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Roosevelt A. Parson Sr. Dies at 70

Roosevelt A. Parson Sr. of Estate Two Williams died on Feb. 16, at his residence. He was 70 years old.
He is survived by his ex-wife, Pascalina Parson; daughters: Linda Parson, Claudia Parson and Aliya Parson; stepdaughters: Isabella Daniel -Crosbie and Bertilia Daniel-Harriett; sons: Roosevelt Parson Jr. and Clement Mc Knight; stepsons: Mark Daniel and Fintan Heward; grandchildren: Jason Parson, Yanique Parson, Rafalia and Reisha Corneiro, Angela Parrilla, Christopher D. Rice, Christine Rice, Christopher M. Rice, Christa Rice and Zhe’Nyah Joseph; great- grandchildren: Jashel Parson, Tahriq Joseph, Lesville Yarwood Jr., Trae’vonte Parrilla, Asani Deterville and Jashawn Parson; sisters: Leola Milligan, Pheonix Plaskette, Sylvanita Brookes and Delorette Johannes; and brothers: Aubrey, Raymond, Ricardo, Kenneth and Magella Milligan, and Wilfred Parson.
He is also survived by nieces: Allison Parson & Majorie Parson-Belardo Fletcher; Great Nieces: Saidah Ford, Symoni O’Flaherty, Amia O’ Flaherty and Madel Belardo; great nephews: Glenwood Ford II and Steven Matta; cousins and other relatives too numerous to mention; special friends: David Edwards, Kenneth Henderson, Vince Hendrickson, Mary Henderson, Laureleen Knight and family, the Lang family, the Williams family, Cyprian and Christine King, May Dubois, Terry Rose, V.I. Fire Service and St. Croix Junior Fire Fighters as well as other friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will take place at 9 am. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 1, at the Friedensberg Moravian Church in Frederiksted. Interment will be at Frederiksted Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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