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Emelda Marie Sarauw Dies at 84

Emelda Marie Sarauw, age 84, of Walterboro, S.C., died on April 12.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Lemuel Sarauw Sr.; son, Rene Sarauw; step-son, Delroid Sarauw; sister, Leila Jacobs; and niece, Meline Thomas.
She is survived by her sons: Leon Bastian, Lionel, Lemuel Jr. and Rodney Sarauw; daughter, Sandra Bastian-Carty; stepsons:Levron Sr. and Lawrence Sarauw; stepdaughters:Bernice Turnbull and Nieresta Corneiro; grandchildren,Monique Sinclair-Mason, Derek Sinclair, Joshua Sarauw, Samuel Sarauw, Veronica Bastian and Chenay Sarauw; great-grandchildren,Tiara, Toria and Tajah Mason; brothers:Winston and Michael Cartier, and George Coulter; sisters:Claire Holmes, Joy Harvey-Thomas and Angela Lake; brother-in-law,Albert Thomas; sisters-in-law:Iris Sarauw and Frances “Hazel” Coulter; adopted daughter,Traci Addison; aunt,Maria Pinder; special nieces and nephews, Anthony Minto Sr., Nichole Greenaway-Hinds, Curleen, Crystal and Charles Coulter, Michael and Alec Thomas; as well as other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends too numerous to mention, including the Cartier, Chapman, Dennery, Henry, James, Milligan, Petersen, Pinder, Phaire, and Walcott families.
There will be a viewing at 10 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, April 24, at Frederiksted Assembly of God. Interment will be at Frederiksted Cemetery.
Professional Arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc. "Let Our Personal Touch Ease the Burden of Your Loss” 6AA La Grande Princesse (telephone) 718-8663.

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