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Clement T. Doward Dies at 84

Clement T. Doward

Clement T. Doward, also known as “Bobby,” died on Dec. 12. He was 84 years old.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Almedia Doward; mother, Alma Doward; father, Ludwig Doward; daughter, Dale Doward; sister, Eglantine Weeks; and brother, Augustin Doward.

He is survived by his daughters: Nanette Doward (Louisiana), Patrisha Doward-Jones (Texas) and Belivia Doward (St. Croix); grandchildren: John Jones and Jasmine Jones; sisters: Anastasia Doward and Daphne Davis; brothers: Gerard Doward and Vincent Doward; and nieces: Lisa Doward, Maria Christina Doward, Bernice Davis-Prince, DeSilva Davis, Deborah Gulledge, Joyce Doward-Webster, Centia Doward, Vernamae Doward, Joan Weeks-Lateef, Jo-Ann Weeks-Titus and Aeisha Doward.

He is also survived by nephews: Raymond Armstrong, Ludwig Armstrong, Kevin Davis, David Doward, Clement Doward (Bopie), Vincent (Tito) Doward, Dwayne Doward, Ricardo (Pando) Doward, James Weeks, O’Neal Doward and Alexis Doward; son-in-law, John Jones; brother-in-law, Jonathan Dinkins; sisters-in-law: Amonteen Doward, Karen Thurland and Shermaine Maria Doward; and special friends: Clema Lewis, DeLoyce Ford, Ruby Ritter and family, Leslie Meyers, Helena Gideon, Elizabeth Mitchell, Veronica Charles, Iris Richards, Claudia Brown and Calvin Perkins.

Other survivors include cousins and other relatives: Irene Mason, Antoinette Petrus, Julia Panky, John Isaac, Ralph Drue, the Bailey family, the McIntosh family, the Petrus family, and Bernadette Hansen and family; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

A funeral mass will be held at noon, Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Frederiksted.

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