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Mary Perpetual Dennie Dies

Mary Perpetual Dennie

Mary Perpetual Dennie died on Dec. 30.

She is preceded in death by her sisters: Valerie Reid, Joy Sherwood; and Ann Charles;  and grandchild, Ebony Hernandez.

She is survived by her stepmom, Sybil Davis; daughter, Debbie Swanston; sons: Deryck Dennie, Brian Dennie and Russel Hernandez; and grandchildren: Jamie Swanston, Jeremy Morgan, Justin Garcia, Akayla Hernandez, Tiffany Hernandez, Tarik Dennie, Tarai Dennie, Tarel Dennie, Taryn Dennie, Brianna Dennie, Byran Dennie, Jaden Dunn, Sheldon Dennie, Nicosi Dennie Jr. and Jamarion Dennie.

She is also survived by sisters: Arlene Swanston and Alison Swanston Tyson; great-grandchildren: J’viion Swanston, Jazlynn Swanston and Jade Morgan; nieces: Sofia Tutein, Aidan Tutein, Phillips Tutein Jr., Donna, Jillian, Cherry, Njeri, Ashley, Indigo, Sade, Nicole Alleyne, Geneva, Melissa, Nicole and Gillian Jaeger; and nephews: Marlon Swanston, Hayden Swanston, Phillip Tutein and Tony Meturan..

Other survivors include cousins: Joelle Suite, Antonette Sargeant and Hilary Sargent; in-laws: Veronica Swanston, Elizabeth Swanston, Kelly Dennie and D’Jaz Morgan; special friends: Edith, Jenny, Allison Jackson, Shira, Doreen Sargent, Ronald and Ale Plaskett, Freddy, Benjamin, Ashe, Terry and Alison Dullamsingh; and other friends and relatives too numerous to mention.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 13, at the St. Ann’s Catholic Church. Viewing will begin at 9 a.m. followed by a service at 10 a.m. Interment will be at the Kingshill Cemetery.

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