Written by Administrator Posted On: Tuesday, 22 March 2011
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With deep regret we announce the passing of Mr. Basil Lawrence Duggins better known as Bobo Rodgee of Victoria Road.
He was call home to Glory on Monday 7th March 2011.
He leaves to cherish his fond memories, wife Mrs. Sylvia Patricia Duggins at home.
Six (6) sons: James in the USA, Vincent, Orville, Steve aka Marlon, Lawrence aka Larry, Alexander aka Chubby, all at home,
One (1) daughter: Joy Duggins aka RIP at home
One (1) adopted son: Junie Derrick Francis.
Daughters in Law: Mrs. Cynthia Walters & Family in the USA, Kimberley Berkley & Family, Stacy Nias & Family, Marlene Fyfield & Family,
Son in Law: Oneal Whattley & FamilyGrandsons: Dyllon Pemberton, Akeem, Dwight & Nykosi Walters, Calvin, Rae and Tolston Duggins, Clevon & Jahbory Berkley, Lawrence Ajah Jeffers, Keon Fyfield, Bijhan Nias, all at home, and Taijai Fough in Canada.
Granddaughters: Omerlyn Fough, Oniqueka Walters, Crystal, Shawnisa, Tiandra, Alexandra, and Keandra Duggins, Nia Berkley, Drucilla Wilson, J’Oveahl Duggings-Whattley
Great Grand Sons: Hazon & Malique Fough
Many Nieces & Nephews at home and abroad including Wilfred Walters, Alex Duggins & Family of Bird Rock, Paulette & Ingrid Caines, & Shermel Duggings in New York
Several cousins at home and abroad including Majorie Greaux & Family of Ponds Pastures, The Duggins, Bass & Greaux Family. Urban Greaux & Family, Cynthia Price & Family, Agnes Glasford & Family in England, Malcolm & Vernon Harvey & Family, Lisa & Denzil Caines and Mrs. Bernice Twells in the USA, Mrs. Joycelyn Whittleton & Family in Califonia, Mrs. Joycelyn Hazel & Family at Greenland’s,
Other relatives at home and abroad including Merlyn Francis & Family, Mayfield Stevens & Family, Amabell Prentice & Family, the Fyfield family of Newtown, the Greaux and Harvey Family, Samuel Walters & family, Dongo Farrell & Family, Junie & Frank Claxton and Tambora Kitwana at Home.
Many close friends including Mrs. Kathleen Eddy & Family of Victoria Road, Mr. & Mrs. Sheila Richards & Family in New York, Mr. Alton “Big Joe” Bloice & Family of St Pauls, Ms Asineth Jeffers & Family, Cyril Webster, Ken Martin, Mr. Sylvester & Eldica Byers, Ms. Yvette & Calvin Johnson & Family of Camps, Avril Collins & Family, Duewell Huggins, Rae Hazel Browne (Snr), Idetha Marrishaw & Marina Milton & Family in St Maarten, Hon Sam Condor and Mrs. Condor, Hon. Marcella Liburd & Family, Curt and Steve Carty & Family, The Parry Family of Cotton Ground Nevis, Allister Williams, Stanley Ryan & Family, Karena Wilson & Family of Sandy Point, Ms. Polly Manchester, Mr. Oswald Elliott in Nevis Street, Geoffrey Hanley & Family, Shirley Adams & Family, Sonia Brookes & Family of Anguilla, Joseph Avanel Richardson & Family, Trista Wattley & Family, Noel Zamba Heath & Family, Gary & Family of Gary’s Fruits and Flowers, ACWA Group, St George’s Anglican Mothers Union, Members of the Co-Cathedral of Immaculate Conception, Members of St George’s Anglican Church, Pastor Lincoln Connor, Staff of LIME, The St. Kitts Lion’s Club, Kevin Morton, Edgar Browne, neighbours of Victoria Road, Nevis Street, St. Johnson Village and Buckley’s, many other relatives and friends at home and abroad too numerous to mention
He was a Member of Liamuiga Taxi Association and Pass Manager for the Village Cokes Super Starts
Special Thanks to Dr. Mc Millan Hodge, Dr. Bichara Saheley, Dr, Dwayne Archibald and Nurses of EMS. Other relatives and friends.
The Thanks Giving Service for the Life of Mr. Basil Lawrence Duggins, better known as “Bobo Rodgee” will be held on Friday 11th March at the Immaculate Conception Co-Cathedral, East Independence Square Street, Basseterre.
The viewing of the body will be from 2:00 pm until 3:00 pm. Funeral service will begin at 3:00pm. Tributes take place during the viewing of the body.
The family will like to take this opportunity to thank all those who called, send card or visited to express their condolences during this difficult time.
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