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Tuesday, November 28, 2023


Christinita Euxora Scatliffe of Sion Farm died Saturday, Feb. 10 at Beth Israel Hospital in New York. She was 65.
Funeral services will be held at noon Friday, Feb. 16 at Lord God of Sabaoth Lutheran Church, with a viewing preceding the service beginning at 11 a.m.
Interment will follow at Christiansted Cemetery.
She is survived by her husband, Gene Scatliffe; daughters, Maybelline "Sahi" Brooks and Julia Maranda Scatliffe; son, Michael Maranda Scatliffe; step-son, Kevin Scatliffe; sister, Evelyn Bascombe; brother, Carl Maranda; grandchildren, Shonde-Lashel Walker, O'Shanna Thomas, Shadae Peters, Waynia Charles, Michael Thomas, Shadi Peters, Kahlaya Goodwin, Kevin Scatliffe, O'Shawn Scatliffe, and Wayniard Charles; great-granddaughter, Shonneth Gittens; sons-in-law, Everette Goodwin and Anthony Lewis; sister-in-law, Gloria Maranda; brothers-in-law, St. Clair Berry and Elroy Bascombe Sr.; daughter-in-law, Myrtle Solomon.
She is also survived by nieces, Yvonne Maranda, Lorraine Maranda, Desiree Maranda-Sewer, Jesmi Maranda-Cartier, Patricia Essanason, Deichelle Berry, Sharon Bascombe, Lorna, Yvette Maranda, T'Nell Maranda, Janeen Maranda, Indira Liebert, Tamisha Berry, Sharisse Bascombe, and Shelima Bascombe-Jones; nephews, James Maranda, Anthony Galloway, Gregory Galloway, Elroy Bascombe Jr., and Hubert Rosenburg; special cousin, Bernadette Hansen; along with numerous great-nieces, great-nephews, relatives, and friends.
Funeral arrangements are under the care of James Memorial Funeral Home.

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