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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...
When the new school year begins on Monday, traffic on New Providence is expected to increase dramatically as parents of school-aged children try to navigate through the ongoing New Providence Road Improvement Project.
To assist in easing the flow of traffic, the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) is expected to deploy as many as 130 officers to deal with possible congestion in the capital Monday morning.
In total, about five schools will be affected by ongoing road works: C.I. Gibson Senior High, St. Augustine's College (SAC), Doris Johnson Senior High, Faith Temple School and C.R. Walker High School.
Assistant Superintendent of Police Dennis Sturrup of the RBPF Traffic Division said police are most concerned about congestion at the intersection of Prince Charles Drive.
During a road works tour yesterday, environmental specialist in the Ministry of Public Works, Shenique Albury, said work on Prince Charles Drive is progressing steadily.
"The works in this area are well advanced," she said. "We have been able to pave since July, and we're working our way west along Prince Charles Drive. Every area has its own timeline, and what we're trying to get people to understand is that we're working in sections.
"The first section was between Pine Barren Road and the junction of Fox Hill Road. The second section is between Pine Barren and College Garden Road."
The ministry has designed routes intended to provide easy access to the schools.
Those traveling to C.I. Gibson are encouraged to use the Wulff Road round-about, and later Samana Drive, once its reopened in the near future.
Those traveling westbound to SAC should use Fox Hill Road via Springfield Road.
People traveling east should use Prince Charles Drive as usual, but note that only local access will be given.
Those going to Doris Johnson will be granted westbound access on Prince Charles Drive.
Those traveling east along Prince Charles Drive can take the detour through Beatrice Avenue to Fox Hill Road and then go back onto Prince Charles Drive.
Access to those trying to reach Faith Temple can reach the school heading west on Prince Charles Drive through Pine Barren Road.
For those headed to C.R. Walker, the recommended route is via Market Street at School Lane, or Blue Hill Road to Hay Street, then onto Market Street and School Lane.
In addition, works officials advise all pedestrians to heed warnings on work sites, and stay outside work zones as much as possible.
Funeral Service for Sidney Ishmael Sears, 60, of Curtis Road, Gambier Village will be held on Saturday 3rd September, 2011 at 11:00am at One Way Holiness Apostolic Church, Rupert Dane Lane. Officiating will be District Elder Lilymae Knowles assisted by Elder Troy Mott. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Roads.
Left to cherish his memories is his children: Det. CPL Cedric Sears, Ingrid Deveaux, Synovia Sears-Chipman, Debbie and Gary Sears, Sandralee Edgar, Trevor Bethel, Shakera McKinney, Cresswell Chipman; brothers: Daniel Sr., Michael, Larry, Tyrone, John and Dale Sears; sisters: Gwendolyn Braynen, Janet Sears-Lightbourne and Anetha Peterson; aunts ...
Home going service for the life of the late Tasia Shekira Rolle, 26 yrs., a resident of Minnie Street, who died on 21st August, 2011, will be held at Abundant Life Bible Church, Abundant Life Road, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor Cranston Knowles, Pastor Tom Roberts & other Ministers of the Gospel. ;Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish fond memories are her parents: Brian & Laverne Rolle; her brother: PC 3542 Teron Rolle; niece: T'earra Rolle; grandparents: Errol Sr. & Melitza Rolle & Deacon Bertram Archer Sr.; aunts: Catherine Johnson, Sharraine Walkes, Nadia Evans, Jasmine, Marie, Antoinette, Lucinda, & Patricia Rolle, Barbara Newbold, Debra Gibson, Patricia Dean, Martha McFall, Lenora, Sylvia, Cynthia, Evamae, Janice, Mary & Annamae Archer; uncles: Errol Jr., Michael & Scott Rolle, Colin Johnson, Corporal 816 Peter Walkes, Mervin Evans, Bertram Jr., Herbert, Mark, Franklyn & Sherwin Archer, Rev. Nelson McFall, Kirklyn Newbold & Bertram Dean; a host of other relatives & friends.
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.
Funeral Service for the Late Ernest Strachan Sr., 66 years of #73 West Street, will be held on Saturday September 3rd, 11:00 a.m. at Free In Jesus Deliverance Miracle Temple. Wulff Road. Minister Derek Feaste and Minister Randy Feaste will officiate. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive.
He is survived by His Wife: Saphora Strachan; Sisters Eloise Colebrooke also known as 'MOM", and Ellen Strachan; Six Sons: Ernest Jr., David, Javin, Emory, Carson and Elton Strachan; One Adapted Son: Larvardo Dorsett; Three Daughters: Carla, Shaquel and Shankera Strachan; Fourteen Grandchildren: Shaneria, Katicia, Ernest Jr. III, Daivanna, Jordan, David Jr., Amery , Shammah, Emory Jr. Carseonique Strachan, Ryan and Carlicia Armbrister; One Uncle: James Strachan of Hollywood Florida; One
Expecting son-in-law: Brian Armbrister; Three Daughters-in-law: Sarah, Sharlise andCheryl Strachan; Sisters-in-law: Gloria Strachan, Anita, Bloneva and Martha Edgerton of Miami Florida; Brothers-in-law: James Ingraham, Calvin Edgerton and Maurice Darling of Miami Florida; Nephews: Mario, Johnny, Javon Strachan, andHenry Rolle; Nephew-in-law: Anisley Sr.; Five Nieces: Rochelle, Jarnice, Tracey,Margaret and Juanita Strachan, Latoya Rolle and Katrina Rolle-Whyms; Three Grand Nieces: Gina, Meriloquia and Juliette Strachan; Seven Grand Nephews: John and Chavez Strachan, Anisley Brown, Paul Whyms, Lynden, Lebron and Leton Johnson; Cousin: Darnell Bastian and Family; Special friend: Carolyn Dorsett; Other Relative and Friends including: Ernestine Stuart and Vernita McKenzie, Patrick Brown, Bernadette Rolle and Family, Stephen Hepburn and Family, Bill Smith, Edgar Carey, Avery Burrows, Jarvis Rolle, West Street Family, Big Pond Family, Yellow Elder Family, Department of Environmental Health, Solid Waste Mgt. Division Family, Free in Jesus Family, Herbie and Family, Magnus Gordon and Family, The Thompson Family and Samuel Miller (Big Dog), Bernard Family, George Strachan, Mrs. Ruth and Family, David and Family, David Fowler and Family, Christopher Adderley and Family, Shirley Sweeting and Family, Philip Mycklewhyte and Family, Kelsie and Family, Arade and Family, Shelly, Shorts, Mr. Martin, Josey Smiley, Dera, Tye, Sherlly, Danny, Walty, Mona, and Kitty and Family.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 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.
Funeral Service for Carolyn Elizabeth Bowleg, 43, of West Bay Street, will be held on Friday, September 02nd, 2011, at 1:45 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, Boyd Road. Officiating will be Deacon Gregory Taylor. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive.
Left to cherish her memories are: her son : Dejon Carrington Bowleg ; her mother: Josephine Bowleg; three sisters: Vonique, Albertha and Ruthellen Bowleg; one brother: Nicholas Lenard Bowleg; sister-in-law: Marie Bowleg; two aunts: Rosaline Watkins and Sonia Smith; one uncle: Phillip Bowleg; three nieces: Andrenique Wright, Nicolette and Nicole Bowleg; two nephews: Deshad Turn ...
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.
The Office of the Attorney General has abandoned the trial of a man accused of injuring another man and a little boy in a drive-by shooting.
Renardo Minns, 21, faced two counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life in connection with a June 14, 2010 shooting at a Pinewood Gardens car wash that injured Tyson Deveaux and Anthon Whyms, four, who was shot in the head. He was also accused of endangering the life of Anthon's mother, Abigail Whyms.
Police suspected that Deveaux was the intended target of the shooting. The attack occurred exactly one week after Deveaux was freed from prison on a murder charge. Deveaux was charged with the April 19, 2009 murder of Marlon "Marley" Smith. He was fatally shot during an ambush at his Pinewood Gardens home.
Supreme Court Justice Vera Watkins empaneled the jury for Minns' trial on Monday. However, all of the complainants were no-shows for the proceedings.
Watkins advised Minns yesterday that he could be prosecuted on the charges at a future date.
Linda Evans was the prosecutor and V. Alfred Gray represented Minns, who was on bail.
Funeral service for Percival George Brown, 69 yrs., a resident of Elizabeth Estates & formerly of Mangrove Cay, Andros, who died on 23rd August, 2011, will be held at Antioch Native Baptist Church, McKinney Avenue, Stapledon Gardens, on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Anthony J. Carroll, assisted by Rev. Eric r. Lightbourne. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Cherished memories will forever be in the hearts of his loving and devoted Wife of 45 years, Shirley; Children and their spouses: Tyrone (Zannadette) Dean, Christine (Rev. Eric) Lightbourne, Deacon Kevin (Sheila) Brown, Denece (Keith) Mackey, Kim and Patrice Brown, Allison (Nigel Sr.) Bethel, Zhivago (Jackie) Brown. Grandchildren: Deidre, Taivanni and Jada Dean and Tavarri Stuart; Trevor (Kendra) Bethel, Crystal Ingraham, Zephaniah and Demerro Lightbourne; Acadia and Yasmin Brown; Keianise and Deneia Mackey; Arcturia Lewis; Nigel Jr, Nikeitra and Shelly Bethel; Ashley and Cordero Sturrup; Zhivago and Zhivante Brown; Aaron, Jermaine, Aisha; Great grand children: Tyrique and Adrianna Ingraham, and Karrington Bethel, Mickell & Mickale. Brothers: Rev. Alfred Brown and Bernard Brosn; Sisters: Venice King, Rosa Evans, Florence (Tiny)Wallace, Iris and Marie Brown. Brothers-in-law: Oral Gibson, Etienne King, Wellington, Abraham and Harold Johnson. Sisters-In-Law: Madlyn Taylor, Rose Gibson, Marion Brown, Francita, Sybil, Naomi, Maria Johnson.God-Daughter: Leonora Gray-Brennen. Nieces and Nephews, Prince Miller, Sylvia Burrows, Trudymae, Ruth, Princess Clarke, Majorie, Gracie, Ellen, Jelita, Vernita, Prince, Percy, Alexander; Whitney, Rodney, Samuel, Patricia, Rosemarie, Louise, Saramae, Majorie, Janetta; Andrew, Dennis, Loretta, Florence, Eddie, Whitlene; Margaret, Betty, Yvonne, Patrice, Monique, Simeon, Hiram, Desirene, Cindy; Janet, Everette, Michelle, Antoinette, Stephanie, Evangeline, Donnalee, Shanika; Sherry and Permal Saunders; Fern, Rosetta, Robertha, Tamita, Margareta, Marva; Margarita, Utta, Othnell; Axwell, Minerva, Minera. Other relatives and friends including Rev. Dr. Anthony and Cheryl Carroll and Antioch Baptist Church family, St. Margaret Road Baptist Church family, Salem Union Baptist Church family, Bishop Patrick Pinder and family, Don Brice, Vanessa Saunders, Doris Burrows and family, Lindianna Rahming and family, Jason Farrington, Shirley Pinder and family, Olliemae Davis and family, Dorothy Major and family, Mr. & Harold Mrs. Davis, Yorick Evans & family the Pickstock family, Glena Percentie and family, Beverly Smith and family, Perline Johnson and family, Lawrence Rolle and family, Dwight and Dwayne Gibson, Lynden Knowles, Sheila and Joe Clarke and family, Peter and Yvette Turnquest & family, Betty Duncombe, Norman Duncombe and family, Hesterlina Miller, Evangeline, Ernestina, Ernest, Sharon Johnson and family, Derek Burrows, Garth Duncombe, Henry White, Lillis Bowe, Brenda Robinson, Ocean Club Resort, The Dune Restaurant, The College of The Bahamas, Nathaniel Rolle and so many others too numerous to mention, but holds a special place in our hearts.
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 wervice 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.
Funeral service for Percival George Brown, 69 of Elizabeth Estates & formerly of Mangrove Cay, Andros, who died on 23rd August, 2011, will be held at Antioch Native Baptist Church, McKinney Avenue, Stapledon Gardens, on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Anthony J. Carroll, assisted by Rev. Eric r. Lightbourne. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Cherished memories will forever be in the hearts of his loving and devoted Wife of 45 years, Shirley; Children and their spouses: Tyrone (Zannadette) Dean, Christine (Rev. Eric) Lightbourne, Deacon Kevin (Sheila) Brown, Denece (Keith) Mackey, Kim and Patrice Brown, Allison (Nigel Sr.) Bethel, Zhivago (Jackie) Brown. Grand ...
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 ...
- Genre : Drama
- Rating : TBC - To Be Classified
A gardener in East L.A. struggles to keep his son away from gangs and immigration agents while traveling across town to perform landscaping work for the city's wealthy landowners....
Funeral Service for Naomi Gaitor, 73, of the Grove will be held on Saturday, October 1, 2011 at 11:00 a.m.
Christ The King Parish Church
Ridgeland Park, West
Canon Curtis Robinson
Reverend Bradley Miller
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive
She is survived by her companion: Bernard Rolle Sr.; five sons: James, Bernard Jr., Eric, Stephen and Nathan Rolle; five daughters: Lizerene Dames, Althamese Rahming, Deloris, Denise and Cassandra Rolle; four sisters: Petral Lightbourne, Maria Huyler, Ethel Gaitor and Jean Dean of Homestead, Florida; eighteen gran ...
Funeral service for Mervin Ralston Lim, 81, of Skyline Heights will be held on Saturday September 10th 2011 at 11:00am at Central Gospel Chapel, Christie and Dowdeswell Street. Officiating will be Pastor Tom Roberts. Burial will be in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive.
He is survived by his: Wife: Iris Thelma; Two Sons: Keith and Michael; Two Daughters: Barbara Carroll and Elizabeth Lim; Son-in-law: Kevin Carroll; Daughter-in-law: Karen Lim; Grandson: Kevin Lim; Granddaughters: Caroline and Belinda Hale, Autumn-Rose Lim, Ashley and Alanah Knowles; Brother: Vincent (Barbara) Lim of Virginia, USA; Sister: Merle Coffey of Jacksonville, Florida; Brother-in-law: David (Una) Nottage; Sisters ...
Statement by US Ambassador Nicole Avant: Reaffirming the resilience of the human spirit on September 11
On September 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 people from more than 90 nations perished in New York City, at the Pentagon, and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. On Sunday, the United States will mark the 10th anniversary of those attacks that brought so much pain to thousands of families. It will be a time to honor all those that we've lost, and a time to reaffirm the strength and resilience of the human spirit.
President Obama took inspiration from the victims and survivors of terrorism by establishing September 11 as a National Day of Service. Last year, 11.5 million people -- including the president and First Lady Michelle Obama -- participated in the day of service, helping charitable organizations and community groups throughout the United States.
On Friday, the U.S. Embassy responded to President Obama's call to service by breathing new life into the children's corner at the G.K. Symonette Library in Yellow Elder Gardens and through a U.S. Coast Guard-led beach clean-up on Jaws Beach. In addition, on Sunday, the U.S. flags on the U.S. Embassy Compound and at my Liberty Overlook residence will also be flown at half-staff in memory of the events ten years ago.
The 10th anniversary of September 11 is a moment where all societies can reflect on the enduring strength of the human spirit and recognize our vital partnerships. In doing so, we send a unified message: Terrorism will not prevail.
On behalf of President Obama and the entire U.S. Mission, I would like to express my appreciation to the government and the people of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas for being a steadfast partner in reducing the threat of terrorism through your commitment to core democratic values, counterterrorism and border security cooperation.
NASSAU, Bahamas -- Ten years ago on September 11, nearly 3,000 people from more than 90 nations perished in a terrorist attack targeting the United States. U.S. President Obama took inspiration from the victims and survivors of this tragic event by establishing September 11 as a National Day of Service. Last year, 11.5 million people -- including the president and First Lady Michelle Obama -- participated in the day of service, helping charitable organizations and community groups throughout the United States.
In response to U.S. President Barack Obama's call to service, U.S. Embassy Nassau marked the anniversary of September 11th with two community service projects on New Providence. On the morning of September 9th, The U.S. Embassy's Chargè d'affaires, Mr. John Dinkelman, visited the G.K. Symonette Library to donate a collection of over 400 new Scholastic books for young readers as well as bookshelves, a rug, brightly colored pillows and a large nursery rhyme mural to brighten up the children's corner.
The donation was a way for the U.S. Embassy to give back to the community of Yellow Elder Gardens by creating a bright, vibrant space where children can explore the world through reading. On hand for the donation were second graders from C.W. Sawyer Primary School and Ms. Dorcas Bower from the Ministry of Education.
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 ...
Funeral Service for Franklyn Norman Turnquest, 58, 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 ...
Funeral Service for Neil Shean Percentie, 35, of Union Village who died on Wednesday September 7, 2011 will be held on Saturday September 17, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at Annex Baptist Cathedral, Wulff Road and Pinedale. Officiating will be Apostle Mitchell Jones, assisted by Pastor Dencil Hutchinson. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Cherished memories will forever linger in the hearts of his Mother: Florina Tinker; Daughter: Aeisha Jacquelyn; Stepmother: Beverly Percentie; Three Sisters: Elmira Hunter, Janice Taylor and Ramona Percentie; Seven Brothers: Wayde, Andy, Devon, David, Mario, Sean and Quintin Percentie; Two Nieces: Andrea & Ambria Percentie; Three Nieces:...