George Greenaway, better known as “Father Keith,” died May 14 at Schneider Hospital.
The viewing will be from noon to 1 p.m., Friday, June 5, at Turnbull’s Funeral Home, followed by a service at 1 p.m. Interment will be at Eastern Cemetery, Smith Bay.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Miriam Challenger; father, Peter Simon Greenaway; son, Kenric Greenaway; and brother, Lassington Jackson.
He is survived by his daughters: Delicia Henley, LaKesha Brady, Karima Hantal and Desha Greenaway; sons: Keithroy, Karim “Pablo,” Deshawn and Devin Greenaway; longtime companion, Eleanor Todman; sisters: Giselle Stapleton, Myona Greenaway and Ena Hughes; brothers: Claude Francis and Sanford Titus; daughter-in-law, Cynthia Tanner-Greenaway; sons-in-law: Kareem Henley Sr., Carver Brady and Ali Hantal; and brother-in-law, Roosevelt Stapleton.
He is also survived by grandchildren: Desiya Samuel, Demiya Henley, KyNesia, Jahari, Dejahri and Deshawn Jr. Greenaway; nieces: Sherrilyn and Shanetha Stapleton, Shakeba Lettsome, Jesell John, Vanessa Jackson, Jacqueline, Claudine, Laura and Allevare Francis, Sinclair Joseph, Angela “Christine” Suzette Russell, and Denise and Carlene Hughes; nephews: Claude Francis Jr., Cleon and Marlon Jackson, Shawn Stapleton, Wilfred and Julian Innocent, Clement, Melville and Andre Hughes; and special cousins and family: Freeston Challenger, Kathleen Williams, Joan Wallace, Lydia Pigott, Victorine Isaac, Shaka Benjamin, Tiffany Francis-David and Tissany Francis.
Other survivors include close friends: Judith Dawson, Audrey Jarvis-Rayne, Robelto James, Sylvan Greene, Gordon Williams, Jasper Lettsome, Sephar Callwood, Benedict Gonzalez, Leslie Mae Bride, Oriel Henry, Alex Brookes and Adeline Jerson, James Brown and wife, Winfered Sullivan, Tanique Prentice, Jasmine Maduro, Carl Lettsome, DJ Eddie, Ken Du Prentice, Ocran Lewis, Lionel Todman, Mr. Harris Richardson and wife, June Jennings, Leonard Bailey, DJ Nick, Olay, Kalia Vandpool, Cool Session Band, Spectrum Band and many others from Virgin Haven; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
The family requests that attendees wear yellow or gold in his memory.