Wilfred DaSouza Dies at 72

Wilfred DaSouza

Wilfred DaSouza, also known as “Willie,” of Estate Whim died on June 8. He was 72 years old.

He was preceded in death by his parents: Elizabeth Sarah Dasouza and Clyde Lenard Latham.

He is survived by his spouse, Joan Butler DaSouza; daughters: Sonia DaSouza Matthews, Juliet Butler Francois and Yoland Jack; sons: Andrew DeBreo, Angus DaBreo, Dale DaBreo and Camillo Butler; grandchildren: Jah-Nirah Richards, I-Nyah Richards, Ahyanlah Richards, AfarI Richards, Reneisha DaSouza, Kenson Pope, Andrew DaBreo Jr., Xion DaBreo, Xavonique Bacchus Goodgie, Javid Map, and Jah-Hailiah Hodge; sisters: Lucilla McMillan, Cecelia Marcelli, Monica McMillan, Julianna DaSouza, Rocena Jackson and Anna Latham; brothers: Julian DaSouza, Clive McMillan, Neil McMillan, Dan DaSouza, Ron McMillan, Felix McMillan, Andrew Latham and Alworth Latham;

He is also survived by nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews too numerous to mention; daughters-in-law: Gardina Anthony-DaSouza, Loren DaBreo and Gazetty James-Butler; sons-in-law: Craig Matthews and Chulman Francois; brothers-in-law: Ricki Hooi, Leroy Williams, and Linton Jackson; sisters-in-law: Allison Dasouza, Pam DaSouza, Ester Williams and Sheila Latham; special friends: James Thomas, Eleanor Frazier, Aaron Peters, Christian Douglas, Reynold DaSouza, Mrs. Maggie and Mr. Adams; as well as cousins, other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

A Memorial Service will take place at 11 a.m., Saturday, July 7, at Frederiksted Assembly of God Church, Estate Campo Rico, Frederiksted.

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