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Ruthledge C. N. Brown Dead at 76

Ruthledge C. N. Brown Ruthledge C. N. Brown of Strawberry died on June 18, at Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital. He was 76 years old.

He is survived by his spouse, Iris Browne; daughters: Rosemary Browne and Beverley Hines; stepdaughters: Alexis Roberts and Patarica Torres; sons: Vaden and Oswald Browne; grandchildren: Sheniqua Jarvis, Kafi Gore, Shivorn, Javorn, Jamie, Jelesa, Tisha, Dashawn, Vaden Jr., Varyl and Venecia Browne, Jaleesa Woodrup, Julissa Daniel, Anthony Walker and Adrian Torres,. Brittany and Toby Hines; and great-grandchildren: Maleka Hamlet, Jamelia Morrissey and J’Adore Warner. He is also survived by daughter-in-law, Cheryl Browne; son-in-law, Hugh L. Hines; sisters: Eileen Richardson, Yvonne Harmon, Rosemary Morrissey, Eldina Henry, Ethla Joseph, Catherine Lacy Browne, Imar Browne, Esther Josiah and Yvette Gayle; brothers: James Thomas, Macauley Mackie Thomas, Neville, Masden and Hillroy Browne; special friends: Marylene and Mavrille Philemon and family, Emilio Rodriguez and family, the Kirby family, the YRC family, Judy-Ann James and family, ICU and Virgin Islands Cardiac Center staff, the Mclene family, the Winston family, Walter Browne and family, Juliet and Charles family; sisters-in-law: Evelyn Allen, Delores Lo-Lo Edwards, Cassandra M. Thompson and Rose Shepard; brothers-in-law: Edward Morrissey, Davidson Henry, Arthur Joseph, Joseph, Terrence, Raymond, Gerald, Charles and Abraham Martin, and Allan Yarwood; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will be held at 9:30 a.m. and a funeral service at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 1, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.
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