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Ingerborg Viola Westcott Martin Neptune Dies at 93

July 19, 2008 – Ingerborg Viola Westcott Martin Neptune of Flamboyant Gardens died on July 16.
She is survived by her daughters: Bernice Clendenen, Bertrice Wallace, Ellenor Chapman, Leonile Sealey, Irene Prentice and Annamaria Heyliger; stepdaughters: Angelica Schuster and Mavis Neptune, stepsons: Lionel Neptune Jr. and Vanborn Neptune; grandchildren: Marjorie Ritter, Mae Agnes O'Reilly, Debara Sealey, Delicia Espinosa, Lorna Sealey, Jurenne Walcott, Naureen O'Neale, Lureen Flores, Eugene Clendenen, Lawrence Walcott Jr., Kenny D. Walcott, Leonard Chapman, Jr., Randall Sealey, Bryan Hector, Robert Phillps; 22 great-grandchildren; and 8 great great-grandchildren. She is also survived by; sisters: Medora Granville, Sylvia Parrow and Ivy Jones; brothers: Eugene Martin, Oswaldo Bolling, Henry Wescott; special niece, Laurene Robles; special nephew, Bromley Martin Jr.; special friends and relatives: Ivy Boyce and family, Ivy Nesbitt, Monica Chapman, Rita Powell, Patrick Williams, Magdaline Richards, Olive Bates, Leola Carroll, Beatrice Emanuel, Josephine Hector, Gerda James, Yvonne Rhymer, Eileen Hector, Lucinda Benjamin, Iris Hurley, Anselmo and Joyce Heyliger, Alfonse and Sylvia Franklin, Estrina and Carolie Heyliger, Clarice George, Suzette Garcia, Grace Henry, Olive Fabio, Esther Walcott, Clair Samuel, Joseph James, Elvira and Pablo DeLeon, Rosa and James Sealey, Elizabeth Tutein; and many other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be tributes at 9 a.m., on Thursday, July 24, at Friedensthal Moravian Church, followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., at the church. Internment will follow at the Moravian Private Cemetery, Christiansted.
Professional funeral arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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