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Franklin Llewellyn Francis Dies

Franklin Llewellyn Francis

Franklin Llewellyn Francis died on March 10.

He was preceded in death by his parents: Christoper Francis (St. Croix) and Ramona Blair (Antigua); and siblings: Cardinal Samuel, Eroda Samuel, Michael Francis and Marilyn King

Franklin leaves to cherish his memory his wife. Tara Francis; children Gilbert Roberts, Rakeem Spearman, Jasmine Francis, Dominique Francis, Christopher Francis, Tarisha Johnson, Steven McDuffie, Dominic McDuffie, Javari McDuffie and Willie McDuffie; eleven grandchildren to include Paityn Roberts; brothers: Eustace Francis and Alan Felix; and sisters: Rosemarie Francis, Cynthia Samuel, Eugenie Drew and Marvelyn Copeland.

She is also survived by stepsisters: Janice Christian and Jacqueline Charles; stepmother, Fernella Thomas; brothers-in-law: Bernard Copeland, Demaris Stevens, Yabuku Johnson, Torey Johnson, Delrick Brown and Aaron Brown; mother-in-law: Ms. Mary Amica; father-in-law, Mr. Paul Brown Jr.; and sisters-in-law: Paula Amica, Julia Francis and Ramella Waldon.

Other survivors include aunts: Agatha Warrington, Avril Philip, Avril Davis and Bernadette Francis; uncles: Edward Jarvis and George Francis; Forty-nine nieces and nephews too numerous to mention; Ninety-seven great nieces and nephews too numerous to mention; a host of cousins too numerous to mention; special friends: Kendall Samuel, Vaughn Audain, Wenti Joseph, PJ O’Sullivan, Wayne Ehman, Moses Harris, Keith Streater, Henry Smalls, Angela Williams, Fritz Dyer and many more.

The viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Wednesday, April 3, at St. John’s Anglican Church. Interment will be at Christiansted Cemetery.

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