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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.
Last rites for Ethel Bessiemae Curtis, 61, of Pinewood Gardens and formerly of Harts, Exuma will be held on Saturday at 11:00 A.M. at Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, Pigeon Plum Street, Pinewood Gardens. Officiating will be Pastor Daniel Nottage assisted by Pastor Bruce Davis and Overseer Randolph Deleveaux. Interment in Woodlawn Gardens.
She is survived by her Husband: Deacon Simeon Curtis; four daughters: Karen Rolle, Shantell Rolle, Idena and Nakeisha Curtis; three sons: Simeon Jr., Marvin and Wendon Curtis; fifteen grandchildren: William Rolle Jr., Martin Jr., Donavon, Shaquille and Jonathon Rolle, Jerome and Darren Wallace, Marvin Jr. and Alexio Curtis, Dario and Darren Turnquest, Felicia Wallace, Alexis Rolle, Kishna and Alexia Curtis; one sister: Margaret Goddard; three brothers: Charlie and Hillard Minns and Neville Curry; adopted brother: Steven Romer; two sons-in-law: William Rolle Sr. and Martin Rolle Sr.; six aunts: Annie Lloyd, Emma Rodriquez, Marlene Smith, Margaret Patton, Morlene Josey and Leotha Mcphee; one uncle: Michael Minns; numerous nieces and nephews including Nickell, Shavonne, Ricardo, Darren, Sean, Keyon, Kavanna, Hilleon and Hillarie Minns, Recarno Nixon, and Kenneva Goddard, Ismae Gibson, Christine, Ethel, Raffletta, Idamae, Cyprianna, Theresa and Cathyann Curtis, Melvina, Geneva and Lenora Williams, Kendrick Curtis, Rodney Williams; three sisters-in-law: Ermma Minns, Doris Curtis, Madeline Williams; 3 Brothers-in-law: Claudius and Ikel Curtis and Rocka Williams; other relatives and friends including Hanna Brice and Family, Hilbert Flowers and Family, William Rolle and Family, Claudette Moncur and Family, Winifred Bain and Family, Cherry Thompson and Family, Ena Wright and Family, Missy Taylor and Family, Gwen Spence and Family, Ena Rolle and Family, Ivey Minns and Family, Rosalie Rolle and Family, Marian Sweeting and Family, Cedric Curry and Family, Nellie Curry and Family, Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church Family, Pastor Bruce Davis and Family, Ministry of Finance Department, Pastor Victor Johnson, The New Dimension Ministry Family, New Birth Kingdom Center Family, Bahamas Food Services Family.
The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M. and at the church on Saturday from 10:00 A.M. until service time.
Funeral service for Eunice Lorraine Anderson, age 59 years, of Petrea Street, Eastwood Subdivision will be held on Saturday May 19th, 2012 at 10:30 a.m., at New Lively Hope Baptist Church, Jerome Avenue and Chesapeake Road. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. A. Shelton Higgs, Rev. Hilbert Flowers, Rev. James Pennerman, Minister Julian V. Anderson and Minister Paula Moncur. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Solider Road.
Left to cherish her fondest memories are her daughter: Ashley Lorell Sweeting; one sister: Marjorie Anderson of Miami Florida; one brother: Claudius Anderson of Chicago Illinois; one sister-in-law: Patricia Anderson, nieces and nephews: Sandra, Terrence and Julian Anderson, Michelle and Freddie Robinson, Todd Anderson, Carla and Jason Hollis, Amber and Anishka Anderson, Patrice, Sherryann, Shantell, Charlene, Gwennie and Shenique Anderson, Silrita and Timothy Knowles, Claudette Anderson and Catherine Webb; grand nieces and nephews including: Khalin, Julian, Calvin and Julianne Anderson, Kasha, Alicia (Donnie) and Fred (JR) Robinson, Erica and Thomas Irvine, Rodney Williams, Percival (PJ) Curry, Deann Anderson and Christian Burrows; great grand nieces and nephews; other family members: Olive Vernett, Antoinette Curtis and family, Carolyn Sands, Myrtle Dean, Lucy Sands, Laverne Marche, the Andersons, Thompsons, Gibson, Sands and Delancy descendants of Deep Creek, Eleuthera, the Penn family, Ball's Alley family, Miriam Finley and Sheniqua Saunders, Leonie and Mavalo Duncanson, Vernell and Marsha Fawkes and family and The Pratt family; Special Friends and Neighbours: Tyrone Sweeting and children, Rose Thompson and family, Lillian Smith and family, Helen Rolle and family, Shirley Knowles and Wilfred Dorsett, Idamae Williams and family, Mary Clarke and Louise Ritchie, Vera Bain, Sonia Knowles and Veronica Jones, Mr. Harry and Audrey Knowles and children, The neighbours of Petrea Street and Angel Road, Eastwood Subdivision, Judy Knowles and Sharon (Sherry) Williams and family, Carolyn Seymour and Family, Jane Davis and family, Jackie Brice and family, Steve and Charlene Simmons, Steven and Magdalene Wilson and family, Lynette Minnis and Glynnis Rolle, Dulcie Armbrister and family, Clara (Mama) Dean, Valarie Dean and Dorothy Smith, Geraldine Higgs, Deborah Hall, Roscoe Sturrup, Persis Mackey, Dorothy Kemp, Randy and Christa Thurston and family; god children: Anndra Alday, Alvardo Deaveaux, Eugene (Ghandi) Clarke, Brunee Dorsett and Aldreco Rolle, Friends from Miami Florida: Margaret Brown, Janet Brown and family; Former colleagues of Batelco Poinciana and Camperdown Offices, Colleagues from the Telephone Department of Princess Margaret Hospital: Marina Laing -Supervisor, Grace Stubbs, Christine Toote, Eva Roker, Sandy Bethel, Deondra Butler, Keisha Pinder, Tabitha Josey, Nadia Saunders, other staff members of Princess Margaret Hospital, Nurses and Doctors at Princess Margaret Hospital: Dr. Eugene Gray, Dr. Akeem Minnis, Dr. Magnus, Dr. Munroe, Dr. Colette Thompson, Dr. Farquharson, Dr. Ricky Davis, Nurses of the Eye ward, Sister Pinder and Sister Butler; Church Family: Rev. Dr. A. Shelton and Lady Ingrid Higgs, Rev Hilbert and Victoria Flowers, Rev. James and Margaret Pennerman along with Ministers and the officers and members of New Lively Hope Baptist Church.
Friends may pay their last respects at Butlers' Funeral Homes & Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday May 18th, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and at the church on Saturday May 19th, 2012 from 9:30 a.m. until service time.
While a leading catastrophe modeling firm has revised its insurance losses estimate for Hurricane Irene, local experts believe the number is still grossly exaggerated.
AIR Worldwide reduced the losses for The Bahamas to between $200 and $400 million, down from its August 26th $300-to$700 million estimate.
But Brice Ferguson, president of Professional Insurance Consultants, said the revised figure was still "ridiculous".
In fact, Ferguson said the true figure to be closer to $30 million, and believes the manner in which firms collect the data is not only inaccurate, but could also be costing local premium payers.
"We continually talk to [the reinsurers], but the problem is they tend to sit in their glass towers, get the computer models and slavishly go by them instead of getting out here themselves, which in the old days they used to do," Ferguson told Guardian Business.
"[The computer models] are very inaccurate, and nothing can beat people on the ground for assessing the damage that was actually caused."
Better loss estimation by the major reinsurers in London, Zurich, Munich and France could result in lower premiums for Bahamian property owners, according to Ferguson. The modeling does not take into account many of the on-the-ground realities such as the protection reefs lend New Providence to mitigate potential damage on this island, he added.
"They lump us in with the US ... it makes it difficult to get the insurance that we want at the price we want," Ferguson said.
He pointed to the fact that Bahamians were paying comparable home insurance premiums to those paid in Jamaica, despite the fact that Jamaica's property owners are exposed to earthquake risk as well.
But according to President and CEO of Bahamas First, Patrick Ward, Bahamians may be spared unduly inflated premiums due to the close relationship local insurers have with their reinsurers. In a separate interview, he told Guardian Business that while he did not know where AIR was getting its numbers from, in terms of actual assumptions for insured properties, reinsurers were more likely to rely on feedback from the local market and real time "actuals" rather than the computer estimates.
"[AIR's estimates] would have had an impact, and a negative impact if it weren't for the fact that local companies are in direct communication with the reinsurers, which ultimately will be the determinant factor," Ward said.
He stated that the industry consensus was placing insured losses at between $30 and $40 million.
To arrive at more accurate insured loss estimates going forward, Ward said AIR must better analyze actual data and calibrate their forecasting models accordingly.
According to AIR, its revision was based on a refinement of information about how many properties were actually insured, based on feedback from local experts during its recent damage survey, and a reanalysis of what insurers of a "significant" portion of the market detailed their exposure to be.
AIR noted that its estimate represented all insured properties in The Bahamas - not just those insured by Bahamian companies.
From Ferguson's perspective, however, it's highly unlikely the handful of Bahamian properties insured offshore would bridge the $170 to $360 million gulf between the local and AIR's estimates. Resort properties such as Atlantis, Sandals and Breezes have offshore insurers, but based on what is known about their damages, "it's not going to make a huge difference", said Ferguson.
"Since [the] initial posting, AIR conducted a damage survey in the Bahamian islands of New Providence, Eleuthera, Abaco, and Green Turtle Cay," said Scott Stransky, scientist at AIR Worldwide.
"The levels of observed damage from both wind and flood were consistent with expectations and with AIR model results. Wind damage to well-built concrete structures was limited to the roof, as the model indicates, while the less prevalent wooden structures suffered more substantial damage. Well-engineered commercial properties typically suffered significant damage to signage."
FREDRICKA GARDINER, 62, of Gordon Avenue, Freeport, Grand Bahama died at the Rand Memorial Hospital, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Saturday, December 3, 2011.
She is survived by her husband: Gerald Gardiner; children: Randal, Wayne, Gerard and Elon; adopted daughters: Tonia Provenznano, Tiffany Brice and Tamanika Butler; grandchildren:
Gerard Jr. Elkino, Germaerico, Tyrece, Daeshanel and Jaden Gardiner, Elondra and Jaden Gardiner, Joshua, Randi and Reanna Gardiner, and Wayne Gardiner Jr.; sisters: Roslyn Rolle, Catherine Owen and Mavis McQueen (Marsha Harbour, Abaco) and Virginia Curry; brother: Arlington George McQueen Sr.; numerous nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.
After being crowned the 2010 champions of St. Pauls Baptist Church first ever Eddie "Marker" Rahming basketball classics and with the holiday season in full swing, the New Breed Sporting Club will travel to a family island tournament.
Coach Dino "Pott" Flowers along with Patrick Brice will lead the team to the first ever Holiday Classic Tournament in Cooper's Town, Abaco.
Coach Stanford Davis, President of New Breed Sports Club said that many teams have signed up for this event including two teams out of Freeport, Grand Bahama along with The Dynamic Dolphins, Tripple "J" Warriors, Treasure ...
Funeral Service for MS. FLORA MAE GIBSON, 62, of #N6 Frobisher Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama will be held on Saturday, October 29, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at The Chapel at Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, #11-A Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama. Officiating will be Rev. Brian Sands. Cremation will follow.
Left to cherish her fond and precious memories are her husband: Benjamin Gibson; daughter: Brenda Mae Morrison; adopted daughters: Anita Smith-Lewis and Shaniqua Miller; father: Maxwell Hinsey; grandchildren: Shelton Bethel, Walter Kemp Alencia and Allan Brice, and Tyrika Mitchell; adopted grandchildren: Nikita, Renaldo and Valentino Smith; great grandchildren: Deangelo Kemp and Sheld ...
Flora Mae Gibson, 62, of Frobisher Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama died at her residence on Sunday, October 16, 2011.
She is survived by her daughter: Brenda Mae Morrison; grandchildren: Shelton Bethel, Allan and Alancia Brice, Walter Kemp and Tyrika Mitchell and a host of other relatives and friends.
Funeral Arrangement will be announced at a later date.
Funeral Service for Flossie Corrinda Virgil Thurston, Age 67 years, of Sisal Road, Golden Gates No. 1 and formerly of Hard Hill, Acklins, will be held on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at 10:00 am.
Church: Church of God of Prophecy
Address: East Street Tabernacle
Officiating: Bishop Sterling Moss
Assisted by: Others Ministers of the Gospel
Interment: Western Cemetery, Nassau Street
Left to cherish her memories and continue her legacy are her husband: Alexander Thurston; one son: Adrian Thurston; three daughters: Holly Rolle, Lakeisha Tucker and Gillian Thurston; one adopted son: Doswell Coakley; one adopted daughter: Karen Delancy; one daughter-in-law: Olgin Thurston; two sons-in-law: Peter Rolle and GilChris Tucker; three brothers: Wellington, Minister Edward and Clehenford Virgil; one sister: Rosetta Beneby; nine sisters-in-law: Doralyn Bain, Claudine, Althea and Mirthlere Virgil, Lillis, Adlere and Aretha Thurston, Gerawine Williams and Rosemary Seymour; three brothers-in-law: Minister Neville Seymour, Leo Thurston and Leon Hannah; six grand-daughters: Aaliyah and Jasmine Thurston, Crystal Tucker, Ashley Dean, Dashnique and Monalisa Rolle; four grandsons: Joshua and Nathan Thurston, Jaden and Javon Tucker; one adopted grandson: Donald Nairn; numerous nieces and nephews including: Richard, Kendrick, Cleejay and Cleejece Virgil, Father James Palacious, Eugene, Frederick and Eric Wilchombe, Pam Palacious, Asst. Commissioner of Police Hulan Hannah and family, Derek Bain and family, Elvina, George, Godfrey, Shenique, Nyeisha and Natalia Delancy, Mario and Tellis Virgil, Ellaine Gomez, Vernon, Aniska, Violet, Racquel and Keno Beneby, Valreta Rolle, Edward, Christopher and Christina Virgil, Sidney Bain, Gaylene Seymour, Kenyetta and Theodore Bain, Crystal, Celeste, Leoche, Leechea, Loretta, Lakisca, Christian and Anwar Thurston, Lorinique Thurston, Theresa Rigby, Joanne, Sonia and Kirkwood Brennen, Charles, Ruebin, Nathan, Elgin, Shanna, Rhonda, Loveania and Natasha Thurston, Richard Delancy, Captain Boris Delancy, Neressa, Nevron, Lana and Abegale Seymour, Minister Susan Griffin, Janet Thurston, Deniece Bethel, Petrina Rolle, Robert, Everette and Cyril Thurston, George Rolle, Lablourne, Lornette and Preston Hanna, Valencia Huyler, Derek, Alwrick and Darren Dorsett and Demond Thurston; numerous other relatives and friends including: Neville Harisson and family, Alvena Beneby, Hetcema Williams, Geneva Lewis, Florrie Stevens, John and Linroy Symonette, Francis and Elizabeth Claridge, Doswell Coakley, Gladstone and Ruth Thurston and family, Rose Greene, Daphne Simmons, Rolston and Wendy Smith, the Bain and Finley family, Happer Thurston, Rhoda's Place, Grace Seymour, Ophelia Hunter, Alsaida Hanna, Ethel Adderley, Marine Dean, Julia Huyler, William and Mervin Dean of West Palm Beach, Bishop Elgarnet Rahming and Minister Jacqueline Rahming and family, Bishop Brice H. Thompson and family, Dr. Frances, the Beneby family, Mary Moss and family, Kelson Cox and family, Bishop Sterling Moss and family, Management and Staff of B.C.P.O.U., the entire Golden Gates Community, the entire Church of God of Prophecy family especially the Members of the Church in Gambier and Meadow Street.
FRIENDS MAY PAY THEIR RESPECTS AT ROCK OF AGES NORTH SIDE CREMATION CENTER ON FRIDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. AND AT THE CHURCH ON SATURDAY FROM 9:00 A.M. UNTIL SERVICE TIME.
Funeral Service for Franklyn Norman Turnquest, age 58 years, of Nassau Village, will be held on Saturday 10th, September 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at All Saints, on Calvary Hill Anglican Church, Joan's Heights, South Beach. Officiating will be Rev. Father Colin Saunders assisted by Rev. Father Sebastian Campbell, Rev. Father Berkley Smith and other ministers. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish his memories are his wife: Mercianna Turnquest; one son: Lester Turnquest; two daughters: Delglica, Franklee Turnquest; one daughter-in-law: Portia Turnquest; two grandchildren: Xelvran and Lester Jr.; five brothers: Martin, Ashwood, Sherwin, Sherlock and Sterling Turnquest; six sisters: Alfreda, Frankilee, Rachael, Annie, Rosalee and Andra; seven brothers-in-law: Kenrad Wilchombe Sr., Freddie Nabbie Jr, Ivan, Harold, Prince, Patrick, Leroy and Neville McPhee, Delton Bain Sr. and Frank Stuart; six sisters-in-law: Patty Turnquest, Yvonne Miller, Elizabeth Stubbs, Rita King, Cynthia Bain, Princess Ferguson, Gwendolyn Stuart, Brenda and Dr. Evaneth McPhee and Sellistine; two uncles: Freeman and Willard Cartwright; three aunts: Esther and Rose Cartwright and Faith Hepburn; twenty three nephews: Owen Joe, Marco, Sherron, Kenrad Jr, Sanchos Sr., Max, Kennard, Shashake, Ashwood Jr, Tanario, Austin, Maranio, Jakeim, Delton Jr., Terrance, Kenneth, Philip, Edward, Anthony, Patrick, Alex, Gregory and Dr. Alva Smith; twenty three nieces: Sheyna, Tiffany, Tasheena, Ashnique, Tonia, Destiny, Sabrina, Arinthia, Sandra, Kayla, Karen, Kenva, Kathy, Deborah, Monique, Esthermae, Berilyn, Usheika, Quetelle, Deidre, Erica,Tiffany and Jan; four grand nephews: Sanchos Jr., Kenard Jr, Nicholas, Kellon; Other relatives and friends including: All Saints Anglican Church Family, Management and Staff of Dozier Heavy Equipment Company, Ethlyn Smith and Family, Uricka Smith and Family, Dr. Nicholas Hepburn, Collona Wallace, Rose Barrett, Reverend Dr. Philip McPhee and Family, Maedawn Munroe, Pascal Hepburn and Family, Lynden Hepburn, Kendal Hepburn, Cherise, Marion McPhee and Family, Verna Wilson and Family, Mrs. Johnson and Family, Brenda, Kermit, Birdie, Eloise, Kay, Nora, Paulette, Una, Christine, Mavis, Philip, Patrick, Ellis, Simeon, Stephen, Lagloria, Pamela, Andrew, Noel Jeffrey, Kisyla, Charity, Ovinia, Asnthia, Crachine, Stephanie, Silas, Enoch, Roston, Roosevelt, Tony, Ashwood, Shawn, Andy, Marcia, Philip Brice, Malcolm, David Vernish, Janette Horlston, Richard, Calvin, Charles, Antoinette, Antela, Raymond, Oris, Winifred, Thelma, Ramon, Frederick, Inez, Cornelius, Thomas, Mary, Freeman, Susan, Alice, Dorothy, Timothy, Kenneth Cheryl Deal, Patrick Bowe, The Turnquest, Major, Burrows, Cartwright, Knowles, Smith, Dean and Wells families of Long Island and the community of Jackson Street, Nassau Village and many others too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Butlers' Funeral Homes & Crematorium,
Ernest and York Streets on Friday September 9th, 2011 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and at the church on Saturday September 10th, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. until service time.