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Steve P Newton

Burial Date September 29, 2020

Funeral Home Jo-Anne Jones Funeral Services

Cemetery St. Martins Anglican Churchyard

Church St. Martins Anglican Church


Steve Patrick Ignatius Newton
aged 62, of Cane Vale, Christ Church, formerly of Foul Bay, St. Philip, retired employee of SAFE Security Consultants Inc. With heavy hearts we grieve the loss of losing you but we will continue to treasure the memories of you. Rest peacefully from all life’s toils and cares!

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Father of Keron and Devon Newton;

Brother of Stanley and Ellison Pollard, Mary Burnett, Yvette Brathwaite and the late Everton Newton;

Nephew of   Mavis Chase and Winston Marshall;

Uncle of Andre and Shane Newton, Aldane Burnett, LeeAnn Brathwaite, Andrea Marshall, Ansel Pollard, Stacey Hall, Charmaine Lewis, Jason and JuAnn Carter;

Brother-in-law of Keith Burnett and Ricardo Brathwaite;

Relative of the Callender, Clarke, Marshall, Warner, Straughn and Chase families;

Friend of Joan Bynoe; Keisha Coppin and many others.                                    

A Service of Praise and Thanksgiving for the life and work of Steve Patrick Ignatius Newton will take place on Tuesday September 29, 2020 at St. Martin’s Anglican Church, St. Martin, St. Philip where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 3.30 pm, with the interment immediately following in the Churchyard.

The Organist is kindly asked to attend.

His body will repose for viewing on Tuesday from 2.30 pm until 3.15 pm during which time floral tributes will be gratefully accepted. 

Monetary donations toward the upkeep of the Church will be appreciated.

All COVID-19 protocols will be in effect with 125 persons allowed to attend the service in the Church.

If desired, e-mails of condolence or tributes may be directed to the family to or by phone to (246) 418-0879 or 262-8745. 


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