Richards-Benjamin, Samuel Fitzroy:
The family of Samuel Fitzroy Richards-Benjamin wishes to announce his passing.
Sunrise: January 29,1947 to Sunset: July 17, 2020
Samuel Fitzroy Richards AKA "Coney Kid"/"Willie" was born in Antigua in the village of Johnsons Point in the Parish of St. Mary's.
Husband of the late Monica Adassa Richards.
Dear father of Janice Benjamin-Trimmingham, Devon David Crooke, Wayne Justin Richards, Samantha Rachele Richards, Richele Cassandra Ward and Son-in-law Rickey Aaron Trimmingham.
He will also be missed by his Adopted daughters Sharon and Jeanette Richards and their families.
Cherished grandfather of Terrell, Yannish, Shyann, Raheem, Devontae and Maluk.
Dear brother of Sheila Benjamin and Ivy Benjamin and their families.
He will be mourned by his Aunts Mae-Rose Josiah, Virtlyn Sherridan and Families.
He was a cousin to Joslyn (Roma) Taylor and her family, of Toronto, Canada.
Remembered by the Aaron's, Peterson's, Sealys and their families.
Predeceased by his daughter Karen Charmaine Richards, his parents Beatrice Alice-Maude Joseph-Benjamin and Alfred Alexander Benjamin and, his siblings Gerald Adora Jude-Peters, Linnette "Evie" Benjamin and Sarah Myers and their surviving children. Also predeceased are his two aunts Mary Aaron, Viola Sobey and their surviving children and predeceased and surviving relatives in the village of wilikies in the Parish of St. Phillips. Predeceased by step son Donovan.
Ex-husband to Joycelyn Lewis-Richards.
Dear Friend to Hazel Cozier, Norma, Doris, Basil Parker, Lennox Lewis, Betty Bulger, Joe and Jenifer Archibald, Nathalie Massicott and Patsy Philip in Antigua. Samuel Richards-Benjamin had many families and friends, too many to mention.
A private family service will be held at the Henry Walser Funeral Home, 519-749-8467. Invited guests are asked to wear bright, festive colours to celebrate Samuel's life. Extended family and friends are invited to view Samuel's service on Friday, August 7th, 2020 at 11am at https://www.henrywalser.com/live-streaming
Cremation to follow.
Visit www.henrywalser.com for Samuel's memorial.