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Leslie “Sonnie” Orin Weekes (May 18, 1958 – February 25, 2023)

Leslie “Sonnie” Orin Weekes (May 18, 1958 – February 25, 2023)

Viewing Date: Saturday, March 11th, 2023
Viewing Time: 10:30 am to 11:30 pm
Viewing Location:  Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, 311 E. Broadway St., Oviedo FL. 32765
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Service Date:  Saturday,  March 11th, 2023
Service Time:  11:30 noon
Service Location:  Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, 311 E. Broadway St, Oviedo, FL.  32765
Reverend Charles Jones, Pastor

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                 LESLIE ORIN WEEKES


Leslie Orin Weekes, affectionately known as “Sonnie” was born on May 18, 1958 in Suddie, Essequibo Guyana, South America. Sonnie was the eldest of six children born to Waveney Yvonne and Leslie Udolrick Weekes.

The Weekes family settled in South Rumvieldt, Georgetown where Sonnie attained his primary and secondary school education at Lodge Government and Smith Church Schools. Upon graduation from high school, Sonnie attended Guyana Technical Institute where he graduated as a Certified Mechanic in 1973. He then worked at Bookers Garage from 1975 until he migrated to join his family in New Jersey in 1981.

In New Jersey, Sonny started a long career with Lynnes Nissan where he started as a specialist technician and worked his way up to a Master technician and then ASE Certified Master Auto Technician. When he left Lynnes in 1996, he was ranked the #2 National Technician.

Sonnie had a passion for computers and after teaching himself he attended Essex County College to study computer engineering. He then worked with Lockheed Martin and KPMG as a network engineer.

In 2011, Sonnie returned to Guyana to join his twin brother to work in the gold mines. It was then that he met his wife Natasha Mohammed. The family moved to Oviedo, Florida where they resided until his passing. Sonnie lived for his family and was the glue in every family occasion.

In His infinite wisdom, God almighty spoke gently to his son, Leslie “Sonnie” Orin Weekes on Saturday, February 25, 2023 and said, “Come unto me and I will give you rest from your labor.”

Sonnie is predeceased by his father Sonny Sr. He leaves to mourn his wife: Natasha; children: Sueann (Dominick, Mzee’Justice), Natasha, Asha, Tanashie and Leslie Jr; beloved mother: Waveney; brothers: Wesley (Roxanne), Daren (Sharlyn), Roger and Dexter; sisters: Monique, Janice, Desiree (Volville), Leslyn (Michael) and Coleen; nephews: Wesley Jr., Adio, Damani, Roger Jr., Isiah, Justin, Garth, Keron, Sheldon, Devon, Dewayne, Jemolt, Jamain, Dane, Vaughn and nieces: Jenelle, Uniqua, and Shaleedah.



  • Ingrid and Knowland Joseph Posted March 9, 2023 12:44 am

    Our deepest condolences from Ingrid and Knowland at the passing of Sonnie Weekes. May his soul rest in eternal peace, he will surely be missed.

  • Basil, Fay and Marvin Farrier and Hilton Weekes Posted March 9, 2023 9:10 pm

    From: The Farrier and/Weekes family To: The entire Sonnie Weekes family. Mom, please stay strong. Please accept our condolences on the sudden passing of our beloved friend/brother Sonnie Weekes. You ALL are in our thoughts and prayers, we know this is a difficult time, but stay strong in faith guys. Sonnie, thank you for your computer knowledge, anytime I called upon you for help you would always come to my rescue. May your soul rest in peace our friend and brother. God Bless!

  • Peter Seetram & Family Posted March 10, 2023 1:17 pm

    I wish I had words to lighten your pain but sometimes words are just not enough. Please accept my deepest condolences on your loss. The entire Weekes family is in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Clarence and Sylvia Terry Posted March 11, 2023 3:45 pm

    There are no words to lessen your pain, but we are thinking of you all during these difficult times. Wishing the Weekes family strength for today and hope for tomorrow.
    “Grief is not a sign of weakness nor a lack of faith, It is the price of Love”

  • Mario and Charon Motayne Posted March 11, 2023 4:03 pm

    Our sincere and heartfelt sympathies to the family. We know that losing a loved one is difficult. Words can never capture the sorrow and loss. Our prayer is that the sweet memories of the times spent with Sonnie and the hope of God’s promise of eternal life in heaven will bring you comfort.

    Rest in peace Sonnie.

    Mario and Charon

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