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VI resident T. Lester de Castro aka ‘Rabbit’ has died
Word reaching our news centre is that well-known Virgin Islands (VI) resident, Terrance Lester de Castro aka ‘Rabbit’ has died earlier this morning Friday, December 17, 2021, overseas.
Word of the death was confirmed by a family member earlier today and the cause of death is believed to be due to health reasons. He was in his mid-fifties.
Mr de Castro has been a fixture on the VI social scene for years and had many friends all over the Caribbean Islands.
'Rabbit', a businessman and practicing mechanic is survived by a daughter and many other relatives and friends.
While the deceased had some brushes with the law, he usually defeated most, if not all of the charges.
It is unclear where he will be buried, as his place of birth is Nevis.
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