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Nakesha Dianna Wilkins Dies at Age 7

Nakesha Dianna Wilkins Nakesha Dianna Wilkins of Estate Campo Rico died on May 13, at the Hima San Pablo Hospital in Puerto Rico. She was 7 years old.

She is survived by her mother, Ernestine Diane Webb; father, Keith Nakeba Wilkins; brothers: Kareem Jeremiah, Daniel Hakeem, Keith, Jahson, Akeal and Kaleaf; sisters: Jahgena, Jahmela and Latoya; grandmother, Ursula Lawrence; aunts: Agnes Liburd, Yvette Phillips and their families (St. Kitts), Beulah Andrews, Jacqueline, Mandisha and their family (New Jersey), Denise Wilkins, Donna Webb and their families of St. Croix; uncles: Ogyes, Steadroy and their families (Florida), Stanley, Marlon and their families (Texas), Dale Wilkins and his family (New York), Cyril Williams and family (St. Croix). She is also survived by nieces Ajhiba Williams and other family members too numerous to mention; the staff of Evelyn M. Williams Elementary School; special teachers: Ms. Peter, Ms. Daniel, Ms. Holst, Ms. Mason, Ms. Browne; special friends: the Hodge and Santos families, the Evelyn M. Williams Elementary School 1st Grade classes; and a host of other special friends too numerous to mention.
There will be a viewing held at 10 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 28, at the Calvary Baptist Church in Upper Love. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.
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