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Raymond Warren De Windt Dies

Raymond Warren De Windt

Raymond Warren De Windt has died.

The first viewing will be held from 3-5 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 21, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home.  A second viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Friday, Jan. 22, at ChristChurch Methodist. Interment will be at Western Cemetery No. 1.

He is survived by his daughter, Carlette Genoa; sisters: Viola Joseph of New York and Olive Domingo of Maryland; grandchildren: Jessica Hodge and Dwayne Hodge; great-grandchildren: Mia Hodge, Destiny Bowry, and Austin Aden Bowry; sisters-in-law: Esther R. Turnbull, Doris Smalls, Irma Creque, Victoreen Romney-Varlack, Vivian Powell, Violet Henley De Windt, Geraldine Peterson and Urma Creque; brother-in-law, Ruhner Romney; son-in-law, Ezgeni Genoa;

Other survivors include nieces and nephews: Donald “DoubleD” De Windt, Allen O. De Windt Jr., Owen De Windt, Cecil “Gringo” De Windt, Melvin “Doc” De Windt, Raymond “RX” De Windt, Milton Davis Jr., Marilyn Thibou, Diane De Windt-Hall, Angelina De Windt-Smith, Floricia De Windt, Alcenta De Windt, Othelia J. De Windt, Julie Peguero, Jan Domingo, Jacqueline Mbayo, Julia Domingo, Steve Blake, Dwight Blake, Donald M. Turnbull, Leoneilda L. Blake, Shirley Charles, Rosalind Harkins, Kevin Smalls and Marvin Smalls.

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Other survivors include more nieces and nephews: Paul A. Smalls, Jasmine Fredericks, Sherry O’Neal, Milton Creque, Damian Creque, Michelle Bhajan, Gregory Hodge, Sandra Griffith, Guy West, Dawn Maatthey, Stacey Pickering, Kamali Blake and Shaharlee Blake; numerous great nieces and great nephews; close cousins: Janet and Dante DeCastro, Elihu Rhymer (Tortola) and Austin Potter Sr.; special friends: James and Diane Hedington, Hilda Barry, Marjorie De Windt, Justin Turnbull as well as the De Windt, Rhymer, Romney, DeCastro, Domingo, Rollins, Harrigan, Baa, Bonelli, Gordon, George, Warner, Sprauve and Golden families.

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