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Funeral Service for Daphne Patrice Young-Sands, 51, of King’s Court, Celery Drive, Yellow Elder, will be held on Saturday, March 17th, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at Victory Baptist Church, Golf Course Boulevard, Sea Breeze. Officiating will be Pastor Ivan Carey. Interment will follow in St. Agnes Cemetery, Nassau Street.
Left to cherish her memories are her husband: Lavon H. Sands; one daughter: Lavonia Sands; two sons: Gregory Jones II and Harry Young; her mother: Nellie Young; her grandmother: Weavis Smith; one grandchild: Kaylie Jones; three sisters: Coralee Godet, Charmaine Young and Jennifer Johnson; six brothers: Godfrey, Eugene, Derek, Colin and Darren Young and Lamorn Moxey; eleven aun ...
Mrs. Daphne Roberta Armbrister-Rolle age 72 years of #01 John Terrace, off Wulff Road and formerly of Duncan Town Ragged Island, will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 2pm at Mission Baptist Church, Hay Street. Rev. Dr. Reuben E. Cooper Jr. will officiate and burial will in Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleums, John F. Kennedy Drive & Gladstone Road.
The Radiance of this "Sapphire of A Gem" will always glow in the hearts of her:
Three Sons: Edric and Anthony Poitier and Julian A. Rolle;
Nine Grand Sons: Deablo and Anston Poitier, Vincent and Julian Rolle Jr., Garth Timilson, Cleon and Deon Reid, Lester and John Williams;
Seven Grand Daughters: Edrica, Anthonique, Antrice, Kayala and Anya Poitier, Audrey Culmer and Doneisha Rolle;
Four Great Grandchildren: Sydia, Lavar, Lavaran and Edrica Poitier;
Five Brothers: Bishop Asa G. of Baltimore, Rev. Stephen of Duncan Town, Ragged Island, Leeton of Miami Florida, Charles (Nipier) and Captain Lee Armbrister;
Six Sisters: Mary and Drussilla Armbrister of Pompano Beach Florida, Rev. Julia (Liz) Pratt, Remona McClain of Mastic Point Andros, Arabella Johnson and Dora C. Dean;
Adopted Children: Roosevelt Adderley, Percy Miller, Stephano Smith, Vernita Trotman and Sgt, Orthnell Andrews;
Two Daughters-in-law: Tiffany and Angela Poitier;
Eight Brothers-in-law: Demison Nesbitt, Sr., James, Jr., Lionel, Edison, George and Hasting Rolle, Bernard Bethel and Roland Evans;
Seven Sisters-in-law: Jerelene Wilson, Lovely, Maria, Professor Inez of Baltimore, Catherine, Judy and Sheba Armbrister;
Numerous Nephews and Nieces including: Sylvanus, Edward, Kingsley, Timothy, Bradley, Michael, Brisco, Theodore, Simon, Arison, Emile, Asa, Neil, Dwight, Kevin, Eric, Thomas, Alfeus, Demison, Jr., Ricardo, Albert, Stephen, Oscar, Charles, Philip, Cordell, Carl, Lamon, Mark, Jeffrey, Larry, Paul, Patrick, Lee, Jr., Walton, Jr., Dentry, Craig, Ashlyn, Shane, Maurice, Anthony, Darryl, Collins, Jr., Pete, Hensley, Burnell, Warren, Desmond, Vincent, Wendell G. II, Dwaling, Leeton, Jr., Benjamin and Jamal Moss, Omar Pinder, Avery Nesbitt, Horatio Green, Harry Pinder, Edmund, Edney, Geoffrey Bethel, Roland, Dax and Greco Evans, Essiemae, Jennifer, Patrricia, Gretamae, Clepatra, Wendy, Lavenia, Keva, Kenva, Claudette, Alfreda, Valerie, Iva, Monica, Anicka, Shantel, Stephanie, Majorie, Canrea, Jewel, Jan, Patricia, Albertha, Camille, Vanessa, Marva, Coronell, Emerald, Pearlene, Charlene, Pauline, Georgette, Carla, Racquel, Yasmin, Coretta, Claudette, Betine, Doreth, Petrenda, Vancessa, Maureen, Narissa, Maxine, Ernestine, Jaline, Alva, Anitra, Haysalah, Sparkle, Lillamae, Brenda, Melissa, Karen, Lakelle, Samantha, Brenda, Dawn and Margo Rolle, Wayde Wineburger and Tammy Wineburger, Chavonne, Avis and Monique Bethel Neville Dorsett and Laurette Miller;
Godchildren: Betty Balfour, Gretamae Ferguson, Keva Williamson, Jan Armbrister and Joan Bridgewater;
Uncle and Aunts: Cephas and Maudline Maycock and Mae Armbrister;
Numerous Cousins including: Mae Armbrister and Laurel Munore and families of the late, Julia Bridgewater, Rupertha Lightbourne, Amy Jones, Arabella Wilson, Sylvia Bridgewater, Laurel Munroe, Emily Lockhart, Rowena Munroe, Louise Moxey, Anna Wilchombe, Rev. Theodore Wilson, William Armbrister, Rev. Delvin and Doris Moss;
Other family and specical friends: Sylvia Forbes, Ismae Ferguson, Ann Panza, Dawn and Catherine Albury, Valerie McClain and family, the Andrews family, Beverly Roberts, Beverly Woodside and family, Marilyn Darling and family, Vanessa Bethel and family, Dr. Delton Farquharson, Katherine Sands and family, the Cheney family, Elder Clement Maycock, Peter and Annarine Russell, Commissioner of Police Mr. Ellison Greenslade, Ernest, Greg and Steven Burrows, Deana, Katey and Lori Nelson and family, Analouise Fabre, Valerie Dean and family, Bernita Deveaux-Hitchman, Kendal Marshall, Theresa Johnson, John DeGlanville Panza, Florene "Ma Flo" Wilson, Edmund Moxey, Clothilda Ferguson, The Ragged Island and James Cistern Communities, Charlene Collie and family, Peter and Betty Johnson and family, Alicia Butler and family, Geneva Rollins and family, Sam Anderson and family, The Mission Baptist Church family, The National Church of God family of North Andros, Pleasant View Assemblies of God, North Andros, Henson Saunders, Landmark Baptist Church, Makkedish Ministries, other family and friends too numerous to mention;
Special Thanks To: To the Staff of Double R Cleaning, Staff of Batelco JFK, staff of Female Medical 2 and the Oncology Department of the Princess Margaret Hospital.
Visitation will be in the "Emerald Suite" Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road on Friday, October 21, 2010 from 1pm to 6pm and at Mission Baptist Church, Hay Street on Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 1pm to service time.
Funeral Service for Darnell Christine Ivy Johnson-Grant, 49 of #39 Hay Street East will be held on Sunday, April 17, 2011 at 12:30pm at Grants Town Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Wellington Street. Pastor Peter Joseph, assisted by Elders Winston Ash and Wayde Moxey will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.
The Radiance of this “Ruby of A Gem” will always glow in the hearts of her:
Husband: Calvin Dewitte Grant Sr.;
One Son: Calvin Grant Jr.;
Three Daughters: Fraya Mackey, Nyasha Wallace and Calvonya Grant;
Six Grand Children: Devonte, Shaquan, Jasmine and Navaeh Mackey, Ama ...
The funeral service for Bishop David Adderley, 79, of Simms, Long Island who died on Friday, December 17, will be held at South West Cathedral Church of God, Carmichael Road, at 1pm on Sunday, January 2. Officiating will be Bishop John Humes assisted by Bishop Donnie Storr and Bishop Johnny Lowe. Interment will follow at the Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleums in John F. Kennedy Drive.
Left to cherish his memories is his Loving Wife, Soul Mate and Best Friend of 51 years: Merriel Adderley; (5) Sons: Stephen, Nathaniel, Anderson, Rodney & Inspector Carlton Adderley; (1) Daughter: Zelma Moxey; (2) Adopted Sons: Pedro & Antonio Marcella; (3) Adopted daughters: Samar ...
Funeral service for Rev. Dr. David Samuel Johnson, 77 yrs., a resident of Johnson Road, who died on 11th December, 2011, will be held at Church of God Auditorium, Joe Farrington Road, on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Officiating will be Rev. Hartman Nixon, Rev. J. Carl Rahming, Rev. Timothy Stewart, assisted by other Ministers of the Gospel. Interment follows in Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery, Bernard Road.
Funeral Service for the Late Deborah Angela Thompson, 57 years of Seawell Manor will be held on Saturday November 5th, 1:00 p.m. at St. Margaret's Anglican Church, Kemp Road. Rev. Fr. Oswald Pinder assisted by Rev. Dr. Roland Hamilton will officiate. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Borrowing a quote from best-selling author Joyce Meyer, Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald told the 56 graduates of St. Andrew's School that they were prime examples of "The Power of Preparation".
Fitzgerald reminded the International Baccalaureate (IB) learners that the aim of the IB Programme is to develop internationally minded people who recognize their common humanity, shared guardianship of the planet, and help to create a better and more peaceful world. He noted that the program has shown the graduates to the possible place that they can serve in the global community...
I trust that the following suggestions on matters related to the way forward will be of some help to our national interest. Some 77 percent of our population lives in New Providence. It is obvious that New Providence itself is overly populated and land is no longer affordable to the average Bahamian.