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Funeral service for Rebecca Patricia Lee Johnson "Patsy", 73 yrs., a resident of Gregory Town, Eleuthera, who died on 9th April, 2012, will be held at St. Gregory's Roman Catholic Church, Gregory Town, Eleuthera, on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Officiating will be Fr. David Cooper & Monsignor John Johnson. Interment follows in Gregory Town Public Cemetery, Eleuthera.
Left to cherish her memories are her:HUSBAND: LEONARD JOHNSON
SONS: SAMUEL, BASIL, JEROME, JULIAN SR., PHILIP SR.
DAUGHTERS:SANDRA JOHNSON DECIUS, SHARON JOHNSON (Deceased), PAULINE WILLIAMS, ALBERTHA HALL
GRAND CHILDREN: SUNCHER OUTTEN, CHUTKAN, QUZHAN, LEONARDO, DERNEAR, JASMINE, JEREMY, JERROD (DECEASED), JACOBIE, JERVITO, JEREMIAH, SHANTAVIA, JULIAN JR., TRAVIS, SHANIA, LANAJ, DILLON, PHILIP JR., DEVANTE, NADIA, UMIQUA, CHARLIECE, CHARLES JR., CHARRON, WELLINGTON JR., CLEO, KENNETH JR., KEISHAWN AND KEISHELL
GREAT GRANDS: NATHANIEL JR., TASHAE, SHANIA
SISTERS: WILLAMAE ALBURY, VERONICA DANIELS, ROSE KEMP
BROTHER: ROBERT LEE
SONS-IN-LAW: RENISTE DECIUS, CHARLES WILLIAMS SR., WELLINGTON HALL SR.
DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW: ROSETTA, DINA, TANYA AND JANECE JOHNSON
BROTHERS-IN-LAW: MOSES DANIELS, FREDRICK KEMP, HENRY MCCARTNEY, AUSTIN HEPBURN, ANTHONY, CHRIS, DAVID, PHILIP, CHARLES AND HARRY JOHNSON, WILLIAM ALBURY
SISTERS-IN-LAW: CHARLOTTE LEE & FAMILY, STEPHANIE THOMPSON & FAMILY, SANDRA GIBSON & FAMILY, BRENDA JOHNSON & FAMILY, YVONNE JOHNSON & FAMILY, MATHILDA MCCARTNEY & FAMILY, ROSEMARY HEPBURN & FAMILY, MARTHA BROWN & FAMILY, ELLAMAE MCINTOSH & FAMILY, CORONETTA LEE & FAMILY
NIECES: JENNIFER JOHNSON, MAGARET & SHAVONNE ALBURY, NELLY, TIFFANY & SHANA THOMPSON, PAMELA GIBSON, OCILIA PETTY, REBECCA ROBERTS, SHEENA DANIELS, PATRICE JOHNSON, PHEDRA SYMONETTE, DONNELL & ANDREA LEE, KAYSHLA ROLLE, LAURICE RUSSELL
NEPHEWS: ASHTON, STEPHEN, BRADFORD, MARTIN ALBURY, JOSHUA DANIELS, MAURICE JOHNSON, JHINARO THOMPSON, SAMUEL, OSBORNE & FREDRICK KEMP, JIMMY BOWE, VARDO, DESMOND, CLIFTON,OMAR, ARTHUR JR., ROMANDEZ, RANDOLPH, KEVIN, HENRY, PETER & CONRAD LEE
GODCHILDREN: CHED, TIFFANY, MARIO & LAVONDA THOMPSON, JOSHUA DANIELS, MARCIA & MARCIANNA PRATT, KIM MCSWEENEY, SHERVIN EMMANUAL
NUMEROUS COUSINS, OTHER LOVING FAMILY AND SPECIAL FRIENDS INCLUDING:
THERESA THOMPSON & FAMILY, ELAINE STUBBS, DON WOOD, PAULINE & KEENAN JOHNSON, ABBIE MUNNINGS, ANGELO CARGILL & FAMILY, PATRICIA DAXON & FAMILY, THE ROMER GIRLS ESPECIALLY INGRID & ANYA, MARIEANNE JOHNSON & FAMILY, FLORENCE BELL & FAMILY, HELEN BELL & FAMILY, YVONNE & JEREMIAH MCPHEE, SYLVIA CAMBRIDGE & FAMILY, SYLVIA MACKEY & FAMILY, MADGIE BLACK & FAMILY, KENTONIO ROLLE, SAMUEL AND PAULA ROMER & FAMILY, FRIENDLY BOB, DENNIS CAREY, BEVERLY ROBERTS & FAMILY, MIRANDA SMITH & FAMILY, RAYMOND WILLIAMS, CHATO OUTTEN, CELESTINE KING, DR. CONVILLE BROWN & FAMILY, TINO & CLEO HEPBURN, DEANNE FERGUSON & FAMILY, ROMELDA CAREY & FAMILY, ROWENA SANDS & FAMILY, JUDY JOHNSON & FAMILY, FRANKIE & CARLEEN NEWBOLD, MARION ROLLE, APAY & LEANNA PINDER, BRUCE THOMPSON & FAMILY, CLARENCE GIBSON & FAMILY, WILLIE MAURICE & FAMILY, JULIAN NEWBOLD & FAMILY, HENRY WHYTE & FAMILY, HARRIETTE PINDER & FAMILY, MONSIGNOR JOHN JOHNSON, FR. DAVID COOPER, MARA & MARIE JOHNSON, MONICA THOMPSON & FAMILY, MICHAEL JOHNSON & FAMILY, ETHEL WOOD & FAMILY, EDISON JOHNSON, NURSE PRISCILLA SCAVELLA & FAMILY, MARY CAMBRIDGE & FAMILY, JUDY JOHNSON, SABRINA PRATT & THE COMMUNITY OF COMFORT STREET, DEBRA MOXEY & FAMILY, PHILIP THOMPSON & FAMILY, HENRY SMITH, CHRISTOPHER & OLIVE KING, MRS. FRANCETTA FERGUSON, BRANHILDA WHITFIELD, MARGE KING, THE MAJOR FAMILY OF HARBOR ISLAND, ROY WILLIAMS, NURSE CAMBRIDGE & FAMILY, WILDA MATHER & FAMILY, MRS. GERALDINE WILSON & FAMILY, NOEL & HAZEL DARVILLE, ALTON POITIER, THE NURSES AND STAFF OF GREGORY TOWN, HATCHET BAY AND ROCK SOUND CLINIC, THE COMMUNITY OF GREGORY TOWN, ALONG WITH OTHER FAMILY AND FRIENDS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
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 in Eleuthera from 6:00 p.m. until service time on Saturday.
Funeral service for Carmen Joycelyn Gibson, 53 yrs., a resident of #40 Cedar Way, Golden Gates #2 & formerly of Portland, Jamaica, who died on 18th April, 2012, will be held at Mount Tabor Full Gospel Church, Mount Tabor Drive, Pinewood Gardens, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m.
Officiating will be Pastor Delton Ellis, assisted by other Ministers. Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard Roads.
Precious memories will always and forever linger in the hearts of her: Husband: Dennis Gibson Sr.; Mother: Gurda Robinson; 2 Sons: Kenrick and Dennis Gibson Jr.; 2 Daughters: Denise Gibson and Deatra Smith; 2 Granddaughters: Harmonique Smith and Denia Gibson; 3 Grandsons: Kenrick, Joshua Smith and Kayden Gibson;Sisters: Hazel, Juliet and Gloria; Brothers: George, Cecil and Trevor; Son-in-law: Lloyd Smith, Daughter-in-law:Shamara Gibson; Sisters-in-law: Leotha, Florcita, Elvita, Birdiemae, Natasha and Jill; Brothers-in-law: Andrew, Jenkin, Frank, Fredric, and Barron; Nieces and Nephews: Marcia, Tiffany, Alicia, Shamorn, Sypria, Lashae, Laurencia, Andreika, Shannon, Nadine, Christine, Dikerey, Alexis, Marvin, Renard, Ian, Marco, Mario, Cleontae, Andrew Jr., Antajsh, Jenkin Jr., Jaden, Jalileel, Christopher, Fabian and David; Other relatives and friends: Ifarnia McKinney and Family, Damecko Nielly and Family, The Smith, Family, Wendy Fisher and Family, The Butler Family, The Sherman Family, Sypria McDonald and Family, Robin McDonald and Family, The Hield Family, The Munnings Family, The Bullard Family, The Farquharson Family, The Mt. Tabor Full Gospel Family, The Kitchen Deli Staff, The Doctors and Nurses of the Princess Margaret Hospital, the PMC Family and more too numerous to mention.
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 Chester Nelson Hanna, 52 yrs., a resident of Soldier Road West, who died on 18th August, 2011, will be held at Carmichael Bible Church, Carmichael Road, on Friday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Victor Cooper, Rev. Arthur Charlton & other Ministers of Religion. Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard Road.
Looking for that blessed hope and glorious appearing of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and reuniting with Chester Nelson are:
His Devoted Wife: Mrs. Patrice Hanna RN, RM, CHN, Nursing Officer II Parents: Mr. Cyril and Elder Leancezar Hanna, Children: Chante and Chavez Hanna, Granddaughter: Tamia Hanna Mother-in-Law: Mrs. Paulette Smith, Sisters: Carolyn Black of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Audrey Curry, LaVaughn Sands, Charmaine Hanna, and Deanne Ewers of West Palm Beach, Florida Brothers: Patrick, Corporal Zebulon Hanna Sr. and PC1337 Kathon Hanna Sr. Sisters-in-Law: Shavaughn and Randaneshia Hanna, Shurie and Nickell Smith Brothers- in-Law: Fred Black Sr., J. Andrew Curry, Renaldo and Reginald Smith, Rev. Cyril Sands, Pastor David Ewers Nieces: Audra Curry, Federa Johnson, Felicia Black, Eartha and Ariel Hanna, Jazmin Ewers, April McKenzie and Tahj Ferguson Nephews: Fred Black Jr., Cyril, Chris, Casey and Corey Sands, Joshua Ewers, Athens Fawkes, Zebulon Jr., Ashton and Kathon Jr. Hanna, Vincent Gardiner, Reginald, Ravon, Dante and Shanton Smith Grandnephew: Renardo McKenzie Jr. Aunts: Loraine Smith, Cecile Stuart, Marilyn Russell, and Ettamae Emmanuel Uncles: Walter Stuart, Joshua and Elijah Jr. Tinker of Toronto Canada Grandmother -in-Law: Mary Smith of Miami Florida Aunts-in-Law: Daisy Strapp, Carol Young, Barbara Cleare, Gloria Belizarie, Heidimae Vereen and Florence Dixon of Miami Florida Uncles-in-Law: Michael Batiste, Joseph and George Smith Cousins: Maria, John and Willie Adderley, Leon Hanna, PC 1566 Neville Minns, Henry and Leroy Colebrooke, Rita Curtis and David Harvey, Kevin, Elvira, Kenneth, Shonell, Earnan and Elvin Scavella, Keno, Tasha Smith, Cecily & Walter Jr. Stuart, Chandra Smith, Carletha Toote, Barry, Barrett and Megan Smith, Naja Saunders, Servina Major, Arthur Mitchell, Nicola and Monique Saunders and Drexel Tinker, Rev Edgburt and Adolph Tinker, Lynette Forbes, Gaylene Tinker, Rev. Eric, Kevin, Alpheus and PC 998 Anthony Lightbourne, Joshua and Lynette Tinker, Patrice Tinker, Mark, Marvin and Merisha Emmanuel. A Host of Other Relatives and Friends including: Rev. Cyril C. Sands, Officers and Members of Evangelistic Centre Ministries Church family, Maranatha Assembly Church family of Palm Beach Florida, Bishop Ross Davis and Family, Bishop Victor Cooper and Family, Rev. Arthur Charlton and Family, Apostle Francis Curry and family of Miramar Florida, The Dundas Town, Abaco Community, The Salina Point, Acklins, Community, The Penny Savings Subdivision Neighborhood Group, The Great Jehovah Prayer Band, Rev. Ezekiel Munnings and Family, Arthur Johnson, Toma Ferguson, Robin Whyte, Tavard Bastian, Linda Polhumes and Family, Janice Brown and Family, Tony Craig and Family, Gary Russell and Family, Derek Cleare and Family, Agnes and Shirley Bond and Family of Toronto Canada, Creola Dehaiti and Family, Tony Butler and Family, Attorney Clarita Lockhart and Family, Arlington Hanna & Family, Robert Farrington and Family, Howard and Ellen Rosenberg of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Sharon Campbell, Camille Kvapil, Rev. Tyrone Sands and Family, Mr. and Mrs. David Seymour, Rev. Shirley Burrows, Doctors and Nurses of the Trauma Centre and Male Surgical Ward I of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Caregivers of both Unity House and the Good Samaritan Home.
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 10:00 a.m. until service time.
Funeral service for Donald "Porks, Doc" Neely, 50 yrs., a resident of #80 Palm Beach Street, will be held at New Bethany Baptist Cathedral, Key West Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Victor Cooper Jr. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Left to cherish his memories are his Mother: Sylvia Neely; Sons: Donald III and Danavio Neely; Grandmother: Deaconess Evelyn Stuart; Sisters: Julie, Janet, Linda, Beverly Neely and Bernadette Colebrooke; Brothers: Eugene Sr., Adrian Neely Sr., and James Mackey; Aunts: Francis Stuart, Maria Cooper, Annamae Thurston of Grand Bahama, Anita and Yvonne McKenzie, Eleanor Wilson and Olive and Lauretta Neely; Uncles: Leonard Neely Jr., Freeman Thurston of Grand Bahama and Tyrone McKenzie; Nieces & Grand-nieces including: Latoya Neely-Fountain, Denise, Yolanda, Desarie, Alexis, Alicia, Symphony, Tameka, Evonie, Aleska, Adannika, Katonia and Latoya Neely, Priscilla Cox-Maxey, Lanisha Sands, Jeffette, Jesselle and Jaliyah Colebrooke, Lloydra Rolle, Milchand Adderley, Y'Sheika Glass, D'Andrea Sidra Sturrup, Rhordricia and Rhodisha Francis, Jatish Colebrooke, D'Asia and Devana Neely; Nephew's & Grand-nephew's including: Brian, Darrell, DeVaughn, Eugeno, Eugene Jr., Thomas Jr., Timothy, Prescott, Adrian Jr., and Kadin Neely, Jeffame and Javonta'e Colebrooke, Tameko Campbell, Terrell, Brian Jr., Lavon Sands Jr., Michael, Marlon and Joaquim Fountain, Jamie Moxey, D'Angelo Dawkins, Rodriquez Francis Jr., Camelo Moss, Javonta'e Jr., Jeffame Jr., Jeffrey and Javin Colebrooke, Lavon Sands III and Sidney Henfield III; Brother & Sisters-in-law: Jeffrey Colebrooke, Lynette and Karen Neely; Numerous cousins including: Samantha Stuart, Chauncey Thompson, Atwane Arnette, Andrew Colebrooke, Evangeline Hanna and family, Leatha Colbey-Smith, Patricia Whitfield, Coral Forbes, Claudia King, Julian, Michael, Patrick, Christopher & Kevin Russell Charlene Wilson, Dolce, Bradley, Queden, Devon, Sandy, Dalia, Sophia, Bertram Jr., Sean, Antoine, Devardo, Angel, Andrew, April and BeAngelo Cartwright, Faydora Miller & family, Brent and Keith Deveaux, Trevor Bostwick, Sharmaine Ferguson, Christopher Pennerman, Donna, Maria, Angela, Anthony, Sharon, Tyrone, Kevin & Caron Neely, Frank, Cheryl Thurston, Sandra Minnis, Marva Forbes-Minnis, Leon Bain of Miami Florida and family, Terry and Unika Neely; Godchildren: Kiprell Johnson and Sterling (Rambo) Strachan; Other relative and numerous friends including: Phillip Bethel & family, Franz Smith, Melbourne and Donald Miller, Ray Anthony and Diana Johnson, Kurt Stubbs, Lionel Rolle & family, Jeffrey and Marvin Johnson, Patrick Rolle, Calvin Rolle, Rio Major, Arnold Bain, George Rolle, Lavon Sands Sr. & family, Raymond Strachan, Pemmie and Michael Reckley, Sheila Gomez & family, Vanwright Dean & family, Valentino Josey, Mark Pedican & family, Harry and Veronica Seymour & family, Nicole Tinker & family, Shirley Adderley & family, Nyisha Smith, Kenneth Oliver, Carl Evans, Tashawn Cartwright, Yvelise Joseph, Merlinda Clayton, Jeancilia Lamond, Jerome Moss, David Adderley, Vernita Mackey & family, Wayne and Mavis Cartwright & family, Wilton Stubbs, Arlington Stuart, Robert Murphy, Ruth Johnson, Leah and Lisa Wright & family, Gwendolyn Thompson & family, Prescott Cooper & family, Debbie Adderley, Estella Gray & family, Bernard and Kenneth Bain, Reno Brennen, Hubert, Origin Fyne, Charmaine, Doril and Dornell Sturrup, Arthur Cooper & family, Maurice Armstrong. The entire Hanna's family (Hanna's Hardware & Plumbing Supplies), Rev. Dr. Victor Cooper, Elva Stubbs, Rhoda Munnings, Margaret Pratt & family, Glennis Hanna-Martin, (M.P), Jill Henry-Cooper, Mark Lett, The entire Palm Beach Street & Englerston Community, The entire Stuart, Stubbs, Newbold, Neely and Martin family, Cartwright Building Supply, Valley Boys, Bahamas Junior Brass Band, Bahamas All Star Band, RBDF Rangers, C. H. Reeves, Order of Eastern Star Youth Dept., and National Workers Credit Union and many, many others too numerous to mention.
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 Clemnardo Ireno Johnson age 11 affectionately called "Nardo" of Lower Bogue Eleuthera, who died at his residence January 14th, will be held on Saturday 1:00 p.m. at Charles Wesley Methodist Church Lower Bogue Eleuthera. Rev. John Baldwin II assisted by Pastor John Ingraham and Pastor Ednol Cash will officiate and interment will follow in the Public Cemetery Lower Bogue Eleuthera.
Left to cherish his memories are:
His parents: Clement and Corrine Johnson
Adopted parents: David and Raquel Armbrister
His grand-mothers: Olga Frazier, Gloria Munroe and Eulena Johnson
Six sisters: Clemdina, Shavanya, Clementina, Katrina, Chante and Zeenna
Six brothers: Shavar, Clement, Akeem, Clement, Brian, Clevon, Herbert and Hubert
Two adopted brothers: Sean and Delano
Three nieces: Brayanna, Tianna and Asriel
Two nephews: Rakai and Stephen
Twenty six aunts: Florie and Raquel Ferguson, Issie, Louise and Orean Frazier,
Mayfield, Jan, and Celeste Johnson, Patrice Ingraham, Salomie, Gladys, Sylvia, Winifred and Shirley Munroe, Rosalee, Elouise and Eilean Albury, Donna and Barbara Pratt, Elizabeth Farquharson, Orilee Duncanson, Sandra Moss, Jessica Major, Carmetta Rolle, Rodlea Cash, Katherine Gerusuki and Roweena McClain
Uncles: Rudolph Ferguson, Charlton, Calvin and David Frazier, Robert Farquharson,
John Ingraham, McNeil, Ricardo and Jullian Johnson, Eldon Barry, Ashley Barry, Arthur Johnson, James Pratt, Anthony, Godfrey, Peter and Bursil Munroe, Leonnard Duncanson, Maxwell Albury, Alfred Cash and Tony Gerusuki
God-parents: Cherene and Ridney, Wendell and Laurell, Laura Riberts, Laura Johnson
Weeann, David Johnson, Eulamae, Della, Suzette, Ena, Brad and Malvenna
Numerous Cousins including: Antonio Jr., Leandre, Kelson Jr., Deishon, Kairin, Javon
Jr., Latarria, Keran. Neko, Richard Jr., Keshanique, Trinity, Mario Jr., Edward Jr., Enye, Dj, Annastacia, Ricardo Jr., Ciarra, Ricarra, Macayla, Dianna, Bernard Jr., Shania, Rachad, Justin, Delano, Dellano, Mariah, Antone, Charltonique, Terryl, D'Niqua, Lauren, Terez, Robert Jr., Trevon, Sh'ron, Margaret Fernander and family, Geneva Rolle and family, Beryl Neilly and family, Linda Ferguson and family, Mayfield Albury, Alvin Smith and family
Special friends and family include: The Hunter family, Ethelen Rollins and family,
Joysea Dean and family, Paula Albury and family, Gerald Kelly and family, Gordon Cash and family, Wellie Johnson and family, Kathy Kelly and family, Orlean Brown and family, Pastor Ednol Cash and family, Bishop
Dudley Kelly and family, Tasha Munroe and family, Priscila Scavella and family, Lorna Johnson and family, Birdie Albury and family, Patricia Hall and family, Quincy Sawyer, Burchinald Gibson and family, Ida Johnson and family, Wayde Higgs and family, Philip Neely and family, Annamae Davis, Benson Farquharson, Tyrone Archer, Jerry Sands, Kenneth Sawyer, Adrian Cash, Dwight Pinder, Thomas Albury and family, Arnette and Mr. Duncombe, Pandora Cash and family, Iva Williams and family, the Frazier family, Beverly Neilly and family the entire North Eleuthera Primary School and the surrounding communities.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at THE CHAPEL OF MEMORIES COMMONWEALTH FUNERAL HOME INDEPENDENCE DRIVE. on Friday from 10:00-11:30 a.m. and at the church in Lower Bogue on Friday from 7:30 p.m. to service time on Saturday.
Funeral service for Mr. Gevuldo Duvann Rodgers age 26 years of Tropical Gardens will be held at Cousin Mcphee Cathedral on Saturday august 27th at 2pm. Officiating will be Rev. Ranford Patterson nd internment will follow in the woodlawn gardens cemetery.
Loving and fond memories will forever be cherished by his
Parents: George Sr. and Justina
Three (3) brothers: Giovanie, PC3310 George Jr. and PC 3363 Jaicoy both of the Royal Bahamas Police Force,
Two (2) sisters: Tanya Armbrister and Danielle Rodgers,
Grandmother: Loretta Gertrude Rodgers,
Step-mother: Valery Rodgers,
Two (2) nieces: Tianna Armbrister and Hailey Rodgers,
Two (2) nephews: George 111 and Carlin Rodgers, Mavis
Twelve (12) aunts: Geraldine Higgs, Emerald Frasier, Cleomi Forbes, Leona Morris, Dorothy Clarke, Ellen Forbes, Lorena Rolle, Pamrica Rodgers, Helena and, Maybelle Farrington, Elahmae Rodgers and Ilsa Sands
Twelve (12) uncles: Henry, George and Sanford Farrington, Charles, Leo and Samuel Rodgers, George Sr. and Pastor Henry Forbes, Craig Rolle, John Higgs, Joseph Morris and Rupert Taylor Cressel Clarke and Treg Rolle
Numerous Cousins: Verlene, Vannae, Barbara, Betty, Sheeva, Pamela, Lavern, Magdalene, Natasha, Anishae, Clevonicia, Lakeisha, Rochelle, Portia, Leanor, Elmertis, Rose, Roberta, Mebra, Rheeda, Yvonne, Madelyn, Nursing Officer Ellamae Blyden, Karen Knowles, Willarine and Marie Rodgers; Carla, Kendra and Cleo Rodgers, Linda, Monique Clarke and Bridgeann Burrows; Laverne Forbes, Paulette Curry; Pamela, Jourdana, and Nadia Rodgers; Tenisha and Mavis Forbes, Brenda Rolle, Barbara Goodman and Kendra Johnson; Shantel Rodgers, Lakhia Watson, Shenika, Ginger Minnis, Nicola, Tysheka and Kachara Rodgers, Rufus, Samuel, Fred, Boston, Charles, Phillip, Cecil, Solomon, Fitzgerald, Bruno, Montez, Henry Jr., Curtis, Giodanno, George Jr, Marvin, Const. 1857 Prince Rodgers, Insp. Warren 'Buck' Rodgers, Michael, Gary, Jason and Lamont Clarke, George Jr., Henry, Phillip, Clement, Clyde, Randy, Dwayne Forbes, Oscar, Darwin, Leonardo, Kevin , Kendrick, PC 3116 Kieron, Kyle, Samuel Jr., David and Sean Rodgers, Andrew & Tremayne Rolle, Godwin Blyden, Van Knowles, Alfredo Burrows, Floyd Curry, Kevin Rolle, Pedro Goodman, Teran Armbrister, Jason Minnis and Gregory Johnson.
Grand Uncle: Bursil Rolle of South Andros.
Grand Aunts: Leah Moss, Dotlyn Rodgers, Evelyn Hepburn Of Clearwater, Florida, Masalena Rolle and Edna Rolle of South Andros, Mary and Lucille Rolle.
Other relatives and friends: Andrew, Deborah, Romero, Rokeno, Roan and Roante' Dorsette, Melanie Delancy, Albertha Rodgers, Joy Reckley, François Williamson, Brain Hanna, Donalton Hanna, Hosea Wallace, Caroline Lightbourn, Alex Tasha, Teranie, Terrol Cash, Justin McDonald, Alcott Forbes, Andrew and Sherry Pinder and Family, Mary Clarke and Family, Claudette Young and Family, Marilyn Wilson and Family, Lavane Brown and Family, Tony Spencer, Glen Major, Alex and Keisha Carey, Allen and Linda Wallace and Family, Patricia Mortimer, Denton and Nicola Richards, Pat Roberts and Family, Leo, Sidney, Don, Terry, Michael, Jackie, Ginger, Jillian and Gina Rodgers, Edmund Rahming, Rose Strachan, Mazella Rahming, Elfloy Newery, Betty Rolle, Yvonne Adderley, Coralee Munroe, Eldridge, Cpl. Rueben, Kenneth and Roscoe Rolle, Elizabeth Smith, Gary, Vernita Moss, Jennifer, Jeff, Lesile, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Timothy, Joshua, Elizabeth and Esther Rolle, Nursing Officer Patsy Taylor of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Ralph and Donnie Rolle, George and Carolyn Rodgers, Linda Roker, Pat Bethel, Rose Richardson, Phillippa, Rosemarie Kerr, Michelle, Marva, Marcia, Monique and Rosemary, Apostle Amos Rahming, Rebecca Fife, James Bodie, Leroy Stubbs, Kenwood Kerr, Helen Johnson, Hannah Johnson of Smith's Hill South Andros, Joann Johnson, Lawrence Ash, Ellen Williams, Thomas Forbes of Fort Pierce, Florida and Stella Hopkins of Freeport Grand Bahamas. C. V. Bethel Class 2002, Air-condition Workshop, Ministry of Public Works, Staff of Antiquities Monument and Museum, Staff of Olde Town Marina Sandy Port, Rev. Ranford Patterson and Cousin McPhee Cathedral Family, Rev. Ellison Greenslade and Bible Truth Ministries, Apostle J. Rodney Roberts and Five Porches of Deliverance Centre and a host of other relatives and friends to numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their respect at Demeritte's Funeral home on Friday from 10am to 6pm and on Saturday at the church from 1 pm until service time.
Funeral Service for the late Kendrick Livingstone Williams 81 years of #34 Sea Breeze Lane who died at his residence on Tuesday April 24th, 2012 will be held on Saturday April 28th, 2012 at 2:30pm at Holy Cross Anglican Church, Highbury off Solider Road. Officiating will be Father Norman Lightbourn, assisted by other ministers of the religion. Interment will follow inWoodlawn Gardens, Solider Road.
He is survived by his Loving Wife: Daisy Williams; Daughter: Penelope Nottage; Son: Darius Williams; Adopted Daughter:Lydia Rahming; Grandchildren: Zina and Trent Williams, Deangelo and Lily Nottage; Brothers: Carleton, Edward, Rodney;Sisters: Gloria Hanna, Shirley Francis, Jackie Smith; Brothers in Law: Swinbourne, Randolph, Wellington "Buster" (Mary), Rodney, Edward (Althea), and Louis Burrows, Ivan Francis, Roland McCardy, Roderick Wells; Sisters in Law: Iris Farquharson, Theresa Higgs, Joan Burrows, Katrina Williams, Frances Williams; Neices and their families: Debbie Hancock, Cindy Rahming, Celeste Williams, Karen Williams-Bartlett, Yasmin Robinson, Tina Hanna, Prisca Hanna, Cheryl Welles, Charmaine Stone, Jewel Julien, Angela Coleby, Flora Smith, Betsy Cenatus, Debra & Andrea Burrows, Charlotte and Stephanie Burrows, Rema Martin, Nekeria Burrows, Rochelle McKenzie, Nina Adderley, Melanie Dean, Michelle Simmons, Celeste Mullings, Tonya Ferguson, Venessa Burrows, Tara Rolle, Judy Rigby, Kayla & Tanya Farqhuarson, Alexandria Brown, Rachel Culmer; Nephews and their families: Mickey, Patrick & Neil Williams; Colin, Oswald, Adrian and Andrew Hanna; Stephen & Michael Wells, Clifford, Joseph, Benjamin, Makarios & David Smith, Stephen, Ronald, Talmon & Bruce Burrows; Andrew, Dario & Jamil Higgs; Casper & Gian Burrows; Norris Turnquest, Matthew Rolle, Jamie Gardiner; Other Family Members including: the families of Albertha Bethel, Orman Heastie, Jenathan Heastie, Otean Rahming, Albertha Whylly, Aramintha Hanna, Mary Moss, Kathleen Hanna, Hilton, Wilbert & Theophilus Williams; Neighbours: The Clarke family, Rosemary Hanna, The Pinder Family, The Moss Family, Major Family, Mr Thompson, Mr Saunders, The Davis family and many others. Numerous Friends including: Mr Saunders the mechanic, The Powells, Coopers, Higgs, families; Berchanal Moss Agency, CAP Smith, The Holy Cross family, Patrick and Eula Edwards, Patricia and Ken Murray, The Holy Cross Senior Choir family, Fr Roland Hamilton, Fr Norman Lightbourn, Fr. Alvardo Adderley, Bishop Gilbert Thompson and family Bishop Laish Boyd, The ACW and ACM, Table tennis group at St Annes Church, the Hanna, Heastie, Tynes Family, Mary Davis, Thomas Williams.
Viewing will be held in the Serenity Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads on Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and at the church on Saturday from 1:00pm until service time.
A funeral service for Lucille Capron-Payne, 80, of Kool Acres will be held on Saturday, June 18th, 2011 at 1:45pm at Holy Family Catholic Church, Robinson and Claridge Road. Officiating will be Father Thomas P. Brislin, C.P. assisted by other Ministers of the Gospel. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherished her memories is her: One Son: Jason Payne; One Daughter: Fiona Thiele; Son-in-law: Wilfred Thiele; Grandchildren: Lucille, Nicole and Christopher Thiele; Great-Grandchildren: Morgan Sairbarn, Jazmine Thiele and Olivia White; Four Sisters: Dorothy Capron, Rosemary Thompson, Patricia Gibson, and Shirley Jones; Two Brothers: Charles "Bubber" Capron II and Leroy Capron; Nieces: Peggy Hall, Emily Glass, Jane Walkine, Janice Thompson, Cheryl Moss, Virginia Fulford, Josephine Davis, Patricia Bethel, Veronica Capron, Cassandra Adderly, Tala Mackey, Judy Hoper, Pauline Douglass, Gaynell, Kesson and Rosenell Capron; Kate ,Sue and Lena Taylor; Nephews: Lorenza & Lyrone Gibson, Keith, Andrew, John, Trevor and Barry Thompson, Urban Cargill, Charles Daniel III and Ricardo Capron; George, David, Dudley, Anthony, Jonathan, Walter, Kendal Capron, and Lawrence Taylor; Sisters-in-Law: Ethel Matilda Capron and Ruth Taylor of Coco Beach, Fl ; Brother-in-Law: Bursel Gibson; Nephews-in-Law: Bentley Hall, Joseph Glass Sr, Trevor Bethel, Brian Adderly, Glen Fulford, and Quiten Mackey; Nieces-in-Law: Gwen, Ruby, Mag, Margo, Debbie & Udena Thompson, Judy Cargill, Angela & Clarice Gibson, Ethel Capron; Numerous Grand Nieces and Nephews and Cousins including: Keith, Kyle, Armbrose Jr. Leteco and Maxandreon Thompson, Archaez Cargill, Travisa and Travis Bethel; Daniel, Danea Riccara, Mikkio, Capron, Brian, Anthony and Caleb Adderley, Sydney Mackey, Aruda Moss, Tammy L. Jones, Marie Galanis, Grace Dean, Margo Munnings, Norma Miller, Stanley and Andre Hall, Tiffany Glass, Kathryn Gibson, Tara Bryant Lowe, La-Tonya Bryant, Camella and Cameo Davis, Joi Goldwire, Bursel Gibson II, Kwasi, Laurel and Lynette Gibson; Kareem, Tawri, Terran and Duran Fulford; Other Relatives and Friends including Former Governor-General, Dame Ivy Dumont and Mr. Reginald Dumont, Former Governor-General Sir Orville Turnquest, Mrs. Dorothy Phillips, Breneta and Betrice Johnson and Family, Christine Fountain, Mrs. Clarice Granger, Mrs. Ruth Miller, Mrs. Magnol Walker, Mrs. Sylvia Sealey-Godet, Mary And Dora Cox, Dr. Jagadeesh,
Mrs. Patsy Roberts, Kristie Powell, Lamont Feaste, Rodger Sands, Thelma Deveaux, Olamae Sands and the Entire Staff Of Thompson Ward, Geriatrics Hospital and Holy Family Parish and Women's Auxiliary.
Viewing will be held in the Irenic Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier Roads on Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and at the church on Saturday from 12:30 pm to service time.
This could be the best ever Bahamas contingent to the World Youth Championships, which is the newest World Series event of the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF). Starting in 1999, it is the brainchild of former IAAF President Primo Nebiolo of Italy. In the six previous editions of this event, The Bahamas has won only one medal, a bronze in the 200 meters (m) by Grand Bahama's Nivea Smith in Ostrava, Czech Republic, in 2007.
The competition in the 2011 IAAF World Youth Championships in Lille, France is just days away. The Bahamas' 15-member team is ready to roll. The age group is Under-18 compared to the junior age of Under-20. The Bahamas is competing in only one field event, the Boys Triple Jump, where twins Latario Collie-Minns and Lathone Collie-Minns rank first and third on the IAAF 2011 top performance list. Latario has jumped 16.55m (54' 3-3/4"), done at the Scotiabank National High School Track and Field Championships, and Lathone jumped 15.73m (51' 7-1/4") at that same meet. Cuban Yodenys Rivera is just one centimeter ahead of Lathone, at 15.74m (51' 7-3/4"). Latario competed in the World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada, last year. He was injured after this performance at the Scotiabank High School Nationals this year, and was unable to participate at the CARIFTA Track and Field Championships. Lathone competed at CARIFTA, and won a silver medal. He took part in the inaugural Youth Olympics in Singapore last year.
World 400m Junior Champion Shaunae Miller clocked 51.85 seconds at the BTC Jr. & Sr. National Track and Field Championships last week in Freeport, Grand Bahama for a new Bahamas Junior National Record. This ranks second on the IAAF list to Jamaica's Chris Ann-Gordon, who clocked 51.62 seconds earlier this year. Miller is also ranked fourth in the 200m worldwide, with a 23.70 seconds clocking, done at the Scotiabank National High School Track and Field Championships. Miller will concentrate on the 400m at the World Youth Championships.
Andre Wells of Grand Bahama is expected to do well in the 400m. He upset CARIFTA Champion O'Jay Ferguson at the BTC Jr. & Sr. Track and Field Championships with a 46.87 seconds clocking. His 46.63 time at the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) World Youth Trials, ranks him seventh in the world. American Aman Hall has the best time in the world for youth at 46.22 seconds.
The above are the top ranked Bahamians participating in Lille, France. The other athletes are:
Anthony Adderley - 200m
This is Adderley's second national team ever. He participated in the 4x100m relay in last year's Jr. Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Championships in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. He has gone all the way to the top with his selection for an individual event to the World Youth Championships. Adderley has a 21.71 seconds personal best.
The best performance in the world for youth this year is the 20.82 seconds done by the American Arman Hall.
Devynne Charlton - 100m
Charlton is the gold medalist in the 100m for the Under-17 Division of the CARIFTA Track and Field Championships. She qualified with a time of 11.91 seconds done at CARIFTA. Charlton also qualified in the 100m hurdles but decided to concentrate on the 100m at the World Youth Championships. She is a multi-CARIFTA medalist.
The best time done in the world by a youth athlete in this event is 11.39 seconds, done by Christiana Williams of Jamaica.
Carmeisha Cox - 200m
Cox won the 200m for Girls Under-17 at this year's CARIFTA Track and Field Championships with a time of 23.96 seconds. The best time ran by a youth athlete this year is 23.32 seconds, done by Jamaica's Shericka Jackson.
Delano Davis - 100m
Davis won the 100m for the Under-17 Division at CARIFTA in April. His time was 10.75 seconds. The best time in the world for a youth athlete this year is 10.27 seconds done by Jamaica's Jazeel Murphy.
Gregria Higgs - 100m
Higgs ran 12.18 seconds to qualify for this year's team. The world's leading time of 11.39 seconds was done by Christiana Williams of Jamaica.
Kirk Lewis - 110m Hurdles
Lewis has a 14.25 seconds qualifying time in the 110m hurdles, in his first ever world event. The leading time in the world this year is by Andreis van Der Merwe of South Africa, 13.39 seconds (altitude).
Stephen Newbold - 200m
Newbold ran at the World Junior Championships as well as the Youth Olympics last year. This year he has a best time of 21.23 seconds. He ran 47.32 seconds in securing a bronze medal at the CARIFTA Track and Field Championships in Montego Bay, Jamaica, but has decided that his chance of winning a medal is greater in the 200m than the 400m. Last year, he set a record in the Under-17 400m hurdles at CARIFTA. The world's leading youth time in the 200m is 20.82 seconds, done by the American Arman Hall.
Tommy Outten - 100m
Outten ran 10.85 seconds to qualify. He ran 10.90 seconds at this year's CARIFTA Track and Field Championships. The best time in the world this year by a youth is 10.27 seconds, done by Jamaica's Jazeel Murphy at CARIFTA.
Ashley Riley - 800m
Riley ran a surprising 1:53.57 at CARIFTA for the silver medal. The best performance in the world this year by a youth is 1:45.74 by Ethiopia's Mohammed Aman.
Pedrya Seymour - Medley Relay
Seymour was the silver medalist at CARIFTA in the Under-17 300m hurdles. In Lille, she will run the 300m leg of the medley relay, which is 100m, 200m, 300m, and 400m. The BAAA was unable to secure the names of the other participants of the medley relay at this time.
This overall team is considered very strong and is expected to do better than any other Bahamian team in the IAAF World Youth Championships.
In The Bahamas's last outing at a World Youth Championships, in Sudtirol, Italy, the women's medley relay team of V'Alonee Robinson, Katarina Smith, Rashan Brown, and Katrina Seymour finished fourth in a time of 2:09.33, just .08 seconds off the bronze medal time which was ran by Romania. Jamaica was fifth in this event.
At last year's inaugural Youth Olympics in Singapore, Tynia Gaither won the silver medal in the 200m. She along with Rashan Brown participated in the gold medal medley relay team. Brown finished fourth in the 400m. Peter Pratt is the Head Coach of the World Youth Championships team this year, and he will be assisted by David Charlton and Floyd Armbrister. The team managers are Maebeline Miller and Laura Pratt-Charlton.
Ashley Riley and Andre Colebrooke will be first up for The Bahamas, in the heats of the boys 800m on Wednesday morning, and World Junior Champion Shaunae Miller will follow in the heats of the girls 400m. The complete schedule is listed with this article.