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Funeral Service for the late Kent Macastro Forbes Sr. affectionately called "Drinks" age 51 years of Alexander Blvd., Nassau Village who died at the Princess Margaret Hospital on Saturday March 24th, 2012 will be held on Monday April 2, 2012 at 2:00pm at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Cathedral, West Street. Officiating will be Father Glen C. Nixon. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Solider Road.
Left to cherish his memories, his loving Wife: Stephanie Forbes; Daughter: Kenique Forbes; Sons: Dino, Kent jr, Kenron and Kentico Forbes; Daughter-in-law: Sandra Huyler; Parents: Paul and Maria Forbes; Sisters: Deserine Leverity, Marice Josey, Yvonne Minnis, Carmel Handfield (of Turks & Caicios), Meryl, Sheryl and Sharon Forbes; Brothers: Truman, Wade and Clayton Forbes (of Miami FL); Farther-in-law: Basily Huyler; Sister-in-law: Gweneth Barr, Lavern Bostwick, Daphne Huyler and Tina Knowles, Edna, Ida and Josephine Forbes; Brother-in-law: Lowell, Nicholas, Patrick and Bernard Huyler; Donald Barr, Terrance Josey, Hulin Minnis and Vernard Handfield; Aunts: Zorozyn, Wring and Florinda Williams, Suliee Anderson and Vinis Reckley (of San Salvador), Yvonne King (of Hollywood FL), Doris, Pricika and Tholma Forbes (of New York); Uncles: Wilfred and Bertram Forbes, Milton Wring and John Anderson (of San Salvador); Aunts-in-law: Dorothea Butler, Beryl Clark; Nieces & Nephews: Damien Barr Jr, Damari Barr Jr, Jamaine, Shakera, Hanna, Oliva, Angelo, Diedre and Donny Barr, Haille and Arthur Bostwick Jr. Debaro and Brandon Huyler, Michael Culmer, Loretta, Claudette and Dominic Huyler, Katrinka Mackey, Anishka, Terice, Ashonque, Lanique, Huvonnya, Verneicia, Choyenne Nadia, Mia, Earlisla, Felecia, Taway and Javay Forbes, P.C. 2731 Leverity, Jamal and Terrance Josey, Lavon, Danta, Kenio, Wade jr, Reno, Samuel, Vernardo Jr., Lawade Forbes; Nephew-in-law: Justin Greene, P.C. 3046 Mackey; Niece-in-law: Achara Forbes; God Children: Jennie Seymour, Keyanna Moss, Lacey & Kahden Huyler; a Host of Other Relatives & Friends Including: Arrizen & Kallen Davis (Adopted Sons), Dwayne Dean & Family, Higgs & Family, Anthony, Bail, Valentine, Lopez, Eureston & Alva Huyler, Sherry Rolle & Family, Bernard Davis & Family, Timothy Newbold & Family, Island Hyacinthe, Thelma Walkes & Family Linda Dagama & Family, The Butler Family, The Bullard, Marguerite Willson & Family, Ducke & Erma Stubbs, Antoinette Woodside & Family, Higgs Limo & Family, The Sturrup Family, Andy Culmer & Family, Lillian Smith & Family, Junior Kemp & Family, Stephanie Smith & Family, Philippa Willie & Family, Melinda Knowles, Harrison Williams & Family, Ivey Dean & Family, The Sanders Family, The Clark Family, The Lowe Family, Lorrie & Family, Irene & Family, The Gilbert Family, The Lightfoot Family, The Storr Family, Vigic & Family, Beverly & Family, Linda Tinker & Family, The Dozer, Slow Players, Old Timers & The Masters Soft Ball Teams, Ministry of Public Works & Transport Family, BahaMix Family, Dean & Associates Professional Insurance Agents & Brokers, Our Lady of the Holy Souls Family, St. Francis Xavier Cathedral Family, The Yellow Elder, Nassau Village Community.
Viewing will be held in the Celestial Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads on Sunday from 9:00am to 5:00pm and at the church on Monday from 12:30pm until service time.
Funeral Service for Derek William Moultrie, 61, a resident of Thompson Court, Oakes Field will be held on Saturday, March 31st, 2012, 10am at Rhodes Memorial Methodist Church, Mount Rose Avenue. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Kennith Huggins assisted by Rev. Claire Robinson. Interment will follow in the Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery East, Shirley Street.
He is survived by his children, Deon and Dereka Moultrie; grandchildren, Keshawn, Melike and Dawson Moultrie; mother, Ruth Cooper Johnson; sisters, Ingrid Moultrie-Moncur, Sharon Moultrie-Ferguson and Stephanie Moultrie; brothers: Kermit Moultri, Christopher Moultri and Franklyn Andre Moultrie; nieces, Keshlia Moncur-Milton, Nasiya Keisha Fe ...
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.
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.
- 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...
Funeral service for Sister Bernice "B.K./ Mama" Kelly, 84 yrs., a resident of #2 Golden Gates & formerly of Port Nelson, Rum Cay who died on 23rd March, 2012, will be held at The New Bethlehem Baptist Church, Independence Drive, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Everette J. Brown, assisted by Rev. Tyrone Laing, Rev. Joseph Saunders & other Ministers of the Church. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens.Precious memories will live forever in the hearts of her: Daughters: Terricita Strachan of Rum Cay, Dorothy Cooper Knowles and Suzette Minns of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Stephanie Cooper and Florence Kelly Kemp; Sons: Ellsworth McKenzie, Maverick Kelly of Nova Scotia, Canada, and Denrod Kelly, Sr. of Freeport, Grand Bahama; Grandchildren: Talia, Jamaal Sr, Andre, DeAndre, Steve, Shandika, Omri, Davori, Latrell, Valdez, Sasha, Denrod Jr., Ethan, Sarah, Abagale, Ellycyn, Vanessa, Latoya, Shelia, Harcourt, Jefferson, Rubin, Ann, Dr. Larissa Johnson; Great-Grandchildren: Jamaal Jr, Jasmine, Shantae, Jameko, Omar, Justin, Aston, D'Vaughn, Rubin Jr, Elyssa, Caitlyn and Casey; Stepdaughters: Pauline Nairn and Rowena Albury; Adopted Daughter: Vernita Johnson; Adopted Sons: Arnold and Joseph Cooper and Frankie Claude. Sisters: Nora Pinder, Ettamae Major and Charlotte Kelly. Brother: Wellington Kelly; Sister-in-law: Phyllis Kelly;Brother-in-law: Alonzo Major; Daughters-in-law: Cynthia McKenzie, Tracey and Stacey; Sons-in-law: Craig Kemp and Leroy Minns; Granddaughters-in-law: Gwendolyn, Lakeishia and Tamika; Nieces: Lena, Anita, Deborah, Debbie, Jacqueline, Joycelyn, Joanne, Michelle, Nicola, Makeba, Lashantia, Fanny, Spanky, Ruthmae, Tanya and Denise Clark;Nephews: Cornelius, Jerome, Oral, Grimick, Marvado, Kendal, Dwayne, Raymond, Christopher, Rodney and John;Cousins: Nurse Letitia and Donald Curry and Family; Franco Dorsett and Family; Numerous Relatives and Friends: Moses Deveaux, Pat Whitfield, Ellamae Ferguson, Inez Cooper, Errol Ferguson, Alice Inniss, Archie Nairn, Andrew Culmer, Rosie Baptiste, Hayward Hanna and Family, Carnetta Outten, Edward Rolle, Nurse McPhee, Sir Arlington and Lady Butler and Family, Catherine Johnson and Family, Mary St. Louis, Dellaresse Braynen, Claudette Sealy, Osheika Turnquest and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Hanna and Family, Mr. Leonard Knowles and Family, Ms. Mackey and Family, Stephen Williams and Family, Alexander Burns and Family, The New Bethlehem Baptist Church Family, Apostolic Church of Christ Family, Rev. Marina Sands and Family, Lawrence Burnside and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn and Family, Beryl Hanna and Family, Pearl Rahming and Family, Norma Gordon and Family, Glen Butler and Family, Minna Outten and Family, Bernard Pratt and Family, Julian and Candice Mackey, Theresa Wilmott and Family, Hon. Shane Gibson and Family, Shirley Josey and Family of Delray Beach.Fla., Mr. Baron Johnson and Family, Sharon and Walter Capron and Family, Oswald Rolle and Family, Natasha Russell and Family. 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.
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.
- 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....
The recognition of 17 members of staff, who have worked at Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) for more than 10 years, was the highlight of the school's recent annual Founder's Day Service.As it celebrated the past, school Principal Stacey Bobo told the students that they have much to look forward to in the future, including the expansion of the secondary school, the implementation of the Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program, a new website and learning management system, and in May, the graduation of their ninth senior class."Perhaps more importantly, we look forward to watching you, the students of LCIS continue to grow along with our school," said Bobo.She told the students that their teachers are responsible for educating, supporting, guiding and nurturing them, and that they in turn will become leaders of the next generation.Bobo thanked the LCIS staff for their hand in shaping the students. She told them that they met challenges with grace, embodied a positive spirit, helped the school achieve its goal and maintain its status as a premier educational institution.The staff honored included Dala Smith, who served as an instructional aide and library aide. Smith, the longest-serving employee of the school joined the school in 1989.Colleen Kemp was the only other 20-plus year recipient. She worked there for 24 years.Other honorees included Sharon Capron and Carole John (19 years), Monalisa Stuart (18 years), Wendy Pugh, Isadora Blyden, Tracey Farquharson, Stephanie Rolle and Craig Massey (17 years), Rose Taylor (15 years), Kym Scavella, Denize Markham, Kenya Colebrook, Lynden Taylor and Bathsheba Fernander (13 years) and Markso Almerus (11 years)."If Mr. [Edward Plunket] Taylor were here today, I think he would be extremely proud of how far our school has come and be delighted that our traditions have been firmly established in the hearts and minds of us all," said Bobo.LCIS was founded by Taylor in 1962 for children of employees and nearby residents in his property venture on the western side of New Providence. The initial enrollment was just nine students and two teachers. By 1981, the number of teachers matched the initial number of students, nine, and by then there were 147 students enrolled. The school undertook one of its biggest developments in 1993-1994 when it opened up the Early Learning Center, followed by an expansion to the elementary school. Between the years 1994-1997, the school increased its student body from 100 to over 200; the grade levels went from nursery to grade nine, and the staff number expanded from 16 to 30.Today LCIS's staff complement is 44 full-time teachers, 34 support staff and 345 students enrolled from Early Learning Center to twelfth grade. It received International School accreditation in 1998 and work was completed on the new secondary school building in 2003."Within our multi-cultural and multi-national environment, we endeavor to create an atmosphere in which curiosity and openness are the norm. Our commitment to excellence, projected through E.P. Taylor's vision, continues to evolve, ensuring that our students are provided the opportunities and resources to become life-long learners and internationally minded citizens," said Bobo.
- Genre : Comedy
- Rating : TBC - To Be Classified
In Manhattan, a mother of two preparing for her daughter's sixth birthday party has no idea of the challenges she's about to face in order to pull off the event....