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March 23, 2012
Clyde Bethel, 78

Final Rites and Burial for the late Mr. Clyde Bethel, Age 78yrs, a resident of Kemp Rd, , will be held at St Margaret's Anglican Church, Kemp Road, at 11:00 am on Saturday 24th , March 2012. Officiating will be The Rev'd Fr. Oswald Pinder and The Rev'd Dr. Roland Hamilton and Interment will follow in the Churches Cemetery.

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May 17, 2012
Coleta Yvedna Moss-Lightbourne, 62

Sapphire Funeral Service
For

Mrs. Coleta Yvedna Moss-Lightbourne age 62 years of Onslow Circle Freeport Grand Bahama and formerly of Chester's Acklins will be held on Saturday, May 19, 2012 at 10am at Wesley Methodist Church, Malcolm Road East. Rev. Theophilus Rolle, assisted by Rev. Dr. C. B. Moss and Rev. Emily Demeritte will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.

The Radiance of this "Sapphire of A Gem" will always glow in the hearts of her:
Devoted Husband of 42 years: Bert E. Lightbourne Sr.;
Three Sons: Bruno, Bert Jr. and Bradlo Lightbourne;
One Daughter: Berlice Lightbourne-Pintard;
Two Grandchildren: Jaidan Lightbourne and Jordan Bartlett;
Two Daughters-in-law: Melba and Racquel Lightbourne;
One Son-in-law: Michael Pintard;
Five Brothers: Retired Police Inspector Charles "Stinger" Sr., Reverend Doctor C. B., Nathan, Bert and Randy Moss;
Three Sisters: Jacqueline Brown-Dorsett, Dianna and Anne Moss;
Two Uncles: Harrington Beneby of Florida, U.S.A. and Leroy Moss;
Three Aunts: Evangelist Nelliemae Ferguson, Lady Igrid Darling and Alma Cox of Florida, U.S.A.;
Three Brothers-in-law: Arthur Dorsett, Harry and Alvin Lightbourne;
One Sister-in-law: Francisca Moss;
Four Nephews: Carlton, D'Angelo and Police Constable 3474 Charles H. Moss Jr. and Harold Pinder;
Nine Nieces: Carolyn Moss, Carla Moss-Fitzgerald, Crystal Kemp, Sharon Farrington, Shanda Styles, Sharah Hackette, Shanova, Shakesha and Gloriann Moss;
Grandnieces and Grandnephews Including: Diamond Pearson;
Other loving family and friends including: Leonette Ferguson, Albertha Law, Sylvia and Dawswell Bevans, Greta Meadows, Audrey Darling, Mavis Darling-Hill, Eddison and Jackie Cox, Thaddeus Darling, Marie McDonald, Valarie Williams, Charlene Hanna, Douglas and Odette Lightbourne,  Iris and Cornelia Lightbourne, Laura Hepburn-Benson and family, Maurice and Lin Glinton, Kenneth and Lee Lightbourne, Margaret Taylor, Theresa Cumberbatch, Trudy Fuez, Lucy Weech, Clarence Wallace, Alecia Storr, Pastor Anne and Anthony Grant, Pastor Wellington and Cleo Ferguson, Everette and Rita Stuart, Dr. Levi Rolle, Karen Beneby, Iva Brown, Priscilla Rollins, Francita Brice, Naomi Butler, Macquella Smith, Evangeline Saunders, Dorcus Sawyer, Sandra Johnson, Maureen Campbell, Mazee Brusch, Larry and Bonnie Rolle, Urban Gibbs, Rev. Emmette and Ena Weir, Rev. Kenneth and Lynette Lewis, Rev Livingstone Malcolm, Rev Hilgrove Hamilton, Reverend Theophilus Rolle and the St. Paul's Methodist Church family, Mt. Olive Baptist Church family, the Rt. Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham and The Hon. Dr. Michael Darville.
Visitation will be in the "Emerald Suite" Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road on Friday, May 18, 2012 from 1pm to 6pm and on Saturday, May 19, 2012 at Wesley Methodist Church, Malcolm Road East from 9am.

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September 09, 2013
Crimestoppers, Cybots move on to next round in BGDBA playoffs

The mission just got a little harder for the Police Crimestoppers, now that they are into the second round of play in the Bahamas Government Departmental Basketball Association (BGDBA)...

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March 23, 2012
Damien Jaden Mason, 18 months

Funeral service for Damien Jaden Mason, 18 months, a resident of Big Pond, who died on 11th March, 2012, will be held at Independence Drive Church of God, Independence Highway, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Monique Lewis, assisted by Bishop Esrum Lewis. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.

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Demetrous Taylor, 42
January 07, 2011
Demetrous Taylor, 42

A funeral Service for Demetrous Taylor, 42, of Bullock's Harbour in the Berry Islands, who died on December 25, will be held at 11am on Saturday at St Bartholemew’s Anglican Church in Bullock's Harbour. Officiating will be Canon Ivor Ottrey. Interment will follow in Seaview Cemetery.
He is survived by his mother: Lillian Taylor; his stepfather: Alan Hanna; grandmother: Megan Taylor; brothers: Mitchell, Fredrick and Warren Taylor and Dino Hanna; Sisters: Jannette Taylor & Tiffany Saunders; brothers-in-law: Sidney Saunders; sisters-in-law: Shannel Taylor and Charlene Bartlette; Aunts: Debra bowleg, Vanria Heasty, Patsy & Wendy Kerr, Toni Kelly, Pamela Brice & Sheila Cox; Un ...

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May 03, 2012
Derek Bradley Russell Jr., 31

DEATH NOTICE
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.

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May 24, 2012
Devon Unwar Beef Butler, 34

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.

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May 24, 2012
Dorene Ester-Mae Rolle, 51

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.

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December 21, 2010
Douglas:Resort's employees have nothing to lose if they switch unions

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 ...

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April 27, 2012
Dr. Gay preaches health check-ups for athletes

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 sturrup1504@gmail.com)

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