Reginald Antoine I Dies

Reginald Antoine

Reginald Antoine I, also known as “Nichols,” “Jack” and “Gold Teeth,” died on April 26.

He was preceded in death by mother, Agnita Charles Antoine; father, Everad Antoine; and brother, Steve Antoine.

He is survived by his wife, Andrea Gaston-Antoine; daughters: Marie “Gail” Nestor Hall, Cheryl Constable, Andrea Gannon, Melga S. “Deedee” Gaston and Vanesta S. Gaston-Antoine “Bites;” sons: Addison “Addi” Callender, Shane D. Gaston Reginald Antoine II and Andre Antoine; brother, Edbert, Donstan Antoine; sisters: Leona, Jeanete and Jennifer Antoine; sons-in-law: Timothy Gannon, Thomas Constable and David Gonzalez Sr.; and brothers-in-law: Roger Sr., James I. Jeffery and Bernard Gaston.

He is also survived by daughters-in-law: Joi Smith-Antoine and Anika Williams; sisters-in-law: Esther Gaston, Jane Gaston-Daniel, Jennifer Gaston and Theodara Nestor; nieces: Erica Henry, Shanika, Abigail, Olenda, Jemalise, Jacqieline Gaston, Masselena Moolenaar, Ishanda Oliver, Jessica Gaston, Anatalia and Michelle Gaston, and Bernadette Nestor; and nephews: Delvin Henry, Roger Jr., Andres, Doran, Christopher, Jude, Anthony, Godfrey, James III, Uriah Gaston and Michael Nestor.

Other survivors include cousins: James, Catherine Antoine, and Marcia Theophilus and family; special friends: Peter Bodley, Paula Melius, Charles Fontaine and Bellows International, the Lake family, the Ford family, Mary Modeste, the Williams family, the staff at Continuum Care, Ava Antoine, Shulterbrandt, Shanna Dixon, White Foot, RM/ TWT Crew, Simone and Anthony Gaston, Teresa Stanilaus, the Taylor family and Maxine Scott; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

A viewing will be held from 5-7 p.m., Monday, May 20, at Divine Funeral Services Chapel, 129 Peter’s Rest.

The second viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Tuesday, May 21, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church. Interment at Kingshill Cemetery.

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