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George Albert Zephaniah Cornwall Dead at 71

George Albert Zephaniah CornwallGeorge Albert Zephaniah Cornwall, better known as “Zeph” or “Ding Long,” of Altona died at his residence. He was 71 years old. He worked for Commercial Security as well as a red cap at the Cyril E. King Airport.

He is survived by his wife, Bianca Oliver Cornwall; sons: Berris Fleming, Ludnice Fleming and Marvin Maddick; daughters: Doreen Thomas-Benjamin and Lorna Fleming-Christian; and 22 grandchildren. He is also survived by daughters-in-law: Odette Fleming and Martha Fleming; son-in-law, Andre Christian Sr.; brothers: Alfred and Lauriston Cornwall, and James Cornwall (NY); sisters: Rosemary Millicent Cornwall-Roberts and Mary Cornwall; godchild, Natasha Shany; aunts: Josephine Lynch, Ismay Osbourne, Gertrude Lewis, Geraldine Ashe and Olivia Carr (Antiqua) and Gwendolyn Ashes (N.J.); and uncles: Elwood and Nehemiah Ashes (Antigua), Leo and Alfred Ashes. Other survivors include nieces and nephews: Esther Ralph-Underwood, Florence, Syreeta, Marieta and Samantha Cornwall, Vashti Joseph, Daniel, Christopher and Constable Cornwall, Hans Joseph and Shamarie Payne; 13 great nieces and nephews; special friends: Charles Parris, Lucida Robles, Elaine Joseph, Moreen Welsh, the All Saints Cathedral Choir members and many other friends and relatives too numerous to mention.

There will be a first viewing held from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 11, at Davis Funeral Home Chapel. A second viewing will take place from 8-9 a.m. at Davis Funeral Home Chapel and will be followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 12, at All Saints Cathedral. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery.
All arrangements are by Davis Funeral Home, 774-1464.
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