BUXTON’S PREMIER RESIDENT IN LONDON, FELIX LONDON DIES

BUXTON’S PREMIER RESIDENT IN LONDON, FELIX LONDON DIES

By Waltie Ainsworth

The younger brother of Coolie London, Mr. Claude Felix London, has died.

Felix, 91, migrated to London since Adam days but has always kept and maintained a healthy relationship with the 6 generations of his family in Buxton and East Orange and Baltimore and Connecticut.

Over the weekend, scores of relatives will take advantage of group rates from several air lines as they abort America’s frigid zone for London’s….. All in the name of good family relations.   [Details in link below]

CLICK HERE  > Claude Felix London  FOR FUNERAL DETAILS RELEASED BY THE SURVIVING RELATIVES.

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And when the rain falls it does not fall on one family’s verandah. The Culley family of Trafalgar… Number 28 Village in West Berbice, are mourning the loss of their mom, Mrs. Iante Culley 90.  Mrs. Cully was an ardent church goer who always spoke of her children in superlatives. Her boys especially she was most proud of. They own and managed a fifteen acre vegetable and poultry farm in the Delaware Valley. Mrs. Cully was funeralised in New York on January 9, 2016.

In the neighbouring community of Hopetown in West Berbice the wife and family announced the passing of William Benjamin. William died in Florida and on the 11th of January the family hosted a private viewing in his honor. William was 71 years old and was well known in Guyana as a Philanthropist, Computer specialist and Grass Root politician/ Social Commentator. Uncle Benjie, as he was fondly known, will be funeralised on Monday 18th January at Trafalgar… Number 28 Village.

 

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