Curtis Clint Webbe, better known as “Blackiest” or “King Malak,” died on Oct. 19.
He is survived by his mother, Phillippa Webbe; father, Elvan Webbe; life-partner, Diann Isidore Love; children: Deshaun Webbe, Ajani Webbe, Jahtehya Webbe Isidore, Malachi Webbe and Muffin Isidore; sister, Hermina Hyacinth; brothers: Stafford ‘Chan’ Hyacinth, Ember ‘Abo’ Hubert and Kerry Jahfa Webbe; nieces: Kamesha Nelson, Kanesha Connor, Amber Hubert, Sharmonie Hubert, Jazmine Hyacinth and Jade Hyacinth; nephews: Jelani Hyacinth, Shaquille Hubert, Kione Hubert, Jaleel Hyacinth, RasKaleed Connor and Addai Hubbert;
He is also survived by grandchildren: Armani Webbe, Nala Webbe and Sprinkles Powell, aunts: Henia George, Juliana George, Agnes Canning, Molly Hamilton, Doris, Loletha, Eileen, Connie, Audrey, Muriel and Pamela; uncles: Allan George, Philip George, Francis George, John George, Calvin, Goodwin and Nathaniel; close relatives: Jimmy, Shirley and Olga; as well as cousins, friends and acquaintances too numerous to mention.
The first viewing will be held from 5-7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 7, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home. The second viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a Celebration of Life Service at 10 a.m., Friday, Nov. 8, at the Bordeaux Farmers Market. Interment will be at Western Cemetery. The family requests attendees to wear African attire.
Original Source: https://stjohnsource.com/2019/11/09/curtis-clint-webbe-dies/