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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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April 26, 2012
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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News Article

August 07, 2012
Pyfrom and Davis third overall in division

John Pyfrom and Leonardo Davis can now brag that they are among the best in the Americas region, after placing third in the 50th Annual Lee Evans Tournament of The Americas bowling championships.
Pyfrom and Davis were third overall in the adult men division, which was won by Andres Gomez and Manuel Otalora of Colombia. Coming in second was Arturo Hernandez and Eddy Antonio Fuentes of Venezuela. This was the highest placing for The Bahamas at the championships held at the Sawgrass Lanes in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The Bahamas was sixth overall in the senior division. The women had racked up 7,304 points and the men 8,539 points. A total of 3,997 points was scored on the first day of competition and 3,992 points on day two. When all the numbers were added together, The Bahamas had 23,832 points. The United States of America (USA) won the division followed by Mexico and Canada. More than 700 points had separated the winners and second place finishers, USA and Mexico who had scored 27,678 and 26,937 points respectively. Canada had a two-day total of 25,503 points.
Even though no females represented The Bahamas in the super senior division, the team still managed a sixth place finish overall. A final score of 12,241 points, 2,090 on day one and closed with 2,033 on the second day was accumulated. The top three, once again, was USA, Mexico and Canada.
After six rounds of play, The Bahamas had 3,805 points in the adults division. At the close, which included all 12 rounds, The Bahamas scored 8,154 points and placed eighth overall.
In the individual play, held earlier in the week, Cedric Beckles and Pyfrom were ranked in the top 30, in the adult men's division. Pyfrom had the better slating of the two at 26 and a score of 6,193 points. Beckles had added to his score of 3,910 points and closed with 5,930 points. The leader and division winner was Amleto Monacelli, of Venezuela, with 7,879 points. Americans Steven Smith and Jarret Mizo were second and third with 7,832 and 7,634 points respectively.
The Americans were out front in the women's division until Karen Marcano and Isabelle Rioux bowled a near prefect game to split the duo of Brenda Padilla and Tennelle Milligan.
Padilla held on and was crowned the winner with a 7,480 total, Marcano had 7,432 points and Rioux scored 7,296 points. Bahamians Michelle Lightbourne and Michelle Outten were listed 21 and 22 respectively. Lightbourne had a total of 5,529 points and Outten's score was 5,053 points.
Representing The Bahamas in the senior men's division are Earlin Bowe and Jethro Miller. A total of 6,160 points was scored by Bowe who was 14th while Miller had 6,025 points. The winner in this division was Arturo Hernandez, Brian Brazeau was second followed by Rogelio Felice of Venezuela.
Ranked 15th in the senior women is Marie Sealy and Stephanie Bowe was 17th. Sealy improved on her scoring in the remaining two sets of games. She closed with 5,174 points and Stephanie Bowe accumulated 5,317. The Bahamas was not represented in six divisions, these include the super senior women, the junior A and B men, junior A and B women divisions.

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Movie
The Sitter
  • Genre : Comedy
  • Rating : C - 18yrs and Older

A comedy about a college student on suspension who is coaxed into babysitting the kids next door, though he is fully unprepared for the wild night ahead of him....


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...


News Article

September 15, 2011
Bishop Edward Nathaniel Missick Sr. JP., 76

Last Rites & Memorial Tributes for the Late Bishop Edward Nathaniel Missick Sr. JP. Aged 76 years a resident of #18 First Holiness Way, Bamboo Town, Nassau, Bahamas, who passed away on 3rd September, 2011, will be held at First Holiness Church of God, First Holiness Way, Bamboo Town, on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.  Officiating will be Bishop Albert Hepburn, Rev. Dr. J. Carl Rahming, Bishop Ros Davis & Rev. Gregory A. Collie.  Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleum, J.F. K. Drive, Nassau, Bahamas.

Left to cherish his memories are his:
Faithful and devoted wife of 53 years, Roslyn Louise Missick

CHILDREN: Carl Missick Sr, Edward Missick Jr., Andrew  Missick Sr., Shon Missick & Patrick Johnson,  Karen Missick, Stephanie Collie, Monique Missick- Munroe, Michelle Lewis, Andrea Houston, Deborah Moxey-Rolle, Gloria,Moultrie, Vonita Cleare & Portia Johnson

GRAND DAUGHTERS:
Renishka, Karlyndria, Ashnell, Crystal, Laranda, Edvania, Abrille, Amba, Ariana, Kathryn-Ann, and Shawniqua  Missick, Evernique, Evaughnya, & Evante Munroe, Danielle  Walkine, Glodeika Moultrie, Michealla Lewis, Alicia Houston, Anthonette Cossio,

GRAND SONS:
Tavaree, Abiah, Carl Jr.,  & Andrew Jr. Missick, Robert, Darrington, Glenvino & Dovar Moultrie, Kirklyn Saunders Jr., Nakita Higgins, Pheron Collie, Frank Jr. & DeAundre Houston, Ricardo Rolle, Lathario Missick, Micheal Lewis Jr., Everone Munroe, Anthony Cossio, Alfred and Anthony Johnson, Aaron & Antonio

GREAT GRAND-CHILDREN
Tariq Forbes, Travon Palmer, Deyje Brown, Tyler Missick, Rashard Brown, Romel Johnson, Elijah, Damarius, & Glenvino Jr. Moutlrie, Manoah Walkine, Ty Poyotte, Claynique McDonald, Marvinette Davis & ReShea Brown, Darriana & Clarissa Moultrie,

DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW: Marsha, Sonia, Denise, & Nicole Missick

SONS-IN-LAWS: Rev. Gregory Collie, Frank Houston Sr., Everette Munroe, & Michael Lewis Sr.

BROTHER-IN-LAWS: Evang. Samuel Simmons, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Henry Williams, Provodenciales Turks & Caicos, & Garnet Duncombe

SISTERS-IN-LAWS: Anita Missick, Mazilee Forbes, and Majorie Simmons of Freeport, Grand Bahama. Louise Williams of Provodenciales, Turks & Caicos &  Enith Duncombe,

NIECES & NEPHEWS
Monica Delancey, Shirley[Errol] Holmes, Cassandra Gardiner, Adel Gibson, Ethelee[Everette]Hart, Edna Swan, Armeta Saunders, Evamae[Allan] Moxey, Brenda[Ashley] Cooper, Carol, Usilla, Lydia, Youlette, Barbara Missick, Vonita[Burton] Cleare, Mary Brown, Geneva[Oneal] Hall, Nancy[Nathan] Parker, Antione Hall, Linda[Henry] Romer, Raffletha Smith, Annie[Cleverson] Lightbourne, Helen Smith, Princess[Charlton] Gibson, Angela[Jerome] Francis, Katiemae[Wenzel]Deveaux, Edith Missick, Naomi  Hamilton, Sylvia Campbell, Hazel[Evanis] Alfonzo, Beatrice Pierre, Shirlymae Pitter, Sheryl Bastian, Melanie Darren]Haston, Selma[Stephen] Moore, Sheena Missick, Judy Missick, Dorinda[Buster] Been, Janet Duncombe, Daphane Duncombe, Emily Forbes, Geraldine Nawvaroo, Pamela Forbes, Beulah[Derek] Hamilton, Blossom Simon.
John, Walter[Janice], Joel[Constance], Joshua, Charles, Jerome[Queenie], Wesley[Erma], Leroy[Cecilia], McDonald[Essie], Tony[Alice], Kevin[Millie], Calvin Jr[Joyce], Matthew[Valarie], Ervin[Verona], Eustace[Patrina], George[Viola], Felix, Dino, Mario, Daniel, Jason, Linville, Randy & Bert[Louana] Missick, Llwellyn Simmons, Elikindro[Yohanny] Fleurisma, Novelle Smith, Leon[Vivilent] Campbell, Terrance Hamilton, Adrian Gibson, Kevin Morris, Arthur Morris, Gordon, Welly, Derek, Delroy and Albert Williams of Provodenciales Turks & Caicos Island,, Benjamin[Cecilia], Arthur, Bradley, and Ian Forbes, Perry, Nelson[Christine], Bradford, Craig and Trevor Duncombe.
143  Great Grand nieces including, Lemelle Kemp, Tia Holmes, Lacrissa Swan, Sheronne Brown,  Esther Hall, Della Rolle, Brenda Hall,
Rogette Swan, Erin Swan, Stacia Holmes

115 Great Grand Nephews, including, Barron Missick, Errol Missick, Tchychoisky Saunders, Valdez, Valrico, Valderon Cleare, Ron Lewis, Jerome Francis, Errol Holmes,

GOD-CHIILDREN: Ethelee Hart, Shenderlene Greene-Evans, Modesto Colebrooke, Wilfred Bastian, Everette & Judith

THE FIRST HOLINESS CHURCH OF GOD FAMILY: Rev. Lucille Woodside, Rev. Gordon Cooper, Rev. Maxine Darville, Min. Clarice Moss, Min. Eleanor Austin, Min. Thelma Bowleg, Rev. Ezekiel & Sis. Judy Thompson, Elder Rudolph Hanna, Min, Aaron Feaster, Min. Minera Riley, Min. Helen Smith, Deacon & Deaconess Gray, Deaconess Joyce Conliffe, Brenda Rolle & Family, Alfreda Sears & Family, Kendal & Keisha Lewis & Family, Bridgette Miller & Family, Kreva Taylor & Family, Coralee Deveaux & Family, Sabbie Poitier & Family, Tangie Bethel & Family,  Veronica Burnett & Family, Emmaline Jones & Family, Nicole Balfour & Family, Evans, Paul Family, Smith Family, Stubbs Family, Thompson Family, Russell Family, Blanche Turner & Family, Jennie Pinder & Family, Missick Family

 
SPECIAL FRIENDS: Mr. & Mrs Arthur Brown, Mr. Edwin Ingraham, Mrs. Myrtis Deveaux and Family, Rev. Dr. LeRodney  & Mrs. Rolle, Mr. Randolph Hanna and Family, , Bishop Wilbert & Mother Rolle, Bishop Shervin  & Mother Dorothy Smith, Prophet & Mrs. Keith Rolle, Bishop Gregory & Sis. Minnis, Rev. Dr. J. Carl & Sis. Evangeline Rahming, Bishop Albert & Mother Karen Hepburn, Bishop Joseph & Mother Swan, Rev. Shelton & Mrs. Higgs, Rev. Steadman & Mrs, Knight, Bishop C. N. & Evangelist B. Williams, Mrs. Mary Dawkins & Family, Mrs. Helen Saunders & Family, Mrs. Pinder & Family, Rt. Hon, Hubert A. Ingraham, Prime Minister Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Bishop Hosea & Mother Cox, Bishop Simeon & Mrs. Hall, Rev. Dr. Ranford Patterson, President, Bahamas Christian Council, Rev. William & Sis. Pennerman, Rev. Dr. Perry & Mrs. Newton, Bishop Michael & Sis Ferguson, Apostle Quebell & Sis. Martin, Bishop Ross & Sis. Davis, Rev. Dr. Ornan & Mrs. Johnson, , Bishop Wilfred & Pastor Adderley, Bishop R.J & Mother Deleveaux, Bishop Salatiel & Mother Rolle, Rev. Richard & Sis Cynthia Gibbs, Rev. Rex & Sis Major, Rev. Shirley Smith & Family, Rev. & Min. McPhee, Rev. Charles & Mrs. Lewis, Rev. & Mrs. Kendal Capron, Mother Mary Wells & Family, Mother Marilyn Wallace & Family, Dr. Gloria Ageeb, Mr. & Mrs. Bowe[Bowes Pumping], Mrs. Helen Smith & Family, Mr. & Mrs Cornielius Gardiner, The Be Healed Revival Time Family, Mr. Sherman Smith, Hon. Sidney Collie & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Thurston, Mr. & Mrs. Leland Lightbourne, Carlos Mackey

 
SPECIAL FRIENDS OVERSEAS:
Rev. Eustace & Sis. Clarke, of Miami, Florida, Rev. Emmanuel & Sis. Dean, Provodenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands, Rev. Wille Lee Wrisper Jr. South Bay, Florida, Mr & Mrs, Hodge, St. Croix, USA, Pastor Emmanuel & Sis Saint Gerard, of Haiti, Sis. Ethlyn Cox, of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Sis. Daphane Romer, of Indianna, Bishop Clifford & Mother Henfield of Dundas Town, Abaco, Miss Sherry of Missouri City, Texas, Essie Arthur & Family[Turks & Caicos Island], Louise Raymond of Atlanta, Georgia, Management & Staff of St. Lukes Hospital, & Jacobs Engineering/NASA JSC, Houston, Texas.
 

OTHER RELATIVES & FRIENDS;
The Bodie Family, Stockdale Family, Johnson Family, Thurston Family, Cambridge Family, Poitier Family, Williams Family, Bowe Family, Godfrey Family, Armbrister Family, Ferguson Family, Major Family, Mackey Family, Adderley Family, Taylor Family, King Family, Ferguson Family, Coakley Family, Henfield Family, Wells Family, Newbold Family, Ethelyn Johnson & Family, Higgs Family, Mitchell Family,  Hopeful Hanna & Family, Beatrice Dievieull & Family, Moxey Family, Greene Family, Ms.Leen Brice & Family, Cedric Rolle & Family of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Walkine Family of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Austin Family, Sandee Ferguson & Family, McKenzie Family,  Sean & Nadine Minns,  Mr. & Mrs. Emizarene Charlot, LaFrance Gustave, Joseph Pierre-Louis, Wilfrid Flurinord, Ceus Enguere, Schella Jean-Louis, Ticette Jean-Louis, Theresa Brown, Lovely Forbes, Geneva Morley, Janet Brown, Mrs. Regina Saunders & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Battiata & Family, Greg Sherman, FNM Bamboo Town Branch, Staff Oncology Clinic PMH, Staff Male Medical II, Management Team/  Human Resources Department, RBPF & HMP, ScotiaTrust Family, The National Insurance Board, Kentucky Fried Chicken, One and Only Ocean Club, Missick Bus Service, R & M Trucking, The Bamboo Town Community, The Engeleston Community, & others too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at First Holiness Church of God, #18 First Holiness Way, Bamboo Town, on Friday from 3:30 p.m. until Saturday at 6:00 p.m. & on Sunday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
A memorial service for Bishop Edward Missick, will be held at First Holiness Church, Bamboo Town on Friday 16th September, 2011 at 7:30 p.m.  Officiating will be Rev. Ranford Patterson, President of The Bahamas Christian Council.

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News Article

May 31, 2012
Secoya Ashley Roberts, 20

Funeral Service
Funeral Service for Secoya Ashley Roberts age 20 years a resident of Sandy Point, Abaco, will be held on Saturday 2nd June,  2012,  11:00a.m. at Sandy Point Assembly of God, Sandy Point Abaco, Officiating will be Pastor Erskine Wells assisted by other Ministers. Interment will be made in the Sandy Point Public Cemetery.
Those That Will Always Treasure Her Memories Are: Her Parents: Patrick Sr & Rose Roberts. Siblings: Patrick Jr & Aisha Poitier, Patrico & Sonovia Roberts,.Grandfather: Herklyn Rolle, Grandmothers: Marion Rolle And Lillian Roberts.; Neices: Alexia & Alyssa Stubbs;Nephews: Tianno, Tristan, Ashton, Chauncey & Corey Roberts; Aunts: Angela Johnson, Lottie & Deborah Rolle, Stephanie, Marsha & Violet Roberts, Eliza Bain, Marinette Walker, Vernisha Gaitor.;  Uncles: Vaughn & Brian Rolle, Edney & Derek Gaitor, Peter, Angelo, Wilba Roberts And Richard Walker.; Grandaunts: Lula, Evelyn, Irene & Jerona Burrows, Evelyn Burrows(Nassau), Gina Adderley, Virgie Lightbourne, Ella, Glacie & Hattie Dean And Vicky Bain.;Granduncles: Sinclair, Claude And Roland Burrows, Patrick Bain Sr, And William Adderley.; Godparents: Jerona Burrows-Curry, Daphanie Bain, Hercules Clarke And Neron Green;  Godchildren: Branasia Bain And Finny; Cousins: Tasheka, Taneka & Joshua, Raven, Nicole, Rhema, Lavonya, Orthura, Cameron, Taneisha, Makayla, Antonae, Antonia, Vaughn Jr, Dominique, Monty, Edney Jr, Yvette, Marcia, Tamika, Dereka, Derek Jr, Dario, Angelo Jr, Shuvalo, Malisha, Barshauna, Jada, Makayla, Baron Jr, Aaron, Algernon, Adinah, Kermit, Renardo, Meredith And Cindy;  Other Relatives And Friends Including ,Gurth Russell, Keith Stratton, Sidney Mc Intosh, E & E Groceries, Sandy Point, Chamile And Nioshie Adderley, Trenaire Wells, Vanessa Pinder, Geleece Gaitor, Talia Burrows, Tatianna Rolle, Denero Green, Saminique Bain, Herbert Sears,  Elexio Stubbs, Christa Curry, Lynzandria Archer, Raquel Russell, Arthur Lightbourne, David Lightbourne, Oscar Pinder, Margaret Burrows, Lensworth Bain, Lorna Russell, Jc Burrows, Raquel Armbrister, Rowena Pinder, Jaynell Mitchell, Deangelis Burrows, Ferninand Burrowswilliam And Maxine Burrows, Melissa And Ben Allen, Stanley White, Nicholas Roberts, George Martin, Iris Hanchell, The Ingraham Family Of Dundas Town, Friendship Tabernacle Church, Harry & Joan Darville, Marcus & Siren Davis, Dr. Margo Seymour & The Staff Of The Sandy Point Govt. Clinic, Dr. George Charite & The Staff Of The Integrated Medical Centre, The Sandy Point Assembly Of God Church, The Entire Community Of Sandy Point And Many Other Special Persons Too Numerous To Name.
Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home, Robinson Road & First Street on Thursday from 12:00 noon to 6:00p.m. and at the church in Sandy Point on Friday from 9:00 p.m. until to service time on Saturday.

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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....


News Article

December 30, 2014
Insuring the holidays

The holidays are always a fun time of the year but also seems to be full of mishaps as evident in all the Christmas comedy movies. I don't think any insurance professional can watch National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation without thinking about the different claims scenarios which could arise from each slapstick incident: Whilst humorous, if these events actually happened in our homes, hopefully a homeowner's insurance policy could save Christmas.
In the movie, Clark Griswold slipped and fell on his roof while assembling Christmas lights, accidentally causing a lance of ice to fly from his gutter through a neighbor's window and into their house, damaging their stereo system. The neighbors could make a claim against the public liability section of the Griswold's homeowner's policy to pay for the damage to their window and stereo.
Likewise in the film, when the Christmas tree burst into flames and destroyed all of the presents under it, the property section of the homeowner's insurance would have responded to compensate the Griswolds for their loss if they had homeowners contents included in the policy.
What would not be covered under the homeowner's policy is the damage caused to the Griswolds' family china by their cousin Eddie's dog chasing a squirrel in the dining room. Damage caused to your home building or contents by your pet is excluded from most homeowner's insurance policies.
Further to the movie scenarios, this Christmas I was regaled with a true story of two friends having to evacuate their hotel room during an early morning fire alarm. Once the concerns for their personal safety had passed, the second largest concern was for the security of their belongings as they had been Christmas shopping in Florida. Whereas some homeowners' insurance policies will cover the "temporary removal" of household contents while away on a trip, this is only limited to personal belongings up to a certain percentage of say 15 percent of the sum insured on your homeowner's policy.
Theoretically, a Christmas gift being transported home accompanied by the insured would be acceptable to insurers and covered under the homeowner's contents policy. However, depending on the scale of shopping, that is if you have to make a stop to Betty K on the way to the airport, this type of risk would be considered outside the acceptable boundaries and you would be better off getting a goods-in-transit policy to cover the transportation of the items.
New Year's Eve also has its own set of risks: Aside from the property and fire risks associated with stray fireworks, the big concern on New Year's Eve is road safety and event liability. Depending on the size of the New Year's Day party you are hosting, you may need a special event liability insurance policy to protect you from the financial burden if a guest is injured at the event and wants to claim for their medical expenses or other damages. Your regular homeowner's policy may not cover this, especially if you have let out your property to an event promoter and are charging an entrance fee.
Another big concern is road safety. One way to offset risk is to arrange taxis or a bus for your guests or nominate designated drivers at least. Otherwise, plan to offer guests a place to sleep in your home if necessary. Of course the best preventative measure is to offer non-alcoholic drinks to guests and monitor guests who are drinking.
It's not only alcohol that can cause traffic accidents. Frightened pets may run into the road during fireworks and cause an accident for which you could potentially be liable if you didn't secure your dog. Also, frightened dogs may also bite your guests while on your property, so make sure they are secured on New Year's Eve.
Whereas taking out an insurance policy is a method of risk management, the best tool for avoiding an accidental loss over the holidays is careful planning and good housekeeping practices.

o Stephanie Cleare is a fully licensed and qualified account executive at Tavares & Higgs Insurance with 12 years experience in the Bahamian insurance industry. Email her at scleare@tavareshiggs.com.

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Movie
Motherhood
  • 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....