Basil DeCosta Deveaux | Memorial Service
Memorial service for the late Basil DeCosta Deveaux age 65 years of Sears Hill will be held on Saturday, July 6th, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Matthews Anglican Church, Shirley Street. Officiating will be Canon Crosley Walkine. Basil was predeceased by his mother, Josephine, and his sister Louise McIntosh. Left to cherish his memories are his father: Godfrey Deveaux and step-mother Advilda Deveaux; children: Decosta (Shonice), Deon (Aniska), Jermaine, Tia, Teisha, and Latisa Deveaux; Grandchildren: Alexis, Dion Jr., Cameron, Jerron, Aidan, Dekasha, Makayla, Rashad, Jernay and Noah; Great-grandchildren: Asaha, Derea, and Jerniaher; brothers: Kendal (Charlene), Arthur (Sherry), Tyrone aka Ding, Ricardo (Rachel), Godfrey Jr.(Tashi), and Warren; Sisters: Doreen, Michelle, Erika Deveaux, Deborah Wallace, Nekita (Delano) Lightbourne, Lelia, Judy, Veronica and one adopted sister Helena Neilly; Brother-in-law: Henry McIntosh; Nephews and Nieces: Kenja Rahming, Kenva (Marlon) Ferguson, Kenrick (Turiea), Kendrick (Annischa), Corporal 2835 Eltura (Shenika), Eltoya, Latekia, Louise, Ras, Jah (Lagacy), Tafari, Shonnel, Rashanda, Cara Deveaux, Jasmine Smith, Latoya McCartney, Theidra, Titoma, Jamal, Sherwin, Kendun, Warren Jr., Sherman, Shervano, Akeem, Tyquan, Dominick, Waltatrio, Ethan, Jamier, Zaiden, Grayson, Kendi, Tabitha, Tajana, Alexis, Janae, Deja, Symphony, Naomi and Janee Cheri; Close family and friends: Barry Smith, Leon Smith, Anthony Mullings, Dellareece Darville, George ‘Bommer’ and Juraan Armbrister, Winston Mullings, Blondie Robinson, Cindy Davis, Adela and Derek Wells, Eloise Lightbourne, Karen Laurenceau, Tanya Kemp-Sawyer, ASP Elvis N. Curtis and Michelle Curtis, Mildred Walkine, Maxine Mullings- Sherman, Micheal Smith, Joseph and Nelda Fox, Jonelle Fox, Mr. Stephan Smith, Miss Terry Rolle, Miss Sherry Walkine, Miss Dorothy, Miyan Thompson, The Sands Family, The Rolle Family, The Minnie Street Family, Mrs. Maynard, his landlord of 35 years, Mrs. Cheryl Robinson, Father Kendrick Walkine and the St. Matthew’s Anglican Church Family, Highbury High/RM Bailey Alumni Association, The Bahamas Musicians and Entertainers Union, and the Community of Sears Hill.
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