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 dwayne a. somerville On Sunday, July 7, 2019 beloved husband of Iris L. Somerville; devoted father of Dwayne A. Somerville, II; son of Deacon John W. Somerville, Sr., and the late Audrey M. Somerville. He is also survived by three sisters, nine brothers, and a host of sisters-in-law,...

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To Iris & Dwayne Jr., my heartfelt thoughts go out to you in this extremely difficult time. May the Peace of our God shower down upon you as you and the family try to understand this process. We often don't understand, but GOD knows best and in time will help you to also.
You have a big family that cares and going through the same process, so lean on them when needed. Peace and Mercy be upon all of you.

To the entire Somerville Family,

May the good memories offer you comfort. You now have an angel watching over you. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Byron, Linda and Blake Harper

Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace. Amen.

Please accept my deepest and heartfelt condolences from the Crawford Family. May God continue to support your family in this time and forever.
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The Waters Family sends condolences to the Somerville Family. May your love one R.I.P.

I knew Dwayne as a young boy at St. Margaret's (K thru 3rd); I met his dad when I played 70lbs football (Coach Somerville) first man other than family that I respected; Then in 9th grade we renewed our acquaintance at McNamara, playing football together for 4 years, sharing classes and many moments as young boys growing into men; then there was Marcus, Keith & Kevin and Darryl..and of course big brother Jay, again a Somerville for a coach (he taught us the fraternity of team). When I...

When Iris called me on Sunday, the last thing I expected to hear was that Dwayne had passed. I have known Iris and Dwayne since our sons were classmates in middle school and Dwayne was our sons' basketball coach. As the death notice says, he was a husband, father, son, sibling, and relative to so many people. He was also a Man of God, coach, mentor, friend, and more. He is gone but will not be forgotten as his imprint is in our hearts.

Iris and the family (and others of us who knew...

To Deacon Somerville and all members of the family of Dwayne Somerville, please know that you are in my prayers and thoughts during this difficult time. May God give you peace and comfort.

My heartfelt condolences are extended to the Somerville family. Remembering Dwayne from our grade school days at St. Margaret's as classmates. Rest in Heavenly Peace Brother Dwayne. To God Be The Glory!