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Derek Bradley Russell Jr., 31yrs., a resident of Eaton Rd., Yellow Elder deid at his residence on 28th April, 2012.
He is survived by his mother: Patricia Johnson-Brice; father; Derek Russell Sr.; 1 son: Derek Russell III; 5 brothers, 5 sisters & a host of other relatives & friends.
Funeral Service for Devon Unwar "Beef" Butler, age 34 of Ford Close and formerly of Market Street who died on May 15th 2012 will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Arrow of Deliverance Pentecostal Church, Cox Way. Officiating will be Rev. Don Darius Butler, Rev. Dr. Robert A. Butler and Rev. Luther Thurston. Interment will follow in the Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard Roads.
He is survived by his: Mother: Minister Suzanne Marie Butler; Father: Reuben Gray of Freeport, Grand Bahama; Three Brothers: Dkcruma Alexander Carey, the Reverend Dr. Robert Andrew Butler and the Reverend Don Darius Butler of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Adopted Brother: Minister Oscar Seymour; Two Sisters-in-law: Woman Marine Claudine Carey and LaKeisha Butler; One Nephew: Devonté Butler; One Niece: Rhodrica Lafleur Grandmother: Mae Louise Adderley Grandfather: Alfred Bullard; Six Uncles: Winston and Leroy Bullard, Derek and Assistant Superintendent of Police Julian Butler, Erskine Gray and Elder John Reckley; Fifteen Aunts: Evangelist Michelle Reckley, Mae Mary, Nina, Linda and Deaconess Sherry Bullard, Aubrianna, Wilma, Zsa-Zsa, Sherry, Tammika and Sergeant Dornell Butler of the Royal Bahamas Police Force, Ella and Mavis Gray, Carrie Gardner and Charity Carey; God Parents: Ruth Mae Saunders of Freeport Grand Bahama, Phyllis Dorsette of Miami Florida, Rose Armbrister and Nelson Bethel of Freeport, Grand Bahama; Grand Uncles: Winston Starlin Duncombe and Family, Charles Butler and Family of Los Angeles California, Clement Johnson, and Elder Leonard Dames Sr., Grand Aunts: Ella Richardson and Family of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Barbra Duncombe, Dorothy Dames and Family, Kathleen Demeritte and Family, Marjorie Johnson and Family, Thelma and Virgina Butler and Families, Rosetta Johnson and Family and Andrea Dawkins and Family, Della Bullard and Effie Evans and Families Cousins: Crystal Nixon, Engle McGregor, LeRon, Lashad, Alesha, Raheem, Winston Jr., and Destiny Bullard, Yuri and Leah Seymour and Makia Monroe, Erica and Cecil Stubbs, Shacara, Jimmy, Ricardo, Eric and Camille Butler, Kenva and Joanel Philippe, Kristen and Julian Jr. Butler, Kendon and Keigley Capron and Shacara Brice, Mae-Roni, Terrecita, Brent, Tanya, Nina, Rhona, and Winston Duncombe, Roy, Angela, Linda, Simeon, Lisa, Wilfred, Lynden, Carol, Keisha, Marvin, Antoinette, Royln, Shaunte, Simeon Jr., Wilfred Jr., Alfred, and Shonae Richardson, Mark, Daily, Quincy, Dexter, Tamara, Tasha and Tiffany Duncombe, Lynden Dean and Family; Other Family and Friends: Adline Mitchell and Family, Vernell Richardson and Family, The Saunders, Issmae Rahming and Family, Andrea Moss and Family, Cyril, Verna Stubbs and Family, Emerson and Carnet Pinder and Family, Essie Laing and Family, Elizabeth Clarke and Family, The entire Duncombe Family, The entire Butler Family, The entire Gibson Family, The entire Gray Family, The entire Bullard Family, Leroy Richards and Family, Belinda Pratt and Family, Lubin Baptiste, Denise Riley and Family, Linda Lafleur and The Carey Family, George Delancey and Family, Arthur, Samuel and John Strachan and Families, The Seymour Family, The Morley Family, Maria Lynes and Family, Jackie Richardson and Family, Olga Deveaux and Family, Polly Bodie and Family, Patrona Bethel and Family, Helena Poitier and Family, Ellen Young and Family, Glenda McIntosh, Sabrina and Rita Higgs, John Roll and Family, Althea Farrington and Family, Marcus Saunders and Ruth Mae Reckley Family, Elder Patricia Warner, Rosetta Hamilton and Family, Pearl Rhodriguez and Family, Florence Taylor and Family, Ruth Mae Rose and Family, The Cox Family, The Coconut Grove and Ridgeland Park Communities, Rev. Ronald and Katie-Ann Rollins, Rev. Christopher Roberts, Bishop George and Rev. Saveletta Fowler and The Final Hour Church and School Family, Bishop Albert Hepburn and The United Christian Church Family, Rev. Luther Thurston and The Seed Outreach Family, The Redemption Gospel Church Family, The Community Tabernacle Baptist Church Family, Rev. R. E. Cooper and The Mission Baptist Church Family, Bishop Trevor Williamson and the Trinity Full Gospel Baptist Church Family, Rev. John Henry Inniss and The Arrow of Deliverance Church Family, Pastor Lorene Russell and the Love Worth Finding Ministry, Deliverance Revival Center Church Family, The staff of the Anatol Rodgers High School, The Staff of the Royal Bahamas Defense Force, The Staff of the Operating Theaters of P.M.H. and Doctors Hospital and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary #36 Rosetta Street, Palmdale from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday at the Church from 10 a.m. on Saturday until service time.
Funeral Service for the Late Dorene Ester-Mae Rolle, 51 years of Claridge Dale Gardens, will be held on Saturday May 26th, 1:30 p.m. at New Bethlehem Baptist Church, Independence Drive. Rev'd. Dr. Everett Brown, Rev'd. Helen McPhee and Rev'd. Dr. Marina P. Sands will officiate. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.
She is survived by her Mother: Minister Irene King; Tw0 Daughters: Shantell Steed, Benkisha Rolle; Two Sons: Emmanuel Rolle, Edward Braithwaite; One Brother: Dr. Rudolph King; Two Aunts: Gracie King, Gwendolyn King; Cousins: Naomi Roberts, Granville, Perry, Terry And Rochelle King, Whitney, Terrance, Orson, And Brian Mortimer, Min. Dorian Cox, Dr. Lina Mortimer-Rayes; Kenneth King ,Apell King, Adrian King, Keysha King-Doziere Of Miami Florida, Otive Brice-King, Shervin King, James And Hiram Dawkins, Deloris Fernander, Hartman Dawkins, Rev'd. Christopher King, Joseph King, Harry King, Ezra King, Huey King, Samuel Hunter, Cordell King-Hunter, Redell King-Hubbard, Idel King- Burrows, Christine King- Seymour, Elouise King, Maxine King, Minister Charlotte Brown, Michelle Sands, Sheila Sands , Rev'd. Michael, Charles and Sidney Sands, Derek Mackey, Jestina Rolle, David Rolle, Rev'd. Helen McPhee, Kim Hanna, Jackie Smith-McPhee, Shannon McPhee, Shantice McPhee, Ronnie Pratt, Sherry Pratt, Deidre Pratt, Rev'd. Garnet King, Ruth King-Outten, Dora King-Bethel, Paul King, Firstina King-Hepburn, Thelma Rolle, Derek Bowleg, Coral Bonamy, Leslie Bowleg, and Rev'd. Etienne Bowleg, Stephanie Bowleg-McKenzie, Vanria King-Davis, Paulette King-Nairn, Dorothy King-Miller, Ernestine King, Sandra King-Storr, Arthur King Jr. Bradley King , Nora King-Newbold, Etherly King-Gibson, Pearl King-Adderley, Alberta King- Hall, Cynthia King-Stubbs, John King, Rose King, Alverne King, Carol King- Ingraham, Celeste King, Rev'd Percy King, Alton McKenzie, Stephan McKenzie, Emily King-Osadebay , Jackie King-Micklewhite, Delores King-Saunders, Ingrid King, Eleanor King- Conliffe, Clement King, Lowell King, Kerlin King, Octavia King-Johnson, Gladys King-Sands, David Seymour, Hartman Moncur And Family, Alice, Moncur; And a Host Of Other Relatives & Friends Including: Charles Braithwaite Jr., Charles Braithwaite Jr., Laniccina Adderley, Christopher Adderley, Edwin Rolle, Percina Rolle, Beverley Rolle, Sharon Rolle, Esthermae Rolle, Princess Smith, And Vandmae Rolle-Albury, The King Foundation Family, Salute To Greatness Awards Family, The King, Seymour Moncur Family, Bahamas Inflight Catering Staff, Ministry Of Education Faculty, Ministry Of Sports Faculty, Staff, Deep Creek Bar & Lounge (Fish Fry), Tims Air- Conditioning Staff, Yellow Strawberry Beauty Salon & Spa Staff, Ferg's Beauty Parlor (Bettyanne); and Many More Family And Friend's Too Numerous To Me Mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 12:00 noon until service time.
Veteran trade union executive Leo Douglas is insisting employees at the Radisson at Our Lucaya property have nothing to lose if they decide to switch to the Commonwealth Union, despite what executives of the Union presently representing them say.
Douglas, who was disappointed in recent comments Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) First Vice-president Godfrey Brice made last week regarding the upcoming poll for Our Lucaya employees, said he wanted to set the record straight.
In fact, Douglas said he felt a duty to ensure that union members, and those in the wider public, are not misled because they are simply not well versed in union law.
The BHCAWU is the bargaining agent for the ...
Beyond everything else that his extended resume speaks to, Dr. Norman Gay is most passionate these days, about athletes getting regular health check-ups. This is certainly what he wants for all and sundry, but the good doctor harbors a deep concern for athletes.
Many athletes think regular competition translates into excellent health. Dr. Gay is about as well-rounded an individual as one could find anywhere. He was a versatile athlete who starred in college, regionally and locally in volleyball, baseball, softball and body building. Dr. Gay, near the end of his competitive days, also became one of the nation's best ever sports administrators.
He was a successful politician. Dr. Gay is the anti-aging master, known the world over for his methods and advocating that lives could last much longer. He preaches health care. Dr. Gay would tell all who wish to listen about the numerous health issues that don't surface for long periods. One day, an athlete simply blacks out during competition and dies. Here in The Bahamas we've seen loved ones, dear friends and sports colleagues go out that way.
We read and hear about such incidents throughout the world, often. Yet, it has seemed that the tragedies never really hit home. There would be periods of mourning and expressed awareness by athletes, but soon thereafter, the back to business as usual mindset prevailed. The usual nonchalance regarding health check-ups would become the norm, particularly in our country, according to Dr. Gay.
The athletes who can afford to do so, pop expensive substances, "legal" and sometimes "illegal" with little care to what the negative results could be. Then, there are those who insist they can't pay for the regular check-ups, or don't have the time for them. Dr. Gay and his peers lament the situation constantly.
I believe though, in a very strange way, Dr. Gay's preaching will not fall on so many deaf ears any more. The sports world has been focused on Fabrice Muamba, the midfielder who collapsed and died on March 17 during a soccer game between his team Bolton Wanders and Tottenham in England.
For a full 78 minutes, he was dead, according to doctors. Then, miraculously his life came back. A month later he is out, walking around and talking about his "death" experience. I make no case that Muamba (age 24) was a tragedy waiting to happen. I do not know his health history. Whatever the case however a message has been sent out across the globe to athletes.
It is in their heads now that even a healthy-looking young soccer star could drop dead during competition. I was in London when Muamba went public about his recovery. It was a big topic, rivalling political, economic and other prime stories.
Health check-ups are important. Muamba came back to life. God only, knows the reason or reasons. It is certain though, more and more athletes will start paying greater attention to whether there is anything abnormal going on, no matter how small.
(To respond to this column, kindly contact Fred Sturrup at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Police Staff Association (PSA) officials announced yesterday that Sergeant Dwight Smith has been re-elected as executive chairman of the association.
Smith noted yesterday that the majority of the PSA's 2,200 members participated in the election, held last week Thursday at various polling stations across New Providence and on Grand Bahama.
He further noted that there was a need to establish additional positions within the PSA, including an executive director, a chief welfare officer and an information and events officer, to increase the professional capacity of the organization.
Newly-elected executive member Corporal Kevin Farrington is now the PSA's legal aid & right officer.
"This position has been established to protect the officers' legal and constitutional rights," said Smith during a press conference at PSA headquarters on Bank Lane.
"This is the first legal position established to help police officers deal with the increase of litigation sweeping through our police force.
"It will also educate and advise officers on the art of not falling or yielding to temptation or corruption, as we have seen far too many officers before the courts or dismissed from the force for unwanted behavior or illegal acts."
The majority of last year's board was re-elected, with a few notable changes. Constable Darius Sealy is the new assistant welfare officer in the Family Islands.
The executive secretary position is now filled by Sergeant Lisa Saunders Armbrister, who replaces Corporal Prescott Pinder. Constable Kirk Bastian, who was previously assistant treasurer, is now the executive treasurer. Inspector Warren Johnson has been appointed deputy chairman in New Providence.
The positions of deputy chairman, Grand Bahama and chief welfare officer, Grand Bahama are still held by Sergeants Darrell Weir and Chris Barr respectively.
Corporal Leonard Barr has replaced Corporal Innez Miller as chairman of private engagement. Corporal Claudius Collie has replaced Corporal Theresa Stuart as deputy chairman of private engagement.
Corporal Nicola Mackey retained her position as assistant secretary, while Constable Kirk Bastian, who previously held the post of assistant treasurer, has been elected as executive treasurer, replacing Inspector Kenery Stubbs.
Constable Jacqueline Jones has been appointed as the public relations officer, replacing Lashawn Brice. Constable Latroy Bodie has been elected as the assistant treasurer. Constable Ernie Barr, who was previously the deputy chairman for Grand Bahama, is now the chairman of private engagement, replacing Corporal Lincoln Dawkins. Constable Gerard Miller now holds the position of sergeant of arms.
The polling stations on New Providence were at police headquarters on East Street, the police college on Thompson Boulevard and the PSA's offices on Bank Lane. In Grand Bahama, the lone polling station was at the PSA office on Mahogany Street in Freeport.
Smith pointed out that the association has become an international member of the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) for the first time in the history of the police force. NAPO is a coalition of police unions and associations from across the United States, that serve to advance the interests of that nation's law enforcement officers through legislative and legal advocacy, political action and education. Smith sits on NAPO's executive board, which is also a first for The Bahamas.
"This will enable us to actually look at our counterparts and see how they do policing," Smith said. "We can send officers to those various places for training that we may deem necessary, to help us police our Bahamaland," he added.
An old favorite in the Bahamian marketplace has been given a modern spin.
Ezminutes.com, a business recently launched by Nekia Brice, is tapping into the lesser-known e-commerce sector. And so far, the approach appears to be working. To date, more than 10,000 phone cards have been sold online as a result of Ezminutes.com.
Brice told Guardian Business that Ezminutes.com allows anyone from anywhere in the world to instantly purchase a phone card, using any internet-enabled device.
She said the company has already begun to lead the way in The Bahamas' e-commerce industry.
"We are at the dawn of the internet age here, in order for businesses to be able to compete in the future they would need to incorporate internet technology or be left with no business at all," according to Brice.
"With The Bahamas being an offshore jurisdiction for financial services, it is prime for an e-commerce boom in the near future. We want businesses to know that yes it is possible to obtain a Bahamian merchant account for accepting credit cards online. Once setup, the funds are cleared in a local bank account.
"Ezminutes.com is a Bahamian online small business which operates solely through e-commerce. We have proven it is possible and we hope to inspire others."
She pointed out that Ezminutes.com is optimized for easy navigation and few clicks from any mobile device, tablet or computer. Customers receive the pins on the website instantly once a purchase is complete. Purchases can be made using any visa or master, debit or credit card.
Brice revealed to Guardian Business due to the company's local success, plans are underway to expand to other countries. She hopes to launch a similar service in the UK by the end of 2012.
Once completed, customers will also be able to purchase UK top up vouchers for all major mobile providers, including T-Mobile, Vodafone, 02, Orange and Three.
Brice said this service will primarily target customers in the UK and anyone outside of the UK who wishes to keep their UK prepaid mobile number active.
Ezminutes.com is a product of Websoft E-Business Solutions, which provides consulting and development of online businesses in The Bahamas and throughout the world.
Brice's success comes as manager of e-commerce at MWF Group Bahamas, Damien Forsythe, recently told Guardian Business that the country is still missing out on a golden opportunity to cash in on the e-commerce sector.
Forsythe encouraged banks to provide more merchant services, as it would not only help local businesses grow but also help the overall economy by embracing this sector.
"I don't know if they are aware of the potential of those types of services," he said.
"They have really held back local businesses that want to sell online domestically and internationally. I think the banks are not thinking about it and have not been forced to think about it," he shared.
Bank of The Bahamas announced in February that it plans to launch a formal e-commerce program in the coming months.
Funeral Service for ELDER SHIRLEY JUDY "PET" BROWN aged 53 years of Faith Avenue who died on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012 will be held on Sunday, June 3rd at 2:00pm at Kemp Road Ministries, Kemp Road. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Ivan Ford Butler, Jr. assisted by Other Ministers Of The Gospel. Interment will be made in Lakeview Memorial Gardens and Mausoleums, John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Road.
Left to cherish her memories: Her beloved Sons: Tiko and Stevon and Adopted daughter: Italia "JJ"; Her Sisters: Modena McPhee, Maxine Newton, Ruth Williams, Patricia Brown, Zella Symonette and Hollyann Brown; Her Brothers: James Darville of Houston, Texas, Ralph "Dick", Ulis Jr., Gregory, Dexter, Eglerton, Michael and David Brown; Brothers-in-law: Bishop Robert A. McPhee, Rev. Alfred Williams and Kenneth Symonette Sr.; Sisters-in-law: Marva Brown, Carolyn Darville of Houston, Texas and Pandora Darville of The Bluff, Eleuthera; Nieces and Nephews: Michelle and E. W. Hayes of Charlotte, North Carolina, Yvette and Shawn Knowles, Moleka McPhee, Robyn and Bishop Denczil Rolle, Lynette and Edward Benoit Sr., Deuel and Daythan Newton, Yasmin and Kenneth Newbold, Vernita, Jocond and Alfred Williams Jr., Veronique Knowles, Petra, Rasheed and Kenicka Brown, P.C. 2832 Kenneth Symonette, Jr. and Kenise Symonette, Kevon, Khasna, Kyle, Dijonaise, Diandrea, D'andrè and Marissa Brown, Chardell Gibson and Dexter Riley Jr., Numerous Grand Nieces and Nephews; (3) Uncles: Milton Saunders, George Brown and Ernest Munroe of Moss Town, Exuma; (3) Aunts: Mary Saunders, Corene Saunders of Orlando, Florida and Cora McKenzie of Barraterre, Exuma; Numerous Cousins including: Sheila and Ezra Curry, Maria, Marilyn, Vernita and Elrita Munroe, Esther James, Paulette Farrington, Germaine White, Kayla Rolle, Henry and James Saunders; Deanne, Autie and Vandlyn McKenzie, Alice Whymms, Elizabeth Kelly, Kori, Alexander, Albert, Gary, Alexandria, Dino, Otis and Brayden Darville, Ginger and Elvira Hamilton of Deerfield, Florida. Sherman and Samuel Brown and Family, Francis Brown and Family of Black Point, Exuma, Beverley Robinson and Family, Ann Sweeting and Family and Annismae Smith; Adopted Mother: Louise Prosper; Godmother: Nellie Rolle; Godchildren: Emmanuel Butler, Giovanni Cargill, Ivana Deveaux, Jasmin Harper, Crystal Curtis, Gabriella Butler and Dwaniqua Collie; Other Relatives and Friends Including: The Rev. Dr. C.W. Saunders and Family, Rev. Dr. Ivan Ford and Dr. Joann Butler, Rev. Dr. Daisy and Barry Winder, Jennifer Sutherland, Deborah Bain, Francita and Ivan Deveaux, Deacon Gregory and Sherell Mortimer, Mother Ruth Flowers and Family, Dr. David & Rose Butler and Family, Magdeline Murphy and Family, Clarabell Charles and Family, Sherilyn Brown, Marion Taylor, Ennetta and John Sanford, Denise Saunders, Mahalia Bootle, Stephen Roberts and Family, Pamela Rolle and Family, Lydia Mckenzie and Family, Sandra Mortimer and Family, Vernie Rolle and Family, Everette Hart and Family, Ethlyn Rolle & Family, Hanna Brice and Family, Hazel Knowles and Family, Suzie Black & Family, Vanderlyn Moss, Gregory Coakley, Dorethea Rolle, Sharon Shea, Christine & Isamae Curtis and Family, Anastacia Ferguson, Shawn & Neka Mortimer, Shirley Cooper and Family, Ruth Delancy and Family, Amos and Cynthia Ferguson and Family, Sedika Elliott and Family, Kenneth and Stephanie Clarke and Family, Stella Major and Family, Nejara Farrington, Katrina Williams and Sylvia Daniels of Miami, Florida and SAC's Class of 1975. Neighbours: Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Claridge and Family, George Johnson and Family, Sandra Bain and Family, Jen Sweeting and Family, Blossie Smith and Family, Regina Albury and Family, Absolom Roach and Family, The Descendants of Henry and Rebecca Saunders, The Descendants of Mitchel and Albertha Brown of Black Point, Exuma, The staff and patrons of STS Gift Center especially Wilfred Sergent, The Ministry of Finance and Revenue Section Staff, especially The Lunch Bunch, The Pastoral, Leadership Team and members of Kemp Road Ministries including the Senior Saints and others too numerous to mention.
Viewing will be held at Clarke's Funeral Home #10 Tonique Williams-Darling Highway on Saturday, June 2nd from 10:00am to 4:00pm and on Sunday, June 3rd from 12:00 Noon at the church until service time.
Ruby Funeral Service
Mrs. Elma Margurite Johnson-Thompson age 79 years of #14 Dignity Gardens and formerly of Stanyard Creek Andros and Savannah Sound Eleuthera will be held on Saturday, June 02, 2012 at 11:30am at St. Agnes Anglican Church, Blue Hill Road North. The Venerable Archdeacon I. Ranfurly Brown, assisted by Fr. Neil Nairn will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.
The Radiance of this "Ruby of A Gem" will always glow in the hearts of her:
One Son: Sidney Bernard Jr.;
One Step Son: Scott Thompson;
Four Daughters: Judith Ellen, Joy Charlene Alison and Kerry Ferrell Thompson and Cheryl Donna-lee Arnett;
Eleven Grandsons: Elvis Jr. and Kelvin Cooper, Chal Burchard, Trey Bienaine, Oslee McCardy, Semeko and Shavard Arnett, Kenton and Kendron Fines, Leonard Jr. and Mateo Papageorge;
Twenty Three Granddaughters: Elvia and Tishonia Cooper, Shonique Moss, Antonia Young, Regena, Tamara, Tammy, Shianna, Diamond and Cherish Thompson, Renee Graves, Lisa Bullard, Keturah Farrington, Collene Clarke, Sanay Collie, Brittany, Bianca, Shavard, Jewel and Cheree Arnett, Anastacia, Dianna and Khloe Papageorge;
Eighteen Great Grandchildren: Elisea and Elianna Cooper, Duran Moss Jr., Zoria and D'Azurnae Scott, Carleeyah and Cailyn Young, Jazmen Green, Justin, Trinity, Lindsey and Jevaun Graves, Infiniti Arnett, Kaidyn and Kelson Auguste, Kayla, Zacary and Eton Bullard;
One Sister: Vernell Storr;
Twenty Nephews: Stafford Clarke, Kennedy and Mark Storr, Charles, Elwin, Shane, Lawrence and Terrence Carey, Vaughn, James and Jerry Gibson, Vernon, Elvin Jr., Glen, Larry, Vincent, Thaddeus, Hiram, Tyrone and Neville Thompson;
Ten Nieces: Jacqueline Bourque, Gwendolyn Brice-Sealy, Carolyn Storr, Patronia Crawford, Lenny Thompson, Deidre LaRoda, Vanessa Gibson, Sandra Carey, Gilda Dean and Calliope Longley;
One Uncle: Clarance Woodside;
Three Sons-in-law: Superintendent of Police Bruce Arnett, Leonard Papageorge and Trevor Ximinies;
Two Daughters-in-law: Delphine and Katherine Thompson;
One Sister-in-law: Closandra M. Gibson;
Two Godchildren: Marsha Gibson-Nottage and Melissa Kelly;
Other loving family and friends including: Harcourt Gibson, Ellen, Karen and Maxine Thompson, Dr. Anthony and Ellamae Davis, Stacy, Anthony and Wesley Bastian, Francoise Bourque, Carlotta Klass, Leonard and Shirley Papageorge, Leonard and Katherine Bullard, Annis Antrobus, Lindsey Graves, Trevor Ximines, Elvis Sr. and Tommika Cooper, Cailyn Young, Jade Hilton, Paul Sealy, Duran Moss Sr., Joe Whyms, Omar Stubbs, Inez Knowles, Stella Dorsette, Clarice Jones, Norma and Rozelda Woodside, Travis Deveaux, Eulease Johnson, Emerald Brown and their families;
Special Thanks To: Doctors and Nurses of Princess Margaret Hospital, Community of Savannah Sound, Staff of Parliamentary Registration Department, Department of Public Service, Atlantis Hotel, Sky Bahamas and Uniquely Bahamian.
Visitation will be in the "Sapphire Suite" Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road on Friday, June 01, 2012 from 10am to 1pm and at St. Agnes Anglican Church, Blue Hill Road North on Saturday, June 02, 2012 from 10:30am.