Arlington Tyrell Sr. Dies

Arlington Tyrell Sr.

Arlington Tyrell Sr. of St. John died.

He was born on Nevis to Ruby Sutton Tyrell and Ifor Tyrell.

The homegoing service will be held at 9 a.m., July 13, at St. Ursula’s Episcopal Church with services to follow at 10 a.m. Interment will be at Cruz Bay Cemetery on St. John.

He was survived by his wife, Brenda Tyrell; three children: Tonia, Arlington and Trevor Tyrell; daughter-in-law, Shaniqua Tyrell; son-in-law, Kylan Penn; grandchildren: Embaye and Embeyah Brathwaite, Roaryalty Penn, Trevor Tyrell Jr. and Tiahra Tyrell; brothers: Kenneth Ronnie Sutton and Amos Hastin Sutton; sisters: Agatha Sutton, Sidoni Maynard and Sylvia Thompson (deceased); and nephews and nieces: Steven (Poley) Tyrell, Arlette Benjamin, Jolson (Junie) Tyrell, Sheryl, Mackie, Debbie and Lucinda Tyrell, Yulisa Thompson, Roxanne Bailey, Verne and Andrew Testamark, and Sylvester and Audain Freeman.

He is also survived by many other nephews and nieces too numerous to mention; cousins: Sammie, Keithly and Austin Watts, Marita Sutton, Paloma Claxton, Johnson, John and Anthony Ward, Ophelia Hendrickson, Margie Claxton and Eunice Claxton; friends: Elvan Webbe, Cutwin Jones, Ervin Jones, Rudolph Morton, Roosevelt David, Elvis Smith, Anthony Liburd, Victor Walters, Hugh Chapman and family, Lileston William, June Stewart, Sivilah Williams, Alicia Wells, Gifft Hill School staff; as well as many other family and friends too numerous to mention.

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