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A 20-year-old man was shot in the head and killed in Pinewood Gardens Wednesday night.
The murder victim, identified by investigators as Carlson Leslie Taylor of Gilbert Street, was shot around 11 p.m. as he walked through a short cut off Mount Tabor Drive, police confirmed.
Taylor was taken to hospital by ambulance where he died a short time later.
Up to yesterday police had no leads in the murder investigation. The murder was the 59th recorded for 2011.
Investigators are appealing to members of the public who may have any information regarding the killing to contact police at 911, 919, the Central Detective Unit (CDU) at 502-9991, 502-9910 or Crime Stoppers at 328-TIPS.
Last year at this time 40 murders had been recorded. In 2010, a record 94 murders were recorded in the country.
Wednesday's murder took place eight days after a man was shot and killed while walking in the area of Gambier Village. Donaldo Johnson, 26, who was recently released on bail, was shot in the head and died in hospital on June 8.
In other crime news, a 14-year-old boy was arrested after a handgun and ammunition were seized.
Police said that sometime around 10 p.m. on Wednesday officers were on patrol on Theodore Lane, off Tonique Williams-Darling Highway when they observed the male acting suspiciously.
Officers conducted a search of the male and allegely recovered the handgun and ammunition.
A funeral service for Prince Albert Storr, 60 yrs., a resident of Bethel Avenue and formerly of San Salvador, who passed away on 7th June, 2011, will be held at Evangelistic Temple, Collins Avenue and Fourth Terrace, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Gary Curry, assisted by Pastor Vaughn Cash. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to mourn his passing are: His Children: Lawrance, Lorraine and Warren; Son-in-law: Raymond Tucker; Twelve Grand Children: Kristoff, Lorenzo, Jason, Kristiza, Liah, Raymond, Lashae, Laurencia, Vashanti, Zion, Faith and Akeem. Sisters: Eloise Pinder, Vernita Edgecombe, Stephanie Rolle, Beverly Dean, Portia Jones, Loretta Storr and Mae Butler. Brothers: Samuel Storr, Peter Douglas, Ernie Hendrick, Harold Gordon, Charlie, Herchell and Gregory Storr. Sisters- in-law: Delcine Douglas, Carolyn Gordon and Thelma Storr. Brothers-in-law: Walter Rolle, Ulrick Dean, Joel Pratt, Emmerson Jones and Alrick Butler off San Salvador.; Nieces: Elvoin, Martha, Samantha, Felicia, Turkessa, Tre'Kiece, Yvette, Nadia, Timinthia, Karon, Tekia, Christa, Michaela, Victoria, Kristal, Emmernique, Elrina, Chalea, Matrica, Brittany, Tara, Elma, Chalechal, Opi, Marilyn, Figi, Cindy, Barbara, Becky, Vernita, Charmaine, Charlene and Glenda; Nephews: Andrew, Sammy, Pete, Peter, Alonza, Antwaun, Chavago, Deangelo, Ryan, Marcus, Chevron, Marlon, Alvon, D'ron, Antonio, Thea, Jonathan, Anwar, Wilton, Terrance, Troy, Dario, Dwayne, Dr. Chrisin Gomez, Glen Smith, Tony Missick and Cecil Mackey. Numerous amount of grandnieces, grandnephews, cousins, special friends and other close relatives including: Stephen, Tony, Elgin, Leo and Fred Douglas, Jennie Walker and family of San Salvador, George Lockhart and family, Tamara Taylor and family, Sybil Rolle and family, Eulease Brooks and family, Mable Arnette and family, Velma Hanna and family, Perry Johnson, Frank Lightbourne and family, Ida Saunders and family, Iron Stevens and family, Valdarine Barnett and family, Ormond & Tamara Saunders and family, Alice Bullard and family, Olive Forbes and family of Abaco, Carl and Shirley, Jean and Jamma, Edna Joseph and Family, Tony Mackey, Valentino Griffin and family, Drexel Dean and family, Sylvia Wallace and family, Sheryl Scott and family, Kizzy Stubbs and family, Tony Rolle and family, Wellington Pratt and family, Patrice Fernander & family, Basil and family, Alice Lafleur and family, Leonard sands and family, The Bain Town Community, The entire Community of Cockburn Town, San Salvador, The Bethell Ave family including: Mr & Mrs Basil Watson and family, Mrs. Alleyne and family, Chris Bain, Sean Burrows, Receo and Alex Fox, Oral Hudson, Demarco McKenzie, Mario and Jason, Jamaine, Bolo, Charles and Keith Miller, Sherese, Jasmine, Mario and Brian King, Prince Collins, Harry Nixon, Shanda Mortimer, Ron, Jermaine, and David McKenzie.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday, and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
FIVE men were arraigned in a Magistrate's Court yesterday on fraud charges in connection with a vehicle inspection and licensing scam.
Omar Major, 28, of Pinewood Gardens, was arraigned in Court One, Bank Lane, yesterday charged with possession of a forged document.
It is alleged that on Saturday, June 18, Major was found in possession of a forged Road Traffic License. Major pleaded guilty to the charge and was granted bail in the sum $2,000 with one surety. The case was transferred to Court 10, Nassau Street, and adjourned to July 8.
Altello Taylor, 28, of Sandilands Village Road, pleaded not guilty yesterday to a similar charge. It is alleged that on Saturday, June 18, he was found in possess ...
Bahama, The Bahamas - Orchids (a.k.a. Orchidaceae) can be found in
almost every habitat on Earth, and at least 400 orchid plants can be
found in Barry Parker's garden in Lucaya.
Hooked from the time he coaxed a bloom from his Cattleya orchid in the
mid-1980's, Barry has since used all of his spare time cultivating his
orchid collection. He has bought some of his orchids from local
nurseries, others have been given to him (temporarily) as rescue
projects, and he has rescued native Bahamian orchids from certain doom
at construction sites. More than 25 years later, Barry is retired and
can devote all of his time to his precious blooms...
Full Military Funeral Service for Police Constable 995 Bernard Collie, 42 of Watlings Street, Coconut Grove will be held on Friday at 11:00 A.M at New Covenant Baptist Church, Independence Drive. Officiating will be Rev. Edna Louise Williams J.P. assisted by Fr. Stephen Davies, Chaplin of the Royal Bahamas Police Force
interment in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
He is survived by His Devoted Mother: Marietta Stubbs; Sisters: Brendalee and Oreatha Collie, Brunell Williams; Brothers: Donathan and Elroyd Collie, Christopher Griffith, Wilfred Meadows; Fiancé: Dian Francis; Nieces: Samantha Clarke, Seleshia and Dorita Collie, Ashley Moore, Cassie Meadows, Brunell, ...
Police have charged a third suspect with the home invasion murder of phone card vendor Charles Chrysotome.
James Mombranche, 18, of Winder's Terrace, did not have to enter a plea to the murder charge when he appeared before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez yesterday.
Mombranche joins Ricardo Brown, 23, of Gilbert Street, and Rodney Johnson, 19, of Garden Hills, on remand for the February 26, 2011 incident.
Prosecutors intend to fast-track the case to the Supreme Court by eliminating the preliminary inquiry in the magistrate's court.
Funeral Service for Carlson Leslie Taylor, 20, of Kennedy Subdivision who died on June 16, 2011 will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at New Bethlehem Baptist Church, Independence Drive. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Everette J. Brown, Minister Sheila Brown, Minister Christine Johnson, Minister Derek Munroe, Deacon Timothy Bailey and Other Ministers of the Gospel. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
He is survived his mother: Dellareese Rolle; Father and Stepmother: Cessel and Portia Taylor; Stepfather: Ivan Rolle Jr., Grandparents: Douglas and Dec. Rose Tynes and Maria Maycock; Sisters: Tremaine and Ivanna Rolle, Cecily Seymour, Attorney Tamara Taylor, Shakema, Lisa and Shavonne Taylor; Brothers: Quinton Barr, Ricardo and Rinardo Brown, Alvin Strachan, Cecil, Trevor, Kevin, LeSean, Sharif, Brad and Renaldo Taylor; Aunts: Theresa Bain, Najwa Knowles, Minique, Nathalee, Lynette and Shareta Tynes, Jenny Mae and Betty Rolle, Rosita Taylor, Joycelyn Owens and Princess Culmer of Ft. Lauderdale Florida, Myrtle Gardiner, Ivy and Vernita Davis, Pat Bell and Faye Pennerman; Uncles: Tyrone, Kevin and Jeffrey Tynes, Michael Bain, Michael Rolle, Jay Knowles, Dustin Dorsette, Oswald, Thomas, Paul, James, Donnie and Eddison Taylor, Herbert, Anthony, Emmanuel, Roy, Kirkwood, Keith, Joel, Godfrey, Keno, David and PC 2891 Richard Rolle; Grand Aunts: Millicent Fernander, Evangelist Carolyn Evans, Caffie Bowe, Cornelia Johnson, Agnes Moss, Maud Ferguson and Harriet Cooper; Grand uncles: Alfred Rolle, Arnold Munroe, Stephen Rolle and Julius Farquharson of Freeport Grand Bahama; Bishop Nelson Ferguson and Roderick Cooper; Brother-in-Law: Pedro Seymour; Numerous nieces including: Tanesha, Pedrya and D'ontrae; Numerous nephews including: Q'Shawn and Quintino Barr, Ian Hart Jr., Keron, Trevado Oreathio and LeSean Jr., 8 grandnieces and grand nephews, Cousins: Tamika Johnson, T'Kya and Pamela Bain, Tynesha, Tyesha, Tyla, Jasmine and Jewel Tynes and Carla Bethell, Michael Jr., and Christian Bain, Tyrese and Jeff Tynes Jr., Dwight and P'Andray Charlow, Kade, Kyle and Koen Bodie, Bradea and Bradley Cash, Brickell, Travis and Preston Moss, Patrice Harris, Ian and Alfred Rolle Jr., Samuel Munroe, Monique Toote, Stephen Rolle Jr., WPC 476 Jacqueline Johnson, Durano, Tavares, Roy Jr., Kirknell, Crystal and Rashad Rolle, Elkera and Zane Knowles, Darian Smith, Michael Higgs and Derron Damascus; Special Friend: Rintare 'Peggy' Darling and children Maquin and Ferrenea; Numerous other relatives and friends including Ian Hart Sr., Shakera Youte, Raqueisha McPhee, Nigel Williams, Christine Barr and Family, Barbara Rodgers and Family, Jack Knowles and Family, Natasha and Dwainia Black and Family, Anna Rolle and Family, Sonia Cleare and Family, Tennile Percentie and Family, Muriel Jackson and Family from Cocoa Florida, Mavis Lockhart and Family, The Newbold Family, Ebony and Shandia Finlayson, Staff of Casa D'Angelo, Atlantis, Staff of the Plant Laundry Dept. Atlantis, Staff of Esso Bargain City, Staff of Keep Kool Air Conditioning, Oscar and Tammy Finlayson, Mrs. King from Government High, Cpl. 2566 Warren Storr, Mortiva Pennerman, Faith Rolle, Boatman, Yogi, John & Johnette Rolle, The New Bethlehem Church Family, The Ridgeland Park, Montell Heights, Yellow Elder, Pinewood, Bamboo Town and Kennedy Communities, and many others too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, Rosetta Street, Palmdale from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, and from 10 a.m. at the Church on Saturday until service time.
Nassau, The Bahamas - Solar photovoltaic
systems may become mandatory to The Bahamas' building code, as the Government
shepherds Bahamians through the impact of climate change and the rising
costs of global energy prices. The National Energy Policy is designed
to guide Bahamians to reduce energy consumption, especially people living
in low-income homes.
"This is a programme to encourage Bahamians
to begin to use some of the gifts that God has given us, some of our
natural resources, which is that of solar energy. These solar water
heaters cost between $3,000 and $3,500 each, after installation
- Genre : Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Romance
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Garden gnomes Gnomeo (voice of McAvoy) and Juliet (voice of Blunt) have as many obstacles to overcome as their quasi namesakes when they are caught up in a feud between neighbors......
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DURING January of this year I was given more than a dozen varieties of heirloom tomato seeds. This was very exciting, of course, and I had to abandon my regular favourites (including other heirlooms) in order to try out the newcomers.
My vegetable gardens are too small to do justice to so many varieties and so I shared seeds with friends. I grew one or two of each myself, which is hardly the basis of any scientific judgment, but did come up with some really interesting results.
My favourite large pink heirloom tomatoes are Brandywine and Giant Pink Ruffled. I can now add German Pink.
The problem with large heirlooms is that fruit production is often small. One German Pink p ...
A summer of record heat has led to extreme challenges for the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) which once again shut down power to thousands of residences and businesses yesterday, as the demand for electricity simply could not be met.BEC blamed yesterday's rolling blackouts - the latest in a series of load shedding exercises - on another failed generator. This was the third generator to go offline this week.The generator has not been properly maintained due to the corporation's strained financial situation, said BEC in a statement. The corporation staggered yesterday's blackouts in two-hour intervals, impacting different areas of New Providence.BEC said between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. it would shut down power to customers in Lyford Cay, Old Fort Bay, Lyford Hills, Charlottesville, Jacaranda, Blake Road, Sea Beach, Caves Village, Sandyport and Soldier Road between Abundant Life Road and Balliou Hill Road.BEC expected to cut electricity supply to customers in Tyler Street, Nassau Street, West Bay Street (between Xavier's Primary School and Vista Marina), Augusta Street, Deans Lane, Meeting Street, Balliou Hill Road South, College Drive, Boyd Road and all side streets between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.BEC expected that between 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. it would shut down supply to customers in Westward Villas, the Cable Beach strip, Lake Cunningham subdivision, Skyline Drive, Sanford Drive, Stapledon Gardens, Sea View Drive, West Bay Street, and John F. Kennedy Drive.Between 10:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. customers in Bamboo Boulevard, Pinewood Gardens, and South Beach were expected to have no electricity."Once again, the corporation apologizes to its customers and will continue to provide updates on the status of its generation challenges," BEC said in its statement.There have been rolling blackouts in New Providence since Monday when two of BEC's generators at its Clifton Pier plant failed.
One of those generators has since been brought back online. BEC said it has identified the problem with the second generator.
"The need for parts and extensive repairs means that the generator may be out of service for several days," said BEC.The corporation said the third failed generator is expected back online today. That generator is also located at the Clifton Pier plant.
"During this time, the corporation will continue to utilize the Generation Assistance Plan (GAP), relying on customers with large capacity standby units [capable of producing more than 1,000 kilowatts] freeing up capacity for other customers," BEC said. "Additionally, BEC is preparing to install the 20 megawatts of rental units. These units are expected to be operable by mid-month."BEC said with the GAP and the installation of the rental units, it would be able to limit the impact of any future generation problem on its customers.
Prosecutors yesterday reinstated a murder charge against four men, a day after a magistrate discharged the case because of the repeated failure of witnesses to appear.
Seriozha McKenzie, 32, of London Avenue, Miller's Heights; Merritt Forbes, 27, of Chesnut Street, Pinewood Gardens; Kooban Barr, 27, of Lynden Pindling Estates; and Teddy Butler, 25, were arraigned before acting Magistrate Jeanine Weech-Gomez for the May 7, 2010 shooting death of 17-year-old Berkley Miller.
Magistrate Derence Rolle-Davis on Monday dismissed the case, which had been before his court for 15 months when civilian witnesses did not show up for the preliminary inquiry.
Prosecutors now plan to bypass the hearing in the magistrate's Court and send the case to the Supreme Court by a voluntary bill of indictment.
All of the defendants were remanded to prison. However, Senior Justice Jon Isaacs approved $20,000 bail for McKenzie who was free during the hearing before the magistrate.
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 Retired Nurse Inez Louise Boyd Carey age 76 years a resident of Rupert Dean Lane will be held 1:00 p.m. Sunday, September 18th 2011 at The Apostle Of The End Time Church, West and Ferguson Street. Officiating will be Apostle Carlos Wallace assisted by other Ministers. Interment will be made in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F Kennedy Drive.
Left to cherish his memories her husband: Bruce Carey; seven children: Reginald Hanna, Paige Boyd, Vaughn, Wayne, Cordell Carey, Nina McBride and Sheena Cooper; four adopted daughters: Betty Bostwick, Janet Fynes, Glorian Lightbourne and Shelly Shepard; one sister: BerthaMae Bowleg; three brothers-in-law: Solomon Bowleg, Jack and Carl Carey; four sisters-in-law: Sybil Cassar, Carolyn Kelley, Lorraine Carey and Gloria Rolle; two daughters-in-law: Adora Hanna and Cherene Carey; sons-in-law: Wellington Cooper and Gayland McBride; numerous grandchildren: Reginald Jr. and Renee, Lauren and Paige Hanna, Rodney Smith, Quentin and Carlotta Scott, Akeem Boyd, Monalisa Carey, Adonis Vaughn, Leonardo, Kanya, Wayne Jr., Jahson, Rashad, Donovan and Winchelle Carey, Cordell Jr. and Eric Carey, Gaynell, Gabrielle, Genae, Gianina and Gayland McBride Jr., Akilah Lightbourne, Ashante and Wellington Cooper Jr.; nine great-grandchildren: Gianni Smith, Italy and Jaharie Scott, Chacovia Taylor, Shelly Pinder, Caleb Carey, Atwezz and Malachi Boyd, Empress Carey; numerous nieces and nephews: Laverne, Trevor, Victor and Ricardo Bowleg, Torah, Paul and Amy Cole, Sophia Quant, Gavin Cassar, Ingrid Pratt, Kim Thompson, Douglas Cassar, Lisa McNeilly,Kevin and Gregory Rolle, Sherise Blunt, Cindy Robins, Dereck, Andrew, Michael and Jason Seymour, Patrice Johnson and Kaynell Seymour, Natasha Dames, Rochelle and Stacy Carey, Desmond Cooper and Dereck Sands; grandnieces and nephews: Jamal, Renzo and Hassah Bowleg, Jordan, Andrew and Elizabeth Cole; cousins: Kelcine Hamilton, Joyce, Fletcher and Otis Deveaux, Debbie Harris and Muriel Hamilton of New York, Bishop Laish Boyd, Angela George, Evelyn Alfred, Donnell Miller of Florida, Shandy Martinez, LaShon Storr, Monique Harvey of Chicago, Lindell, Livingston, Jan and Eddie Johnson, Monique and Theresa Deveaux, Urshula Dawson of New York, Fletcher Deveaux Jr., Shane Deveaux, Letravino and Dario Deveaux, Dorothy and Marilyn Deveaux; other relatives and friends: Deloris Darling, Mark Knowles, Avernell Rhaming, Mother Marilyn Wallace and family, Deborah Davis and family, Philomese Burrows and family, Marcelle Forbes and family; Brenville Stuart and family, Solomon and Althea McBride and family, Rodney Stuart and family, Jeffrey Fowler and family, Susan Sears and family, Adrian Whylly, The Christie family, The Hart family, Dorothy Gibson, Fred Brennan and family, Ellison Smith and family, Rev. C.B Moss, Dr. Bernard Nottage, Dr. Michael Darville, Joyce Nairn and family, Andre Wilmott, Geraldine Darville and family, Janet Russell and family, Doris Lewis, Minister Quinty and Meko Sears, Dr. Perry Gomez, The entire End Time family, The entire Bain Town family, The Rupert Dean Lane Shack Crew, Agape House family (Freeport) and the nurses and doctors at the Rand Memorial Hospital and the Princess Margaret Hospital.
And others relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00p.m. and at the church on Sunday from 11:30a.m. to 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, Miami Carnival in the Gardens will be held on Sunday, October 9, 2011, in Miami Gardens, FL.
Last Rites & Memorial Tributes for the Late Bishop Edward Nathaniel Missick Sr. JP. Aged 76 years a resident of #18 First Holiness Way, Bamboo Town, Nassau, Bahamas, who passed away on 3rd September, 2011, will be held at First Holiness Church of God, First Holiness Way, Bamboo Town, on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. Officiating will be Bishop Albert Hepburn, Rev. Dr. J. Carl Rahming, Bishop Ros Davis & Rev. Gregory A. Collie. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleum, J.F. K. Drive, Nassau, Bahamas.
Left to cherish his memories are his:
Faithful and devoted wife of 53 years, Roslyn Louise Missick
CHILDREN: Carl Missick Sr, Edward Missick Jr., Andrew Missick Sr., Shon Missick & Patrick Johnson, Karen Missick, Stephanie Collie, Monique Missick- Munroe, Michelle Lewis, Andrea Houston, Deborah Moxey-Rolle, Gloria,Moultrie, Vonita Cleare & Portia Johnson
Renishka, Karlyndria, Ashnell, Crystal, Laranda, Edvania, Abrille, Amba, Ariana, Kathryn-Ann, and Shawniqua Missick, Evernique, Evaughnya, & Evante Munroe, Danielle Walkine, Glodeika Moultrie, Michealla Lewis, Alicia Houston, Anthonette Cossio,
Tavaree, Abiah, Carl Jr., & Andrew Jr. Missick, Robert, Darrington, Glenvino & Dovar Moultrie, Kirklyn Saunders Jr., Nakita Higgins, Pheron Collie, Frank Jr. & DeAundre Houston, Ricardo Rolle, Lathario Missick, Micheal Lewis Jr., Everone Munroe, Anthony Cossio, Alfred and Anthony Johnson, Aaron & Antonio
Tariq Forbes, Travon Palmer, Deyje Brown, Tyler Missick, Rashard Brown, Romel Johnson, Elijah, Damarius, & Glenvino Jr. Moutlrie, Manoah Walkine, Ty Poyotte, Claynique McDonald, Marvinette Davis & ReShea Brown, Darriana & Clarissa Moultrie,
DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW: Marsha, Sonia, Denise, & Nicole Missick
SONS-IN-LAWS: Rev. Gregory Collie, Frank Houston Sr., Everette Munroe, & Michael Lewis Sr.
BROTHER-IN-LAWS: Evang. Samuel Simmons, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Henry Williams, Provodenciales Turks & Caicos, & Garnet Duncombe
SISTERS-IN-LAWS: Anita Missick, Mazilee Forbes, and Majorie Simmons of Freeport, Grand Bahama. Louise Williams of Provodenciales, Turks & Caicos & Enith Duncombe,
NIECES & NEPHEWS
Monica Delancey, Shirley[Errol] Holmes, Cassandra Gardiner, Adel Gibson, Ethelee[Everette]Hart, Edna Swan, Armeta Saunders, Evamae[Allan] Moxey, Brenda[Ashley] Cooper, Carol, Usilla, Lydia, Youlette, Barbara Missick, Vonita[Burton] Cleare, Mary Brown, Geneva[Oneal] Hall, Nancy[Nathan] Parker, Antione Hall, Linda[Henry] Romer, Raffletha Smith, Annie[Cleverson] Lightbourne, Helen Smith, Princess[Charlton] Gibson, Angela[Jerome] Francis, Katiemae[Wenzel]Deveaux, Edith Missick, Naomi Hamilton, Sylvia Campbell, Hazel[Evanis] Alfonzo, Beatrice Pierre, Shirlymae Pitter, Sheryl Bastian, Melanie Darren]Haston, Selma[Stephen] Moore, Sheena Missick, Judy Missick, Dorinda[Buster] Been, Janet Duncombe, Daphane Duncombe, Emily Forbes, Geraldine Nawvaroo, Pamela Forbes, Beulah[Derek] Hamilton, Blossom Simon.
John, Walter[Janice], Joel[Constance], Joshua, Charles, Jerome[Queenie], Wesley[Erma], Leroy[Cecilia], McDonald[Essie], Tony[Alice], Kevin[Millie], Calvin Jr[Joyce], Matthew[Valarie], Ervin[Verona], Eustace[Patrina], George[Viola], Felix, Dino, Mario, Daniel, Jason, Linville, Randy & Bert[Louana] Missick, Llwellyn Simmons, Elikindro[Yohanny] Fleurisma, Novelle Smith, Leon[Vivilent] Campbell, Terrance Hamilton, Adrian Gibson, Kevin Morris, Arthur Morris, Gordon, Welly, Derek, Delroy and Albert Williams of Provodenciales Turks & Caicos Island,, Benjamin[Cecilia], Arthur, Bradley, and Ian Forbes, Perry, Nelson[Christine], Bradford, Craig and Trevor Duncombe.
143 Great Grand nieces including, Lemelle Kemp, Tia Holmes, Lacrissa Swan, Sheronne Brown, Esther Hall, Della Rolle, Brenda Hall,
Rogette Swan, Erin Swan, Stacia Holmes
115 Great Grand Nephews, including, Barron Missick, Errol Missick, Tchychoisky Saunders, Valdez, Valrico, Valderon Cleare, Ron Lewis, Jerome Francis, Errol Holmes,
GOD-CHIILDREN: Ethelee Hart, Shenderlene Greene-Evans, Modesto Colebrooke, Wilfred Bastian, Everette & Judith
THE FIRST HOLINESS CHURCH OF GOD FAMILY: Rev. Lucille Woodside, Rev. Gordon Cooper, Rev. Maxine Darville, Min. Clarice Moss, Min. Eleanor Austin, Min. Thelma Bowleg, Rev. Ezekiel & Sis. Judy Thompson, Elder Rudolph Hanna, Min, Aaron Feaster, Min. Minera Riley, Min. Helen Smith, Deacon & Deaconess Gray, Deaconess Joyce Conliffe, Brenda Rolle & Family, Alfreda Sears & Family, Kendal & Keisha Lewis & Family, Bridgette Miller & Family, Kreva Taylor & Family, Coralee Deveaux & Family, Sabbie Poitier & Family, Tangie Bethel & Family, Veronica Burnett & Family, Emmaline Jones & Family, Nicole Balfour & Family, Evans, Paul Family, Smith Family, Stubbs Family, Thompson Family, Russell Family, Blanche Turner & Family, Jennie Pinder & Family, Missick Family
SPECIAL FRIENDS: Mr. & Mrs Arthur Brown, Mr. Edwin Ingraham, Mrs. Myrtis Deveaux and Family, Rev. Dr. LeRodney & Mrs. Rolle, Mr. Randolph Hanna and Family, , Bishop Wilbert & Mother Rolle, Bishop Shervin & Mother Dorothy Smith, Prophet & Mrs. Keith Rolle, Bishop Gregory & Sis. Minnis, Rev. Dr. J. Carl & Sis. Evangeline Rahming, Bishop Albert & Mother Karen Hepburn, Bishop Joseph & Mother Swan, Rev. Shelton & Mrs. Higgs, Rev. Steadman & Mrs, Knight, Bishop C. N. & Evangelist B. Williams, Mrs. Mary Dawkins & Family, Mrs. Helen Saunders & Family, Mrs. Pinder & Family, Rt. Hon, Hubert A. Ingraham, Prime Minister Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Bishop Hosea & Mother Cox, Bishop Simeon & Mrs. Hall, Rev. Dr. Ranford Patterson, President, Bahamas Christian Council, Rev. William & Sis. Pennerman, Rev. Dr. Perry & Mrs. Newton, Bishop Michael & Sis Ferguson, Apostle Quebell & Sis. Martin, Bishop Ross & Sis. Davis, Rev. Dr. Ornan & Mrs. Johnson, , Bishop Wilfred & Pastor Adderley, Bishop R.J & Mother Deleveaux, Bishop Salatiel & Mother Rolle, Rev. Richard & Sis Cynthia Gibbs, Rev. Rex & Sis Major, Rev. Shirley Smith & Family, Rev. & Min. McPhee, Rev. Charles & Mrs. Lewis, Rev. & Mrs. Kendal Capron, Mother Mary Wells & Family, Mother Marilyn Wallace & Family, Dr. Gloria Ageeb, Mr. & Mrs. Bowe[Bowes Pumping], Mrs. Helen Smith & Family, Mr. & Mrs Cornielius Gardiner, The Be Healed Revival Time Family, Mr. Sherman Smith, Hon. Sidney Collie & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Thurston, Mr. & Mrs. Leland Lightbourne, Carlos Mackey
SPECIAL FRIENDS OVERSEAS:
Rev. Eustace & Sis. Clarke, of Miami, Florida, Rev. Emmanuel & Sis. Dean, Provodenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands, Rev. Wille Lee Wrisper Jr. South Bay, Florida, Mr & Mrs, Hodge, St. Croix, USA, Pastor Emmanuel & Sis Saint Gerard, of Haiti, Sis. Ethlyn Cox, of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Sis. Daphane Romer, of Indianna, Bishop Clifford & Mother Henfield of Dundas Town, Abaco, Miss Sherry of Missouri City, Texas, Essie Arthur & Family[Turks & Caicos Island], Louise Raymond of Atlanta, Georgia, Management & Staff of St. Lukes Hospital, & Jacobs Engineering/NASA JSC, Houston, Texas.
OTHER RELATIVES & FRIENDS;
The Bodie Family, Stockdale Family, Johnson Family, Thurston Family, Cambridge Family, Poitier Family, Williams Family, Bowe Family, Godfrey Family, Armbrister Family, Ferguson Family, Major Family, Mackey Family, Adderley Family, Taylor Family, King Family, Ferguson Family, Coakley Family, Henfield Family, Wells Family, Newbold Family, Ethelyn Johnson & Family, Higgs Family, Mitchell Family, Hopeful Hanna & Family, Beatrice Dievieull & Family, Moxey Family, Greene Family, Ms.Leen Brice & Family, Cedric Rolle & Family of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Walkine Family of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Austin Family, Sandee Ferguson & Family, McKenzie Family, Sean & Nadine Minns, Mr. & Mrs. Emizarene Charlot, LaFrance Gustave, Joseph Pierre-Louis, Wilfrid Flurinord, Ceus Enguere, Schella Jean-Louis, Ticette Jean-Louis, Theresa Brown, Lovely Forbes, Geneva Morley, Janet Brown, Mrs. Regina Saunders & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Battiata & Family, Greg Sherman, FNM Bamboo Town Branch, Staff Oncology Clinic PMH, Staff Male Medical II, Management Team/ Human Resources Department, RBPF & HMP, ScotiaTrust Family, The National Insurance Board, Kentucky Fried Chicken, One and Only Ocean Club, Missick Bus Service, R & M Trucking, The Bamboo Town Community, The Engeleston Community, & others too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at First Holiness Church of God, #18 First Holiness Way, Bamboo Town, on Friday from 3:30 p.m. until Saturday at 6:00 p.m. & on Sunday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
A memorial service for Bishop Edward Missick, will be held at First Holiness Church, Bamboo Town on Friday 16th September, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. Officiating will be Rev. Ranford Patterson, President of The Bahamas Christian Council.
By SANCHESKA BROWN
POLICE shot and injured a man yesterday after he allegedly assaulted an officer and attempted to break into a house.
Officers were on routine patrol around 11.55am in Stapeldon Gardens when they saw a man acting suspiciously in Swordfish Drive.
Assistant Superintendent Samuel Butler, the officer in charge of the Grove police station, said: "One of our patrol units observed the suspect leaving a premises. They proceeded to stop him and as they approached him, he put up a struggle.
"The suspect then attempted to disarm an officer and was subsequently shot in the leg."
ASP Butler said police believe the man was attempting to break into one of the residences i ...
Last rites for Christine Annarose Poitier, 49, of Nassau Village will be held on Saturday at 1:00 P.M. at Cooper’s Terrace Highway Church of God, Cooper’s Terrace off Kemp Road. Officiating will be Bishop Dr. Robert Mcphee assisted by Rev. Ivan Marshall and Other Ministers of Religion. Interment in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
She is survived by her husband of 26 years Wesley Poitier; 3 Children: Wesleyann Rolle, Lashawnda and Wesley Jr. Poitier; 4 Sisters: Cherrylee Neille, Paulamae Williams of Miami Fla., Marva Gilcott and Michelle Finley; 2 Adopted Sisters: Janina Pennerman and Kelliann Sands; 4 Brothers: Raymond Finley, Ian Jetson and Johnnelle Gilcott; 9 Aunts: Blanc ...