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Berris Fleming Dies

Berris Fleming

Berris Fleming died on Nov. 5.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Bianca Oliver Cornwall.

Berris Fleming is survived by his adopted mother, Lorna T. Jackson; father, Alberto Fleming; wife, Martha Fleming; daughter, Shemariah Fleming Pradia; son, Ian K. Fleming; sisters: Doreen Thomas Benjamin, Lorna Fleming Christian and Norine Maddicks Reid; brothers: Terrence Maddicks, Marvin Maddicks, Ludence Fleming; nephews: Melvin Joseph Jr., Isaiah Benjamin, Deshawn Scatliffe, Abijah, Akil, Asahi, Atiba, Adowa and Kaleem Fleming, Terrence Brown, Tyrone McCall, Jamaal Reid, Marvin Jr,, Marvin III an Lucien Maddicks; and nieces: La’Tisha D’Abreau, Kima Franklin, Akema and Anishka Christian, Julia McCall, Latisha Brown, Louvina and Malinda Maddicks.

He is also survived by grandchildren: Malachi Thomas, Jayden Mapson and Asher Pradia; great nephews: Mi’Kai and Mi’Kaylin Huggins, Ayden and Aric D’Abreau, Aj’namekai Christian, Dekhoy and Demari Scatliffe; great nieces: Emani Benjamin, Aj’Nae Christian, Deandrea Scatliffe and A’Kayra Fleming; sister-in-law, Ordette Fleming; godchild, Alicea Jack; cousins: Arlene Constable, Patricia and Melvin George, Delores, Debra and Kim Walters, Sophia Verdell, Lionel Bess and Beatrice Fleming; special friends: Diane Jack, Michelle Harris, Doris Friend, Marica Jules, the Rhymer family, Jackson family and many other relatives and friends.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a memorial service from 5-7 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 18, at Celestial Chapel Hurley Funeral Home.

Arrangements are under the care of Dan Hurley Home for Funerals and Cremation Center of St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix.
For online directions and condolences, please visit www.hurleydavisfuneralhome.com

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