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Thursday, February 22, 2024


Renae Mericia George, age 28, of New York, formerly of Estate Mon Bijou, died Thursday, June 7 at University Hospital in Brooklyn, New York.
Funeral services will be held at noon Friday, June 15, at Holy Cross Episcopal Church. A viewing will precede the service beginning at 11 a.m.
Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
She is survived by her fiancé, Eric Allen; mother, Margarita Mason-George; father, Claude George; daughter, Starr Anduze; son, Anthony Vargas Jr.; sisters, Barbara George-Frierson and Shirlene George; brothers, Leston, Anthony, David, and Shawn George; nieces, Shyra, Shereen, and Shekera Prentice, Yolanda and Yasmeen Frierson; nephews, Shawn, Darius and Quentin Frierson; aunts, Vivian Mason, Sharon Mason-Christian, Michelle Murray and Marion Bastian; uncles, Lawrence Mason Jr., David Civil, Jerome Walker, and Elton Murray Sr.; brother-in-law, Dexter Frieison; god-parents, Sarah McBean, Florabell Miller, Alicia Nantan-Quetel, and Benedict Eustach; god-child: Ricky Patterson III; special cousins, Roslyn and Roxanne Roberts, Kishaja, Keema and Nicole Drummond and Lynell Williams; special friends, Mary Parris, Debra Patterson, Tinea James, Octave "Snacky" David, Alizia Sackey, Teresa Jasper, Jukia Moore, Keith Martin, Thomasima Allen and Dores Harper; and many other relatives and friends.
Funeral services are in the care of James Memorial Funeral Home.

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