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Henry R. Fahie Dies

Henry R. Fahie

Henry R. Fahie died on Wednesday, April 27, at Roy L. Schneider Hospital, St. Thomas. He was a native of Tortola and a resident of Estate Thomas, St. Thomas, USVI.

He is survived by his wife, Cleone Mariel Fahie; sons: Norris, Norbert, Norriel, Norford, Neville and Ca-Jani’ Fahie; daughters: Charmaine Fahie-Malcolm, Charlene Fahie and Monique Roumo; and grandchildren: Conrad, Clifford, Jamiqua, Shatrice, Shatemo, Tarique, Klarissa and Dylan Fahie, Nigel and Jasmaine Malcolm, DeAndre’ Philip, Jenorri Jeffers, Chamara Fahie-Jeffers, Shathea Fahie-Pascal, Jacynth Anderson, Norrisia Reeves, and Tamia and Taylor Abbott.

He is also survived by great-grandchildren: Kaydia Archibald, Kaydence and Kariana Reeves, Conrad Jr. and Chira Fahie, Kay’ora Truesdale, Ian, Nya and Nora Malcolm, Xander Jeffers and Josiah Anderson; daughters-in-law: Janet Fahie and Jasmine Springette-Fahie; son-in-law, Lorenzo Malcolm; brother, Harry Fahie Sr. (Tortola); and sisters: Iris Freeman (Tortola) and Irene Scatliffe (St. John).

Other survivors include nephews: Austin and Aubrey Freeman, Harris Fahie Jr., Hector Fahie, Derril “Goaty” Smith, Devon “Sweat” Smith, Hakeem, Hakeemo and Dwayne Fahie, Kinnel and Harry Fahie Jr. and Jason Fahie; nieces:  Alma Freeman, Janice Fahie-Parris, Ivy Scatliffe-Lynton, Ingrid Scatliffe, Toya Fahie and Leteshia Fahie-Breedy; speclal acquaintances: Leon “Hippy” Smith, Pauline Freeman, and Jennifer and Gwendolyn Fahie; sisters-in-law: Patlyn Fahie, Rehenia Lake, Ivyna Samuels and Glancina Duberry; brothers-in-law: Elliott and Baldwin Hodge; aunt, Mariel Freeman Wattley; and cousins:

Children of the late David Freeman: Berenice, Eunice, Avelinda, Dillard and Elmeria

Children of the late Edwin Freeman: Marva, Merle, Myrthlyn and Marilyn

Children of the late Hilda Mae Scatliffe: Valerie, Vernon, Verna, Vera, Vida, Vegon and Valencia; Children of the late Mary Benjamin: Mavis and Marlene (Tasha)

Children of the late Olive Smith: Lorna, Linda, Leila, Leburn and Leon “Hippy” Smith

Children of the late Herman Freeman: Patricia, Pauline, Paulette, Pete and Perry

Children of the late Alice Leonard

Children of the late Arnold Rhymer: Isis Malone, Anne Rymer and Nichols Rhymer

Children of Doris Frett: Susan Frett-Potter and others

Children of the late Sammy Rhymer: Henito Rhymer, Henry Rhymer and others

Children of the late Dorothy Donovan: Joyce Christopher, Melvin and Clement Smith

Children of the late Albert and Mabel Freeman: Henry “Butch” Freeman and Sheila Freeman-Benjamin

Heir of Catherine Malone: Teddy Evans

Children of the late Lesha Jennings: Kethura Thomas and Leoneal Jennings

Heirs and children of the late Joseph and Jacob Jennings: Zeke Jennings and others

Children of the late Wilfred Fahie: Clarissa, Cleone and others

Children of the late Mildred Fahie: Cleamena, Victoria and Sylvia

Children of the late Inez Gumbs: Clifton, Cedric and others

Child of the late Ida Fahie: Carolyn Thomas

Children of the late Olga Hazelwood: Consuelo “Edith” Harrigan and others

Children of the late Ilva Rhymer: Helen Hart and others

Children of the late Clothilda Fahie

Children of the late Viola Vanterpool: Beryl Farrington, Bernice Turnbull and others

Children of the late Elaine Fahie: Alford Christopher, James Penn and others

Children of Othencia Fahie: Patsy Lake and others

Children of the late Gertrude Fahie: Alvin, Allen “Tehay,” Jean, Gloria, Sylvia, Osee, Lucitta and James

Friends on St. Thomas: Lincoln Gumbs, Cecil Penn, Raymond Hodge and family, and The Domino Gang of Estate Thomas; as well as many other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

The first viewing will take place from 3-5 p.m., Sunday, May 29, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home. The second viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Monday, May 30, at Wesley Methodist Church. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery.

The funeral will be livestreamed by Wesley Methodist Church at the links below:

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