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Funeral Service for the late Pastor Nathaniel Curtis age 67 years of Bowen Sound, Andros will be held on Saturday April 28th, 2012 at 10:00am at Greater Bethel Cathedral, Faith United Way, Blue Hill Road. Officiating will be Bishop Ellis Farrington, Suffragan Bishop Wilfred Mackey, Suffragan Bishop Ezekiel Munnings, Suffragan Bishop Christopher Minnis and other ministers of the gospel. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleum, John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Road.
Precious memories will linger in the hearts of his devoted wife: Minister Olive Curtis; son: Sergeant 2327 Elvis N. Curtis; adopted son: Sergeant 1426 Kym Flowers; daughters: Lavern Curtis, Registered Nurse Lucy Martin, Kathleen Munnings, Sharneka Burnside, Cynthia Annestor; grandchildren: Jewel Munnings, Clifford Martin Jr., Elvis Curtis Jr., Laurence Burnside Jr., Alfredo and Fredina Munnings, Giles Wells III; daughter-in-law: Michelle P. Curtis; adopted daughter-in-law: Diane Flowers; sons-in-law: Clifford Martin Sr., Freddie Munnings, Lawrence Burnside Sr.; sisters: Isabella Nesbitt, Susan Johnson, Virginia Curtis, Joyce Farrington of Fort Lauderdale; adopted sisters: Evangelist Rachel Mackey, Adrianna Lowe, Lovinia Coakley, Alice Kolp; brothers: Wellington, Cleveland, Emmanuel and Herbert Curtis; sisters-in-law: Marion, Emmaline and Gloria Curtis, Mildred Anderson, Mary Bowe of Grand Bahama, Patricia Brown, Clara Newbold, Katherine Edgecombe, Stephanie Brown, Beatrice Poitier, Prenell Clarke, Pamela Brown; brothers-in-law: Arthur, David and Dr. Eric Brown, Gerald Bowe, Charles Newbold Sr., Peter Poitier, Glenroy Clarke; numerous nieces and nephews: Rev. Cyril Curtis, Dwayne, Cleveland Jr., Larry, Alfred and Bastian Curtis, Elizabeth Brown, Anna Neely, Claire Rolle, Fayeann Reed, Cartwell Curtis, Alton Curtis, ASP. Hervin Curtis, Maria Tate, Christine Edgecombe, Sherry LaFleur, Sergeant 618 Chantel Hepburn, Gloria Whymms, Floridamae Gibson, Mildred, Idamae Nesbitt, Rev. Haywood Nesbitt, Pastor Arnold Nesbitt, Bernard Nesbitt, Shirley, Miriam, Lavanda, Otis, Randolph, Troy and Brandon Neymour, Castina and Daniel Bain, Sharanda and Justin Annestor, Marvin John, Sheryl Martin, Frankymae, Eileen, Shelly, Elder Charles Anderson, Clarrington, Edney and Elon Anderson, Loretta Ferguson, Jacklyn Marshall of South Carolina, Karen Brown, Ricardo Forbes, Kissy and Burke Bowe, Keyano Bowe, Dannielle, Charles III, Arsenio and Charlesetta Newbold, Marshanel, Antoinette, Clementina and Chantel Brown, Dezerene Rolle, Kingston Jr., and Livingston Brown, Erica Bethell, Roger, Robert, Robin and Roxanna Brown, Marvin, Rashad and Bodeisha Brown, Shekinah Edgecombe, Anvard Johnson, Maryann Brown, Edna Forbes; aunt: Janet Bain; godchildren: Glen Mackey, Herman Bain and Shantell Riley; numerous relatives and friends including: Officers and Members of the Highway Pentecostal Church- Blanket Sound, Suffragan Bishop Ezekiel Munnings and Family, Rebecca Munnings and Family, Lindwood Mackey and Family, Elon Anderson, Jeffrey Edgecombe, Merton Thompson, Steve Hanna and Family, Bishop Ellis Farrington and Family, Pastor Bruce Farrington and Family, Pastor Thomas Mackey and Family, Elva Newbold and Family, Janet Coakley and Family, Geneva Braynen and Family, Jacob and Mary Rolle and Family, Thomas and Cinderella Hinsey and Family, Elizabeth Evans and Family, Pastor Leon Hinsey and Family, Fred and Pearl Hinsey, Henry Bain and Family, Diana Beneby and Family, Pastor Prince and Marina Cargill, Reverend Adam Brown and Family, Helen Brown and Family, Joyce Robinson and Family, Adline Wilson and Family, Sidney Bain and Family, Getrude Newton, Patsy, Magnola and Anna Neymour, Mizpah Braynen, Hazel Sargeant and Family, Pastor Raymond Mackey, Beatrice Davis and Family, Pastor Dolly and Leroy Hanna, Elder Beecham Braynen and Family, Wilbert and Eulamae Edgecombe and Family, Apostle Trevor Williamson and Family, Bishop V.G. Clarke and The Calvary Deliverance Church Family, Pastor Simeon Wallace and Family, Rev. Dr. David Braynen and Family, Velma Braynen, Andy and Sharon Smith, Larry Marshall, Pastor Betty Hanna, Sheila Mackey and Family, McKellen and Donna Stubbs, Playdell Gayle, Mike Hornby and Family, Tim and Beth, Brian Hugh, Erma McGregor and Family, Isadora Scott and Family, Wendy McDonald and Family, Mrs. Marguerite Jackson and Family, Brian Major and Family, Minister Claudell Farrington, The North Andros Branch of the Bahamas State Council of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc., The entire Central and North Andros Communities and a other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
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 8:30am until service time.
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It was indeed a 'family affair' in Marathon Bahamas this Sunday, as the two overall titles from the running of the fifth annual event were captured by the husband and wife team of Justin and Melissa Gillette.
The dynamic duo were just one of many families that completed in the 26.2-mile course, which took runners on a picturesque route on the northern tip of New Providence. Justin won the men's overall title in 2:36.57 and Melissa took the female title in 3:04.01.
"It felt good to win," said men's winner Justin Gillette. "It was definitely a shock to my system, to go from eight
degrees (weather), and here we were running in about 65 or 70. Everybody here on the island was just so excited. It didn't matter what country you were from, they were cheering real loud so it was pretty fun to be a part of this and to win. I've never been to The Bahamas before, so I just thought it was a unique idea. It is winter time back home so the idea of going to an island in the middle of winter is always appealing. We brought the whole family down, my kids, my wife and my in-laws. We just made a nice little vacation out of it. It is nice to have matching awards in the house, it makes the trip feel a whole lot better."
While Justin said the wind was a bit of a problem for him around mile 16 or 17, Melissa said the wind actually helped to cool her down. She also said seeing her husband out front, made her push even harder.
She said: "I think it was a little different experience for me. The beginning was rough for me. I had to get adjusted to the temperature. For me, the wind actually helped to cool me down so I ran about four seconds faster in the second half, than what I ran the first half. I got into a rhythm later on."
The top masters male division was won by Bahamian Keithrell Hanna and visitor Michelle Walker took the top masters female spot. Hanna's time was 2:49.25 and Walker finished in 3:41.26. Hanna was the first Bahamian to cross the finish line. The Freeport, Grand Bahama native said: "It feels great and I give God thanks for the victory. I have been running for 30-plus years, from I was a little child.
"This is the my third marathon. I am getting ready for the Boston Marathon, I was just preparing myself and using this for bigger events. In Freeport, I run 15-20 miles every Saturday and Sunday, running the sand and on the grass."
A number of groups and organizations also competed in the annual event. One group in particular, the Kids of Courage, an organization based in New York, had more than 50 participants. The race, for one of their members Merra Herman, was special in more ways than one. Herman said: "Kids of Courage is fairly new to me, but it has been amazing. I used to do a lot of things, like getting myself up and keeping myself up emotionally. Sometimes I used to sit in class and I couldn't move my legs because I couldn't feel them. I used to be in tremendous pain. I used to say I don't know how I was going to get up, but now, whenever that happens, all I do is think about my wonderful counsellors, the wonderful staff and friends at Kids of Courage. It is just amazing because I never had that before. It also brought me and my family closer. My brother, he pushed me pretty much the whole way, and I don't think many siblings would have done that."
The top relay team in the male division was Pharmachem Technologies which posted a time of 3:23.27 for the win. Following them in a time of 4:00.27 was Iberolam. Strombus was third in 4:03.48. The Hillview Pathfinders clocked 4:11.46 for fourth and Deloitte As One came in fifth in 4:16.58. The Smoking Hot Mamas was the top female relay team, stopping the clock at 3:56.59. The Long Island Gals came in second and the Desperate Housewives team finished third in times of 3:59.34 and 4:11.26 respectively.
Winning the men's half marathon was Jonathan Volpi, in 1:11.27, and Angela Cobb took the women's half marathon in 1:26.23.
Master Tyrese Steve Elliott Lafleur age 11 years of #4 Lime Street, Yellow elder Gardens #2 will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 2pm at The New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Blue Hill Road South. Pastor Alfred Stewart, will officiate and burial will be in Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleums, John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Road.
The Radiance of this "Ruby of A Gem" will always glow in the hearts of his:
Mother: Judy Dianna Lafleur;
Brothers and Sisters: Tyler, Angel, Marvin Jr., Malachi Nottage, Pedro I, Amiri, Perez, Pedro II, Galicia, Alicia Demeritte and Shaquille Adderley;
Grand Parents: Jerome and Valerine Lafleur, Stanley and Maxine Missick and Eva Smith;
Uncles: Jerome Jr., Rhodriques, Anthony and Dwayne Lafleur, Kemit Moss, Lamar Saunders, Garvin and Darren Missick, Glen Knowles, Justin Mackey and Jimmy Bowe;
Aunts: Patrice Moss, Princess, Denise, Lavern, Melissa and Carlene Lafleur, Marva Nottage-Mackey, Lauralee Missick, Samantha Williamson, Jackie Davis and Deborah Knowles;
Grand Uncles: Stanley and Wellington Musgrove, Patrick Moss, Greg Bowe, Ronald Martin, Kendal Joseph, Henry Williams, Bradley Nottage and Edgar Grant;
Grand Aunts: Maria Lafleur, Evelyn, Ann, Rosemary and Minerva Musgrove and Yvonne Jancy-Grant;
Cousins: Jerome Jr., Devon, Janice, Joyann, Shonte, Kermisha Moss, Sheketra, Rhodriques Jr., Lopez, Rhodrika Lafleur, Jeremy Bevans, Ricardo Moultrie Jr., Skylar, Lamar, Pharrell and Lamarido Saunders, Antonio, Anton, Antonique, Anthony Jr., Dwayne Jr., Demargio, Deanglo, Terrinique and Tamiko Lafleur, Alexander Missick, Kadesha, Alexander Missick, Kadesha, Kalia, Micah, Dominique, Tennessee, Dakota, Shavante, Shade, Shante and Mickal Musgrove, Alexis and Eric Bodie Jr., Kenneth and Kennedy Rolle, Nickie Reckley and Whitney;
God Parents: Sophia Rolle, Tennille Bullard, Michelle "Dot" Charlton, Roseanne, Noa Hunt, Antoinette Clarke and Sharice Williams;
Other loving family and friends including: Mervin, Michelle, Dominic, Shanique, Michael, Portia, Cleopatra, Anastia, Anton, Kenseno, Kenneth and Wellington Musgrove Jr., Tasha and Eric Bodie, Alberta Timothy, Bertram Roker, Rosemary Jervis, Denise, Kenny, Karen, Nickie, Kathleen Symonette, Omar and Sharon Hanna, Kelson Pierre, Monique Major, Theresa Reckley, Lavern, Patrick Jr., Stanley, David, Jonathan, Michael Moss of Freeport Grand Bahama, Shane Bain, Zhivargo, Benjamin, Bernice, Ronald Jr., Jermaine and Trevor Martin, Cleola and Timothy Ombler, Mildred Bethel, Kenneth Forbes, Salma Joseph, Alberta Wilkerson, Charmine, Jolene, Bradley, Leonardo and Jermaine Nottage, Dorothy and Barbara Williams, Yolanda Shawn Rolle, Christopher Moss, Sammy Johnson, Keith Hepburn, and their families, Lemon and Lime Street, Blue Hill Road, Poinciana Drive families, The Green, Williams, Missick and Dean families other too numerous to mention.
Visitation will be in the "Diamond Suite" Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road of Friday, October 21, 2011 from 1pm to 6pm and at The New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Baillou Hill Road South on Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 1:00pm to service time.
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Funeral service for Evangelist Mildred Christina Knowles, 65 yrs., a resident of Unison Road off Carmichael Road, who died on 29th January, 2012, will be held at Cousin McPhee Cathedral, Carmichael Road, on Saturday at 3:00 p.m. Officiating will be Dr. Ranford Patterson. Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard Roads.
Precious memories will be cherished in the hearts of her loving and wonderful husband: Everette Knowles; 4 sons: Rodwell, Johnathan, Everete Jr. and Leafred Knowles (deceased); 2 stepsons: Jeffery and Carlton Knowles; 5 daughters: Debra, Merciann and Ginger Knowles, Norma Bethel, Gaynell Sands; 1 step daughter: Oraley Smith; grandchildren: Larry, Rodman, Lakeshia, Shawniniqua, Arqualla, Pricilla, Rodwell Jr, Theo, Dancia, Jacara Knowles, Shrelle, Rochelle, Troy Jr. McDonald, Pamela, Chardeeka, Dwaniqueka, Dominqua Bethel, Angela, Angel Brown, Travis, Corey, Rashad Higgs, Anishka, Daraneshia Williams, Neil Jr., Antonio & Gaynell Enda Sands; 1 daughter-in-law: Denise Knowles; 3 sons-in-law: Neil Sands Sr., Dwayne Bethel and Shadrac Chalton; 5 sisters: Olivia Mackey of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Dora Saunders, Monalida Demeritte, Clothilda Saunders, Elizabeth Slack; 5 sisters-in-law: Ulrica Coleby, Gloretta Duncombe, Ivy, Gertrude and Geneva Knowles; 7 brothers-in-law; Charles, Hector, Christopher, Nevelle and Arnold Knowles of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Steven Slack, Leon Brown; great grand children: Shaquel, Amaya, Craig Jr., Hannah, Kaylin, Adrian, Jason, Randy, Mia; nieces: Arlene of Miami, Fl., Dona of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Diana Smith, Rosie Moxey, Mayala, Alama, Kim, Evelyn Neely, Michelle Green, Natasha of Miami, Fl., Malissa Burnside; nephews: Kevin, Michael, Ricardo Jr, Rynam, Charles Knowles, Al Coleby, Patrick Kemp, Ted and David Mackey of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Trevor, Erick Curry, Deon Poitier, Basil, Bryan, Kelston Brown, Christopher Barnet, Lambert Cartwright, Craig, Hew and Desmond Duncombe; numerous grand nieces & nephews, other relatives and friends including: Patrick Moss of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Frederick Saunders, Mary, Sherryann, Hannah, Latiesha and Gertrude Rolle, Patrice Henry, Pastor Henry Smith and family, Rev. Franklyn Burrows, Laura Taylor and family, Enda Sands and family, Pat Roberts and family, cole Henry, Mona, Catherine and Charles McPhee, Sister Lewis, Mother Edgecombe, Ms. Russell and family, Pastor Minus and family of Five Porches Church, Ruth and George Bethel and family, Craig Maycock and family, Leslie, Mrs. King and famliy, Sheila, Dr. Marley, Dr. Strachan, Sen. Michael Halkitas, Hon. Charles Maynard and family, Rosey, Shirley, Elcena, Marlene, June, Kevin, Charles McDonald & family, staff of Super Value #9, Esther Smith, Louise Clarke and family, Vanessa, Welhia, Shonel, Garvie, Charles Jr., the Jolly family, doctors and nurses of Princess Margaret Hospital, the Fox Hill, Unison and Cowpen Road communities.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday from 9-1:00 p.m. & at the church from 2:00 p.m. until service time.
Latoya Hanna-Moxey is a woman who's used to wearing many hats -- corporate diva, mother, chandler and now fashion designer -- with the recent launch of her swimwear line Minka. You can call her a maven of all trades, entering into the world of entrepreneurship with Maven Candles, her line of handmade soy-based candles launched in 2009.
Wednesday 19th August 2009 8:00 PM
Hey Everyone, please join us on WED for Express Yourself. Bring your talent make sure it's hot not whack...This week's featured singer Willis [Illest Band] featured also is ENV- super hero swagger!!! featured poet [SINCERE & Garret Carey] featured painter [Carla Campbell] EXpress Yourself has featured- Manifest, Bodine, Anku Sa Ra, Club Super Death, Nakia Pearson, Kamilla Gibson, Irate, B'Marie, DJ Counsellor, Baigon,Bigetty, Cyeon Fox, Lyrically Blessed, B'Marie... and a host of great spoken word poets including Obediah Michael Smith,Dawn Hanna Michelle Hannah, Xan-Xi Bethel, Daria Delancey , Nicolette Bethel, Rolinda Pierre, Professa, CRAB and many others... You never know who you might see...come out and share in the rebelution!!! PS- This week's show will be streamed live from the HUB for our international audience or for you at home.......stay tuned for more info... Rap Battle- send us your names prize $50 Host: Express Yourself What: Music/Arts - Performance Price: $5 [five dollars] Start Time: August 19th at 8:00pm End Time: August 19th at 11:30pm Where: The Hub, Bay Street For more information, contact 242-465-8692 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org