It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Kechel Devasca Pemberton better known as Matty or Gazaman of Sandy Point. He was called home to glory on Friday 13th, April 2018 at the age of 26 years. At the time of his passing he was a serving member of the St. Kitts and Nevis Defence Force attached to the Anti-Gang Unit.
He leaves to cherish his memories:
Maria Francis better known as Patsy
James Bunny Pemberton
Robert Francis better known as Yama
Mother in law:
Shawndreka Lisa Pringle.
Ersdainne Williams better known as Twaynia or Poppa Doc
Devon Hodge better known as X Man
Fire Sub Officer Caringdaille Hodge of the St. Kitts and Nevis Fire and Rescue Services
Constable James Hodge a member of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force
Dr. Duriel Jamie Pemberton a member of the St. Kitts and Nevis Defence Force
Ezrian Francis better known as Inches
Joseph Pemberton in Anguilla
Jordainne Pemberton in Antigua
Private Kyle Woodley of the St. Kitts and Nevis Defence Force
Semour Hodge in Florida
Kishawn Peters in England
Constable Tarique Jones a member of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force
Crispin Jones and Calvert Warner.
Clemencia Hodge a teacher at the Cayon High School
Carencia Williams a worker at the Scenic Railway
Kisha Francis Postlady at Sandy Point
Patricia Gumbs and Woman Constable Monique Norford a member of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force.
Zanique and Jewel Williams
Tenesha and CamaraWattley
Raynecia Hodge and Tyreina Mills.
Jaren and Imani Hodge
Kijourn and Kijarvez Caines
Kishaldre Berridge and Duriel Pemberton Jr.
Erica Liddie Williams
Judette Pollock Pemberton in Taiwan
K’wanna Liburd and Faith Pringle.
Kazan Stevens and K’shando Saunders.
Kenmore Johnson and family
Author Wyatt and Family in St. Thomas
John Pemberton and family
Anthony Williams of the St. Kitts and Nevis Fire and Rescue Services and family
Carlos Pemberton and family
Albertis Pemberton and family and Norris Williams and family.
Aubrey Pemberton Liburd and family
Stedrona Rochester and family
Geraldine Woods and family
Linda Guishard and family
Brenda Belle and family in Tortola and Namaria Sumbo and family in Canada.
Three Great Aunt:
Sylvia Wilkins Ferlance and Glendora Edinborough.
Many cousins including:
The Hon. Shawn Richards
Rt. Hon Dr Denzil Douglas
Cecelia Hendrickson and family
Sister Pansy Phillip and family
Dr Mervyn Laws and family
Valentine Thomas and family
The Wilkins, Pauls, Rogers, Hyligers, Pemberton, Williams, Daniels, Buchanans, Lloyds, Matthews, Warners, and Francis family
Children of the late Agatha Williams-Morton
Children of the late Evelyn Williams-Ferlance
Children of the late Violet Wilkins
Children of the late Pastor Samuel Heyliger
Children of the late Lillian Phipps and children of the late Iris George.
Lorna Richardson and family
Milton and Dorothy Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar and Patricia Mike
Mr. and Mrs. Devon Finch
Akeem Ashbo Peters
Lawyer Chesley Hamilton
The Graduating Class of 2008 of the Sandy Point High School
The St. Kitts and Nevis Defence Force Band and Drum Core and the neighbours and friends of the Sandy Point Community.
Captain Anthony Comrie and members of the St. Kitts and Nevis Defence Force and Coast Guard, No. 449 Sgt Godwin and officers of the Anti-Gang Unit
The Boys at Tek Dat Bar
Past and Present Teachers of the Sandy Point Primary and Sandy Point High School
Camp Abraham Ministries
Members of the Apostolic Faith Mission, Gospel Hall Churches, Light House Baptist and Evangelistic Faith Church.
Special thanks to the Emergency Medical Services Personnel and the Doctors and Nurses at the JNF Hospital for their kind assistance.
Special thanks to Reverend Damian Hughes and the Immanuel Methodist Church Community for allowing the use of their facilities.
The funeral service of the late Kechel Devasca Pemberton will be held on Wednesday 25th, April 2018 at the Immanuel Methodist Church, Sandy Point at 2pm.
Viewing of the body will be held from 12:30pm to 1:55 pm.
Tributes will be held during the viewing.
Interment will be at the church cemetery, Downing Street, Sandy Point
NB. Persons attending the funeral service are asked to wear happy colours preferably Red which was his favourite colour.