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R.I.P. he loved his culture, condolence to his family
R.I.P. my brother
DITTO
What a turnout, and what a send-up he had last Friday- wonderful singing, pan playing, and the pastor's incredible sermon!
Go in Peace, Sighting.
RIP. condolences to the family...
I knew him for years as the classy pannist, well dressed and loved to perform. I was proud to see him play in the train station..he represented TNT well, he will be deeply missed.

Antoine Shawn "Prince" Perez
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great cultural ambassador
remember him playing in the subway in ny on a visit there many years ago
also remember him from early phase 2
peace and blessings and we will meet again
R.I.P Jeffrey the people on the subway will miss you and i allso you were the best dress pan player on the sub way i hope others will take that from you your time with us was will appreciated God Bless R.I.P
From my family and I condolences to the family and friends of Jeffrey on this very sad occasion he was indeed a kindhearted, thoughtful, and tallented individual. and as a former Phase 11 player we had a special connection, every time he visited he would seek my opinion on pan issues he even presented me with a signed copy of his latest C.D.
MAY THE MOST HIGH GOD BLESS HIS SOUL

FROM HIS FRIEND IN PAN
STRETCH
All the Brooklyn Warriors are falling by the wayside. Peace and Love to the Family and to Sighting, Thanks for the music and culture.
RIP Jeffrey Pan.
may u rest in perfect peace Jeffrey

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