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Peggy Marie Franco Dies at 54

Peggy Marie Franco

Peggy Marie Franco of Larraine Village transitioned into eternal peace on June 10. She was 54 years old.

She was preceded in death by her uncles: Francisco Santiago and Raymond Santiago.

She is survived by her spouse: Luiz Alejandro; mother, Maria Santiago Feliciano; daughters: Lourddisa Alejandro, Neissa Alejandro-Goodwin and Luisa Alejandro; son, Ruiz Alejandro; grandchildren: Rahsheen Allen Jr., Neh’mara Allen, Sha’laya Hernandez, Akia Richards, Jah-Heim Arthurton Jr. and Mah’liya Goodwin; sisters: Soraida Franco-Pilgreen and Barbara Maximin; and brother, Tuskani Franco.

She is also survived by nieces: Nagh’Aree Franco and Shanel; nephews: Tuskani Franco Jr., Tito Franco and Jahseem Alexander; great-nieces: Angie Smith and Shalaya Bullock; great-nephews: Jayden Ragland, Jamir Ragland, Rashard Smith and Jayceon Ragland; aunts: Niomi Santiago, Thelma Santiago, Ana Santiago Foots and Debra Santiago; uncle, Roberto Santiago; and sons-in-law: Maurice Goodwin, Onur Guneren and Jah-Heim Arthurton Sr.

Other survivors include sisters-in-law: Keisha Pilgreen and Aida Franco; godparent, Marisela Gonzales; special friends: the Emma Ayah Miller family, the Maria Henandez family, Yamaris Santos and Valcina Quashie; cousins and other relatives: Marisela, Marco, Belen, Julio Sion Farm family, numerous aunts, uncles, Franco N.Y. family, the Lilliana Belardo De’Oneal family, Genoveva Tirado and the Jenny family; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

The viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Thursday, June 20, at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Interment will be at Federiksted Cemetery.

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