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Lee U. Taylor Dies at 38

Lee U. Taylor of Frederiksted, St. Croix, died on Wednesday, Aug. 7. He was 38 years old.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Debra Taylor; and father, Eleazor John.

He is survived by his sisters: Elemena and Naiesha John, and Ruthlyn Richardson; brothers: Alphonso and Jason John, Leo Taylor, Lonell Joseph and Kareem John; nieces: K’xanae Hanley, Nikkira and Nikylah John, Lonisha, Lynisha and Lonyira Joseph; nephews: Raquann Gonzalves, Jason Jr., Jomari, Jadriel and Deontae John, D’Andre James, Jemel and Jemel-Jason Outley, N’sanjai and Uriah John; great nephew, Raquann Gonsalves Jr.; and aunts: Celestine Green, Lorna King, Idona Benjamin, Caroline John, Cecelia Lawrance, Elida Ledesma, Naomi John and Albertha Willie.

He is also survived by uncles: Alfred John, Jose Felix, Kidd, Alex, and Tracey; special friends: Latoya Urgent, Raymond Alexander Richards Jr., Rension Fingal and Shena Nurse, Roger, Caul, Chino, Joe, Gwano, Jelba and Consumers Gas Station; cousins and other relatives: Oral and Oral Berkitt Jr., Fabian Frank and Rodney Maxwell, Titus, Staphanie, Aisha and Ayanna Thompson, Jacqueline Willie, Vitaliene, Vanessa, Trisha, Joseph Jr., Joani and Wendy Phillip, and Clifton Donaldson; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

Memorial services will be held at 9 a.m., Friday, Aug. 30, at Kingshill Funeral Home Chapel, located at 303 Clifton Hill, Christiansted, across from Central High School gym. Cremation services are entrusted to Schuster’s Crematorium LLC.

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