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April 19, 2012
Levi Reginald Laramore, 70

Funeral Service for Levi Reginald Laramore age 70 of Annes Drive Winton Estates, who died at his residence April  5th, will be held on Saturday 10:00 a.m. at Christ The King Anglican Church Ridgeland Park West. Canon Curtis Robinson assisted by Arch-deacon I. Ranfurly Brown, Fr. Bradley Miller, Fr. Atma Budhu, Fr. Rodney Burrows and Fr. Joseph Mycklewhyte will  officiate and interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens Soldier Road.
 
Left to cherish his memory are:
Wife: Margaret Olive Laramore
Children: Michael Laramore (Ellen); Sylvia Major (Malcolm); Shawn Laramore; Michelle Pinder; Lisa Pinder; Jackie Taylor (Scott); Natasha Cartwright (Roswell); Tameko Laramore (Raquel); Margo Bosfield (Antoine)
Grandchildren:   Michael Jr.; Jermaine; Melissa; Malconique; Melani; Shawn Jr; Ashanti; Devante'; Deangelo; Lakeria; Keron; Eudane; Laron; Shantese; Cheyanne; Rotaj; Triniti; Sereniti, Rashae.
Great Grandchildren: Kiera; Syniah; Keyanna; Kayshawn
Brother : Stafford ( & Doral) Laramore
Sister: Brenetta-Mae Johnson
In-Laws: Mary Laramore, John White (Grace), George Young, Marina (John) Young, Sybilene (Ronald) Taylor, Georgina (Walter "Rim") Curtis, Ronald (Ernestine) Young, Mildred Young.
Uncle in law: Charles (Anita) Mckinney
Nieces : Jo'ann White; Patricia ( & Berkley) Chisolm; Rose ( & Leo) Kirby; Maxcine ( & Brian) Stubbs; Beatrice ( & Nehemiah) Hield; Ruth Poitier; Anita ( & Craig) Knowles; Sherry Laramore (of New York) Marge, June, Wendy ( & Wayne) Rolle; Sharon ( & Leroy) Sturrup; Theresa, Sandra ( & Terrence) Taylor; Lillian ( & James) Smith; Maedon, Indiana ( & Albert) Darville; Charlotte, Linda, and Natalie White; Alicia, Blakely and Brie Young; Sheila and Janice Young; Billi-Charra Taylor; Chia Young and Rhonda Young.
 
Nephews: Pastor Michael ( & Patrice) Johnson; Richard ( & Odea) Johnson; Julian ( & Antoinette); Joseph and William ; Kendal ( & Kim); Charles ( & Tina); Randy; Rev. Samuel ( & Renee); Roger; David Jr.; John Jr. "Super", Calvin (Carla), Rudolph, Frankie, Louis "Boogie", Desiree, Christopher ; Gerrad (Margo), Glenn, Graham, Theodore, Braven and Lucas ; Marlin Young; Owen (Bekera), Justin, William, Valentino Taylor; Ronald Jr "Ron J", Ramon Young.
 
Grand Nieces  and Nephews: Nadia; Theo; Tenille; Jonathon; Abigail; Catherine; Trenae; Keiliah; Omar; Perez; Anecia; Juliet; Jade; Aisha; Joeliese; Jon-Michael; Jordan; Dion (Kenya); Kelly (Okellen);Prince; Kia (Ory), Rashad, Rashida, Rachel, Beth-Anne, Michael  Jr., John-Thomas III, Kent, Chiteria, Lashanda, Phylicia, Felicia, Anesha, Teddy Jr, Da'nai, Phillip Jr, Hilbert, Hildra, Tyrone, Travis, Stephonya, Tinika, Sasha, Indira, Allie, Jhade, Nivea, Rivere Young, Zantae and Savannah Pelletier, Owbeon Taylor.
Cousins: Sandra Sealy, Gwenn Forbes-Kelly, Robert Carter, Larry Thomas, Marion Forbes, Erin Knowles, Van and Cordell Thompson, Gigi Mackey and Family, Nathaniel Dorsett and Family, John and Marlene Dorsett, Cecil Dorsett and Family, Lillian  and Glenn McPhee and Family, Lavenia Dorsett and Family, Lekita  and Randy Chambers and Family, Luella McDonald and Family, Joyce, Hyacinth, Joan and Family, Joanna Armbrister and Family, Audrey Laramore-Forbes and Family, Jennifer, Derek, Sidney, Robbie Smith and Families, Carolyn, Peaches, Blondell, Sean, Raymond Laramore, Mary Basden, Rose Huyler and Family, Emerald  and  Lawrence Bethell and Family, Rosemary Capron-Thompson, Pat and  Bursil Gibson, Louise Gibson and Family, Gloria Sears, Melvin Seymour, The Forbes family, The Hamilton family, The Capron family, The Outten family, The Thurston family, and The Seymour family. The Fort-Lauderdale Family: George, David "Junior", James, Winston "Pop", Shirley, Evangeline "Vangie", Catherine Laramore, Bridget Ruffing, Geseta Smith, Bernice Laramore, Leslie and Chad Laramore.
God-Children:     Walter Curtis; Jeron Pratt; Bradley
Adopted Children:   Derek Whymms, Charlie, Andrea, Marie, Edith,
Special Friends and other Relatives: Fr. Joseph Mycklewhyte and family, Elgin (Olive) Rahming, Nathaniel Bosfield and family, Anthony Bosfield and Family, Fr. Rodney Burrows and family, Portia, Desiree, Anthia, and Ralph Williams Jr., Richard and Hazel Harden of Florida, The Parada family of Boston MA, Winifred (Michael) Thompson and family, Andrew McKinney, Janet (Derek) Davis and family, Anthony (Keva) McKinney and family, Edgar & Florence Symonette, Carol (E.R.) Hanna and family, Henry, Gennie and Willamae Dean, Valarie Sands, Ann Thompson, Danny & Ingrid Knowles, Ferlease Knowles and family, Cherry, Andy (Jan), Walter Gibson and families, Petrona Kemp and family, Judith, Rudolph, Willard, Kelsey and Roosevelt (Quella) Williams, Stephanie Rolle and family, Patty McKinney and family, Vianna Pinder and family; Allan Rolle Jr  and  family, Ozzie Moore and family, Dougal Small and family, Asa Ferguson and family, Anthony Craig and family, Bismark Coakley and family, Lesa Edwards and family, Delano Knowles and family, Euthalee Brown & family, Suzette Dean  and family, Archdeacon I Ranfurly Brown and family, Fr, Bradley Miller and family, Fr. Atma  Budhu and family, Fr. Andrew Toppin, Fr. Chester Burton and family, Fr. Ormond Wright and family, Bishop Laish Boyd Sr. and family.
Neighbours: Mark Fox and family, The Pratt Family, The Mingos, Anastacia Thompson and family, Georgette Dames and family, Pearline Whylly and family, Simon Miller and family, Jeffrey and Rose Pratt, Sean Edgecombe and family, Derek Knowles and family, Norma Allen & family; Beverly Taylor; The Staff of Moe's Road Building Construction Company, The Eneas Jumper Corner family, The Farm Road Community, Kelcine Johnson and family, Shavon Peet  and  family and Aisha Sweeting and  family,The Temple Christian High School family, , The Custom Computers family, Suntee family, First Caribbean Sandyport family, The Hilton family, Christ the King Anglican Church family, especially The March "Aquamarines" Birthday Club, The Winton Community, The South Eleuthera Community and The Cat Island Community.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at THE CHAPEL OF MEMORIES COMMONWEALTH FUNERAL HOME INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday from 11:00-7:00 p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to service time.

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April 12, 2012
Cornelius Benjamin Bowleg, 85

Funeral service for Cornelius Benjamin "Tola" Bowleg, 85 yrs., a resident of Mastic Point, Andros, who died on 26th March, 2012, will be held at Mary Madgeline Anglican Church, North Mastic Point, Andros, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be The Rev'd Fr. Jude Edomwonyi, asisted by Canon John Clarke. Interment follows in the Church's Cemetery.
Left to cherish his memories are: His devoted wife: Elizabeth Bowleg; Four Daughters: Gertrude Flowers, Janemea Woodside, Cetta and Coral Bowleg; Four Sons: Herman Thompson, Jimmy, Vincent, and Brian Bowleg; Thirteen Granddaughters: Maria Colebrooke, Andrea, Marilyn, Shannell, Brianique and Vincenette Bowleg, Rosanell and Jenette Forbes, Crystal and Yvonne Rolle, Marvalina, Isadora and Oralee Woodside; Eleven Grandsons: Neville Sands, Christopher and David Flowers Jr., Prince, Albert and Ivan Forbes, Oneil Bowleg, Oral Jr. and Ulrick Woodside, Virmeano, Linkwood and Alonzo Bowleg; Numerous Great Grandchildren: Especially Dedrick, Jonathon, David, Kevin, T.J., Dante', David J, Marco, Tyron, Ashley, Livingchia, Dejanae, Stephanie, Jala, Erica, Nikava and Temetria; Two Sons in Law: David Flowers Sr. and Oral Woodside Sr.; Two Daughters in Law: Winifred Thompson, and Carmelia Pinder-Bowleg; One Uncle in Law: Samuel Martin of Freeport, G.B.; One Sister in Law: Margaret Pinder; Two Brothers in Law: Aaron Russell of Exuma, and Jonathan Russell of Nassau; Numerous Nieces and Nephews: Including Gayle and Michael Knowles, Hilton and June Bowleg of Freeport, G.B., Jennie Hyler and Family, Iris, Alice, Hilton and Insalette Bowleg and their families, Beatrice Gould, Vernita Mackey, Deborah Burnside, Lenora and Freda Smith and their families, Margaret Woodside and family, Henry, Alburne, Terrance, and Ronald Oliver and their families, Murline and Rachel Rolle and family, Sislyn Bowleg and family, Edison Colebrooke and family, Kirklyn Bowleg Rolle and family, Naomi Bowleg Woodside and family, Bertram, Clarence and Ellen Bowleg and family; A Host of Other family and friends including: Vincent, Philip and Alberta Simms and family, Patricia Woodside, Mr. Carlton Bowleg President of the Northern Star Burial Society, Erma Colebrooke and family, Joseph and Esther Rolle and family, Francetta Johnson, Sunkin and Sylvia Mackey and their family, Paulette Ingraham, Maurice and Antoinette Williams and family, Frank and Karen Smith and family, Hiram and Esther Larrimore and family, the Pickstocks, Martins, Olivers, Fowlers, Storrs, Rolle, Woodside, Munnings families of Mastic Point, the Community of North and South Mastic Point, the Lowe Sound and Red Bays North Andros, and all doctors and nurses of Male Surgical 2 P.M.H.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 1-6:00 p.m. on Thursday & on Friday at the church in Andros from 3:00 p.m. until service time.

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May 10, 2012
Linda Louise Veronica Willis, 51

Funeral Service for the Late Linda Louise Veronica Willis, 51 years of #20 Warren Street, Oakes Field, will be held on Friday May 11th, 2:00 p.m. at St. Joseph's Church, Boyd Road. Msgr. Alfred Culmer will officiate. Interment will follow in St. Joseph's cemetery, Tyler Street.
She is survived by her mother: Irene Louise Willis; sisters: Miriam T. Willis and Patricia Willis-Coleby; brothers: Leslie, Anthony and Christopher Willis; aunts: Dyllis Ingraham, Mildred McKinney, Verdell Esther and Annis McPhee Sylvia Willis, Patsy Frater, Toni Thomas of Jamaica; grand aunts: Mary Sweetnum and Kathleen Demeritte,  uncles: Troy McPhee, Lawrence, Ernest, Gettis and Newton Willis; grand uncle: Robert McPhee; Brother-in-law: Carlton Coleby; and a host of other relatives and friends including: Brenda nad Bert McKinney and family, Margaret and Lawrence Thurston, Sheralyn and James McCartney and family, Annette and Michael Allen and family, Stephen, and Shervin Seymour and their families, Valarie and Roger Carpenter and family, Margaret Russell and family, Deborah Bassett and family, Stephanie Mackey and family, Gregory Ingraham, Julian Ingraham and family, Donald Grey and family, Diana Sands and family, Santina Smith and family, Carlton Grey and family, Sheilamae Adderley and family, Carolee Grey and family, Almarie Reid and family, Robert Arthur and family, Danette Arthur, Belfield Arthur, Veldira Arthur-Diop and family, Pam Adderley and family, Cheryl Collie and family, Garfield McPhee and family, Bertha, Garnell McPhee and family, Brantis Adderley and family, The children of the late Priscilla Carey and their respective families, The Demerittes; James, Donna, Michael, Karlas, Kayla, Virginia and Edward and their respective families, Luther McDonald and family, Donna Smith and family, The children or Verdell,Esther and Annis McPhee and their respective families, Alfred Sears and family, Mrs. Olive McKenzie and family, Mrs. Meta Bethell and family, Mrs. Una Elliot and family, The Francis family, Mrs. Keva Nethersole and family, Mrs. Joyce Bain and family, Mrs. Geneva Thorton and family, Mrs. Trudy Miller and family, Mrs. Constance Mackey and family, Ivan and Nancy Conliffe, The Seymour family, Mrs. Florinda Bastian and family, The McCartneys, The Stuart family, The Moncurs, Douglas Major and family, Derek Roach, Mrs. Marie Cash, Mrs. Flora Davis, Mrs. Laurel Lundy, Ms. Joann Savin, Mrs. Angela Smith, The Braithwaites, Mrs. Marcia Bannister, Hermean Thompson, The University of Warren Street, The Warren Street family, Mrs. Una Burrows, all the health care providers especially Nurse Forbes, Nurse Hutchinson, Doctors Kemp, McDowell, Roper, Richardson and Taylor, the nurses of the chest pain unit, female medical two and accident and emergency, especially Nurse Wood and Sister Rolle.
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May 03, 2012
Bishop Elkin Alexander Symonette, 74

Memorial Service for the Late Bishop Elkin Alexander Symonette, 74 years of Haven's Subdivision off Soldier Road and formerly of Pinefield, Acklins will be held on Friday May 4th, 7:30 p.m. at Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, Charles Vincent Street. Rev. Dr. Charles Culmer assisted by Rev. Jeffrey Deleveaux and Bishop Trevor Williamson will officiate.
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Funeral Service for the Late Bishop Elkin Alexander Symonette, 74 years of Haven's Subdivision off Soldier Road and formerly of Pinefield, Acklins will be held on Sunday May 6th, 1:30 p.m. at Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, Charles Vincent Street. Rev. Felton Rolle assisted by Rev. Dr. William Thompson and Bishop Simeon Hall will officiate. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive.
Left to cherish his memories are his darling and devoted Wife of 52 years: Inez Hepburn Symonette; Eight Children: Melvelyn, Evang. Patricia, Melvern, Sharine, Alexander Jr. and Pastor Michael Symonette; Evang. Deborah McKenzie and Pastor Renae Saunders; Two Sons-In-Law: Insp. Roderick McKenzie and Pastor Keith Saunders; One Daughter-In-Law: Simone Symonette; Eleven Grandchildren: Brenton Jr., Brandon and Bethany Charlton; Johnathan, Roderick Jr. and Jakeh McKenzie, Arielle and Ashlee Saunders; Alexandria, Michael Jr. and Joshua Symonette; One Great Grandson: Caleb McKenzie; Siblings: Rev. Marietta Moss, Francina Johnson, Alice Ferguson, Dec. Hetcema Williams, Dec. Florrie Stevens, Alvena Beneby, Ellamae Ferguson, Geneva Lewis, Rev. John Symonette, Linrod Symonette of Miami Florida and Solomon Miller; Aunt: Hilda Johnson; In Laws: Edon Cassius Moss, Rev. Prenell Taylor, Min. Maxine Francita Brown, Rev. Elfreda Symonette, and Edney Hepburn; Nephews/Nieces: Evang. Pachley Forbes, Annamae Bain, Alerine Miller, Rev. Franklin & Lorenzo Moss, Stephanie & Karen Minns; Ralston Ferguson, Rev. Kingsley & Shervin Hanna; Capt. Kendal & Gregory Ingraham; Joel Miller, Edith Rolle, Ethel Barr; Viola Beneby, Evang. Carolyn, Sandra, Igalee, Barbara, Rodger, and Lernis Miller, Apostle Dorinda Dean, Drendal Stevens, Rev. Juanita Ingraham, , Bettyann Grant, Evang. Lillymae Longley, Min. Lydia Stewart, Dec. Lorenzo, Evan. Alexcenah, Barbara, Jerome, Coramae, Cornelius, Marva, Paulette, Debbie, and Bradford Symonette; Hurias Williams, Sylvia Mayes, Patrice Symonette, Daydon Butler, Darnell Bostfield, Alvena Johnson, Vincent, Winston, Donald & George Jr. Symonette, Sharon Lewis, Maryann, Sherline Quant, Angela, Paul Lewis, Palmela, Renna, Kriston & Linrod II Symonette, Karen Bastian, Dellareece Whylly & Raymond Taylor, Lyndon & Rochelle Johnson-Taylor, Shavonne Taylor, Peter, James, Trevor, Audrey, Evan. Ingrid, and John Brown; Florence Charlton, Jackie Sturrup, Ezra, Trevor, and Shantell Hepburn; Sons/Daughters In The Gospel: Rev. Caroll Rolle; Rev. Stanmitz Butler; Rev. Phillip Williamson; Rev. Christopher Smith; Bishop Trevor Williamson; Prophet Adlington Rolle; Rev. Ricardo Symonette; Rev. Jeffery Deleveaux; Pastor Celeste Michel; Special Friends and Associates: Rev. Matthias Munroe, Rev. Dr. Charles Culmer; Rev. Lockwood Deleveaux; Rev. Stanley Ferguson; Bishop Wilshire Smith; Prophet Derrick Bastian; Rev. Lukins; Rev Olvi Louis; Rev Wesley Ferguson; Rev William Ewing; Rev. Lloyd Smith, Rev. Dr. Reuben Cooper; Ronald Miller, Rev. Carol Rolle, Rev. Newton Williamson, Rev. Evangeline Beneby; Rev. Randolph Beneby; Rev Randolph Deleveaux; Rev. King Williamson, Rev. Ozel Miller; Rev. Dr. Carolyn Rolle; Rev. Bradick Cleare; Rev. Arthur Edwards; Dr. Thomas Rolle; and Rev. Dr. Samuel Saunders. Other Relatives and Friends Including: Antionette Symonette, Michelle Munroe, Brenton Charlton Sr., Claudimae Symonette Hepburn, Wilfred Adderley, Warren "Doc" Thompson, Elton Johnson, Leroy Williams, Bishop Harry Collie, Victoria  and Pandora Thompson, Lerlene Collie, Marjorie Collie, Stacy Symonette, Rev. Ranford Patterson and The Bahamas Christian Council, Rev. Dr. Anthony Carrol and The National Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention, Rev. Charles Culmer and The Morning Star Baptist Association, Bishop Neil Ellis and The Full Gospel Fellowship of Churches, The Ebenezer Fellowship of Churches, The Ebenezer Burial Society, The Acklins Trade and Development Association, The Boat Owners Association, Swami and the Yoga Retreat Paradise Island, Rev. Milton Pierce and Burnette Baptist Church and Greater Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Detroit Michigan, Rev. Ricardo Symonette and Freedom Temple family, Miami, Florida; Superintendent John Lee and Miracle Temple Family Mt. Pleasant Florida; Rev. Joseph Wright and Jerusalem Baptist Church, Tallahassee Florida; Rev. Bert Gary and Owl Rock United Methodist Church, Atlanta Georgia; Rev. Basil Strachan and Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Conch Sound Andros; Apostle Rodney Roberts, Rev. Christopher Roberts, The entire membership of the Ebenezer Mission Baptist Evangelistic Church, Dr. Fredrick Smith and Team, nurses of Private Surgical Ward of the Princess Margaret Hospital; And other family members and friends too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at the Baptist National Convention Centre, Baillou Hill Road on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Saturday at Bethel Brothers Morticians, Nassau Street from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Sunday at the Church from 12:00 noon until service time.

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Movie
Dinner for Schmucks
  • Genre : Comedy
  • Rating : T - 15yrs and Older

Tim (Rudd) is a rising executive who "succeeds" in finding the perfect guest, IRS employee Barry (Carell), for his boss's monthly event, a so-called "dinner for idiots," which offers certain advantages to the exec who shows up with the biggest buffoo...


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April 26, 2012
Indiana Indi Latoya Major, 38

Funeral service for Indiana "Indi" Latoya Major, 38 yrs., a resident of Spruce Street, Nassau Village, who died on 19th April, 2012, will be held at Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church, Yamacraw Hill Road, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Samuel R. Greene, Rev. Byron Bain, Rev. Patricia Smith, Rev. Pauline Cox Rolle, Rev. Jarred Gardiner & other Ministers of the Gospel. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Memories will forever linger in the hearts of:
Daughter & Son: Samantha & Sario Rolle
Mother: Dale Dianne "Kitty" Major 
Father: Rolston Anthony "RAM" Major
Sisters: Sharvonne Nottage & Monique "Nikki" Smith 
Brother: Stephen Nottage
Grandmother: Mary Armbrister
Grandfather: Edward Thompson
Aunts: Linda Thompson, Fritztine Swan, Angela Rolle, Curlene Forbes, Merilee Braynen-Symonette, Stephanie & Gwen Braynen, Williamae Braynen, Audrey Dean, Greta Armbrister, Lakera Thompson, Loretta & Prescola Coakley, Sheila Toussaint, Florene Newton, Valderine Bodie, Emmaline Curtis, Margaret Major, Elcine Thompson & Denise Major
Uncles: Carl & Michael Armbrister, Teddie & Eddie Thompson, Admiral Forbes, Michael Rolle, Vivian Coakley, Michael & Leslie Major and Garnet Thompson
Sister-In-Law: Melva Nottage
Brother-In-Law: Marcion Nottage
Neices: Javaine Smith, Rishea Pinder, Marcia Nottage, Jayla, Stevana & Lawran Nottage, Sophia Seymour, Sharell Edwards, Deshae, Anita, Amber & Allicia Rolle
Nephews: Marciano Nottage, Michael Reckley, Leroy Nottage, Lindon Wallace, Lamond Edwards, Desmond, Michael Rolle, Jr., Michael & Brandon Armbrister
Numerous Cousins including: Tia, Tajmon & Ta'Kai, Sierra, Lonte, Xzavier & Alliyah Thompson, Aubrecia & Akeem Moxey, Brendicka & Kyle Braynen, Joycelyn Cartwright & Famiy, Blanche Thurston & Family, Barbara Rodgers & Family, Harry Knowles & Famiy, Godrey Sweeting & Famiy, Margaret & Granvile Sweeting and Mr. & Mrs. Constance Knight & Family
Godmother: Mizpah Darville
Godchildren: Dayshon, Savannah & Alena & Brian Jr.
Adopted Mothers: Raphaelita Jones & Dianne Brennen
Stepmother: Jacinta White
Stepsons: Raymond Russell, Jamal Moxey, Rashad Richardson & Kenny Hart
Adopted Grandfather: Gladstone Braynen, Sr.
Adopted Sisters: Dr. Nina Thompson, Natassia Mortimer, Shakera & Sanan Jones Terell Brown, Christine Symonette, Charlene Smith, Audrey Gaitor, Jackie Adderley, T'Rez Hepburn, Jackie Moxey, Sheena Dawkins, Shavana Moxey, Lorna Pinder, Shelly, Patrice, Rose Miller
Adopted Brothers: Kevin Moxey, Dwayne Brown
Special Friend: Kevie Miller
Other Relatives & Friends: Perry & Chizelle Whyms, Bobby Miller & the Gang, Roscoe Thompson, Michelle Butler & Family, Scotty McKenzie, Stephen Bethel & Family, Irvin Smith & Family, Sheldon Knowles & Family, Troy Knowles & Family, Lourawls Nairn, Judy, Basil, Torrien Farrington & Dellie "Lady Farrington", Carolyn Hanna, Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas McKinney, Jermaine "Punta" Dean, Gregory Jones, Georgiemae Russell & Family, Pauline Ferguson, Wenzel Davis & Family, Joy Brown, Sheilamae & Desmond Davis, Alvarez Whitfield & Family, Dorothy Gilbert & Family, Deloris Braynen & Family, Armbrister Family, Drs. Dorsette & John Neely, Staff of Accident & Emergency, Staff of Female Surgical I especially Nurses S. Darling and Sands, Staff Oncology especially Dr. Turnquest and Nurse Khalfani of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Dr. Williamson Chea, A. F Adderley Graduating Class of 1991, Seaside Buffet Staff, Diane, Sophie McKenzie, Sara Wright, Ingrid Dean, Sherilyn & Famiy, Charmaine Deveaux, Sonia Brown, Shauna Seymour, Management & Staff of the Crystal Palace Hotel, Samuel Rolle & Family, Una Gilbert, Omar Fawkes & Family, Bishop Samuel Greene, Officers & Members Zion Yamacraw Church, All Saints Usher Board & Parish Family, Diamond & The Crew, Spruce Street & Thatch Palm Avenue, Pinewood Gardens Family. Other relatives and friends too numerous to mentionFriends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

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April 26, 2012
Ethelyn Elizabeth Johnson, 90

Funeral service for Ethelyn Elizabeth Johnson, 90 yrs., a resident of #8 Nola Circle, Belair & formerly of Buckley's, Long Island, who died on 20th April, 2012, will be held at St. Barnabas Anglican Church, Wulff Road & Blue Hill Road, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Canon Basil Tynes. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Left to cherish her memories are:
Her Children: Evangelist Velma Johnson, Nurse Sandra Johnson, Dr. Dexter (Michelle) Johnson, Lyn, and Camille Johnson

Stepchildren: Leotha Miller ( & Family), George Johnson ( & Family)

Grandchildren: Derron Johnson, Miguel (Rita) Knowles, Major Adrian (Mirrie) Bryan; Aria (Ted) St. Louise, Amanda Gardiner, Dr. Dexter (Nathalie) Johnson Jr., Lydia and Dominque Johnson; Tereno, Renaldo and Drashad Johnson; Christophe, Christi and Christiaan Cartwright.

Great Grand Children: Private Samantha Bryan (US Army), Adrian Jr., Jacqueline, Tristan and Zoe Bryan; Nia McClaean and Alexis Gardiner; Aalijah Johnson.

Sisters: Evelyn Knowles-Cooper and Althea Knowles

One Brother: Robert Knowles

One Brother-in-law: Arthward Cooper

Nieces: Georgina Johnson, Rosemary Stuart, Martha Ferguson, Naomi Johnson, Theresa Knowles-Thompson (Reuben), Dornell Whylly-Albury (Roland), Diana (Zurline) Knowles; Grace Rolle; Gillian (Morris) Jones, Anishka (Mark) Cooke, Astrid (Lynden) Tinker, Linda (Vernal) Collie, Stephanie Pinder, Judy Stubbs; Genesta (Johnanthan) Williams, and Debbie McCoy; Williamae Dockins & Family.

Nephews: Glen Collie, Van Johnson; Alkick Walkes, Ashton (Ratio) Glass; Patrick, Charles, Raymond and Walter Knowles; Fr. Rudolph (Mary) Cooper, Archdeacon Kingsley (Sandra) Knowles, Tony (Maureen) Cooper, Charles Cooper, Kelvin Cooper; Gregory, Kendal and Roger Knowles
Numerous Other relatives including: Hon. Franka (Ashleigh)Bernadine; Mrs. Doris Cargill & Family, Mrs. Olga (Fr. Gilbert Arthur )Thompson & Family; Mrs. Erma Saunders & Family, Winston Major & Family, Franklyn (Marilyn) Major & Family; Mrs. Mary (Alpin) Russell & Family; William (Tudor) Cleare; the Major, the Knowles, the Collie, & the Johnson Families.

Special Friends including: Mrs. Pearl Quentine Huyler Strachan, Mrs. Susan Sears Rolle, Eric and Susan Hepburn, Judy Cole, Nurse Susie Mae Lockhart, Mrs. Andrea Adderley, Mrs. Shirley Brennen, Nurse Shirley Smith, Mrs. Richards, Mr. & Mrs. White, Mrs. Bevans, Marcia Wilson, Mr. Junior Mackey, Daisy & Leroy Ferguson, Rev. Fr. Athma Buhdu, Mrs. Edna Barrow, Mrs. Ruby Byer, Roosevelt, Eileen Alexis & Family, Ms. Shirley Strachan, Mrs. Patrona Major, Mrs. Agnes Cartwright, Rev Ornan & Mrs. Johnson; Mrs. Betty Poitier & Family, Rev. Roslind Missick & Family; Egbert & Rev. Doris Stockdale & Family, Rev. Nell Bodie & Family, The Williams Family, Harewood Sinclair Higgs & Family; Mrs. Elaine Williams & Family; Dr. Ada Thompson, Dr. Adrian Sawyer, Dr. James McCartney; Alfreda Sears & Family; Cannon Basil Tynes, Fr. Roderick Bain; Fr. Joseph & Mary Micklewhite.
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.

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Movie
R.I.P.D.
  • Genre : Action, Comedy, Crime, Fantasy
  • Rating : C - 18yrs and Older

A recently slain cop joins a team of undead police officers working for the Rest in Peace Department and tries to find the man who murdered him....


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July 30, 2014
Shaunae seventh in final LaToy, Chris through to men's 400m final

Shaunae Miller certainly didn't have one of her better races at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland, on Tuesday, as she faded to seventh in her specialty.
The Bahamian junior national record holder and global superstar is coming off a severe hamstring injury, which might have hindered her progress. Running out of lane seven in the final last night, she just didn't have the steam to keep up with some of the world's best female quarter-milers, as day six of the 20th Commonwealth Games concluded in Glasgow.
Miller ran a subpar 53.08 seconds, after qualifying in 51.58. It was a Jamaican 1-2-3 sweep that took the event by storm.
Stephanie McPherson was first in 50.67 seconds, Novlene Williams-Mills settled for the silver medal in 50.86 seconds and Christine Day took the bronze in 51.09 seconds, coming back to beat defending champion Amantle Montsho, of Botswana, who ran 51.10 seconds for fourth.
The Bahamas will have another shot to go after quarter-mile gold when the men take to the track this evening in Glasgow.
LaToy Williams was an automatic qualifier, finishing second in his semi-final heat, in 45.44 seconds; Chris Brown had to wait to see if he would get in, but qualified on time, finishing third in his heat in 45.55 seconds. The final, which will feature three Trinidadians and two Bahamians, will be run at 8:30 p.m. tonight in Glasgow, 3:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST). Brown will run out of lane one, and Williams will run out of lane eight.
Also on the track yesterday, Dennis Bain was seventh in his heat of the men's 110m hurdles in 14.21 seconds, and failed to move on to the final. He finished 18th overall.
In the women's 400m hurdles, Katrina Seymour was sixth in her heat in 1:01.34; she failed to move on to the final. She finished 19th overall.
In the men's long jump, Raymond Higgs posted a best jump of 7.61m (24' 11-3/4"), and Leevan "Superman" Sands had a best jump of 7.48m (24' 6-1/2"), but both failed to make the final. Higgs barely missed qualifying, finishing 13th overall, and Sands was 15th. Only the 12 best jumpers advanced to the final. Higgs actually had the exact mark as the 12th best jumper, Tera Kiplangat of Kenya, but Higgs lost out on the tiebreaker, as his second best jump wasn't as good as Kiplangat's second best jump.
In swimming, teenager Joanna Evans finished second in her heat of the 800m free, in 4:17.81, but failed to qualify for the final. She was about a half a second off her national record time of 4:17.29, which was done here in New Providence in March this year. Evans, who has already established two national records at this year's Commonwealth Games, finished 16th overall, and brought the swimming portion of the games to a close for Team Bahamas.
The boxing segment of the games also came to a close for Team Bahamas yesterday, as super heavyweight Keishno Major lost a unanimous decision to Joseph Goodall, of Australia. Each of the three judges scored the quarter-final fight, 30-26, in favor of Goodall.
The Bahamas' sole wrestler also saw action yesterday. Rashji Mackey made history by becoming the first wrestler from The Bahamas to compete in a Commonwealth Games, but his time on the mat was short-lived, as he suffered a convincing loss to South African Gerald Meyer. Meyer shut out Mackey in the 74 kilogram class fight, winning 10-0 on points, at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre. He was declared a winner of great superiority on the meet's website.
The Bahamas will see action in just athletics today.
Tamara Myers will be the 13th jumper in Group 'A' of the women's long jump qualifying competition, and Bianca "BB" Stuart will be the fifth jumper in Group 'B'. Those groups will begin jumping at 10:05 a.m. in Glasgow, 5:05 a.m. here in The Bahamas. The 12 best jumpers will move on to the final.
Teray Smith will run out of lane eight in heat nine of the men's 200m, at 10:58 a.m. in Glasgow, 5:58 a.m. here in The Bahamas; Michael Mathieu will run out of lane five in heat 10 seven minutes later. Only the top two finishers in each heat and the next four fastest times move on to the semi-finals.
Jeffery Gibson will run out of lane four in heat two of the men's 400m hurdles at 11:36 a.m. in Glasgow, 6:36 a.m. here in The Bahamas. The top two in each heat and the next two fastest times move on to the final.
Also today, Teshon Adderley will run a member on her first senior national team, in the first round of the women's 800m. She will run out of lane two in the first of four first round heats at 12 noon in Glasgow, 7:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time.
As for the evening session in Glasgow, Ryan Ingraham and Donald Thomas will contest the men's high jump. Ingraham will be the third jumper, while Thomas, the defending champion, will jump seventh. That event will take place at 6:35 p.m. in Glasgow, 1:35 p.m. here in The Bahamas.
Following that for The Bahamas will be the men's 400m final at 3:30 p.m. local time, featuring Chris Brown and LaToy Williams. Finally on the track for The Bahamas today, Nivea Smith will contest the women's 200m. She will run out of lane five in heat four at 9:33 p.m. in Glasgow, 4:33 p.m. here in The Bahamas.

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