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Naomi Beatrice Joseph Dies at 74

Naomi Beatrice Joseph

Naomi Beatrice Joseph, also known as “Christophine” or “Ms. Joseph,” of Estate Calquohoun, died on Nov. 20. She was 74 years old.

She was preceded in death by her parents: Thomas Wynter and Iris Beatrice James; spouse, Alwyn Llewellyn Joseph; and sister, Yvonne Joyce.

She is survived by her daughters: Michele Wynter and Laura Solomon; son, Duranie Joseph; grandchildren: Krystal Wynter, Danielle Christian, Nia Augustus and Mekhi Joseph; sisters: Florence Olivet Henry, Fernella Lewis, Judith Wynter, Verna Hodge and Iris Salmon; nieces: Janet Wynter, Fernella and Enroy Hodge, Kerry Warren, Laurie Brown, Anthea Charles-Njoku, Melinda Wynter, Maureen Hazelwood, Ernestine Abraham, Corneta Smith, Judith Clark and Derene Henry; nephews: Jace and Gary Edwards, Ian Joseph, Noel Wynter, Wesley Warren, Craig, Jason, Peskey and Mickey Josiah; uncle, Richard James; brother-in-law, Gladstone Simon; sisters-in-law: Angela Cumberbatch and Cora De Nully; godchildren: Donalie Andrew and Desiree Merrick; cousins and other relatives: Agnes Simon and family, Cecil and Sonia Smith, Elsa Tonge and family, Janice Bambie, Ronald James, Thelma Wildeman, Carlene / Samuel (Dave) Solomon and family, Norma Browne and family, Sonia Roberts and family,

She is also survived by Bernard/ Ronnie/Hezel Thomas and family, Girlie Graham, Evelyn Freeman, Ernestine Potter, Gloria Huggins, Jackie Micheal-Havens, Al Emanuel, Eugene, Samuel Michael, Shirleen Christian-Daniels,  Bonilyn Joseph and family, Shelia Francis and family, The Dublin’s families of Barnes Hill, Antigua, The Kelsick, Thomas, John, Belle, Wynter, Francis, and Joseph F\families of Cedar Grove, Antigua, Hildred Nicholas and family, Joel Ba and family, Dalton Joseph and family, Claudette Hill and family; friends and family: Glenda Huggins and family, Rosa White Cromwell and family, Gloria Carlos, Louise McKay-Edwards, Veronica Richards, Monica Jacobs and family, Marie Benjamin and family, Evelyn Moore and Ilean Ramsey, Ramona Pierre, Yolanda Robles, Carleen Charles and family. She is also survived by Ruby David, Senators Franklin D. Johnson, Kenneth Gittens, Dr. Jane Bruno, Marie Therese Shoul, Maude Cornelius, Louise Lazare, Donald Andrew.

Other survivors include LCDR Edgar Leonard, Mrs. Gardener, Vincent Greene, Hampson family, Elsita Anthony and family, Hyacinth Reifer, Gertrude Thomas and family, Frederick Christian and family, Iota King and family, George Jeffers, Olivina Charles, David King and family, Mr. Josiah, Lauretta George and family, Monette Loblack, Errol, Nicholas and Ryford Cromwell, Mignonette Coates, Jenita Kelly and family, Maudeline James and family, Ann Marie Gibbs, Victor Somme III, Lauretta George, George Matthew, Colin Browne and family, Mrs. Ruthlyn Fredericks, Joycelyn and Wilshaw Stevens, Francis and Francisca Gustave, Grace Henry and family, Maria Friday and family, Avelino Romero, James Gaston, Mr. Tweed, Robertine and Lorriston Daniel, Ethney Thomas, Maudline Adams, Margaret Salters, Ivy Lawrence-Kakooza, Ineta Browne, Gerry Nicholas, Samuel Lee, Clint Ferris, Mr. Soanes. Members of the Holy Cross Episcopal Church, Vendors of the La Reine Farmers Market; as well as family and friends of the New Winthropes and Barnes Hill communities too numerous to mention.

The viewing will be held at 9 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 19, followed by a funeral service beginning at 10 a.m. at Holy Cross Episcopal Church. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.

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