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Arrangements Still Pending for Nicholas 'Nick' Friday

Oct. 7, 2005 – Funeral arrangements are pending for Trevor Nicholas Friday Sr. who died Tuesday at the Schneider Regional Medical Center. Friday, the well-known leader of Jam Band, was 43. (See "Nicholas 'Nick' Friday Has Died")
He was a man of many talents, whose reputation as a musician and active community member left the community stunned by his untimely death. (See "V.I. Stunned and Saddened by Nick Friday's Death")
Friday reportedly died from complications related to diabetes. He has struggled with the disease for many years.
He is survived by his mother, Lilliam E. Friday; father Clement E. Friday; son Trevor Friday Jr.; and daughters Nicole and Nikkiah Friday. He is also survived by his significant other, Jacqueline Smith-Turnbull; sisters Jennifer Friday, Lilrose Camacho, Joanne Friday, Bernadette Todman, Bernadine Todman and Chantel Friday; brothers Clement Jr., John and Gerad Friday, and Avery Todman; grandchildren McKelis, Nicquoia, and Trevor Friday III.
As the news of Friday's death circulated the islands, the U.S. mainland and the globe, e-mails from every part of the world have flowed into the Source. Please go to open forum to read the scores of condolences and remembrances the Source has received and is continuing to receive.
Talk of finding a large enough space to accommodate the funeral has circulated and arrangements, which are by Davis Funeral Home, are still pending.

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