, Winsbert Victor, Telbert Victor, Cuthbert Victor and John Victor; nieces: Aniah John and Kiarah Victor; nephews: Deundre Peterson, Deonte Peterson, Nathan Peterson Jr., Jared John, Josiah Victor, Matheo Victor and Jeremiah Victor; and aunts: Lucilla Feverie, Joycelyn Peterson, Patsy Gustave, Angiela Faucher, Madelyn Tission, Francis George, Lambertina Anatole, Theresa Victor, Monica Anatole and Mary Victor.

He is also survived by uncles: Thomas Victor, Rufus Victor, Carol Williams, Augustin Williams and Dave Peterson;  sisters-in-law: Verna Peterson, Dana Philogene-Victor and Chimere Victor; godparents: Francis George and Joseph Smith; special friends: the Merchant family, Sister Pat, the Gilbert family, the Modeste family, Sister Audrey and Theodosia Christopher; cousins and other relatives: the Anatole family, Henry family, Victor family, Williams family, Faucher family, Charlery family, Theophilus family, Feverie family, Peterson family, George Family and Kiijah Todman; as well as other relatives and friend too numerous to mention.

The viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Friday, July 7, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.


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