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Calva Henry Dead at 87

Calva Henry
Calva Henry age 87 of Estate La Reine died on May 14, at the Gov. Juan F. Luis Medical Center.
He is survived by his daughters:Christene Henry and Lyndy Henry Schiltz;sons:Denfield, Wayne, Iverson, Carl and Dickson Henry;daughters-in-law:Tangela, Joyce , Laurel and Evelyn Henry;son-in-law,Kirk A. Schiltz; grandchildren:Corey Young, Aubrey Young, Danielle Henry, Ronnel Henry, Mervyn Henry, Adrea Henry, Randall Henry, Rodman Williams, Darius Williams, Gabriel Williams, Carl Henry Jr., Carla Henry, Sarah Holzbauer, Kimberly Henry, Katrina Henry, Denzel Brock, Kayla Schiltz and Kristen Schiltz; and great-grandchildren:Isaiah Henry, Kymoree Henry, Sanaiya Butler and Neela Henry.
He is also survived by sisters: Senora Clenton Stewart, Mercilla Clenton Bruce, Henrietta Burris, Camella Henry, Virena Henry Wallace and Maudica Henry;in-laws:Gloria Clenton, Irwin Stewart, Mildad Bruce, Beulah Gilkes, Bessie Donaldson, Elma Moore, Ethlyn Wallace, Luther Balfour, McArthur Balfour, Nathan Balfour and Hubert Balfour;nieces, nephews and cousins too numerous to mention;the Seventh-day Adventist Church family on St. Croix;special friends from childhood:Carment and Doreen Cunningham, John and Winna Anthony, Cedrick and Verlyn Mark; as well as many other friends and relatives too numerous to mention.
A Memorial Service will take place at 10 a.m. on Sunday, June 24, at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Christiansted.
Professional Funeral Services Entrusted to: James Memorial Funeral Home Inc. Located at 6AA La Grande Princesse Telephone: 718-8663 Fax: 718-8661

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