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Prisca Encarnacion Dies at 70

Prisca Encarnacion

Prisca Encarnacion was born Jan. 16, 1947, and died Aug. 19, 2017.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the first viewing from 3-5 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 27, at Kingshill Funeral Home. A second viewing and tributes will start at 9:30 a.m., followed by a funeral service at 10:30 a.m., Monday, Aug. 28, at St. Patrick’s Church. Interment will be at Fredericksted Cemetery.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Solita Noel; father, Jack Daniel; and sons: Michael Encarnacion and Bryan Encarnacion

She leaves to mourn her husband, Edwin Eliecer Encarnacion; daughter,  Dolkie Encarnacion; daughters-in-law: Alba Lopez, Shanda Simon, Daniella Flavian and Iris Felix; sons: Phillip Noel, John Noel, Enrique “Ricky” Encarnacion, Anthony “Tony” Encarnacion, Rusiel “Romeo” Encarnacion, Esteban “Butta” Encarnacion and Edwin Encarnacion; grandchildren: Deneisha, Yazeline, Janaire, Romeo “Papito,” Rusiel “Goldo,” Rusielys, Zaire and Michael Encarnacion, Irvin, Jahaira and Bethzaida Noel, Dave Noel, and Belardo and Jameka Williams; great- grandchild, Lemeia; and brothers: John, Joe, Ishore, Mathew and Valence Noel.

She is also survived by sisters: Patricia Prince of California, St. Lucia Irene, Jenie and Julianna Noel; nieces and nephews: Sharald, Alexander Etienne, Hodea Duncan, Mearle Burke, Mearline Moore, Abi Gail Prince, St. Lucia  Don, Wendy, Valdonna Noel, Cherry Noel-Glasgow, Gail Edwin of Canada and Stephanie Sonson; goddaughter, Tameka Cool; best friends: Sonia Brim and Madeline Velasquez; cousins: Volin Noel of St. Lucia, the Desauzay family, the Charlemagne family and the Mendes family; as well as other friends and family too numerous to mention.

Professional funeral services are entrusted to Kingshill Funeral Home, 303 Clifton Hill, St. Croix. Telephone: 773-3310, Fax: 773-3311, E-mail: kingshillfuneralhomevi@gmail.com

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