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Maudlyn Diana Paul Dies at 63

Maudlyn Diana Paul

Maudlyn Diana Paul died on Dec. 10 at the age of 63 at her residence.


Maudlyn Paul is survived by her sons: Karim Allen (aka Battery) of New York, Dane Weston (aka Banga) of St. Thomas, V.I., and David Weston (aka Flex) of St. Thomas, V.I.; daughters: Milagros Farrell (aka Mila) of St. Thomas, V.I. (caretaker) and Whitney Grandison of Texas; brothers: Tyrone (Foster) Farrell and Coswald Farrell (both of New York); and sisters: Maudiana Farrell Lee (aka Veronica) of Montserrat Caval and Canella Farrell of New York.


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She is also survived by grandchildren: Sophia Grandison of Texas, Tairik, Tramoi and T’Nesha Martin of St. Thomas, Genesis, Kitannia, Isia and Zane Weston of St. Thomas, Dane Weston Jr. of St. Kitts, Keyanna Weston of New York, Karisma and Karim Jr. Allen of New York, Andromeda, Denessia and Jahtori Weston of Antigua; father, George Farrell (aka Pope) of New York; daughters-in- law: Alma Weston (aka Shondell) and Yolando Weston; son-in-law, Deontre Grandison; and many nieces and nephews all of Antigua and USA.


She’s preceded in death by Carmen Ward Browne (mother); Nehemiah Title (brother); and many other family and friends.  


Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral service on Friday, Dec. 27, at Apostolic Faith Church. Viewing will begin at 8 a.m. with service immediately following at 9 a.m. The family requests festive colors to be worn. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery.


Arrangements are under the care of Dan Hurley Home for Funerals and Cremation Center of St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix.


For online directions and condolences please visit www.hurleydavisfuneralhome.com

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