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Young Bahamian beauty Vanessa Leach is eagerly anticipating her trip to Chicago, Illinois to represent The Bahamas in the Miss Teen International Pageant, which will be held on July 26 and 28.
The competition will showcase 43 delegates from around the world as they compete in fitness, fashion, interviews and community involvement.
The competition attracts people from the fashion and entertainment industries - from directors, producers and modeling agents to network executives. A unique opportunity will, therefore, be afforded to Vanessa to be seen by top professionals in the beauty and talent industries.
Vanessa has done many fashion spreads in local publications, including NU Woman and Profiles Magazine. She has also walked the runway and strutted her stuff in fashion and runway charity shows for Coles of Nassau and Islands of the World Fashion Week, has a talent for fashion design and is an excellent painter.
"It brings me a lot of joy and relaxation to sit down and create," she said in a release. "It transports me into a different world".
Her artwork has been exhibited at the Bank of The Bahamas during special exhibitions.
Miss Teen Bahamas International aspires to become a self-made business woman after completing her studies in accounting and emerging markets. She also aspires to learn Italian and French.
Recently Vanessa was afforded the opportunity to work with The Bahamas Children's Emergency Hostel, where she was able to take the children on an all-day field trip to the Adventure Learning Center.
"I don't like seeing kids look as though they are troubled or hurt. I don't like seeing kids being mistreated or isolated," she said.
"I think that many of the children at the Children's Emergency Hostel are fortunate to have a place to stay. They're not on the street, but it does bother me to learn how many of them end up in shelters."
Vanessa explained that her involvement in the student council at St. Andrew's High School was the catalyst for her initial visit to the hostel.
Both her parents, Kelvin and Kathyrn Leach, said with pride: "We support Vanessa and all of our children in whatever they aspire to do. We believe in Vanessa and know that she has the stuff that great queens are made of. She is diligent, hardworking, very bright, and has a genuine love for children as well as for community service."
The local pageant team is encouraging the public to go online to www.missteeninternational.us to cast their vote for Vanessa.
Funeral Service For Mr. Richard Thomas "Dick" Dean II age 75 years of Park Street, Hatchet Bay Eleuthera will be held on Friday, November 04, 2011 at 11:30am at St. Stephen's Baptist Church, Hatchet Bay Eleuthera. Pastor Lambert R. Farrington JP and Bishop Robert A. McPhee JP, DD will officiate and burial will be in Big Bay Public Cemetery, Hatchet Bay Eleuthera.
The Radiance of this "Turquoise of A Gem" will always glow in the hearts of his:
Wife of over fifty years: Rev. Bessie Lillian Louise Farrington-Dean;
Three Sons: Ricardo Sr., Brent and Leading Seaman Gavin Dean Sr.;
Nine Daughters: Holly, Dellarease and Ursula Dean, Carole Davis, Monique Miller, Tennille Sowerby of Dania Beach Florida, Tamika Bain, Richette Morgan and Patricia Rolle;
Thirty Eight Grand Children: Todd and Deangelo Johnson, Sheretha and James Sands, Iesha Samuels, Kadesha, Melissa, Redel, Riccara, Brendea, Brittany, Alderay, Vanessa, Gavin Jr., Gavaun, Gavan, and Ricardo Dean Jr., Petrez, Racquel and Lashanedria Davis, Wayne Jr. and Wanterro Miller, Alancha and Nakito Thurston, Jonille Soweby, Glenora Evans, Brittney, Brandon and Devonya Culmer, Kevia Knowles, Giovanni Stirrup, Valentino Hart, Calvern Bodie, Myah, Althario, Quinteco, Quinteca and Quintonique Rolle;
Eight Great Grand Children: Cordesha Cartwright, Jameisha Sands, Charleston Olius, Derranae Adderley, Kennya Johnson, Alayah Saunders, Samari and Bernard Culmer;
Thirty Nine Nephews: Eurick, Mackey, Jeffery Sr., Lealand, Clyde, Stephen, Navardo, Sean, Teaco, Chuck, Renaldo, Dion, Curry, Grant, Dexter, Adrian, Leonard, Astley, Feliche, Wendell G. II, Dwaling, Kevin, Tyrone, Shawn, Devon, Nikito, Stevie, Kshawn, Jeffrey Jr., Shawn, Delvon, Cory, Kyle, Eustace, Antonio, Leonard, Orrentress, Glendino and Shawn;
Fifty Seven Nieces: Doreth, Shirlene, Julia, Lisa, Rena, Eulamae, Iris, Adrienne, Charmaine, Gilder, Tamazina, Mertalia, Cleo, Veronica, Adrian, Heidi, Kera, Juanette, Kristen, Krizzia, Tanya, Patrice, Trennie, Vanessa, Merry, Iris, Kayla, Taylor, Euricka, Elisa, Levina, Estella, Tomika, Andrea, Leonora, Melissa, Kaycia, Ava, Nikola, Sparkle, Charmaine, Adrianna, Tanisha, Mikayla, Alexis, Patavia, Zendra, Dominique, Tanya, Adrianne and Lawania;
One Uncle: John Farrington;
One Aunt: Florence Belle;
Six Sons-in-law: Peter Davis, Wayne Miller Sr., Joseph Sowerby of Dania Beach Florida, Quinton Rolle, Emmit Smith and Phillip Morgan;
Three Daughters-in-law: Delphine, Patricia and Shakeitha Dean;
Five Brothers-in-law: Adrian Johnson, Martin, Cloyde, Rev. Lambert R. and Robert A. Farrington;
Six Sisters-in-law: Eunice, Maryann, Audrey and Deloris Farrington, Lorna Dean of Freeport, Grand Bahama and Arimena Ranger;
Adopted Children: Larry Saunders, Kevin 'Souse' Johnson, Kita Ambrister, Leahnora Knowles and Gennean McQueen;
Ten Adopted Brothers and Sisters: Wilfred, John and Stephen Coakley, Hyacinth, Sylvia, Alma, Marina, Wyatt, Ellen and Patsy;
Eleven God Children: Charles Jackie and Marvanique Bethel, Joan Stubbs, Jennie Kemp, Portia Algreen, Roberto Thurston, Lanchester Wells, Claudina Kelly, Louis Johnson Jr., Meralda and Miranda Francis;
Best Friend: Robert "Bob" Huyler;
Other loving family and friends including: Mary Belle, Eulean and Dennis Johnson, Vernita Mackey, Shirley Ferguson, Bertram Belle, Patsy Charlow, Cheryl Minnis, Jeffrey Belle, Esther Bain, Dina Johnson, Rhona Hutcheson-Bethel, Florence Scavella and family, Cheryl and Rev Eric Johnson, Edith Hanna and family, Carmalina Burrows, William Albury and Family, Ethel Farrington, Jane Smith, Emma White, Shevaun Bain, Rev. Delbert Bethel, The family of the late Hayward Dean, Mattie McDonald Brown, Anthony, Campbell and Nathanial Dean, William Dean and family, Audrey Bell and family, Cedric and Lonnie Rolle,† Dora Dean, Family of the late Robert and Eula Pinder, Lida Scavella, Edna Symonette, Millie Cambridge, H.E. Clifford Butch Scavella, Mary "Merilyer" Simon, Henry, Bobby, Jackie and Jean Rolle, Billy, Leon Saunders, Earl Johnson, Bertie Carey, Natasha Smith, Liz and Aubrey Dean, Hilton and Gladstone Cambridge of Miami and the Shantells Crew of Liberty City, Vivian Rahming and family, Robert Watson, James, George, Raymond and Betty, Lionel, Eddison, Hasting Rolle, Olga Bowles and family, Family of the late Dorothy Johnson, Pastor Orlando and Clarece Thompson, Garnett Thompson, Billy Stubbs and family, The Mackey, Rolle, Johnson and Bethel family of James Cistern, Cyril Culmer and family, Teddy Johnson, Eddie and Keith Cleare, Ruth Beckford, Nellie Walkes, Belkis Poitier, Leroy, Charlie, George and Mack Pinder, Rocky Romer, Basil Connolly, Harold Thompson, Henry Wood, Clarence Gibson, Albert Rolle, Shirlaymae Higgs, Cranston Jones, Charles Olius, Gilbert Kemp, Peter. T. Carey, Ann Curry, Deidrie Sands, Candida Simms, Tabitha Haye, Patrice Bodie, Rev. A. DeWitt Hutcheson, Curly Aranha, Coral Pinder, Tenille Ryan, Kalsey, Steven AddieLee and Leah Johnson, Stephanie Saunders, Mary Dawn Culmer and family, Delvon and Priscilla, The McIntosh Family, Jack and Lynden Davis, Anishka Darville, Johnnie and Lavern Saunders, Bernie Brown, Rhoda McQueen and family, James Rolle and family of Nassau, Dwayne McKenzie, Charles Bethel, Robert Wilson and Remanda Goodman, Myrtis Newton and family, Steve Stubbs, Amos Daniels, The First Street, Meadow Street, and Seaside Club Crew, The Coakley family of Lewis Street, The entire Dean, Farrington, Cambridge, Hutcheson, Brown, Kemp and Pinder families of Hatchet Bay. Honourable Brensil Rolle MP, Honourable Alvin A. Smith MP and family, Rev. Honourable Philip M. Bethel JP and family, Bishop Robert McPhee and the Coopers Terrace Family, Lawrence Griffin, Mark Thompson, Male Nurse Austin Johnson, Dr. Pierre, Dr. Culmer, Dr. Munroe, Nurses and Doctors of the Eye Wing P.M.H, The Doctors, Nurses and staff of the Chest and Critical Care Unit of Memorial West Hospital Fort Lauderdale Florida, and the entire Communities of Hatchet Bay, Gregory Town and James Cistern Eleuthera.
Visitation will be in the "Emerald Suite" Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road of Wednesday, November 02, 2011 from 1pm to 6pm and at Stephen's Baptist Church, Hatchet Bay Eleuthera on Thursday, November 03, 2011 from 12:30pm to service time on Friday.
The 700 Experience is a beautifully laid out and compelling experiential travel and lifestyle blog about the 700 Islands of The Bahamas founded and created by Bahamian Vanessa Pritchard, a direct descendant of the United Empire Loyalists, a family that dates back 6 generations to landfall in The Bahamas in 1789. In this blog, she travels through time with all of the strength and power of those who came before her to herald the islandsí beauty, sanctity and progress.
Funeral Service for Preselitta Nesbitt aged 94 years of Young Street and formerly of Water Cay, Grand Bahama who died on May 13th 2012 will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Mt. Pleasant Green Baptist Church, East & Quackoo Streets. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Wesley Thompson, assisted by Rev. Garth Johnson & Rev. Nelson McFall. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J. F. K. Drive.
She is survived by her Daughter: Barbara Bullard; Sons: Charles Jr., & Tyrone Nesbitt; Daughters-in-law: Jennifer, Patricia & Laverna Nesbitt & Evangeline Grant; Grandchildren: Cheryl Grant-Bethel, Vienna McKenzie, Karen Sherman, Dwight, Dellareese & Lydia Grant, Nadia & Kelson Riley, Lakesha Ferguson, Shennecca Rolle, Anishka Hanchell, Cheryl Mcleish, Michael, Antonio & Terell Nesbitt, Vanessa Russell, Wellington, Wellisia, Wellrick, Wellron, Wellbrianne & Kizzy Bullar & Lisa McKinney; Great-Grandchildren: Dekira, Dondria, Dominique & Diahmon, Kendrick & Demarco Grant, Peteche Bethel, Danielle Rolle, Taelor Ferguson, Larell Jr., & Laural Hanchell, Jonathan Bullard, Vadaeya Stubbs, Maliya Sherman, Layla, Kelano & Keyano, Kelson Riley, Brandon McKenzie, Shawn McLeish, Michaela Nesbitt, P.J. Grant, Brian Harvey & Jahyda Seymour; Granddaughter-in-law: Alphanette Grant; Grandsons-in-law: Pedro Ferguson, Cornell Rolle, Larell Hanchell, & Sean Mcleish; Numerous Nieces & Nephews and a host of other relatives & friends including: Vanessa Seymour, Clinton Johnson, Carl Campbell; the descendants of the late Joseph & Francis Russell, the descendants of the late Leila Anderson, Rev. Dr. Wesley Thompson & Mrs. Marsha Thompson & members of Mt. Pleasant Green Baptist Church, Our Lady's Catholic Church, Great Commission Ministries & Residents of Young Street.
Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, #36 Rosetta Street from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and at the Church from 10 a.m. on Saturday until service time.
Last rites for Leah Lynes, 67, of Yellow Elder and formerly of Stuart Manor Exuma will be held on Saturday at 11:00 A.M. at Ebenezer Mission Baptist Church, Charles Vincent Street. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Elkin Symonette assisted by Pastor Joan Lisa Horton-Strachan.
She is survived by 1 Daughter; Deaconess Vanessa Lynes Forbes; Stepdaughter: Tamika Rahming; 1 Adopted Daughter; Michelle Brown; 1 Son; Chancel Rolle
Special Friend; Asbert Brown; 1 Stepson; Conrad Rahming; 1 Son-in-law; Bradley Forbes; 10 Grandchildren; Antonio Lynes, Crystal, Branessa and Bradley Forbes, Joseph Riley, Ramsey Ford, Tina, Michaela and Edwin Thompson, Chancela Rolle; 2 Great- Grandc ...
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.
She is definitely not the image of the typical "Jeeves" English style butler commonly portrayed in the media, but for guests staying in the luxurious suites at the Sandals Royal Bahamian resort, 27 year old Vanessa Gideon certainly knows how to ensure that every detail of her clients' stay is postcard perfect.
Vanessa is one of almost 25 butlers on staff whose primary focus is to ensure that every need, whim and desire of their guests is fulfilled from greeting them at check in, making reservations for dinner and social activities to ensuring that their beds are turned down " just so" each night until check out.
That she h ...
Funeral service for Balmont Augustus Thompson, 49 yrs., a resident of #21 Flamingo Ave. who died on 14th November, 2011, will be held at Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting Street, on Friday at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be Pastor Timothy Stewart. Interment follows in Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.
Cherished memories are held by: Parents: Vivian Thompson and Gwendolyn Brown-Thompson. Step mother: Maude Thompson; Two sons: Balmont Augustus Thompson Jr. and Micheal Viviano Thompson; Three Brothers: Rubeanstein "Russ" Thompson, Darious Omill"Ugly" Thompson and Frederick Thompson of U.S.A; Nephews: Darious and Damascus "Lil-D.O.T" Thompson, Devaughn Colebrooke, Javaughn and Trevor Thompson, Don, Elrie and Elroy; Niece: Nefraya Capron; Grandaunt: Nercie Brown; Aunt: Nora McCalla; Adopted sister: Beryl Thompson; Adopted brothers: Benson Ismy, Donado Ferguson, Rashadow "Shadow" Brown, Jeremy Adderley, Gayon Pinder, Leonard "Eggy"Saunders, Adrian "Zukie" Deveaux, Nicholas Thompson, Trevor Butler, Greth Gordon, Grey Black, Delvin Poitier and Prince Wright; Godfather: Donald Wilson; Godbrother: Austin Wilson and Godsister: Mrs. Dona Wilson-Haley; Cousins: Gloria Forbes, Rudolph Bethel, Florentine McPhee, Sidney Storr, Michael Roker, Howard Bastian, Telsine Pickstock, Malvise Bastian, Mary Mitchell, Assistant Superintendent of Police R.B.P.F., Joyann Hamilton, Martha Graff, Deanza, Sean, Kayla, Keisha and Khatia Thompson, Brenda Thompson, Kendrick, Barry, Audley, Adrian, Kevin and Benjamin Thompson, Vanessa Calloway, Bernadette Rutherford, Kenneth Thompson, Godfrey, Belfield and Miranda Inniss, Sandra Gordon, Patrice Munroe, Rev. Christina Bethel, Sheena Mackey, Ester Flesh, Shenique Thompson, Monique Burrows, Stanley, Joy and Barbara McCalla and Edna Forbes; Other relatives and friends: Natasha Gabriel, Denise Bowleg Morley, Michelle Bowleg Rolle, The Bowleg family, Rita Williams and family, The Hon. Desmond Bannister, The Miller family, Lasheen Symonette & family, The Isaac's family, Julia Thompson & family, The Young Family, Diane & family, Shea & family, Dereck "Camebo" Cambridge, Marvin "Smiley" Poitier, Dandy Lion's School family, The St. John's College School family,Mr. Lester & Mrs. Cindy Stuart, Pastor Timothy Stewart & The Bethel Baptist Church family, Male Medical I team of doctors and nurses at P.M.H., Oncology Department, Inspector Warren Johnson & Family, Trineil & Family, The Gambier Village Community and other 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 from 01-12:00 noon & at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service time.
Funeral service for Reverend Cleveland Murphy, 88 yrs., a resident of Betsy Bay, Mayaguana, who died on 19th March, 2012, will be held at Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church, Yamacraw Road, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Samuel R. Greene, Reverend Howard T.G. Smith, REverend Dr. Hilton Bullard & Other Ministers. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Precious memories will remain in the heart of his loving wife of sixty-three (63) years, Gladys Elaine Murphy (nee Jones).
Children: Rosetta (decease), Roderick, Virginia, Alfred, Ray and Elizabeth Murphy, Elder Hettamae & Alvin Flowers (Son-in-Law), Frankiemae & Isaac Moss (Son-in-Law), Florence & Paul Roberts (Son-in-Law), Minister Alice & Pastor Kevin Collie (Son-in-Law), and Minister Madlyn Thompson (Adopted daughter).
Grandchildren: Vernetha & Kevin Edwards, Louis & Donella Murphy, Victoria & Deon Davis, Leroy, Viola, and Terry Joseph, David, Cynthia, Terrance, Ann, Natasha, Alicia, Kaylesa, Anthony, Ray Jr. and PC 1495 Keno Murphy, PC 3391 Bersil Rolle, Kendera, Kendon, Kendricka and PC Kendrick 3361 Moss, Daronn, and Zhivargo Flowers, Tamika & Delano Brown, Kevia, Hannah and Kevonna Collie, Ivanya & Paul Roberts, Randy Cooper, Tiffany Cartwright, Leroy and Monique Murphy.
Great Grandchildren: Valentino, Donovan, and Travis Murphy, Arlington Sweeting Jr., Deon Jr., Vantasia, Destinee, and Denesha Davis, Johnell Saunders, Keajah and Kymani Stuart, Nathan and Nathaniel Charlton, Ajanae Ettienne, Kayshawna and Bria Joseph, Rhonda Rolle, Denekia & Silioam Brown, Antetia, Damien, Marques, Tyler, Elizabeth, Tray, Davargo Flowers, Derek, Rhadgena, Lorrenzo, and Allanaya.
Sisters: Katrina and Isadora Murphy, Emily and Reverend Letha Bain, Henrietta black and Sarah Collie.
Brothers: Ruthland, Jacob, Samuel and Daniel Murphy
Sisters-in-Law: Sylvia Jones, Margaret, Myrtle, and Marjorie Murphy, and Mathilda Burrows
Brothers-in-Law: Ephraim Jones, Maxwell and Reverend Lester Bain, and Robert Black
Aunt: Olive Murphy
Nieces and nephews: Patrick & Myrtle David, Ethel Strachan, Nicole, Marsha, Tyrone, Dwight, and Kelly Murphy, Harry, Shaneka, Maedawn, Phillip Ralph Jr., Randy, Claudette, Leroy Jr., Audie, and PC 2167 Murphy, Luther Johnson, Carnetta Gibson, Joycelyn, Nolan King, Sterling, Bethsheba, Clothilda, Sue-Ellen, Jaron and Jamal Jones, Berkley, Hudley, Eric, Patrick, and Desmond Collie, Dora Swain, Cleola Hamilton, Vanda Capron, Karen Carol, and Perry Johnson, Henry Sears, Dianne Cartwright,Vanessa Brown, Crystal Gibson and Linda Brown.
A host of other relatives and friends including Linda Hall, Terry Saunders, Mr. & Mrs. Johnley & Carnetta Ferguson, The Rt. Honourable Hubert A. & Lady Delores Ingraham, Mr. & Mrs., Vernon Symonette, Vincent & Joyce Mitchell, Charles, Harrington, Shevington, Marion, Walton, Rosemary, and Joyce Higgins, Drucilla Charlton, Evangelist Levi & Florence McPhee, Evangelist Laban Brown, Joanna Brown, Kenneth & Advira Missick, Cynthia Brown, Rudolph & Cleola Mesick, Eva Hamilton, Luella Burrows, Laura McPhee, Stanley & Edith Collie The Honourable Sidney & Mavis Collie, Leon & Ena Charlton, Superintendent Leamond Deleveaux, Arthur & Mildred Williamson, Michael Bain, Sylvia Missick, Pastor Joseph & Pearl Thompson, Pastor Randolph & Willamae Deleveaux, Pastor Daniel Nottage, Rev. Dr. Carrington & Rev. Sabrina Pinder, Apostle Christopher & Elder Anna Russell, Apostle Leon & Leona Wallace, Pastor A.S & Rev. Sylvene Rolle, Pastor Alexander Missick, Pastor Robert Black, Pastor T. G. Morrison, Pastor B. Wenith Davis, Pastor Irene Charlton, Reginald Charlton, Administrator Harvey Roberts, Elder Dwain & Paulamae Morley, Elder Collins & Pamela Rolle, Deacon Gayland & Shantell Nordelus, Gloria Maxwell, Doreen Taylor, Bricemae Gibson, the Gray Moss, McPhee, Higgins, Brown, Taylor, Missick, Collie, Williamson, Black, Jones, Temple of Praise Ministries, Bishop Samuel & First Lady Greene& ZYBC, Zion Baptist Churches Mayaguana District, the communities of Betsy Bay, Priates Well, Abraham's Bay, and a host of other relatives and friends 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.
Memorial service for Reverend Cleveland Murphy, will be held at Temple of Praise Ministries, Prince Charles Drive, on Thursday 29th March, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Carrington S. Pinder.