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George Hoheb Dies

George Hoheb

George Hoheb has died.

He is survived by his children: Pamella, Kim, Richard, Glenn, Annette, Onieke, Derick and Kamille Hoheb, Leeroy Smith and Kirk Brathwaite; and grandchildren: Akilah Nesbitt, Micah, Kwane and Mishika Wilson, Phillip Caines, Nephtali and Ossie Charles-Hoheb, Shenelle Gabriel, Kidani Barthlett, Jebari and Kimoi Forde, Kiandre’ Krigger, Alefia Raimer, Rinal, Rial, Rishander, Rayniqua, Ricoya, Shantell, Glenn, Omari, Kemisha, Kiara, K’lenn, Kasia, Khemani, Kaden and Richard Hoheb Jr.

He is also survived by more grandchildren: Rikoy and Ray-J Alexander, Kymell and Kyrell Williams, Kydell Sweeney-Haynes, Kurene, Jahmelia, Krista, Constance, Leneya, Kvante, Kamron, Kyrie, J’Nai and Kirk Brathwaite Jr., Kyron Correa, Jaheim Tyrell and Kebo Hodge Jr.; great-grandchildren: Jai’Shaunique Martin, Kishani Barthlett, Je’ Zarri, Je’Zani, Kaiden, Kimiah and Kimori Forde, Anthony Alvarez, Amir Oddman, Jo’el and Elijah Eason, Dijon, Keymora and Jelani Wilson, Kaleb Fields, Anaiya Bowman, Aneesah Sams, Karim Bayero, Amariah Bruckner, Jamir and Zaire Hoheb; and great-great-grandchild, Jelani Wilson Jr.

Ther survivors include siblings: Etla Hoheb-Gaskin, Altagracia Bennett and Luciano “Babi” Warrell; nieces: Galene Varlack, Dr. Wendy Coram, Louella, Luciana and Latihma Warrell, Ronekki and Venus Hoheb, Teresa and Bridgette Hodge; as well as nephews: Galen-Ray Francis, Rodney McBride, Ronnie, Frank, Boyson and Virgil Hoheb, Verne Hodge Jr., Luciano Jr., Lezcano, Linares Sr. and Lariano Warrell.

The viewing will be held at 9 a.m., Friday, June 14, with a funeral service following at 10 a.m. at St. Andrew’s Church. George Hoheb will be laid to rest at the Eastern Cemetery in Smith Bay, St. Thomas.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Turnbull’s Funeral Home.

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