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Noriel Harrigan Callwood Dies

Noriel Harrigan Callwood

Noriel Harrigan Callwood, also known as “Isha” or “Da Sha,” died on Oct. 2.

He is survived by his daughter, Aisha Aniele Callwood-Alexander; sisters: Muriel Lettsome and Helen Callwood; brothers: Ishmael “Budhead” Harrigan, Riel “Wasi,” Dariel “Dadaman,” Juniel “Watsup,” Loryiel “Lala” and Raphael “Tanja” Charleswell; aunts: Gertrude Parsons, Doreen Webster and Ida Frett; uncle, Conrad Henley; grandson, Le’Koi Ashyre Charleswell-Callwood; aunt in-law, Floreca Henley; sisters in-law: Donna Harrigan and Avery Charleswell; brother-in-law: Norris Lettsome; nieces-in-law: Carolyn and Cherise Lettsome; adopted mother, Bernice Francis; and nieces: Naomi George, Rysheica Nicholson, Jada Lettsome, Tessa G. and Tahyra T. Charleswell.

He is also survived by great-nieces: Kellisha, Kellyah, Jada and KaMyah Lettsome, Keisha Lettsome-Hilaire, Labria and JaNýla Charleswell and Rynasia Nicholson; nephews: Keldred, Julian and Bernard Lettsome, Juniel Jr., Jamal, Junel, Jamel, Jameel, Jaleel, LeShawn, LeQuan, LeVoy, LeVar, Dariel Jr. and Tahiem Charleswell; great-nephews: Kellijah, Kelmani, Kellani and KaMar Lettsome; special cousins: Sheryl Harrigan and Shenelle Lewis; and other cousins: Linnette Scatliffe, Pauline Hodge, Shirley Hodge, Cheryl Richards, LaVerne Callwood, Ariel Brathwaite, Shirley B. Hodge, Alicia Carty, Vornet Smith, Allie Allison Petrus, Erminie Harrigan, Cynthia and Charlene MacTavious, Linette Benjamin, Renaldo Christopher, Winston (Dick) Harrigan, Iva Rowe, Earla Thomas, Huston Harrigan, Erminie Lanclos, Beverly Brunn, Caroley Brunn and Monica Carbon.

All of the following individuals have touched his life in one way or another; they became his special friends, no one having more status than the other: special friends Kareem “Pogo” Thompson, Rhoda Johnlewis, Ruthly Simon, Arcenio “Papa” Rivera, Maxine Fleming, Harris Fahie, Joel “JD” Fleming, Jackie Simeon, Ena Miller, Earl Richards, CAHS Class of 1980, Cecelia Hawley, Mercedes Belle, Winifred Scott, Cynthelia Green, Pete Thompson, Janet J. Meyers, the Rev. Helen M. Maurose, William Harvey, Elaine Freeman and Lydia Trotman.

Other special friends include Genevieve and Noel Scatliffe, Dr. Elise C. Warner, Jacklin Rogers, Loanna Vanterpool, and other members of the Wesley Methodist Congregation, Drena Donovan, K’Nique Charles, K’nique Richards, Jennifer Simon, Glenroy “Fiba” Stevens, Eda Stevens, Faye O’Connor, Franklyn Adams, Mayrose Smith, Erline Keitt, Bertile Fleming and family, James Nibbs, Agatha Varlack, Elvin Frett, Bernice Samuel, Belinda Moitt, the guys by Ariel’s Corner and the Hangout Crew at Four Winds Plaza; as well as other family and friends too numerous to mention.

The viewing will be held from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. followed by the funeral service at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 2, at Wesley Methodist Church. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery, Smith Bay.

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