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Clarence Henry Dies at 59

Clarence Henry, also known as “AyAy,” of Carib Villas died on May 6. He was 59 years old.

He is survived by his sisters: Debra William Georges, Nadine Jenkins and Wendy Jenkins; brothers: Danny Jenkins, Mark Jenkins, Gregory Jenkins and Jean Jenkins; nieces: Dominique Jenkins, Daniell Jenkins, Denae Jenkins, Akilah Jenkins, Akira Jenkins and Ashanya Jacobs Brown; and nephews: Ijahna Jacobs, Henry Jeffers, Naya Jacobs, Mark Jenkins Jr., Mike Jenkins and Kareem Jacobs.

He is also survived by great nieces: Keyanna Jenkins, Jelema Jeffers, Wisdom Jenkins, Aeryn Joseph, Aeryel Jnekins, Amirah Jeffers, Esme Jenkins and Isabella Jenkins; great-nephews: Jaden Brown, Chauncey Brown, KE’jahni Jeffers and Micah Jenkins; aunts: Miriam Archibald and Edna Archibald; brother-in-law, Austin Georges; and sister-in-law, Aida Massallo.

Other survivors include special friends: Reggie Lang, Orosia Figueroa, Nakeba, Anthony Nico, Berty and Sabre; cousins and other relatives: Ivan Hansen, Elain Hansen, Nancy Hanse, Geraldin, Janice, Daisy, Sonia, Niel, Steven, Charlene, Marion Peters, Michael, Sandra, Qweny, Clinton, Norman, Olive, Norma Cutbut Cains and the Entire Magras family; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

The tributes will begin at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Friday, June 21, at Calvary Baptist Church. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.

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