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Alfred Letang Dies at 78

Alfred Letang

Alfred Letang, also known as “Tiger,” or “Father Christmas,” of Estate Whim died on April 19. He was 78 years old.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Isabella Bannis; father, Lennard Alick Letang; son, Alfred Letang Jr.; and sister, Rosia “Annette” Bick.

He is survived by his wife, Patricia Clarissa Letang; daughter, Terri “Merle” Letang; sons: Earlsworth “Baba” Letang, Alick Letang, Lennard Francis Letang, Jonathan John Letang, Joel Alfred Letang and Lewis Bannis Letang; and grandchildren: Althia E. Letang, Makeda P. McKune, Jamal Letang, Earlsworth “Earl” Letang Jr., Samuel Letang, Zion A. Letang, Kwame M. McKune, Jayden Letang, Carter L. Letang, Clarissa I. Letang, Joshua S. Letang, Ariana I. Letang, Lewis Patrick Letang and Aleya J. Letang.

He is also survived by great-grandchildren: Keenan McFarlane and Kaliah McFarlane; sisters: Hillary Neil, Ana Letang and Petra Socent; brothers: John Letang and Arrington Letang; nieces: Kanisha AKJR Browne, Regina Francois, Marcella Francois and Alice Francois; nephew, Francis Francois; daughters-in-law: Kadie Grace Letang, Nakia Letang, Naomi Letang, Jenna Veronneau and Kendra Letang; and son-in-law, Rommel McKune.

Other survivors include brothers-in-law: Alford Francois, Garford Francois and George Hamilton; sisters-in-law: Ophelia Lee, Martha Francois, Louisa Williams, Varella Panthier, Adline Petris, Vignetta Francois, Alifare Leblanc, and Pavilina and family; special friends: the Massicotte family, Madonna Abraham and family, Theo Williams and family, Pastor Gray and the Church family ( New Testament), Kenneth Francois, Hovensa “Hess” family, Anthony International and Turner family; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

There will be a viewing held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Saturday, April 27, at Church of God Son of Righteousness (Est. Carlton). Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.

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