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Eleanor Phillips Dies

Eleanor Phillips

Eleanor Phillips, also known as “Ele,” of Estate Golden Rock transitioned into eternal life on April 7.

She is survived by her son, Leroy Pena; siblings: Rita Jackson, Winston Phillips, Lorraine Nibbs, Margaret Henry and Patrick Phillips; brothers-in-law: Valdemar Jackson and Llyod Roberts; sisters-in-law: Janet Brow-Phillips, Delores Phillip and Winona Lester.

She is also survived by nieces: Lenore Schrader, Donna Phillip- Cisse, Valarie Phillip-Lynch, Linda Phillip- Prentis, Corine Osborne-Aska, Donna Osborne, Jo-Anne Osborne, Martha Osborne, Jacqueline Osborne-Charles, Debra Edwards, Rhonda Jackson, Raynelle Jackson, Reva Jackson, Reisa Jackson-Henry, Ronice Jackson, Ralna Jackson-Gore, Audrey Phillips, Andrea Phillips-Young, Lita Dennis-Clunis, Tania Phillips-Smith, Ludiqua and Lutisha Phillips.

She is also survived by nephews: Warren Jacobs, Leroy Osborne Jr., Raymond Osborne, Michael and Anthony Osborne, Paul Edwards, Ronald Schneider, Wesley Phillips, Lawrence Phillips, Micheal and Lushane Phillips, and Brian Petersen.

She is also survived by great nieces: Kima and Keyra Jacobs, Ababa, Ama and Abimbola Gomez, Stephany, Joycelyn and Gerelyn Osborne, Dr. Kula Francis-Henderickson, Shantell Gittens, Kenya Willocks, Zakiyah, Prasada and Ashanti Solomon, Sriyah Solomon-Ward, Kayla Prentice, Nichole Samuel-Miller, Tisha Samuel-Jackson, Lystia Aska, Kiara Joseph, Delrese Hector-Smith, Derricka Hector, J’Shama Tyson, Jahmeca Osborne, Akiamah Thomas-Finch, Latikianna Browne, Abrianna and Arrianna Osborne, Xoe Osborne, Shenay, Shenelle, and Roni Schneider, Shaundelle Shipp, Shaynge and Shanise Morris, Reavah, Renique and Raenesia Matthew, Salimah Wadi, Markeymah Cargile, Kristen and Rihanna Young, Deja Durant, Alicia Young, Mia, Miya and Mariah Phillips, Kashia Fisher, Keniya Heywood, O’Nae Milligan, Azalea and Alaysia Phillips, and Brooklyn Petersen.

She is also survived by great nephews: Jamal and Kareem Jacobs, Ayinde Gomez, George Osborne III, Karreem Dowdye, Omar Santana-Osborne, Bhakti Solomon, Murphy Aska Jr., Chioke Tyson, Enyjah Osborne, Jelani Osborne, Rodney Bell, Teirrel Osborne, Hubert Barthlett Jr., Shomari Osborne, Jahlumba and Rasejah Charles, Ronald Schneider Jr., Taaron Jones, Salim and Samir Wadi, Shomari Gumbs, Wayne Harley, Joseph, Jeremy and James Young, Devon, Wesley Jr., Justin, Jonathan and Jordan Phillips, Michael Jr. and Major Phillips, Tarique Fisher, Okimo Milligan Jr., and Azari and T’Kai Phillips.

She is also survived by special cousins: Edna Mae Shuster-Bollings, Rosemary Schuster-Gonzalez, Joycelyn Schuster, Anna Marie Schuster, Luetta McAlpin-Simmonds, Yvonne Fleming, Elise McAlpin, Gary Molloy, Doris McAlpin, Renee McAlpin-Petersen, Carmen McAlpin-Clarke, Henrique McAlpin, Laverne, Daynell and Gustave Simmonds, Jada and Cory McAlpin, Sonia Dowe, Xoraida Jacobs, Cleone Llanos, Genevieve Francis-Allen; and godchildren: Sherika Milligan, Cemona Browne-Jones and Cyd Christian.

Other survivors include special family and friends: Dr. and Mrs. Chester D. Copeman, Inez and Alphonso Harrison, Carolyn Heywood, Renie Canegata, Maybeline Marshall, the Schuster, McAlpin, Moorehead, Hunt and Hansen families; a well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

A viewing will be held at 10 a.m. followed by the funeral service at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, April 17, at Holy Cross Catholic Church. Interment will be at Christiansted Cemetery.

Professional funeral services are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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