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Elizabeth Dorothy Stubbs, 85

Funeral service for Elizabeth Dorothy Stubbs, 85 yrs., a resident of Jerome & Edward Avenues, & formerly of Staniel Cay, Exuma, who died on 21st March, 2012, will be held at Evangelistic Temple, Collins Avenue, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Senior Pastor Gary Curry & Bishop John Davis Jr.. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Daughters: Sharon, Ann, Deborah and Stacy; sons: Michael, Phillip, Anthony, Brian, Wayne and Sidney; Adopted Children: Marco, Ethel, Delores, Brenda, Jerry, Hubert and Ritchie (Deceased); Son and daughters-in-law: Kevin, Adeltis, Sharon, Glenys, Latasha and Carolyn, Ena Stubbs; Grandchildren: Sherese, Kadesh, Keziah Glenardo, Shaneen, Shawell, Latanya, Dabron, Sophia, Michaella, Leshun, Sanchez, Philippa, Larry, Anthony Jr., Lathia, Latonya, Levanda, Saveion, D'wayne, Davaughn, Savannah, Malagros, Jordan, Wayne Jr., Sydney Jr., Shane, Anton, Marco Jr; Adopted grandchildren: Brenda, Ethnee, Ricardo, Edena, Stephanel, Demetrius, Wayde, Jerry Jr., Kendrick, Dedrick, Shareka, Lorna, Jerome, Viola, Aaron, Miriam, Jonathon, Gregory, Jason, Ritchie Jr. and Hubert Jr. Grandsons-in-law: Rodain Lamour, Jamal Baker and Dohn Knowles; granddaughters-in-law: Sue and Latonya; great granchildren: Rodain Jr., Roshaun, Roje, Joshua, D'Jonae, Dohn, Daniella, Dabron Jr., Anthony III, Trey, Travis, Tiana, Lena, December and Star; sisters: Barbara Hall, Anginette Walkine and Dillis Wilson; brothers: Basil and Jackson Miller; sister-in-law: Antonette Miller; nieces: Lavaughn Bland, Linda Bonimy, Charmine Hall, Annie Bridgewater, Vernice Walkine, Stacy Ann Walkine, Stephanie Rolle, Thelma Scott, Jasmine Bonimy and Angel Knowles; nephews: Stafford and Stephen Hall, Craig Walkine, Gregory Scott, Bervin Smith, Andre Johnson and Reginald Bonimy; cousins: Thelma Scott, Victoria and David Pratt, Vera and Frank Lafluer, Patsy Hamilton, Hazel Scott and Ruby Simmons of Pembroke Pines, Minister Natalie Stubbs, Louise Deleveaux of Orlando, Florida, Reta Evans, Catherine Darville, Bloneva, May and Buddy Miller, Nathaniel, Benson, Tony, Dwight, Cynthia, Keith, Lisa and Dwayne; caregivers: Ms. Janet and Ms. Carlene; other relatives & friends: Mrs. Betty Albury, Mrs. Sybilene Knowles & family, Ms. Theresa McQuay, Mr. Sandral Evans & family, Mr. Mervin Sweeting & family, the Finley family of West Palm Beach Florida, Ms. Brenda Brown, Mr. Christopher Wallace & family, Jason Hudson, Francisca Delva, Mrs. Eugenie Johnson & family, Mr. James Knowles & family, the Dunmore Street family, the Wilson family, Mr. Harry Wallace & famly of Edward Ave., Mrs. Bernadette Hemmings & family, Mrs. Catherine Collie & family, Mr. Abby Rigby & family, Paula Munroe, Sheila Brown & Norma Clarke & their families, Ms. Marrietta Wilmott & family, John Mumpetitte & family,Bishop John Davis Jr., & family, Bishop Michael Symonette & family, inisters Wives & Widows Association, Bahamas Mothers Club, the Dixie Church of God family, Evangelistic Temple family, Abundant Life family, Five Porches family, New Lively Hope family, Rev. Simeon Hall & family. Rev. Bobby Colebrook & family, Zion south Beach family, Ministry of Works Supplies Section, the Nurses at Princess Margaret Hospital Female Medical Ward #2, Dr. Arthur Clarke & family, Dr. Gertrude Holder, Dr. Tiadra Johnson & family, Dr. Gerrad Deveaux & family, Mrs. Theodora Fernander & family, Dr. Joseph at Princess Margaret Hospital, Baker family & many more, too much to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 3-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

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Ezra Eglon Ferguson, 24

Funeral Service for Ezra Eglon "Woopsy", "Pork Chop" Ferguson, age 24 years, of Cabbage Hill, Crooked Island, will be held on Friday, March 30, 2012 at 11:00 am.

Church: Holy Cross Anglican Church
Address: Highbury Park off Soldier Road
Officiating: Father John Kabiga
Interment: Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road
He is survived by his parents: Carl and Bloneva Ferguson of Cabbage Hill, Crooked Island; brother: Nehemiah Ferguson; sisters: Teora and Quitel Ferguson; grandmother: Rosemary Moss of Major's Cay, Crooked Island; sister-in-law: Kendera Ferguson; brother-in-law: Kamal Thompson; uncles: Habakkuk and Joseph Ferguson, Vincent Moss of Miami, Florida, Cpl 2241 Cyril Anthony Moss, Nelson and Deacon Darrel Moss; aunts: Christine Sweeting, Thelma Miller, Bernice Culmer, Rachel Gradolph, Patricia Jones, Annamae Richardson, Rowena Ferguson, Priscilla Farquharson and Daphne Cunningham; uncles-in-law: Franklyn Culmer, Robert Gradolph, Louis Sweeting, Joseph Jones, Robert Farquharson, Gerald Cunningham and Leroy Richardson; aunts-in-law: Sherry Ferguson, Denise, Caron, Joy and Shaketress Moss; grandaunts and granduncles: Julia Mills, Leroy Ferguson, Inez and Montgomery Johnson, Calvin Ferguson, Preston and Ralph Ferguson of Florida; cousins: Rashetta, Raquel and Marvin Strachan, Rendi Culmer, Tasha and Charles Ferguson, Sheila and Albury Major, Steve and Jonathan Miller, Melissa, Crystal, Tameka, Ramon, Stacey and Joseph Jones, Carolyn and Mario Lewis, Christina, Keith, Cindy, Kenrick, Kirk, Stacy and James Sweeting, Chrisanta and Terrell Hanna, Jason, Rhonda, Rubyan and Rosie Ferguson, Yvette Bethel, Jasmine, Malone, Cassandra, Avardo, Cheryl, Stephen, Michelle and Earle Ferguson, Crescelle and Rashad Farquharson, Tameka Richards, Shantelle and Valdez Ferguson, Ethan, Amya, Anthoniece, Anthonique, Sonjay and Israel Moss, Patrick, Alton, Andrew, Novus, Vanessa and Katrina Ferguson, Martine Hanna, the family of the late Hosea and Emily Ferguson, Khishlyne and Khalyne Johnson, Elroy, Danielle, Preston Jr., Ralph Jr. and Krystle Ferguson, Damien, Lahai, Antone Miller and the family of the late Leah Nottage; other relatives and friends including: Peter and Cylestina Williams, Diama Ramos, Barbara Gibson and Robert Gibson, Jason Deleveaux, Dennis, Valentino and Cpl 1460 Jerone Thompson and family, Huden and Jennamae, Leroy and Borice Clarke, Timothy and Glenda Thompson and family, David Cunningham, Deangello Knowles, Evelyn Ferguson and family, Sean Spencer, Pastor Linkwood Ferguson and family, Deacon Kermit Farquharson and family, Alphege and Nelson Ferguson, Luellen Farquharson and family, Pastor Dorcas and Stephanie Thompson and family, Evelyn Ferguson and family, Thirza Williams and family, Mrs. Alleset Deleveaux, Cleveland and Elizabeth Ferguson, Viola Cunningham and family, Kenneth and Ruth Farquharson and family, Enrico N. Wright, Father John and Eloise Kabiga and family of All Saints Anglican Church, Church Grove, staff of Thompson Trading, Nassau and Sun Shine Cruises, Water Sports at Atlantis, Paradise Island, the Class of 2005 Crooked Island High School, the Honorable V. Alfred Gray, M.P., MICAL Constituency and the entire community of Crooked Island.
FRIENDS MAY PAY THEIR RESPECTS AT ROCK OF AGES NORTH SIDE CREMATION CENTER ON THURSDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. AND AT THE CHURCH ON FRIDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

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Edna Pearline Missick, 57

Funeral service for Edna Pearline Missick, 57 yrs., a resident of #80 Crooked Island Street, who died on 6th April, 2012, will be held at Church of God of Prophecy East Street Tabernacle, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Rudolph V. Bowe, assisted by Pastor Drexel Gibson & Pastor Timothy Johnson. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Left to cherish her precious memories are:

 Three Beautiful Daughters: LaCricia, Rogjette and Erin Swain
 One Grandson: Davion Deveaux
 Adopted Children: Deveron Gibson, Shavaughn Major, Autumn Hamlett and Donathan Cox
 Sisters: Monica Delancy, Casandra Gardiner, Adele Gibson, Shirley Holmes, Ethelee Hart, Armeta Saunders
 Brothers: John-T, Joel, Pastor Walter, Joshua, Charles, and Jerome Missick
 Sisters-In-Law: Constance, Minister Janice, Levetus, Annarene and Fairlene Missick, Annamae Cornish
 Brothers-In-Law: Cecil Delancy, Errol Holmes and Everette Hart
 Aunts: Alice Walkine, Albertha Forbes, Roslyn and Anita Missick, Gernel Gray
Uncles: Peter Hall and Samuel Simmons

 Nieces and Nephews:Kelcine and Tyrone Williamson, Darnell Penn, Don, Dwayne and Noreen, Brandon and Tremeka, Sean and Karen, Karen and Delano Gardiner, Drs. Kendra and Darren Hall, Dervant Quant, Kenisha and Jason Cornish, Lemelle and Delon Kemp, Streisand, Errol Jr. and Stacia Holmes, Tchaikovsky, Arquiette and Azaria Saunders, Loriece Maycock, Torel and Giovanni Rigby, Felix, Ray, Cedric and Stacy, Kadrin and Kyle Delancy, Wayne and Dekira, Kenyon and Melody, Oralee, Barron and Karen, Errol, Lynden and Janice, Jaquell, Walter Jr., Janell, Jerome Jr., Joaquin, Koye, Justin, Jahmelia, Joshua Jr., Shanique, Sasha, Kristain, Rodell, Randell, Rondell and Ethan Missick Sherell, Shandera, Dale, Shantell, Don and Dusty Gibson, Judy Ferguson, Janice Saunders,Christine Clarke, Devie Forbes, Monique and Shanique Missick, Sabrina and Vanessa Cornish
 Cousins: Sandin, Rufus, William, Andrew, Craig, Dwight, Novial, LLewelyn, Carl, Edward Jr., Andrew, Shon, Calvin Jr. Edward, Ervin, Eustace, Tony, Wesley, Clinton, George, Daniel, Linville, Deno, Mario, Leon,Terrance, Williard, Sonny, Orthneil, William, Samuel Jeremiah Jr., Charlton, Stanley, Yvette, Inez, Carolyn and Lewis, Pearline, Vanis, Alice, Roselyn, Edna,Penditter, Lucille, Elizabeth, Naomi, Dafedell, Dorcas, Dellarese, Equiana, La-Jelpha, La-Tique, Willissa, Tavanaye, Vonita and Burton, Karen, Stephanie, Monique, Andrea, Michelle, Sharon, Jackie, Monique, Doretha, Beatrice, Glenda, Val, Donalee, Lorraine, Samantha, Lillian, Georgina, Nicole, Evelyn, Carabell, Geneva, Antoine, Linda, Annie, Nancy, Mary Sherry, Shirleymae, Shena, Evamae, Brenda, Princess, Edith, Eva, Angela, Kathy, Helen, Sylvia, Hazel and Naomi
Godchildren: Gardenia, Talisa, Judiah, Robert, Shonell, Randell, Teran, Tamicka, Tanisha

 Extended Family and Friends: Brenda Hall, Delores Lightbourne, Beverly Rolle, Carnillda Outten, Patrina Johnson, Alecia Adams, Byron Outten, George Henfield, Isula Henfield, Sherry Turnquest, Dellarese Williams, Audrey Farquharson, Leroy and Roslyn Lightbourne, Carolee Wilson, Violet Thompson, Daisy Thompson, Lynn Delancy, Loraine Edgecombe, Sandra Johnson, Helen, Mildred and Robert, Charis, Kristen and Robynn Johnson, Leon and Romona Wilson and family, Simone and Samara Beneby, Ida Curry and family, Marsha Missick, Jan Knowles, Rodella Nairn, Maxine King-Livingston, Aloma Miller, Ruth Saunders, Altamese Hall, Glenda Wildgoose, Doris (Texas), Madline Davis, Eleanor Hepburn, Ms. Irris, Pastor Shirley Smith, Punchetta Saunders, Aremilda Delancy and family, Louise Stubbs and family, Melanie King, Italia Clarke, Dorina Collie, Sandra Laing, Kay Wilson, Colliemae Ferguson, Judy Curry, Judy Plakaris, Bishop Rudolph V. Bowe and family, Bishop Joseph M. Swann and family, Bishop Ghaly Swann and family, Bishop Nelson and Sis. Maud Ferguson and family, Pastor Drexel Gibson and family, Pastor Timothy Johnson and family, Pastor Randolph Curtis and family, Deangelo Ferguson, Ruthmae Seymour and family, Eartha Pyfrom and family, Eulease Beneby and family, Michael Swann, Marilyn Lightbourne and family, Dorrit Grant and family, Lesley Albury and family, Iva Williams and family, George and Esther Hall, Elizabeth Keju, the Smith, Nairn, Longley, King, Hall, Curry, Delancy, Wood, Young, Taylor, Henfield, Kemp, Clyde, Pratt, Gardiner and Rigby families, Prince King Jr. and family, Nicarrah White, The Church of God of Prophecy Englerston family, Vanria and staff at Shannon's Beauty Salon, the staff at Princess Margaret Hospital, Nurses Williams, Cox and Nortelus, the staff at Clinica Garcia in Cuba especially Anya and Mileybis, Jocelyn, Sylvia, Dina and Ambrose, the staff at Simply Better Catering, the staff at Cable Bahamas and the staff at Commonwealth Bank and Anatol Rodgers High School. A host of other relatives and friends too many too 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.

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Rebecca Patricia Lee Johnson Patsy, 73

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.

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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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Nathaniel Curtis, 67

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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Cuthbert Trevor Grant, 77

Funeral Service for the Late Cuthbert Trevor Grant, 77 years of Palmetto Village, and Formerly of St. Joseph Parish, Barbados, will be held on Saturday April 21st, 11:00 a.m. at Christ Church Cathedral, George Street. Rev'd. Fr. Colin Humes assisted by other ministers of the Gospel will officiate.  Cremation will follow.
Trevor is survived by his Children: Angela Hill-Griffin (Barbados), Erika Brown, Treva, Paul and Angela Grant; Son-in-law:Julian Brown Sr.; Step-mother: Emma Craig (USA); Brothers: Lionel Craig (Barbados), Colin (Pat) and Geoffrey Craig (USA); Sisters: Sheila Smith (Bobby) (USA), Cecile Chiddenton (Bob) (Canada), Peggy Calley (Tom) (Canada), Betty Mitchell (USA); Grandchildren: Phylicia Allen, Renate Munroe, Natasha, Reno and Julian Brown and Lauryn and Yasmine Grant; Aunts: Edna Callender, Lucille Parris, Emma Bailey (USA) and Claire Grant (Barbados); Sisters-in-law: Beryl Dillett, Patricia Bethell, the Reverend Laurie Patricia Bethell, Anita Allen, Stephanie Dean; Brothers -in- law: Edward Bethell, George Bethell, Algernon Allen Sr., Jonathan Dean; Nieces: Simone Michel, Kim Cooper (Clinton Sr.), Tammy Williams (Russell), Lisa Bethell, Aliya Allen, Amil Allen, Gian and Jonelle Dean, Celeste Carr,and Rachel Vaughn; Nephews: Craig Bethell, Trevor Bethell (Christina), Karl Duwayne Dillett (Esther), Dr. John Dillett, Algernon Allen Jr., Dr. Antoine Allen, Craig Chiddenton, Sean Chiddenton, Trevor Calley, Brian Calley, Daniel Vaughn, Christopher Vaughn, Ryan Craig, Robert Smith, Colin Smith and Basil Smith; Cousins: Michael Callender, Angela Mayers, Jeffrey Parris, Lisa Callender, Hazel-Ann Dunbar,  Peggy Holder-Jones (USA), David Grant ( Canada), Norman Grant, Cheryl, Janice, Yvette and Hanif Sealy, Bernadine Lewis, Pamela Holder, Sandra Forde (Barbados); Grandnephews: Karl Duwayne Dillett, Danny and Anthony Michel, Amarri Bethell, Clinton Cooper Jr., Dillon Dean and Zachary Allen; Grandnieces: Pascalle Dillett, Briana, Cadja Bethell, Cindy Cooper, Adia Bethell and Aliya Dillett. The St. Michael's Scottish Masonic Rite especially Sydney Whitfield; Care-giver:Nurse Stephen Clarke; Foster sons: Edgebert and Adolph Tinker; Special Friends: Mrs. Milan Gittens, Judy Munroe, Earl Thompson, Joy Stubbs, Faye Gibson- Callender, Gene and Emerson Haynes, Carlton Jones, Rawle Maynard and members of the Barbadian- Bahamian Association, George and Sonia Watson, Vanessa Lightbourn, Harriet Outten, Karl Strakker and many other relatives and friends.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #34 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. There will be No Viewing at the Cathedral.
In Lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Downs Syndrome Association, P.O. Box 13207, Nassau Bahamas, or to account 289704-9 at the Royal Bank of Canada, Palmdale Branch.

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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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Study estimates high percentage of illegal gun possession

More than 80 percent of the guns in The Bahamas that should be licensed are kept illegally, a study on guns in the country has estimated."It appears that the majority of firearms are kept in breach of licenses. Even if the firearm is licensed, if its primary purpose is not for hunting, as in the case of shotguns and rifles, then the firearm is being kept in breach of its permit,"said the study, which is the second of a three-part study on guns in the country.

The research, which was presented on Thursday at The College of The Bahamas'Violence Symposium, examined the types of guns owned and used by 238 residents of The Bahamas.

Overall, of the weapons--25 rifles, 31 handguns, and 182 shotguns--82.8 percent were kept illegally.

The study shows thatâEUR^68 percent of the rifles, 96.8 percent of the handguns and 82.4 percent of the shotguns were kept illegally.

The report notes that the law requires all firearms to be licensed and states that firearms must be kept unloaded and in a locked safe when not in use.

However, the data collected during the study indicates that firearms were kept in a diverse selection of places around the home, in vehicles and hidden outside the home.

Bedrooms and closets were popular places for storing firearms. These places are consistent with easy access in case of the need to protect the home as opposed to the hunting purposes which they were licensed for, the study notes.

The study reveals that almost 30 percent of the firearms were kept loaded, and 18.1 percent of respondents were not sure if the firearm was kept loaded, thus the percentage could be as high as 47.5 percent.

"The data above indicates that many guns were not kept in a safe, or even under lock and key or unloaded when not in use,"it says.

"When consideration was made as to whether or not the weapon was (a) licensed, (b) kept under lock and key and (c) kept unloaded and (d) kept primarily for hunting, the majority of rifles and shotguns were also being kept illegally," the study notes.

In 2010, Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade revealed that there were 15,545 licensed shotguns and 1,565 rifles. He did not provide statistics on the number of handguns. However, based on the calculation in the study there could be up to 3,000 such firearms.

"We note that 13 percent of the guns in our sample were handguns as opposed to 10.5 percent which were rifles and 76.5 percent which were shotguns," the study says.

"If the figure of 10.5 percent corresponds to the number of rifles (1,565), and the 76.5 percent corresponds to the number of shotguns, then we can estimate the handgun population to be between 2,000 and 3,000, taking into account that not all rifles and shotguns are licensed.

"As would be expected, none of the handguns were used for hunting, and so points to the fact that these guns are exclusively used to protect the owner, his or her family and possessions, and/or may even be used in criminal activities."

The study suggests that guns that are kept illegally should be confiscated or the premises where the guns are stored need to be inspected to ensure that the weapons are safely kept.

"It is apparent that the present situation is contradictory," the study says.

"Many people are keeping weapons in breach of the law because the crime rate has become such that non-criminal citizens feel they must own a gun for their and their family's own protection, thus the debate ensues regarding whether there should be legalization of gun ownership for self-protection."

COB Professors Dr. Marie Carroll, Dr. Shane Brennen and Dr. Stephanie Hutcheson conducted the research.

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