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Antonio W. "Brother" Gumbs

September 03, 1945 - August 03, 2017

Antonio W. "Brother" Gumbs, 71, of St. Thomas, died Thursday, August 3, 2017, at his residence.

Antonio W. "Brother" Gumbs is survived by his: 

Wife:                         Cherrill Gumbs

Children:                  Delsa Smith, Joanietha Daniel (Tunkie), Jenelle (Ge Ge) Miller, Darrell, Devrell, Derrick, Jhouvan and La’tania Gumbs

Sisters:                    Evelyn Mooving and Josephine Henley

Brothers:                 Ralph Gumbs, Edmond Gumbs, Clarence (Junie)Gumbs

                                 Melvin (Boyz) Gumbs, Eugene Gumbs, Elvin Gumbs

Sisters –in – Law:   Patricia (Baby-D) Daniel, Sonia Buncome and Tracey Rogers            

Brothers –in-Law:   Steve Daniel, Kirtney (Mixie) Daniel, Elvy (Bash) Rogers,

                                  Alex (Ziggy) Rogers, Wayne (Gleason) Rogers, Rodney Mooving,                                                                                        

Mother – in – Law:  Bernice (Estell) Rogers

Former wife:            Berecia Gumbs

Former Mother – in – Law:     Ivanna Innis

Other family members (Former):     Alvin Richards, Angela Smith, Annette (Annie) Wade

Over 23 grandchildren; 9 Great-Grandchildren

Special Friends:   Wentworth Prentice and Angel Ortiz

Numerous family members to include:   Gumbs, Carty, O’Marrow, Moses, Petrus and Brown Families.

Many other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

Funeral Information

Relatives and friends are respectively invited to attend the first viewing on Friday August 18, 2017

at Celestial Chapel of Hurley Funeral Home from 5pm – 7pm.  The second viewing will be held

On Saturday August 19, 2017 from 9:00am to 10:00am at Nisky Moravian Church followed by services

at 10:00am.

Interment: Nisky Moravian Church Cemetery

Arrangements under the care of Hurley Funeral Home and Cremation Center of St. Thomas, St. John, St.

 Croix and Tortola.

 

Directions

Visitation:  Map to Hurley Funeral Home

Service:  Map to Nisky Moravian Church

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