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Ineatha R. Greene Dies

The family of Ineatha R. Greene announces her passing.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Elwood and Celestina Martin, brothers Joseph and George Martin and grandson Troy Scott Sr.

Ineatha Greene
Ineatha R. Greene

Ineatha leaves a legacy of faith in God and joyous memories to her son Stedroy Phillip and daughter Yolande Greene, grandchildren: Danisha Stephens-Bogle, Lator Keia Scott, Bobby Anderson, Devin Greene Jarvis, Kynesha and Aaleyah Joseph; great-grandchildren Malyasia and Troy Scott Jr, Michael Jr., Messiah, Makhi and Malerie Bogle and Tyler Anderson; and grandson-in-law Michael Bogle Sr.

She is survived by sisters: Olive Tonge, Keturah Fleming, and Lenore Martin Nelson. Brothers: Charles Percival Martin, Samuel Martin and Rueben Martin.

Sisters-in-law Fernlyn Martin and Judith Hodge and brother-in-law Bishop Martin Nelson; nieces: Angela Tonge, Brenda Martin, Bridget, Yvonne, Celia, Natalie, Adeline and Desiree Fleming, Verlyn Martin-Davis, Denise Martin Harden, Kayla Turner, and Melissa Martin

Great-nieces: Sharmaine “Betsy Lover Girl” Browne, Kajana Fleming, Latoya, Karen and Angelica Jarvis, Judy Williams, Sherma, Simone and Shenelle Williams, Gavinia Michael, Arielle Fleming, Tanya and Jenica Williams; great-great nieces: Shameyah Francis, Shadale and Shadiese Smith, Sharifa Browne, Faith Estrovel and Amelia Telemaque; great-great-great niece: Kree Achom; nephews: Keithroy Jarvis, Vincent Williams, Whitney and Karif Fleming, Ridley, Patmore, Evret, Owen, Keith, Karif and Ezekiel Martin and Marlon Hodge; great-nephews: Marlon “Corey” Henry, Michael Fleming, Kareem and Jermaine Jarvis, Al and Ed Williams, Whitney and K’Den Fleming, Joel Martin, Brayden Martin, Myles Joseph Samuel Martin Grant, Rishoun Richards, Jiovanni Williams, Ivor Henry Jr., Jamal Williams, Kashief and Chezurey Fleming, DeSean Fleming, Travis, Kenny and Brian Williams, Kyle and Mitchell Harden; great-great nephews: Shamoy Carr, Shafique Joseph, Gabriel Richards; and great-great-great nephew: Mehssyah Fernandez.

Other survivors include cousins: Ursula James, Patsy Bailey and family, Trevor Samuel, Willis Barton and family, Greville Knight and family, the Rev. Dr. Cortroy Jarvis and family, Jean Bailey and family, Heather White and family, Pancheta “WhiteyRichards and family, children of the late Doris Barton Boyd, Ritadell Turner and family, Bridget Henry and family, the Martin, Jarvis, Harrigan, Robinson, Nero and Barton families; godchildren: Nadia Fearon and Shania Milligan; friends: the Rev. Dr. Jeremy and Mrs. Rena Francis and members of the Friedensberg Moravian Church, the Rev. Dr. Dion and the Rev. Eulencine Christopher and family, Pastor David Rossington and family, Helen Spencer and family,  Merle and Diane Allick, Stephanie McIntosh Luis, Claudette  Schrader, Mable Matthias, Cora Simon, Marlene and U.S. Magistrate Judge Emile Henderson III, Commissioner Dr. Louis E. Petersen Jr., Alvin M. Milligan, Evannie Jeremiah and family, Thomas Christian, Yvonne James and family, Claudie Barnard and family, Mario Richardson, Derrick Cole, Richie Willocks, Roy Richards and family, Eversleigh Warner and family, Stedroy Lewis and family, Kevin Limerick and family, Linroy Adams and family, Annette Henry and family, Claude Belle and family, Rosemary Robinson, Christie Charles and family, Clement Griffith and family, the Francis family, Lake family, and the Gore family.

She is also survived by a host of cousins, great-nieces and nephews, godchildren and friends in the USVI, USA, Antigua, and the U.K.

The viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service beginning at 10 a.m. on Thursday, April 18, 2024, at the Friedensberg Moravian Church, 1-3 New St., Frederiksted, V.I.

Professional Funeral Services are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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