Leroy A. Samuel Dies at 75

Leroy A. Samuel

Leroy A. Samuel of Estate Mon Bijou died on Wednesday, Jan. 22. He was 75 years old.

He was preceded in death by his parents: Richard A. Samuel Sr. and Alberta Tookes.

He is survived by his wife, Sandra M. Samuel; daughter, Donah Samuel; son, Leroy A. Samuel Jr.; grandchildren: Akelia Samuel, Leroy A. Samuel III and Tristian Samuel II; great- grandson, Malik Chism; sisters: Maria Samuel, Margaret E. McIntosh, Vivian Lang and Joan Henley: brothers: Ira Richard Jr., Rubio Clemence and Ernest Bess Samuel; and nieces: Marilyn, Estia, Magdelin, Denise, Mae, Lonnie, Rev. Debra, Joan, Rochelle, Sandra, Tracy, Glenis, Renee, Natassia, Nicole, Latoya, Eve, Sasha, Shante, O’Real, Kizzy, Zara and C’Nigua.

He is also survived by nephews: Bruce, Micheal, Tony, Delemo Sr., Terrance, Leroy Jr., David, Karim, Richard III, Richard, O’neal, Clemence III, Lamel, Ernest Jr. and Reyldo Carlos; daughter-in-law: Clavia A. Johnson Samuel; brothers-in-law: Kenneth Solomon, Adrian Solomon, Robert Lee, Lewlyn Solomon, Leroy Henley, Bruce McIntosh Sr. and Willard John; and sisters-in-law: Curliss Solomon John, Leona Amarillis, Geraldine Roberta Samuel and Karen Bess.

Other survivors include special friends: Howard, Herman, Alvin, Warren, Leroy, and Ovaldo; cousins and other relatives: Samuel Family, Soloman Family, Francis Family, Henley Family, Jackson Family, Schrader Family, Acoy Family, the entire Mon Bijou Community, and Friedensfeld Midland Moravian Church; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

There will be a viewing at 9 a.m. and a funeral service at 10 a.m., Friday, Feb. 21, at Friedensfeld Midland Moravian Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.

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