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Funeral Service for Mr. Bersil Sidney Duvalier age 58 years of Montgomery Ave. formerly of Pirates Well, Mayguana will be held at Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church on Saturday August 27th at 11am. Officiating will be Rev. howard T.G. Smith assisted by other ministers and internment will follow in the Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery.
Left to cherish his fond memories are: His loving, caring and devoted wife Muriel, one daughter, Shonell Duvalier Butler, one son-in-law, Kevin Butler, one grand son, Kavaughn Butler. Mother, Ethlyn Brown Williams, Six sisters Beatrice Williams, Bronell Humes, Laslelle Moxey, Veranique Moxey, Elva Williams, Katrina Moxey, Six brothers Alexander and Perry Williams, Haymish and Clarence Moxey, Patrick McPhee and Toney Lewis. Mother-in-law, Pastor Irene Charlton. Sisters-in-Law, Dorcena Nixon, Edith Tynes, Jacqueline Bain, Iris Depass, Janet and Rev. Judy Charlton, Lavern McPhee, Christina Williams and Sandra Robinson. Brothers-in-Law, Roy and McDonald Charlton, Bishop Karven Bain, Christopher Nixon Sr. Micheal Tynes and Anthony Humes.
Numerous nieces and nephews including: Edvardo Charlton, Antonio Murphy, Enoch Thurston, Adam and Amad Ferguson, Ayesha Charlton, Euradicia Rahming, Makeeda and Tyra Thurston, Andrewnique Black and Tanya Rolle,Valentino, Ryan and Kedron Williams, Rovel Curry, Anishka Smith, Sasha Rolle, Oparah, Desiree and Alexandria Williams, Tonia Colebrooke, Stacey, Nickya, Shanae and Travis Demeritte and Antonio Humes and Karina Glinton.
Relatives and Friends: Jocelyn Pratt, Eloise Jones, Daphanie and Nishad Menon, Lashelle, Sheldon, Sherrel, Sheric King, Trevor Munroe and Lashan McKenzie, Stafford Bain, Cornilus Collie and Family, Marie and Hayward McKinney & Family, The Hon. Sidney Collie M.P., The Hon, V. Alfred Gray M.P MICAL, The Hon. Bradley Roberts, M.P., Mildred Williamson & Family, James Murphy, Dr. Janet Patterson & Family, Violey McKinney & Family, Eddins Taylor, Earnal Brown & Family, Limas Taylor, Norwood Rahming & Family, Yergan Williamson, Ester Barry, Donna Brown and Family, Patrick, Eric, Sheldon and Berkly Collie, Thelma Deleveaux, Emaline Moss, Ned Brooks, Livingstone Gibson, Vernice Brooks, Reginald Charlton & Family, Lionel and Burntle (Mac) Charlton, Verly Mckinney & Family, Toney Lewis and Family, Hiram Kelly, Deon and Daphanie Moss, Nora McCalla & Family, Ivy Charlton, Pastor Clifford & Edith McKinney, Margaret Rahming, Valda Rolle & Family, Silvia Forbes, Angie Ferguson & Family, Alfreda Hepburn & Family, Linda Ward & Family, Linda Fernander, Milton Mckinney, Desmond Collie and Family The Staff and Patients of The Dialysis Unit Princess Margaret Hospital, The Staff of: d'Albenas Agency, Coin of The Realm, Continental Foods, Bahamas Couriers Ltd., Star Trek Meat Mart, The Principal & Staff of E. P. Roberts Primary School and The Communities of Abraham's Bay, Pirates Well and Betsy Bay, Mayaguana.
Friends may pay their respect at Demeritte's Funeral Home on Friday from 10 am to 6pm and on Saturday at the church from 10 am until service time.
Thousands of Carnival
Revelers and Masqueraders Set To Transform Miami Gardens into a Potent
Mixture of Caribbean Culture
Miami, Fl - The Miami Broward One Carnival Host Committee (MBOCHC) is pleased
to announce one of South Florida's signature events,
Carnival in the Gardens will be held on Sunday, October 9, 2011,
in Miami Gardens, FL. This year's parade will move this colorful and
rhythmic Caribbean party along the streets of Miami Gardens to the festival
area at Sun Life Stadium((
Dan Marino Boulevard, Miami Gardens, FL 33056). Miami Carnival has been
an important ingredient within the culture and fabric of the South Florida
community. It has been enthusiastically celebrated for the past 26 years
on Columbus Day weekend...
Funeral Service for Sharon Bowe-Fernander, 75, of Kiki Street, will be held on Saturday September 3rd, 2011 at 10:00 am at Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting Street. Officiating will be Pastor Timothy Stewart assisted by Rev. Christopher Brown and Rev. A.D Hutchinson. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Loving Memories are cherished by her seven children: Marcia Fernander-Bannister, Chesney, Julian, Whitney, Craig (of Huston, Texas), Leisa Fernander-Moxey, and Sonjia Fernander-Brown; Grandchildren: Garnell Bannister Johnson, Mercier Bannister, Garcia Bannister, Claudia Fernander, Julian (Carlos) Fernander, Mandy Fernandez, Chile Fernandez, Craig Fernandez, Rita Fernandez, Angel ...
Funeral service for Alexander Asquit Hepburn, 30, of Mt. Tabor Estates, Nassau Village will be held on Saturday 3rd September, 2011 at 2:00pm at Whosever Will Church, Alexandria Boulevard North, Nassau Village. Officiating will be Bishop Roderick McIntosh assisted Prophet Dereck Bastian. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Precious memories will always linger in the hearts of his loving mother: Charlotte McIntosh; adopted mother: Flossymae Coakley; step father: Ishmael Forbes; adopted father: Prince Clarke; 2 sons: Alexander Randero and A.J. Hepburn; 3 daughters: Alexis, Shanell and Atalia Hepburn; 4 sisters: W/PC3258 Alexandria Albury, Ashley Forbes, Mildred Hepburn and Danielle ...
Funeral service for Brother Ezekiel Edgecombe, 91 yrs., a resident of Montell Heights & formerly of Simms, Long Island, who died on 13th August, 2011, will be held at New Bethany Baptist Cathedral, Key West Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Victor Cooper, assisted by other Ministers of the Gospel. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish his memories are his 3 sons: Herbert, Rudolph & Timothy Edgecombe; 1 daughter: Eloise Curtis; 18 grandchildren: Jeffrey Rolle, Michelle Kerr, Shavon Rolle, Sabrina Elington, Vanessa Rolle, Nyokie Curtis, Coleen Pratt, Marve Johnson, Phillipa Ferguson, Toni Bell, Natasha Bethel, Rolanda Albury, Shana Edgecombe, Renardo Edgecombe, Lamantha Edgecombe, Timmaka Edgecombe, Deon Edgecombe, Denika Edgecombe; 44 great granchildren; 11 great-great grandchildren; 2 daughters-in-law: Sandra & Donna Edgecombe; 3 brothers: Edward, George & William Edgecombe; 4 sisters: Loretta Burns, Ureina Bethel, Hilda & Inez; numerous nieces & nephews, other relatives & friends including: Lincoln Davis & family, Viola Archer & family, Solomon "Jackie" Johnson & family, Richard Ferguson & family, Richard Lightbourne & family, Janet Rolle, Dennis Kerr, Valentino Rolle, Shanto Albury, Lathan Ferguson, Phillip Saunders, Rudolph Williams & family, Ronald Jones & family, members of the Exumian Elevatin Association, members of the New Bethany Baptist Cathedral & the residents of the Montell Heights community.
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 Denille Linaye Newry, 34 years of Minnis Track Subdivision, Carmichael Road will be held on Saturday September 3rd, 11:00 a.m. at Victory Temple Church of God, Hospital Lane & John Road. Pastor Devon A. Rolle assisted by Bishop Dencil Rolle will officiate. Interment will follow in Woodlawn memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.
She is survived by her husband of 14 years: Randolyn Newry; One son: Randolyn Daniel Newry; Her Parents: Lawrence and Dorinda Hanna; 2 Sisters: Lisa Musgrove and Tiffany Dean; 2 Nephews: Tre Smith and Barren Musgrove Jr.; 2 Nieces: Tatianna Musgrove and Tourea Dean; Father and Mother-in-Law: Randolyn Newly (Sr.) and Yvonne Campbell; 2 Sisters-in-Law: Mikelle and Kendra Newry; 3 Brothers-in-Law: Elton Newry. Barron Musgrove and Tobari Dean; 9 Aunts: Sarah Miller, Sylvia Linden, Frances, Patrice and Denise Cleare, Sandra, Charlotte and Eleanor Johnson, Corrine Curry, Marina, Rose and Lilla Hanna; 3 Uncles: Huedley Moss, Hansel Clarke and Dr. Eldon Johnson; 3 Aunts-in-Law: Victoria Moss, Maxine Clarke, Lydia Johnson; 2 Uncles-in-Law: David Miller, Anthony Linden; Other Relatives and Friends including: The Newry Family, Ernest Winters& Family, Irvin Armstrong & Family, Natha Rolle and Family, Alphonso Rolle and Family, the Francis family, Kenise Burrows and family, Keva Smith and Family (especially Kevano) Ms. Braynen & family, Sabrina Deleveaux and family, the Clarke family. Barry Lightbourne and Family, K.D.C, and family, Pastor Devon A. Rolle and Family, Dr. Myles Munroe and the B.F.M. Family, (Especially the Accounts Team), the Atlantis Family, Department of Public Service and Public Service Commission Families. Bishop Denzil Rolle & family, (Life W.C. Family) Pastor Andrews Evans & family (S.F.W.C. family), Jeff Grant and family, Dennis Campbell & family, Florence Newry & family, Renaldo Smith & family and Ramon Newry & family, One Family Prayer Ministry, Bishop Revy & Sister Francis, Doreen Thompson Lorena Rolle and Family, Nenia Fox and Family, Mavis Culmer and Family, Megan Ferguson and family, Lavon Harris-Smith and family, Joy Moss and Family, Minister Lindell Rodgers-Johnson and Family, Mrs. Colleen Nottage and Family, Ms. Deborah Bastian and Family, Mrs. Joycelyn Gilbert and Family, Jack Curtis & family, Bettymae Bain & family, Mr. David R. Davis and Family, Apostle Brenda & Pastor Dwight Pratt and the family of Global Worship Centre, Stephanie Clears and family, Nelson Francis, Kermit Forbes, Pastor Ivry Johnson and the Gilead Family, the Financial Secretary and Staff of the Ministry of Finance.Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, # 44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10::0 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
A 39-year-old man who was reportedly abducted a week ago was still missing up to yesterday.
Police say details surrounding Lloyd Ingraham's disappearance remain sketchy and they are now requesting help from the public. According to preliminary reports, Ingraham, of Seaview Acres, off Cowpen Road, went missing on August 29.
Police say he was abducted by three men from his Seaview Acres residence. The victim is described as having a medium brown complexion, of slim build and stands at 5'9".
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Ingraham or with information regarding the circumstances surrounding his disappearance is asked to contact police at 919, 911, the Central Detective Unit at 502-9991, 502-9910 or Crime Stoppers at 328-TIPS.
Meantime, police are also requesting the public's help in locating a missing teenager.
Police said 14-year-old Shavonne Hinds, of East Street, was last seen around 6 p.m. on Friday.
Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Hinds is asked to contact police at the numbers listed above.
A picture of Hinds was unavailable yesterday.
In other crime news, officers of the Western Division arrested a wanted suspect over the weekend.
Police said a 29-year-old man wanted by police for housebreaking and possession of a firearm and ammunition was taken into custody.
Police reports indicate that officers arrested the resident of Gambier Village around 10:45 a.m. on Saturday at a home on Mahogany Street in Pinewood Gardens.
At the time of the arrest, the suspect was found in possession of a quantity of suspected marijuana.
Active police investigations continue but the suspect faces charges including housebreaking, possession of a firearm and possession of dangerous drugs. He is expected to be charged in a magistrates court sometime this week.
Funeral service for Evelyn McPhee, 89 yrs., a resident of Durham Street, Mt. Royal Avenue East & formerly of George Town, Exuma, who died on 28th August, 2011, will be held at The New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Blue Hill Road, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor Alfred Stewart, assisted by Minister Theophilus Claridge. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Left to cherish her memories are her 1 son: Preston Bullard; 1 daughter: Rudie McPhee; 9 grandchildren: Paula Sherman, Odette, Shavon, Maceo & Wayne (Charmaine) Seymour, Sherrel, Presley, Pedro & Ricardo Bullard; 13 great grandchildren: Raynard, Ashton, Orrin, Mylyk, Neveah, Rubianno, Shamika, Delano, Decarlo, Chacarra & Pedro Jr.; 1 great great grandchild; host of nieces & nephews including: Willamae (Donald) Lotmore, Yvonne Bethel, Sidney McPhee, Shirley, Louise, Leroy & James McPhee, Miriam (Wendell) Bain, Doreen Strachan, George Wilkinson of New York, Virgie Tresvant of Opa Locka, Fl., Andrea Saunders, Renee Roberts, Zinabeth Sands, Melissa Ferguson, & Antoinette McPhee; 1 sister-in-law: Agnes McPhee; grand nieces & nephews: Juanita (Jerome) Roberts, Penny, Zetta, Robert & Shawn (Janice), Antwn Saunders of Bimini, Wesley Jr. & Myron Saunders of Bimini, Ricardo & Jermaine Lotmore, Lakeno, Tameko, Shenequa, Samantha, Dena, Jarvis, Shenandoah, Sherintia & Effernette; a host of other relatives & friends including: Arnold, Sidney (Moon) McPHee & family, Ethel McPhee & family, Delores Saunders of Bimini, the McPhee & Morley families of Exuma, Raymont Ferguson, Wayne Rolle, Nettie Carey, Mazel Deveaux, Dianna Pinder & family, Ianna Dawkins, Melony Bain, the Samuels family, Lillian Smith, Barbara Rolle & family, Dorothy Taylor & family, the Scantlebury family, the Durham Street family & Joy Fritzgerald.
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 9:00 a.m. until service time.
Police were last night searching for the car that belonged to the woman whose body was pulled out of waters near Prince George Wharf on Tuesday, along with the body of her young daughter.
The woman was identified as Amanda Seymour Burrows, 32, and her five-year-old daughter, Taja Burrows, according to police. They were residents of Stapledon Gardens.
The girl was a first grade student of St. John's College where news of her death shocked teachers, parents and students yesterday.
Police said the car is a dark colored Nissan Sunny, manufactured between 1997 and 1999. The license plate number is 117033.
Royal Bahamas Defence Force marines pulled the mother and daughter from the waters at about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. The young girl was found still wearing pajamas.
Police were last night trying to determine whether the woman drove herself and her daughter to the location where they eventually died.
Officer in charge of the Central Detective Unit Superintendent Paul Rolle told The Nassau Guardian yesterday that police had no new information regarding the deaths of the mother and daughter and would only reveal that a relative identified the bodies at the morgue.
Rolle also said he believed the woman was married, but could not say for sure. He also said that police did not have anyone in custody for questioning regarding the matter and had not as yet reclassified the deaths.
Police press liaison officer Sergeant Chrislyn Skippings said Tuesday that the bodies had no signs of injury and the deaths were being classified as sudden deaths.
The bodies were found floating near a defence force vessel by RBDF marines stationed at the dock.
Police presence increased in the area around the high security cruise ship dock after the bodies were found.
However, tourists milled about the area were seemingly unaware of the disturbing find so close to their port of entry.
Skippings said it was unlikely that the woman and young girl accessed the waters near the dock through the cruise ship port.
Rolle said officers were still out conducting their investigations up to press time yesterday evening.
Funeral service for Rolanda Lesley "Ro" Rolle, 24 yrs., a resident of Johnson Road, who died on 29th August, 2011, will be held at Bahamas Harvest Church, Prince Charles Drive, on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be Pastor Mario Moxey, assisted by Elder David Rolle. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Precious memories of her will always be in the hearts of her:Mother: Donna Rolle
Father: Leslie Lopez
Adopted Father: Arlington Munroe
Doctor: Vincent Nwosa
Sisters: Elmonique Campbell & Candice Simon
Brothers: Leslie Jr., Lavon & Lavan Lopez
Brothers-in-law: Davin Campbell & Jeffrey Simon
Grandmother: Evelyn Lopez
Uncles: Eugene, Howard, and Garnet Rolle, Livingstone Sweeting, Lenwood & Kirk Lopez
Aunts: Leanora Archer, Shelia Sweeting, Eva, Olga, Ruthnell, Myrtle, and Dorothy Rolle, Brenda Newbold of Pompano Beach, Florida, Naomi Moncur, Loretta Joseph, Gwendyln Rolle, Angela Campbell, Violet Major, and Kelean Rahming.
Grand Uncles & Aunts: Hayden & Betty Dean, Daisy Armbrister, Patricia Dean, Vernetta Saunders, Leonard Dean of Tampa Florida, Beulah Armbrister, and Emmie Stubbs.
Nieces & Nephews: Candia, Jeffrey Jr., Justin, and Nikiel Simon.
Cousins including: Clevette, Charles & Drake Gibson, Brett, Natasha & Breyah Archer, Glacia & D'Nette Morris, Monette, Whitmore, Destiny, Whitney & Seth Pratt, Melba, Warren, Gavin, Bonny, Shakeria, Shaniqua, Autrey, Aubrey, Shelly, Shantino, Brandee, Angel, Jonathan, Shamel,and T'Nea Rolle, Barranett Bascom, Brandon Ferguson, Evannah Meadows, Ciera Munroe, Roland Solomon, T'Neo Ellis, Kristie, Keith, and Kristopher Newbold of Pompano Beach, Florida.
Close friends: Leonard Sands, Stacey Butler, Ewan Moncur, Jason King and Garth Butler.
Other Loving Family & Friends: Kenya Johnson, Cashmere Roker, Shavon Lockhart, Kaywana Edgecombe, Tameka Johnson, Ms. Ethel McPhee, Peter & Marcella Moncur, Ms. Alleymae Dean, Eva Bullard, Brenda Brown, Margaret & Sherard Campbell, Yasmin Glinton, Mr. & Mrs. Nelson Moncur and Family, Cleora Mackey and Family, Doris Johnson Senior High School Class of 2003, Pastor Mario Moxey and the Bahamas Harvest Church Family, Pastor Edward St. Fleur and the Berea Seventh Day Adventist Church Family, Department of Social Services - Fox Hill Division, Dialysis Unit of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Johnson Road Community, Executive Grooming Barber & Salon - Anton Minnis.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday from 9-12:00 noon & at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service time.
Funeral service for Rolanda Lesley Rolle, 24 of Johnson Road, who died on 29th August, 2011, will be held at Bahamas Harvest Church, Prince Charles Drive, on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be Pastor Mario Moxey, assisted by Elder David Rolle. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Precious memories of her will always be in the hearts of her mother: Donna Rolle; father: Leslie Lopez; adopted Father: Arlington Munroe; Doctor: Vincent Nwosa; sisters: Elmonique Campbell & Candice Simon; brothers: Leslie Jr., Lavon & Lavan Lopez; brothers-in-law: Davin Campbell & Jeffrey Simon; grandmother: Evelyn Lopez; uncles: Eugene, Howard, and Garnet Rolle, Livingstone Sweeting, Lenw ...
Funeral service for Evelyn McPhee, 89 of Durham Street, Mt. Royal Avenue East & formerly of George Town, Exuma, who died on 28th August, 2011, will be held at The New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Blue Hill Road, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor Alfred Stewart, assisted by Minister Theophilus Claridge. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Left to cherish her memories are her 1 son: Preston Bullard; 1 daughter: Rudie McPhee; 9 grandchildren: Paula Sherman, Odette, Shavon, Maceo & Wayne (Charmaine) Seymour, Sherrel, Presley, Pedro & Ricardo Bullard; 13 great grandchildren: Raynard, Ashton, Orrin, Mylyk, Neveah, Rubianno, Shamika, Delano, Dec ...
Funeral service for Marie Aliette Fleuricourt-Joseph, 59 yrs., a resident of Joan's Height & formerly of Ocap, Haiti & San Salvador, who died on 1st october, 2011, will be held at United Apostolic Church, Honeycombe Street, off Hay Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor H.G. Ferguson, assisted by Bro. Johnson Blanc. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish her memories are her mother: Sonia Noel; husband: Joseph Charles; 2 daughters: Marie (Linda) & Rose (Tia); 1 son: Josue (Joel); 2 step daughters: Clairilia & Idamante; 4 grandchildren: Donte Whymns, Jovanna, Romel & Malachi Joseph; 4 step grandchildren: Wana, Loudie, Jose & Sterlin; 7 brothers: Claudion, Calixte, Gabriel, Napoleon, Rooul, Wisky & Caleb; 5 sisters: Rita, Emaze, Carol, Elcie & Lyrive; numerous aunts including: Amide, Talia, Suzette, Tertilia & Estevilia; numerous uncles including: David, Tertnlien, Francois, Noel & Terilus; numerous cousins including: Louis, Jacques, Uge Kelly, Dieu, Donne, Sylvia, Bolte, Marie Calixte & Bernadette Selvie; son-in-law: Joe Joseph; numerous sisters-in-law including: Marlene, Myrta, Charite, Evenie & Keteline; numerous brothers-in-law including: Frank, Calixte, Belony, Ulrik, Ermilio, Crayon Labranche; nephews-in-law: Rosny, Emile & Eugene Labranche; numerous nieces & nephews including: Magarette, Gabrielita & Junior Fleuricourt; other relatives & friends: Sis Marjorie English, Sis. Predelies & family, Sis. Vanie Blanc & family, John Willie & Examee Tousaint, Celio Theco & family, Sis. Emmanuel Louis & family, the Williams family, (San Salvador), Edmond family, the management & staff of Club Med, San Salvador, Roland Fenelon & family, Delinios Alice & family, Salina Huyler, Eve & Charlie of San Salvador, United Pentecostal Church, The New Alliance Church, Creol Choral, the staff of Ocean Club Residence & Marina, management and Staff of Riding Rock Inn, San Salvador, Pastor H.G. Ferguson, Bro. Johnson Blanc, Nadline Augustin, the staff of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Female Medical I especially Nurses Butler & McCoy, the management & staff of Paradise Security Services, Ermacia Jean, Rosny Labranche & family, Mr. Arthur & family, Sis. Carmen & family & the Good Shephard Church of God.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, on Friday from 12-3:00 p.m. & on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
Funeral Service for the Late Hubert Wong, 84 years of #5 Paradise Island Drive, Paradise Island, will be held on Saturday October 15th, 2:00 p.m. at St. Anselm's Catholic Church, Bernard Road, Fox Hill. Monsignor Preston Moss, Fr. Nduka Uzor and Deacon Rev'd. Raymond Forbes will officiate. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.
He is survived by: his loving and devoted wife of 63 years, Lilla Wong; six sons: Andrew, Peter, Paul, Derek, Gary and Rodney; one daughter: Linda Lightbourne; seventeen grandchildren: Andrew Jr. (DeVaughn), Omar, Peter Jr. (P.J.), Paul Jr., Derek Jr. (D.J), David, Gary Jr. (Kevin) and Nahshon Lightbourne; Melissa, Leah, Brooke, Broquell and Christina Wong, Ramona and Sophia Lightbourne, Felicia Moss (Lisa) and Mia Fawkes. Thirteen great-grands: Nahshontia, Nahshon, Chezidek and Khiyah Lightbourne, Dexter, Danej, Davante, Deshawn Moss, Isaiah, Isabella, Amorie and Rainon Wong and Maliyah Fawkes; one brother: Charles Adderley; three sisters: Vernita Meadows, Beryl Elliott and Annamae Burrows; five daughters-in-law: Millicent, Wendy, Christine, Nadia and Brenda Wong; one son-in-law: Remorn Lightbourne; four sisters-in-law: Ethlyn Thompson, Irene Griffin, Andrea Adderley and Beatrice Wong; one brother-in-law: Theophilus Meadows; two grand daughters-in-law: Angela Lightbourne and Melissa Wong; two grand sons-in-law: Dexter Moss and Maurice Fawkes; three aunts: Alberta Miller, Cardell Russell and Geneva Miller; one uncle: Samuel Miller; numerous nieces and nephews including: Cleopatra Obeng, Elvis, Frederick and Rosenell Edgecombe, Laverne Armbrister, Teresa Williams and Kirk Griffin, Anthony, John, Phil and Lisa Meadows, Nyoka, Andrea, Jannell, Christopher and Dave Elliott, Ron and Shawn Adderley, Belinda and Kevin Wallace; other relatives and friends including: Robert Humes of Brooklyn, New York, Gloria Woods of Brooklyn, New York, Patsy Hamilton of Grand Bahama, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Griffin and family of Eleuthera, the staff of Wongs Printing, Board of the Boys Industrial School, Prison Fellowship Committee, the Chinese Community, Bahamas Body Building, Full Gospel Ministries, Kiwanis Club of Nassau, staff of Sunshine Paradise Suites, the Kemp Road Community, members of Church of God, the Catholic Community, Dr. Jagadeesh, Bishop Walter and Minalee Hanchell (Great Commission), David Major, Bishop Kirk and Sherol Smith, Donald Curry, John Ellis, Bishop Chester Role, Martha Sands, Silkert Thompson, Thelma Lim, Lakeno Strachan, Nurse Chanelle Diggiss, Ann Griffin, Greg Williams, Pastor Jay Simms and Christian Life Church Family, Minnie Simms, Arthur Eldon, Richard and Ruth Demeritte, William, Barry and Ronnie Wong, Eddison Deleveaux, Dr. Norman Gay, Danny Sumner, Arthur Peet, Dr. Olga Clarke, Mr. Frederick Arnette (Billy Graham Min.), Velma Curling, Jean Davis, Brian Wong, Diane Brown, Mary Sands and Family, James and Marge Williams and family, Una Clarke, Bishop Ros Davis, Leslie and Beverly Culmer, Arimintha Newbold, Pastor Rick and Gay Dean and Family of Faith, Claire Marie Johnson, Nicola Paul, Sharon and Rodney Pinder, Garth Culmer, Cynthia Boothe, Denise McPhee, Carnetta Lightbourne, Denise Strachan, Francis Henfield, Monsignor Preston Moss and St. Anselm's Catholic Church family, Dorcas Prayer Group (Iris Dean, Mary Sands, Velda Campbell. Evelyn Winder, Kayla Smith), Ekklesia Ministries. Greater Love Ministries, Bishop Philemon Wilson and Faith Temple Ministries family. Freedom International Ministries and many others too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau Street on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service time.
Funeral service for Delano Jason Coakley, Jr., 2 of East Street, who died on 24th August, 2011, will be held at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Bamboo Town, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor Joseph Thompson, assisted by Rev. Denzel Clarke. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left with cherished memories are his:
Parents: Delano Coakley Sr. & Nickesha Missick; Grand Parents: Dave Coakley, Marsha & Esley Hanna, Eulamae Green and Edison Missick; Great Grand Parents: Erskine & Vernita Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Doswell Coakley Sr., Sybil Green of Mangrove Cay Andros, Advira Missick of Betsy Bay Mayaguana, and Kenneth Missick ; Uncles: Leon & Lopez Hann ...
Funeral Service for Darnette Terez Dean-Brooks, 47 of Domingo Heights West will be held on Sunday, September 11, 2011 at 2:00 p.m.
Berea Seventh Day Adventist Church
Baillou Hill Road South
Pastor Leonardo Rahming and Pastor John Carey
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive
She is survived by her husband: Kendal Brooks, Sr.; children: PC 2744 Kendal Brooks Jr. and Daniesha Brooks; parents: Wilbert and Angels Dean; grandchildren: Kendia Brooks and Kendal Brooks III; broth ...
Two days after the bodies of a woman and her daughter were found floating in waters near Prince George Wharf, officials discovered her abandoned car, which according to an eyewitness was parked near Fort Charlotte on Wednesday.
The Nassau Guardian meanwhile confirmed that police were yesterday questioning a man in connection with the deaths, which were still classified as sudden deaths.
The bodies of Amanda Seymour-Burrows, 32, and her five-year-old daughter, Taja Burrows of Stapledon Gardens, were found on Tuesday morning by defence force marines.
Seymour-Burrows' car, a blue Nissan Sentra, was discovered by police around 7:30 a.m. yesterday, west of the Cricket Club on West Bay Street, Assistant Superintendent Ken Strachan told reporters on the scene.
The eyewitness, who works in the vicinity where the car was parked, said she watched as a man parked it under a tree just behind the Cricket Club.
"At 6:45 [Wednesday] morning while waiting on my boss to open up I saw a blue Sentra with a white sticker pass me with a male gentleman with Rasta like locks," said the eyewitness, who spoke on condition on anonymity.
"Less than five minutes [later] the same person came from the back of [the Cricket Club] with some clothes in his hand. He walked past my vehicle and went out the main entrance [at Haynes Oval]. I didn't know the cause of it but he kept looking back."
The eyewitness said when the man emerged from the back of the Cricket Club he had taken off the gray tam he was wearing while driving the car and had a peach and white towel in his hand.
Strachan said police hope the discovery of the car will boost their investigation as it is one of the first clues that police have uncovered in the case.
"We are concerned about the circumstances surrounding this situation. At this time our investigators are checking to see if there is anything untoward with the car," Strachan said.
When defence force marines pulled the bodies from the waters, the girl was wearing pajamas, police said.
Funeral Service for Lillian Louise King, 78, of High Tree Estates and formerly of Majors Cay, Crooked Island, will be held on Saturday, 10th September, 2011 at 11:00 am at Mt. Pleasant Green Baptist Church, Quakoo and East Street. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Wesley Thompson, assisted by Nelson McFall and Rev. Garth Johnson. Interment will follow Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish her memories is her sons: George, Wilfred and Anthony; daughters: Christine Pinnock and Dianne Spencer; mother-in-law: Dianna Hepburn; brothers-in-law: Charles, Bernard and George Hepburn; sisters-in-law: Elizabeth Brown, Margaret Rahming, Ann Hepburn, Eugie Hepburn; grand children: Georgio Rolle, Georgette King ...
Friday 8th May 2009 7:00 PM
Join Us for an evening of music in the Retreat Garden Featuring: C-FORCE - Christine Gangelhoff (Flute), Christy Lee (Piano), Chris Justillien (Horn & Saxophone) BNT Member, $20; General Public, $25 Where: The BNT Retreat, Village Road For more information, contact 242-393-1317 Email: email@example.com
Nurse Evamae Stubbs-Gordon, 62, of #1897 Spice Street, Pinewood Gardens and formerly of Dumfries Cat Island will be held on Saturday, September 10, 2011 at 10am at Remnant Tabernacle of Praise, Carmichael and Golden Isles Roads. Rev. Dr. Kendal C. Stubbs, assisted by Ministers Edmund Stubbs and Wendell Pratt will officiate and burial will be in Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleums, John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Roads.
The Radiance of this “Diamond of A Gem” will always glow in the hearts of her:
Mother: Maryanna Hepburn-Stubbs;
One Adopted Son: Police Constable 3068 Errol Meadows Jr.;
One Adopted Granddaughter: Erin Olivia Meadows;
Six Brothers: Joe S ...