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GRISELLE RIVERA DEAD AT 50

Griselle Rivera of #5 Estate Bakkeroe, St. Thomas, formerly of St. Croix, died Wednesday, May 2. She was 50.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 6 at Kingshill Memorial Chapel. There will be no viewing.
Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
She is survived by her husband, Benjamin Rivera Sr., father, Rufino Morales Sr.; daughters, Etna Rivera, Sonya Rivera, and Patricia Rivera; sons, Benjamin Rivera Jr. and Marcos Rivera; grandchild, Benjamin Rivera-Maldonado; sisters, Nora Morales, Elvira Matos, Maria Morales, Virginia Maldonado, and Gloria Perez; brothers, Rufino Morales Jr., Orlando Morales, Luis Raul Morales, and Gustavo Morales; nieces, Ivelisse Torres-Asad, Kaleena Kornegay, Keisha Morales, and Anne Maria Morales;
She is also survived by nephews, Felipe Torres Jr., Daniel Matos, Jeremiah Matos, Yamil Maldonado, Emilo Perez III, Tony Perez, Rally, Jekediah, Edward, Jose, Luis F. and Rufino Morales III; daughters-in-law, Amnery Maldonado and Cheryl Clendinen; sisters-in-law, Lydia Rivera, Alida Migueles, and Jane Morales; brothers-in-law, Emilio Perez Jr., Benjamin Matos, Edictor Maldonado, Angel Rivera, and Eddy Rivera; close friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Sasmay, Mr. and Mrs. Manny Kuvach, Luis Mella, Malcolm Evans, Constantine Fontana, Tony, Anna, and Hector Rosario, Jeffrey Osetek and family, Lance Bryan and family, Jose and Carmen Figueroa, Mr. and Mrs. Angel Maldonado and family; the staff at Marriott Frenchman's Reef Hotel; along with many other relatives and friends.
Funeral arrangements are in the care of James Memorial Funeral Home.

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