In Loving Memory
Leroy Victor Roberts
(October 1, 1934 December 6, 1981)
JOHN THOMAS MEMORIAL CHAPEL
Thursday, December 10, 1981 at 1:00 p.m.
INTERMENT AT WESTERN CEMETERY
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LEROY VICTOR ROBERTS was born October 1, 1934. He died
December 6, 1981 at his home in Bonne Esperance after a period
of illness. Leroy is survived by his mother Lucille V. Roberts, two
children Franklin and Karen, one grand daughter, an uncle, many
cousins and friends.
Leroy, better known as "Socket", attended elementary and
Charlotte Amalie High School in St. Thomas. He volunteered for
service in the U.S. Army and was honorably discharged on Sep-
tember 1, 1961.
Music was Socket's first love, coming from a family with a musical
background. Among the bands he sang with were 'The Trends",
"Tur and the Five Fingers" and of course, the popular "Milo and
Socket was also an avid sports fan, and actively participated in
baseball and softbalL He also managed a girls' team known as The
Jolly Sisters. He was also an excellent pool player and took part
in many tournaments.
He will always be remembered for his keen sense of humor and
his pleasant personalty, which won him many friends.
He will be sorely missed by his mother, relatives and the many
friends he acquired during his lifetime.
May he rest in peace.
Ronnie Roberts Leandre Roberts Melvin Gerard
Norman Anderson Lionel Roberts. Jr. Anselmo Peters
Calvin Lloyd Bill Fleming Clifford Benjamin, Jr. James Moorehead
Joseph Barbel Wallace Penn Sonny Parson Albert Fleming
Henry McClean Leo Mahoney Joseph Evans Sonny Brooks