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Funeral service for Rufus William Storr, 54 yrs., a resident of Jackfish Drive off Carmichael Rd. & formerly of Deep Creek, Eleuthera, who died on 14th Jan. 2012, wlll be held at Greater Bethel Cathedral, Faith Way, Baillou Hill Rd. South, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop David Braynen Sr., assisted by Other Ministers. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Rufus is survived by his:
Wife -Valerie Cooper-Storr
Daughter- Lavonia Storr-Burrows
Sons- Rashad and RashawnStorr
Granddaughter - Leanne Burrows
Son in Law - Leon Burrows Jr.
Mother - Geraldine Anderson
Father - William Storr
Sisters - Denise Levarity, Sandra Miller, Ellamae and Nadine Newton, Yolanda Hall , Elaine, Marilyn, and Ayesha Storr of New York
Brothers - Francis and Standford Newton, Rahiem and Brandon Storr of New York
Mother in Law- Evangelist Arnette Cooper
Father in Law - Deacon Vitzel Cooper
Aunts - Esther Larrimore, Rachel Thompson and FrancinaStorr
Grand Aunts - Frances Wilson, Mildred Clarke
Uncle - Frederick Storr
Sisters in Laws - Sandra Mckenzie, Kayla Culmer, Sharon, Joan,Litherah, Marie, Paula, Merrel&Melvern Cooper, Jacqueline and Ramona Newton
Brothers in Laws - Leland Levarity, Vernon Miller, Andrell Hall, Gary, Brian, Michael & Vincent Cooper, Rudy Mckenzie, Renaldo Culmer
Nieces- Clarissa, Kesishma, Michaella, Ladika, Nadiea, Kedra, Santoina, Kadhah, Alexis, Santech, Levontanique, Teranique, Sharene, Bianca, Abria, Breanne, Alexis, Candice Cooper, Xenia and ShanderaMckenzie, Monique Knowles,KhadijahCulmer,
Nephews - Lawrence, Keith, Lavaughn, Lavar,Lavanno, Tourrin, Terron, Anthony, Antonio, Dwayne, Jarad, Alex, Frantwoyn, Kedrick, Sanford, Sanchez, Antwoin, Santon, Aaron, Ayden, Jamaal, Jerard&JavanoMckenzie, Javonne, Atorio, Cornell, Michael, DevanteCooperand Reynard Culmer
A host of other relatives & friends.
Friends may pay their last resects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
Funeral Service for Iva Eulah "Blooming" Wilson, 87, of Gardens Hills I, formerly of Ragged Island, will be held on Friday November 12th 2010, at 10:00 a.m. at Temple Baptist Church, Farrington Road. Officiating will be Pastor Geoffrey Wood assisted by Pastor Arlington Moss. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish her memories are her four daughters: Valerie Culmer, Eulah Burrows, Sheena Wilson and Konya Bascom; six sons: Kent, Alden, George, Lester, Sheffield Jr. and Terrance Wilson; six granddaughters: Loren, Tamiko, Kenisha, Tremika, Kelia, and Kerri; eight grandsons: Johnny, Duane, Donne, Douglas, Edward, Peter, Sheldon and Sheffie; six great grandda ...
Funeral Services for Oscar Francis, age 76, of Thompson Court, Oakes Field, and formerly of Clarence Town, Long Island, will be held on Saturday, January 28, 2012, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church at 10:45 a.m. Monsignor Alfred Culmer will officiate and interment will take place at St. Joseph's Cemetery.
Left to cherish the Christian ministry of service by Oscar are his wife: Marilyn Smith-Francis; 2 sons: Oscar Jr., and Dr. Brendan Francis; 2 daughters: Bridgette and Loretta Francis; 7 brothers: Roscoe, Marcian, Kenneth, Basil, Livingston, and Wendell Francis, Rev. Donald Kerr. 5 sisters: Lynn and Marietta Francis; Daphne Johnson-Kerr; Stephanie Kerr-Teele; Dorothea Francis-Davis. Sisters-in Law: Beatrice Powell, Leathe Francis, Velma Black, Millicent Smith, Majorie Alleyne, Rosayln Cartwright, Brenda Hanna, and Minerva Smith; Brothers-In Law: Sanford Johnson, Frederick Hanna, James Black, and Rudolph Alleyne; Nieces: Sonja Francis-Morris, Arlene Shuford, Sharece Murray, Lisa Nelson, Sian Bevans, Allison Shuford, Anastacia Thompson, Monique Rolle, Lynette Daxon, Kahlia Knowles, Theodosuila Francis, Khamara Francis, Sophie Francis, Diana Francis, Patricia and Janae Francis, Kenrah Newry, and Wende Francis; Nephews: Stephen, Gerald, Corey, Brian, Tyrone, Gilbert, Carvel, Trevor, Sidney, Franklyn, Rodari, Omar, Mario, and Michan Francis, Renaldo Johnson, and Ashley Jones. Cousins:
The descendents of the late Michael Charles Major, the Wilson, and Newman families of Long Island, and the Francis, Kerr, Smith, Marche, and Pyform families; Other relatives and friends including: Alpheus " Hawk" Finlayson, Frederick Sturrup, Franklyn Wilson and Marathon Bahamas, Kendal Wright, The 1957 International Track Medalists Relay Members of Tom Grant, Tommy Robinson and Enoch Backford; and 1957 International Track Medalist team of Hubert Dean; Mr. and Mrs. Lou Adams and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Craven Adderley and family, the family members of the late Majorie Cash-Smith, Mrs. Zorelene Wraing and Family, the family of the late Dwight Moncur, Deacon Sidney Sturrup and Family, the family of the late Ralph Butler, the family of the late Christopher Wells, Pete Ingraham, Rev. and Mrs. Cordell Delancey, Eleanor "Sugar" Mcquay and family, Caroline Palacious , Mr. and Mrs. Jaciel Williams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Charlton and Family, Larry Johnson , Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hanna and family, Mr. and Mrs. Copeland Rolle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kemp and family, Mrs. Agatha Rodgers and family, Cecil Moncur and family, Rev. and Mrs. Geoffrey Ellis, Mr. John Minnis and family, Mr. and Mr. John Bowleg and family, Bernadette Beneby-Coleman and family, Nikia Ferguson-Ellis and family, Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association, Barry University Alumni Association, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Dames, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Cumberbatch and family, Jacquelyn Dames-Perpall and family, Veronica Cartwright and family, Mrs. Cyprianna Bowleg-Graham, and Mrs. Brenda Ingraham and family, Thelma Mortimer-Johnson and family, Natassia Storr and Family, Donnica Farrington and family, Ruth Cooper and family, Neville Butler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Outten and family, the Lowe's Wholesale family, Terence Cartwright and family, the Oakes Field Community, the Central Bank Family, the St. Joseph's Catholic Church family, St. Augustine's College Alumni Association, the Knights of Columbus, the Seventh Day Adelaide Church, and Southwest Church of God, the Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association, the Americas Geographic Group of the Financial Planning Association, the Retired Police Officers Association, Alex Major and family, Vincent Pratt and family, Eleanor "Sugar" McQuay and family, the doctors and nurses of Princess Magaret Hospital, the Clients of Bridgette Francis International College Planning Consulting Firm, the Long Islanders Association, and the Bahamas Association of Athletics Associations.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
Funeral Service for the Late Millicent Winifred Munnings, 83 years of Treasure Cove and Formerly of Collins Avenue, Centreville, will be held on Saturday January 28th, 11:00 a.m. at Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting Street. Pastor Timothy Stewart assisted by other ministers of the Gospel will officiate. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.
She is survived by her Daughters: Lana Munnings-Basalyga, Andrea P. Major, Cyprianna McWeeney and Gale Munnings; Sons: Raphael A. Munnings, Frederick 'Teddy' A. Munnings II and Gregory V. Munnings; Daughters-in-Law: Wendy Rodgers-Munnings, Deborah Tai-Munnings and Lorraine Nieto-Munnings; Sons-in-Law: Nicholas Basalyga, Wendell G. Major, CMG, Sean McWeeney, QC.; Granddaughters: Joye Major-Ferguson, Dr. Patrice Smith-Laing, Taihisha Yallop, Allyson Major- Sweeting, Gillian McWeeney-Wilson, Candice Major- Lightbourne, Melissa McWeeney-Kelly, Samantha Munnings and Roya Munnings; Grandsons: Raphael Munnings II, Gregory Nieto Munnings, Sean McWeeney Jr., Frederick 'Kassim' Munnings, Christopher Munnings and Charles Turnquest; Grandchildren-in-Law: Elman Ferguson, Marcus Laing, Pastor Matthew Sweeting, Michael Wilson, Zane Lightbourne, Lamont Kelly and Rocco Italiano; Great Grandchildren: Elman Jr. and David Ferguson, Adam and Micah Sweeting, Zara, Hayley and Michael Jr. Wilson, Harlowe Yallop, Melaina Italiano and Zander Lightbourne; Sister: Mrs. Joycelyn Robinson, Ms. Mary Dorsett, Mrs. Valerie Little, Mrs. Eulie Tomasello, Mrs. Delores Scott, Mrs. Sandra Hadland and Mrs. Gwendolyn Hepburn; Brother: Charles Dorsett; Brother-in-Law: Joseph Hepburn; Sisters-in-Law: Mrs. Gwendolyn Munnings-Hanna and Mrs. Doris Munnings-Fitzgerald; Nieces and Nephews: Vincent, Charles and Bernadette 'Lolly' Dorsett, Timothy Dorsette, Bridget Barr, Elizabeth Culmer; Deidre Bannister and Denise Folsom; Keith, Clyde and Corey Dorsett, Stephanie Dawson; Stephen, Michael and Gregory Little, Veronica Burwell and Tanya Palmer; Alexandria 'Sandy' , Linda and Timothy Scott; Sidney and Julian 'Ricky' Knowles and Robert Hadland, Inga Bowleg, Keisha Yanke, Deejay and Scott Hepburn and Grandniece Kristen Hepburn; Relatives from Eleuthera: Theophilus, Cynthia and Hewitt Stuart, Jean Newry, Kenneth, Ralph, Nora and Nell Reckley. The Brown, Neilly and Stewart families and other Bluff relatives; Close relatives and friends include the families of the above mentioned; the Families of Doris Fitzgerald, Gwen Hanna, Audley, Wilfred and Hassam Munnings. Special thanks to: Dr. Harold Munnings, Dr. Agreta Eneas-Carey, Dr. Ada Thompson, Granddaughter Dr. Patrice Smith-Laing, Pastors Timothy Stuart, Patricia Bethel and Melvin Grant of Bethel Baptist Church, Pastors Allen Lee , Thomas Albury and Roland Brian of Calvary Bible Church, Holy Family Prayer Circle, Nurses of the Private Medical Ward, Princess Margaret Hospital and her caregivers Ms. Tasha Samuels and Ms. Jocelyn Parcon.
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 10:00 a.m. until service time.
Miss Universe Bahamas Tomacina "Tomii" Culmer is having the experience of a lifetime in the preliminaries leading up to the Miss Universe Pageant. The Bahamian beauty and the other contestants are currently involved in touring, filming, rehearsing and preparing to step on stage for the finale.
Culmer departed New Providence on Monday for the 63rd pageant, which will be held at the Florida International University Auditorium in Doral-Miami, Florida, on January 25. She will compete against beauties from 89 other countries.
Culmer and Miss Bahamas Organization (MBO) officials are hoping to be the person that Venezuelan Miss Universe 2013 Gabriela Isler hands the crown over to.
MBO Director of Media Relations Jerome Sawyer said Culmer had settled in comfortably in Florida, and that they were pleased with Culmer's performance so far. He said the statuesque Bahamian beauty was definitely getting noticed.
Bahamians can show their support for Culmer by voting for her to advance to the semifinals once voting opens on the Miss Universe website.
Going into the competition, the Bahamian representative is also fresh off a win of the Miss Coco International pageant in San Andres, Colombia in December. Sawyer said it was good for Culmer to have the international pageant win under her belt to prepare her for Miss Universe.
Prior to departing for Florida, the Miss Bahamas Organization (MBO) made a decision to switch Culmer's Sea Goddess costumed designed by Javotte Bethel. Culmer will now wear a Bahama Parrot costume designed by Apryl Burrows.
In a press release the MBO said a number of reasons factored into their decision to make the switch in light of recent remarks that had circulated on social media regarding the costume Culmer was supposed to use.
"There are several reasons for this decision. First of all, there are structural issues with Miss Bethel's costume, which would make it very difficult for Miss Culmer to manage in a competitive environment -- specifically, she is unable to get into or out of the costume without considerable help from at least two people. While one may argue that she would receive such help at the Miss Universe pageant, a greater problem exists in the fact that due to its excessive weight the costume leaves Miss Culmer visibly bruised each time she wears it. Clearly we cannot have her competing in the Miss Universe pageant [particularly the swimsuit competition] with visible bruises that would result from her wearing the said costume."
The MBO said another reason that factored into their decision to not use the Bethel designed costume was that they also did not want to run the risk of facing a copyright infringement lawsuit as the Sea Goddess costume closely resembled a lead piece from a Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
"The similarity between the two costumes has already received attention from pageant fans who have questioned whether the design was copied," said MBO officials in their release. "We find it unfortunate and quite frankly dishonest for it to be suggested that MBO does not support Bahamian culture or Bahamian designers when Miss Bethel herself was contracted to create three of the costumes that MBO has sent to Miss Universe over the last four years."
Bethel created the Flamingo worn by Braneka Bassett in 2010, the Abaco Parrot worn by Anastagia Pierre in 2011, and the independence-themed costume worn by Lexi Wilson in 2013.
MBO officials refuted suggestions that Culmer's new costume was Trinidad inspired or created by a Trinidadian design team. Officials also said in four years, they had never sent a national stage winning costume to the Miss Universe stage in the four years since they had been granted the Miss Universe franchise, even though people assumed it was done.
"It is amazing the see the widespread discussion that this issue has generated, in many cases from persons who have not so much as lifted a finger to assist MBO in any way as we do our best to send our queens off to represent the country internationally with limited resources. We can only hope that this unexpected attention will help to shed some light on the challenges facing our national ambassadors and the service oriented organizations which back them," said the MBO.
Funeral Service for the Late Mary Jane Turnquest, 78 years of Hillside Estate, will be held on Saturday January 28th, 1:30 p.m. at St. Cecelia's Roman Catholic Church, 3rd Street, The Grove. Monsignor Simeon Roberts will officiate. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish her memories are 5 Daughters: Janet & Cheryl "Honey" Rolle, Judy Turnquest, Catherine Lowe & Marylynn Major; 4 Sons: Lloyd, David, Michael & Peter Turnquest; 2 sisters: Lillian Mortimer & Stephanie Blatch; 4 Brothers: Joseph Mortiner, Anthony & Andrew Blatch & Phillip Barton; 1 Uncle: Henery Brown; 26 Grandchildren: Dellarease Miller, William & Ian Rolle, Tiffany McPhee, Dennis, Sean, Shavane, Tennille, Deon, Peter Jr., Mykiah, Malika, Reanna & Dallas Turnquest, Quincy, Raymond Lowe, Christopher Cooper, Trevor Davis, Crystal Thompson, McLyncia & McDaron Major, Michael Guy, Shalom Wilson-Jerome, Edwin Wilson, Mikela & Michael Tynes, Phylette Fernander, Oluwafunmilayo "Funmi" Shodeko & Toni Rolle; 35 Great-Grandchildren; 4 Daughters-in-Law: Nurse Sharon, Yvettee & Dahlia Turnquest & Angela Knowles; 4 Sons-in-Law: William & Anthony "Fluff" Rolle, Lance Major & Roland Lowe; 8 Sisters-in-Law: Valerie Mortimer, Eutripie Thompson, Agatha Sands, Lorraine, Dorthy, Betty, Shelia & Norah Turnquest; 3 Brothers-in-Law: Everette, Jeff, Harrod & Rubin Turnquest; 5 Granddaughters-in-Law: Denotra Rolle, Ieasha Wilson, Samantha Turnquest, Kendrica Davis, Alicia Lowe and Tara Wallace; 4 Grandsons-in-law: Anders Mikkelsen, Lavardo McPhee, Jerry Thompson & Brian Fernander; 37 Nieces and 29 Nephews. Other Relatives & Special Friends: Father Anselm Russell, Msgr. Alfred C. Culmer, Msgr. Simeon Roberts, Miriam Bowe & Family, Patricia Thompson-Forbes & Family, Ronald & Geraldine Pratt & Family, Douglas & Angela Turnquest & Family, Joseph Turnquest & Family of Fort Lauderdale, Maud Demitte & Family, Nigel & Ann Smith & Family, Verlene Thompson & Family, Althea Wood & Family, Linda Stubbs & Family, Eric Gibson, Kevin Davis & Family, Victoria Rhodes, Ruthmae Lowe & Family, Dona Maycock & Family, Marylou Peterson, Yvonne Watson &, Madline Taylor & Family, The Hill Side Estate Family including: Mrs. Davis & Family, Mrs. Albury, The Roberts Family, Mr. & Mrs. Johnson & The Daxon Family, The entire Clark Lane Family, Lillian Miller & Family, Nathalie Gardiner; and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to 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 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and at the church from 12:30 p.m. until service time.
Funeral service for Louise "Momma" Sands, 92 yrs., a resident of Palmetto Point, Eleuthera, who died on 18th January, 2012, will be held at The Bible Truth Hall, North Palmetto Point, Eleuthera, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Elder Jason Thompson, asisted by Douglas Thompson & Dwight Thompson. Interment follows in St. margharet's View, North Palmetto Point, Eleuthera.
Left to cherish her memories are 7 sons: Joseph Deal, Gladstone, Richard, Melvin, Gregory, Harrison & Dexter Sands; 4 daughters: Evelyn Stuart, Albertha & Judy Culmer & Sally Lue Rahming; 16 grandsons: Randy Stuart, Don & Dennis Culmer, Hance, Baron, Joseph, Vincent, Shaun & Keith Deal, Adrian, Devroy, Owen, Tre, Greg, Dennis & Harry Sands; 16 granddaughters: Alma & Roquel Sweeting, Paula Cooper, Roslyn Butler, Stacy Bethel, Castella Johnson, Susan Culmer, Rochelle Bunch, Bridgette Farquharson, Marcia, Roshea, Samaria, Cielle, Sanchester & Harriott Sands & Andrea Rahming; 16 great grandson: Ashmond, Colin & Jaden Sweeting, Joel Butler, Tyler Bethel, Delvin Johnson, Huey & Dennis Duvalier, Lorenzo, Ellis & Kayln Culmer, Joshua, Hance, Baron Jr. & Ricardo Deal & Amaree Sands; 28 great granddaughters: Simone, Nina & Jaylyn Sweeting, Alissa & Aliajah Stuart, Breann Cooper, Tiara Bethel, Diamond, Dawn, Tashundra, Tiajia & Tyrin Culmer, Ciona & Ashley Johnson, Shiphrah, Baronique, Taquell, Olivia, Vontianise, Montoya, Nakita, Miracle & Serinity Deal, Ieasha Pinder, Kiara Farquharson & Adrianna, Aaleah & Eden Sands; 1 great great grandson: Devon Johnson; 3 daughters-in-law: Alfreda Deal, Rose & Denise Sands; 6 grandsons-in-law: Everette & Anthony Sweeting, Brian Cooper, Joel Butler, Luke Bethel & Harry Bunch; 6 granddaughters-in-law: Kayla & Tracy Culmer, Monique Sands, Tiffany, Mikilla & Deerika Deal; 4 brothers-in-law: Kingsley Sands, Maitland Bethel, Arthur Rolle & Aldon Evans; 7 sisters-in-law: Joquater Bowe, Olga Porter, Shirley Rolle, Genieve Bethel, Mishap Evans, Ena Thompson & Corrine Sands.; numerous nephews & nieces; other family & friends: Brenda Sands, Christine Higgs, Allison Lavarity, Denise Rolle, Andrew Rahming, Cindy Rolle, Althea Gibson, Merilyn Culmer, Veralda Deal, Officer Brandon Rolle, Melissa McKenie, Silkirk Thompson, Martha Cooper (Sister), Lovella Culmer, Mr. Joshua Culmer & family, Jalia & family, Nilla & family, Omie & family, Branville Thompson (United States), the family of Ena Thompson, the family of the late Addie Culmer, the famly of the late Leon Thompson, the family of the late Wilson Thompson, the family of the late Whitfield Thompson, the family of the late Prescola Stuart, the family of the late Anna Johnson, the family of the late Mona Thompson, the family of the late Midlene Carey, the family of the late Cora Clarke, the family of the late Maud Deal, the family of the late Aaron Thompson, the family of the late Harry Thompson, Helen & Mary Chea, Dweitt Carey & family, Arnold Culmer & family, Garth Culmer, Ella Sands & family, Miriam Knowles, Austin Knowles Sr. & family, Angie Bain & family, Brother Godfrey Ingraham & family, Mr. & Mrs. Nickita Curtis, Marion Moss, Shelia Cooper & family, Enid Cooper, Millard Bethel & family, Marie Johnson & family, Charles Cooper & family, Daisy Thompson & family, Willis Thompson, Keddy Culmer, Envoy Wesley Ingraham & family, Fed Mingo & family, Mrs. Ophelia Ingraham & family, the family of the late Herbert Sands, staff of J.S. Johnson, staff of Cavalier, staff of Radisson Hotel, staff of Bahamas Business Solution, Officers & Members of the Bible Truth Hall, Officers & Members of the Methodist Church, Rev. Kenya Lovell, Rev. Godfrey Bethel & Mrs. Bethel, Officers & Members of the Salvation Army, the staff of Palmetto Point Clinic & Levy Clinic especially Nurse Debbie Deal & Nurse Sherrin Cooper, Dr. Diaz, Dr. Smith, the community of Palmetto Point & many, many more.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Rock Sound Eleuthera from 3-6 p.m. on Friday & at the church in Palmetto Point from 7 p.m. until service time on Saturday.
Funeral service for Leroy Joseph Lewis, 75 yrs., a resident of Poinciana Avenue, Coconut Grove & formerly of Calabash Bay, Central Andros, who died on 24th August, 2011, will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Boyd Road, on Friday at 10:45 a.m. Officiating will be Deacon Gregory Taylor. Interment follows in St. Joseph's Cemetery.
Fond memories will forever linger in the hearts of:
His loving and devoted wife, Avis Lewis
Sons: Floyd Lewis, Captain Marvin Lewis, R/Cop. Randy Lewis, Jayson and Craig Lewis
Daughter s: Cheryl Clarke, Leanora Lewis and Velma Santiago
Brother: Orthnell Poitier
Grandsons: Bruce Jr., Tevin, Joshua, Marvin Jr. Stephen, Greg, Moses, Craig Jr. and Dillion.
Granddaughters: Sherika, Roshan, Tela, Marva, Tanica, Randesha, Tori, Kerrelle, Brunay, Jewel, Marlena, Nicole, Evelyn, Rosalie, Cleo, Nikita, Velma, Lavarda and Cynthia.
Sister-in-law: Petrona Lewis
Son-in-Law: Bruce Clarke
Daughters-in-Law: Jacqueline, Seanalea and Shenique Lewis
Great grand Children: Tyler, Leon Jr. and Rodeshana
Grand-sons-in-law: Rodrick Watson, Leon Rolle Sr. and Lavardo McQueen
Nieces: Florine Wilson, Agnes Elliot, Theresa Minnis, Venice Nabbie, Miriam Gibbs and Brenda Rhodriquez and Coleen Lewis
Nephews: Larry, Julius, Kirk and Perry Lewis, Prince Duncombe, Ed Minnis and Emmanuel Curtis, Dwight Lewis
Grand Nieces and Nephews: Woodrow, Tiberias, Karen, Setella, Tabitha, Warren and Cornel Wilson, Raquel, Ashley Young, Mick, Rosetta and Leslie Duncombe, Anna and Ordell Neely, Elizabeth and Dwight Brown, LaClaire Rolle, Conrad Curtis, ErrolynMiller, Teedra and Lloydeka Minnis, Lloyd Minnis Jr. Cartwell and Diann Curtis, Wayne Saunders, Juliet and Solomon Lightbourn, Derrick and Monique Elliot and Fayann Oxley.
Other Relatives and Friends
Basil Lewis, Ella Lewis, Jonny Cooper and Family, Naaman and Beatrice Russell, Nathan Russell and Family, Hon. Cynthia Pratt M.P., Zelrona Mackey, Jerome Rolle and Family, Marvin Bain and Family, Donna Stubbs and Family, Randolph Minnis, Donella Thompson and Family, The Coleby Family, the Cargill Family Burkie and Eloise Smith and family, Enal Culmer, Herbert Strachan, Maureen, Latesha, Doris, Helen and Darlene Rolle, Miriam Wallace and Family, Clifford and Helen Ferguson and Family, Cynthia and Oscar Damalie, Carnetta Munroe and Family, Ross and Joyce Newbold and Family, Christopher Stuart and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Deveaux and Family, Barbara Johnson, Olive McKenzie and Family, Verniemae Newbold, Deborah Rolle and family, Florida Rolle and family, William Scott and Family, Rev. Ervin and Marian Clarke, Lester, Joel and Andrew Smith, Ketha, Dede, Kim, Pearline, Ivy Ferguson and Family, Eva Smith, Erica Horton, Oneisha Lewis, Arnold and Lisa Bain, Lighty Adderley, Serena Delancy, Lerodney Rolle and Family, Rochelle Sears and Family, Erica Hunt and Family, Kathleen and Naomi, Godfrey and Wendell Clarke, Una Burrows, Dorothy Poitier and family, Mortimer family, Rose and Paula Newbold, Elouise Munnings, Miriam Williams and Janice Thompson. Father Gomez and St. Joseph Catholic Church Community, Father Roberts and St. Cecilia Church Community, St. Joseph's Hospitality Ministry, the Teacher's Retiree Club, the Catholic Archdiocesan Women's Auxiliary, the Coconut Grove Community, the Water and Sewage Cooperation, Nuns of St. Martin's Convent, the staff of Male Medical 1 Princess Margaret Hospital.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 12-6:00 p.m. on Thursday & on Friday at the church from 9:45 a.m. until service time.
Funeral Service for Evangelist Althemese Virginia Ferguson age 54 years a resident of Joans Heights East will be held on Sunday 29th January 2012, 1:30p.m. at Mt Horeb Baptist Church, Sandy Port, Nassau. Officiating will be Suffrocate Bishop George Duncombe assisted by other Ministers. Interment will be made in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F Kennedy Drive.
She will always be remembered and linger in the hearts of her family, especially her mother and husband Inez, her two children, Jemmia, and Shanovia, her siblings and their spouses, Joyanne & Leroy Archer, Ken & Juliann Ferguson, Reno & Bronwen Smith, Terrance & Jennie Ferguson, Julian & Mary Ferguson, Blondell Ferguson, Joseph, Derek & Godfrey Dames, Diane & Olaleye Olawale of Miami, Florida and Gina & Kenneth Clarke. Adopted sisters Minister Betty Thompson, adopted brother Police Sgt 1215 Edward O. & Yvonne Andrews, Aunts Pastor Curlina Cox of Chesters, Acklins, Mrs. Madline George of Pastel, Acklins, Evangelist Petrona Ferguson Deaconess Delores Francis, Rev'd. Ruby Thompson, Thelma & Ruby Ferguson of Miami, Florida, Marilyn, Elizabeth, Virginia Sturrup, Florence Ramsey, Marilyn Miller, Fredreicka Caldwell and Ann Albury. Uncles: Edward Johnson, Edroy Ferguson of Miami, Florida, Norman & Frederick Sturrup, Barry and Fred Ramsey. Great Grand aunts: Lottie Darling & Lily Ferguson of New York. Nieces: Rochelle Ferguson, Racquel McCreary of Atlanta, Georgia, Kendia Ferguson, Racquena Thompson, Thomasina Dorsett, Romel, Kendeyanna, Kenshera, Keturah, Jayla and Kabra Ferguson, Bronique Smith, LeaAnn Archer, Demetria and Dereka Major and Toya Hope, Derese, Devonne and Vivianna Dames, Kandace Clarke, Shanna Olawale, AN-nique Dames. Nephews: Andrew Burrows, Dewitt Brown, Geno Ford, Ravanno Ferguson, Barrington and Jordan Archer, Revanno Smith, Jalan, Tevon, Jedidiah, and Julian Jr. Ferguson, Derek Jr. and Demarcian Dames, Carlyle Thompson, Jefferey Olawale. Grand-Nieces: Jasmine Stephens, Elviania Ferguson, Fallon-Emily Thompson, Leah Smith, Andrea Burrows, Diamond Ford, Keishanae, Makaisha and Makayla Ferguson, Leah Olawale and Jade. Grand-Nephews: Geno Jr. and Jabarri Ford, Menelik Darling, Navi Ferguson and Andrew Loawale. God Children: Lavenia Burrows, Rashad Storr, Philicia and Philip Dawkins and Brenique Hanna, Sherado, shamar and Sherea Sands, Edjuan Lewis, Jessica Duncombe, golden King and Avery Nesbitt. Other relatives and friends: Kevin & Desiree, Gregory & Audrey, Bursil, Kent Clarke, Annamae Cox, Henry & Thaddeus Frazer, Sharon, Edith & James Price, Pedro, Patrice, Malrie, Cedric, Trevor and Lowell Darling, Marilyn Rolle, Michelle, Llewyn and Oneal Ferguson, Pastor Ellington Ferguson, Danielle, Pastor Zendal, Sgt Granville (RBPF) Thompson and Able Mechanic Seaman Calvin Thompson, Charles, Chewargo, Chalavar, Shane and Shawn Thompson and Derek Wilson.
Special Friends: Ann Rolle, Vernita Sands, Evangelist Betty Duncombe, Evangelist Arnette Cooper, Old Kemp Ground, Val Storr, Elder Charles Anderson, Bro. Malcom Duncombe, Bro. Gregory Saunders, Sister Janice Lewis, Kiesha Brown, JoAnn Seymour, Petricia, Pamela Bowers, Ronique Curry, Patricia Davis, Mahketa Smith, Mother Gloria Dawkins, Mary Dawkins, Andros District of the P.A of W, Little Jerusalem Apostolic Church Family Christ Temple Church Family, Faith Apostolic Church Family, True Worshipers Family Pastor Tyrone Sands, Evangelist Brenda Maycock & Family, Sis Shirley Woodside & Family, One Way Holiness, Greater Bethel Cathedral, God's Temple of Praise, Church of Jesus Christ Church Family, Revelation Apostolic Church 1&2 Family, Bethel Temple Ministries, Transformation Ministries church family and Soul Seeking Ministries church family, Bishop Harry Collie, Bishop Victor and Mrs. Cooper & family, Deacon Vitzel and Evangelist Arnette Cooper, Gary, Brian, Michael, Vincent, Sharon, Joan Litherah Cooper, Sandra McKenzie and Kayla Culmer, Shaniqua Roker, Qitell Duncombe, Kevy Sands, Pastor Turner of Savannah, Georgia, Mother Elizabeth Manning of Savannah, Georgia,
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home, Robinson Road & First Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00p.m. and on Sunday at New Jerusalem Apostolic Church, Delaporte from 10:00a.m. to 12:00p.m. and at the church from 12:30 a.m. until to service time.
Funeral service for Valerie Renee Culmer, 56, a resident of Trumpeter Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama will be held on Saturday, February 4th 2012, 10:00AM at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Boyd Road. Officiating will be Msg. Alfred Culmer and Internment will follow in the St. Joseph's Cemetery, Tyler Street. Services entrusted to Gateway Memorial Funeral Chapel Mount Royal Avenue and Talbot Street.
She is survived by her 2 sons, Kendal and David; mother, Marjorie Baker; 6 brothers, Gary Cooper, Jerome Darville, Stephen Gregory, Cyril and Norman Baker; 4 sisters, Denise Smith, Norma Joseph, Theresa and Kim Baker; 2 Brother-in-Iaws, Donald Smith and Pascal Joseph; 5 sisters-in-law, Linda Cooper, Florenc ...