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Calvert Romney Sr. Dies

Calvert Romney Sr.

Calvert Romney Sr. died at his home on Dec. 5.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Viola Titley; and father, Thomas Romney.

He is survived by his wife, Clara Molyneaux Romney; daughters: Calvia Romney, Chanda Romney, Carishma Romney and Nicole Stewart; sons, Calvert Romney Jr. and Jason Romney; grandchildren: Sgt. Sharmari Davis, Shenique Davis, C’Asia Benjamin, Gen’ai Ravailer and Shyloe Benjamin; and sisters: Bernadine Romney, Lola Romney, Brenda Richardson, Anna Romney and Verlyn Smith.

He is also survived by brothers: Roy Romney, Kenvic Romney, Glenford Romney, Keith Romney and Steve Romney; nieces and nephews: Tonya Vanterpool, Shanell Rogers, Kurt Hodge, Rhianna Romney, Vanroy Romney, McKoy Romney, Anika Romney, Shimona Romney, Kenvic Romney Jr., Yasmine Romney, Shekimea Romney, Kenya Romney, Kadeem Smith, Kennesha Smith, Kiana Lucas, Vernesha Chambers and Kerina Richardson; and sisters-in-law: Melagro Broke, Corrine Long and Carol Molyneaux.

Other survivors include cousins through his Aunt Irene E Thomas: Rhudel A George, Bernice Ritter, Julio Francis, Juan Francis Sr., Julian Francis, Jaime “Walla” Francis Sr., Dianne Francis, Julito Francis, Julia Francis, Raquel Callwood, Ruth Abramson, Dianne George, Semele George, Dr. Sionne George De’Shazzo, Clara Turnbull, Juan Turnbull Jr., Derek Turnbull and Toni Turnbull; special friends: Louis Harrigan, Earl Vanterpool, and Wilton and Pam Snag.

Funeral arraignments are as follows. The first viewing will take place from 4-6 p.m., Monday, Dec. 20, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home.

The second viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 21, at Kingdom Life International Church. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery.

Funeral Services are arranged By Turnbull Funeral Home.

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