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Peter Randolph Dies at 73

Peter Randolph

Peter Randolph, better known as “Shebah” or “Kaiyé,” of La Couville Micoud died on Sunday, Nov. 14, at his residence. He was 73 years old.

Peter was preceded in death by his mother, Florita Randolph; and father: Peter Edward.

He is survived by his wife, Clotilda Randolph; daughters: Agnes Randolph Eugene on St. Croix, Leafa Joseph Emmanuel on St. Lucia and Loretta Gifford on St. Croix; sons: Keith Randolph in Florida and Alvin Mervin (aka Brain) Randolph on St. Martin; grandchildren: Reata Randolph, Benita Randolph, Kayla Randolph, Keishana Randolph, Kem Emmanuel, Ozias Randolph, Mervin Gifford and Chrissy Gifford; brothers: Joseph Randolph (aka Abbis) and family on St. Lucia, Thomas Randolph and family on Martinique, Timothy Randolph and family on Barbados, Anthony Randolph (aka Dolly) and family on St. Lucia, Cyril Randolph and family on Barbados, Steven Randolph and family on St. Lucia, and James Randolph and family (aka Rich) on St. Lucia; sisters: Agatha Randolph and family on St. Lucia, Timothia Alexander and family on St. Lucia, Marylin Louis and family in New Jersey, Madeline Gordon and family in England, and Delina Edward and family in England; uncles: Anthony Bonaparte (better known as Herelle) of Ti Rocher (Micoud), Francis Edward (better known as Colly) of Ti Rocher (Micoud), Phillip Mathurine (better known as Nethelson) of Ti Rocher (Micoud) and Thomas Mathurine (better known as Sonson) of Ti Rocher (Micoud); aunties: Anastasie Louisy of Ti Rocher (Micoud), Luvinya Marius (better known as Ellie) of Ti Rocher (Micoud), Madlen Biscette (better known as Eyeen) of Ti Rocher (Micoud), Marie Promesse (better known as Urally) of Beachamp, Theresa Edward (better known) as Romita of Ti Rocher (Micoud) and Veronica Edward (better known as Reneca) residing in London; cousins: Elmona Marcellin and family, Gelifa Matty and family, Theresa Braville and family, Ketrine Camille and family, Joseph Doyle and family, Coleman Randolph and Family, Ulifa St. Clair and family, Velisha Jn Pierre and family, Cynthia Pleon and family, Tirilda Willie and family, Peter Marcellin and family, Victor Randolph and family, Cuthbert Promesse and family, Jerrison Randolph and family, Lina Randolph and family, Timothy Louisy and family, Margarita Louisy and family, Urally Promesse and family, Anthony Louisy and family, Meola Randolph and family, Thodore Randolph (deceased) and family, Helen Jn Charles, the Randolph family from Ti Rocher and St. Croix, the Brice family from La Cour Ville, the Louisy family from Ti Rocher, the Edward family from Ti Rocher, the Mathurin family from Ti Rocher, the Doyle family from La Cour Ville, the Braville family from La Cour Ville, the Camile family from La Cour Ville, the Philogen family, the Promesse family, the Taliam family, Suzanna and family, and other Randolph family on St. Lucia and St. Croix, and others too numerous to mention; sons-in-law: Vincent Eugene and George Gifford; daughters-in-law: Natasha Randolph and Onika Randolph; sisters-in-law: Umenta Randolph, Nigel Randolph and Mary Anne Augustin (aka Lucille); brothers-in-law: Joseph Alender and Fadin Louis; close friends: John Frederick, Delton Augustin (aka Bootou) and Cornelius Harry, as well as other friends too numerous to mention; brother and sisters in Christ: Elder Alfred Lazarine, Elder Garfield Dore, and other brethren who have lifted him up in prayer.

Funeral Services will be held at the Central Seventh-day Adventist Church on Sunday, Nov. 28. The viewing will start at 9 a.m. and the funeral service will start at 10 a.m. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and public health regulations, all attendees must wear a mask and adhere to social distancing guidelines.

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