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Zephrine Antonia Thomas Dies at 111


Zephrine Antonia Thomas

Zephrine Antonia Thomas, also known as “Mama,” of Flambouyant Gardens died on Wednesday, Aug. 30. She was 111 years old.      

She was preceded in death by her daughters: Angela Moses and Rosie John.

She is survived by her sons: Lloyd Daley and Lennox Daley (aka Ted); grandchildren: Skeffington Anthony, Alvin Thomas, Augustus LeBruin, Desmond Anthony, Allan Anthony, Avril Barker, Jeffrey George, Ramona Henry-Semper, Augustine Williams Jr., Timothy Daley, Thomas E. Daley, Lloyd A. Daley, Ted Daley and Aretha Daley; daughters-in-law: Elizabeth Mueller and Hephelia Daley; and granddaughters-in-law: Catherine Thomas, Josette Anthony, Janelle Daley, Margaret Allahar and Camilla Roach.

She is also survived by grandson-in-law, Dorrill Semper Jr.; and great-grandchildren: Tawanna, Carvin, Keenan, Kenyatta, Khalila, Deshuana, Rashawn, Chenoa, Novalee, Lynnesse, Marley, Joshua, Kylah, Illia, Creighton, Kareem, Asia, Kenya, Malique, Ysatis, Tmae, Tae, Imani, Asia, Armanie, Timeshka, Alex, Jahkisha, Jahzmine, Terique, Anna, Isabella Jahnoi, T’shon, Kavon, Terry and Tevon.

Other survivors include great-great-grandchildren: Tashern, Catalia, Cailen,Kamryn, Keeden, Mekylah, Nemaia, Aliya, Temonet, Natasha, Aaliyah and Empress; special family and friends: Jeanine Garcia, Rita Delsol, Mr. and Mrs. Olga Romain, Catherine Prince, Violet Damidaux, Lynette Daley, Fred Brown, Ann Wiekel, Theophilus George (Cockey), the management, staff and friends of Flambouyant Gardens; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

The viewing will take place at 9:30 a.m. and the funeral service at 10:30 a.m., Friday, Sept. 15, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.

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