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Anthony St. Remy Dies at 59

Anthony St. Remy

Anthony St. Remy, also known as “Kaboom,” of Estate Strawberry Hill died on Thursday, Aug. 17. He was 59 years old.

He is survived by his spouse, Aurelia Joseph-St. Remy; daughters: Monica M. St. Remy and LeShawn A. St. Remy; son, Gabriel St. Remy; adopted son, Leroy Ferdinand; grandchildren: Fatima Al-Obany and Wilfredo Ali Nieves; sisters: Maria Mitchell, Marie St. Remy and Theresa Francis; brothers: Francois St. Remy and Alphonso Abraham; nieces: Christine St. Remy, Francisca St. Remy, Louisa St. Remy, Liesa St. Remy, Sylvia St. Remy and Cynthia St. Remy; nephews: Vaughn St. Remy, Andy St. Remy, Joseph St. Remy, Michael St. Remy and  Claude St. Remy; and great nephews: Thellim Aska and Jeshaiah Aska.

He is also survived by great nieces: Tikisha St. Remy, Syrina Prospere and Noreen Prospere; sons-in-law: Rami Al-Obany and Shawnel Walters; brothers-in-law: Junior Joseph, Trevor Joseph, Ali Joseph, Michael Joseph and Shant Joseph; sisters-in-law: Doreen Joseph, Melissa Joseph, Nadia Joseph and Marian Abraham; godson, Jomo Nicholas; special friends: Peter Nicholas, Trevor Henry, Roy Edwards, Jules, Jessey, Decko, Anna St. Rice, Bennedict Charles and Charlene George, Luna Williams and Darius; cousins and other relatives: the St. Remy family, David and Mitchell family, Dora Regis and family; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

The viewing will be held at 9 a.m. and the funeral service at 10 a.m., Friday, Sept. 1, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.

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