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An Exciting Bahamas Pilot Challenge 2011 Sets the Stage for 2012 Competition
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL - With the ink still wet on his Pilot's License,
Indiana flying enthusiast, Dale Dellacqua, flew to 12 Bahama Islands in
four days to nab the coveted Bahamas Pilot Challenge , sponsored by The
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation and Pilot Mall.com.
Launched in 2011, The Bahamas Pilot Challenge offered exciting prizes to
general aviation pilots to fly to 12 of The Islands Of The Bahamas
airports of entry (poe) to win amazing prizes; which included the grand
prize of an eight night stay on four different, islands in The Bahamas....
A Memorial Service in memory of Donald Christopher Roberts aged 65 years, a resident of Manchester Street, Blair Estates, will held on Saturday, June 4th, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel, Victoria Room, #1 Bay Street. Officiating will be Brother Anthony Russell.
Left with cherished memories are his devoted wife, Exrella Roberts; children Dionne Heath, Dellarese Roberts, Deidre Bullard, Donnassio, Dario, Don and Christopher Roberts, Racquel Strachan and Krishna Roberts ; Sons-in-laws: Timothy Heath, Jamal Bullard, daughter in law: Erica Roberts, sisters: Marie Strachan and Joan Roberts-Pinder of Atlanta Georgia, brother in law: Gerald Strachan, Arthur Rahming;
Grandchildren, Deonte and Timia Heath, Rajesh and Raashi Roberts, Ramesh Miller, Logan and Mateo Bullard, Dylan Roberts, Kiyara and Akaree Roberts, Anna, Angela and Ashernique Strachan. Nieces and nephews: Darlene and Jefford Curry, Paula and John Reckley, Paul and Vinincia Strachan, Philip and Madyln Strachan, Pamela and Marvin Smith, Juiette and Maureen Roberts, Charmaine and Darwin Dawson, Charnae and Emery Leonce and Shenkara Bowe; Grandnieces and nephews, Danielle and Raquashane Curry, Jonae Reckley, Nicole, Tregg and Traci Strachan, Ashton and Alexys-Marie Smith, Alexandria Hepburn, Kristen Lindsay, Kellah Leonce, Devin, Darien, Desha and Deanna Dawson.In Laws: Vera and John Farrington, Angela and family, Vandarene and Stuart Bowe, Christine Farrington, John and Latisha Farrington, Wilma Farrington, Brian Farrington and host of relatives and friends; Therez Usher, Amos and Loretta Williams, Mary and Evelyn Knowles and family of Fort Lauderdale, Margaret Nelson and family, Shellie Missick and family, Sharon Bain and family, Jeffery Missick and family, Christopher Missick and family, Rodney Johnson and family, Myra Bullard and family, Dorothea Wilson, Tino and Dawnia Bullard, Deborah and Sidney Outten, Paul and Cindy Ritchie, Monty and Lisa Hanna, Monty and Cheryl Ritchie and family, Anthony and Nancy Russell, Jimmy and Sylvia Bevans and family, Devitte Duncanson Meryl Desmangls and family and others too numerous to mention.
Special thanks to Dr. Friday, Dr. Lightbourne, Dr. Rahming, Nurse Gaitor from Fox Hill Community Clinic, Nurse Watson from Elizabeth Estate Clinic, Dr Cargill, Dr. Jones and Dr. Bartlett from Elizabeth Estates.
Relatives and friends may pay their respect at Cedar Crest Funeral Home, Robinson Road and First Street, on Thursday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Cremation will follow.
Funeral Service for Lillian Maude Andrews-Duncombe, 102, of Carib Road & formerly of High Rock, South Andros will be held on Saturday, November 6, 2010 at 11:00 a.m.
Apostles of the End Time Church
West & Ferguson Streets
Pastor Carlos Wallace
Other Ministers of the Gospel
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard Roads
Left to cherish her memories are four Sons: Apostle Wendell, Hayward, Garnet and Johnny Duncombe; five Daughters: Mothers Marilyn Wallace, Susan Ferguson, Syblean Forbes, Jacqueline Duncombe and Goldie Jean-Pierre; Son-in-law ...
Funeral services for Garth Basil "Dadso" Wells, 71 yrs., a resident of Albury Street and formelry of George Town, Exuma, who passed away on 27th May, 2011, will be held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Farrington Road, on Saturday at 11 a.m. Officiating will be Fr. Martin Gomes, SS.CC. Interment follows in Catholic Cemetery, Tyler Street.
Left to mourn his faithful and loving memories are:
His loving and devoted wife: Mary
SONS: Stephen, Terrance, Ricardo and Valentino Wells, and Jonathon Barry
DAUGHTERS: Dorothea Wells-Brown and Elaine Wells-Lightbourn
BROTHERS: Willis Hart, Dereck Wells, Sidney and Carlton Adderley
SISTERS: Jacquelyn Wells-Dean, Laura Smith, Elsie Moxey, Brenda Wells-Rolle and Brenda Wells-Martin
AUNT: Rowena Rolle
SON-IN-LAW: Rudolph Brown
DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW: Beroline, Kendra and Sharmaine Wells
BROTHERS-IN-LAW: Clement, Simeon, Leander, Ephraim and Thomas Higgs
SISTERS-IN-LAW: Norma Pinder, Thaclia Higgs, Carmetta Saunders, Veronica Adderley and Philicia Roberts of Harbour Island, Daisy Dorsett and Daphne Adderley.
NIECES: Cheryl Strachan, Pamela Lowe, Tammy Butler, Jan Miller, Deidre Taylor, Darshelle Sands, Glenda Rolle, Brendalee Martin, Julie and Lisa Hart, Dereeka, Marsha and Cypriana Wells, Jonella and Kaylisa Adderley, Theresa Wells-Maclour and Charmaine Wells-Burrows, Laverne Bethel, Joy Armbrister, Karen Rowland, Tanya Thompson and Dominique Thompson.
NEPHEWS: Derell, Patrick, David, Jeffery and Wentworth Wells, George Wells, Jr., Tavyn Sands, Rodney Cruz and Creflo Adderley.
GRANDCHILDREN: Shandon Wells, Sr., Patrick, Brian, Stevette, Suzuette, Stevandrae, Joshua, Jonathon, Joel, Joshua, Jamel, Jermiah, Racquel, Shonell, Sheurell, Jahsiri, Tyler, and Theo Wells. Crystal, Dominique, and Rachael Brown, Michael, Shane, and Marnarrey Lightbourn.
GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN: Michael, Kristin, Ashley and Miley Cartwright, Shandon Wells, Jr., Brenay and Trinity Wells.
A host of other relatives and friends including Michael Cartwright, Tashel Wells, Shelia Murchision-Johnson, Antoinette Dean, Jeffery Adderley, Wellington Walkes, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Reginald Turnquest and Family, Pastor H.A. Roach and Family, Ena Thompson, Stephanie Delancey, Charlice Curry, Karal Roach, and Luther & Wendell Rolle, (EXUMA). The Doctors and Nurses of the Princess Margaret Hospital, Male Surgical Ward #2, The Food and Nutrition Department of Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre and Princess Margaret Hospital, the entire Chippingham Community, and the Cricket Club Association.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 2-5 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 10 a.m. until service time.
Bradley B Roberts
National Chair Progressive Liberal Party
March 17th 2012
Gold Rush Launch of the Pineridge and Central Grand Bahama Constituencies
I am honoured to be here tonight to lend my strong support to Senator Dr
Michael Darville and Julian Bedell Russell, both men of proven ability and
exemplary leadership qualities.
FUNERALl SERVICES for the late Benjamin Joseph Ferguson of Tropical Gardens/Golden Gates #1 and formerly of Brown, Crooked Island will be held on Saturday at New Bethany Baptist Church, Key West Street at 10 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Victor Cooper Jr., J.P. assisted by other ministers of the Gospel. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleum.
Mr. Ferguson was pre-deceased by his loving wife of 55 years Mrs. Merletha Eliza Ferguson and his eldest son Godfrey B. Ferguson and daughter Sharon Joy Ferguson.
Indelible memories are left on the hearts of his children: Winston and Chief Petty Officer Lloyd Nelson Ferguson, Joan Clarke, Yvonne Cooper, Beverly Ferguson and Rose Morrison; 4 sisters: Vera Ferguson, Irene Ferguson, Estella Cox and Florence Lewis; 1 Brother: Laban Ferguson; 1 Son-in-law: Oswald Morrison; 2 Daughters-in-law: Althea and Janet Ferguson; 1 Brother-in-law: Nehemiah Moss of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; 3 sisters-in-law: Naomi Munnings, Elizabeth Adderley, Beulah McPhee, Tristina Ferguson, Edna Ferguson, and Barbara Moss; 15 Grand-children: Raquel Kellman, Jerrett, Shakera and Ryan Clarke, Ashley (Red) Williams, Sasha Ferguson, Cherita Cooper, Jasmin, Jade, and Emerald Ferguson, Rashad Ferguson, Adam Miller, Chad Woodside, Tyler and Tarah-Rose Morrison; 6 Great-Grandchildren: Kevin Kellman, Jahvaughn Clarke, Devonte and Darren Clarke, Alia Pitt, and Sapphire Clarke; A host of other relatives and friends including: Reverend Franklyn and Sister Katie Clarke, Reverend Wendell Lewis, Minister Marion Sturrup, Lorraine Moss, Sharon Farringtion, New Bethany Baptist Church Family, The Men Fellowship, The Usher Board, Brother Major, Brother Jones, Elder Kendal Darling, Deacon Cornelius Cooper, Victor Cooper Sr. Dr. John Lunn & his staff, The staff of Oncology Princess Margaret Hospital, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Ferguson, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Knowles, Mr. & Mrs. Fulton Bain, Mr. Hershel Collie, Reverend Randolph Beneby, Mrs. Heastie, Nathalie Bruno, Mr. Willie Dawkins, Mr. Altman Bonimy, Sisal Road, Golden Gates Family, Ms. Diggis and Ms Johnson & Royal Eagle Lodge #1 and a host of other relatives and friends.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Evergreen Mortuary, Mackey Street South on Thursday from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.; on Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and again at the church on Saturday from 9 a.m. until service time.
Funeral service for Adrianna Audrey Gibson, 62 yrs., a resident of Wilton Street, who died on 11th October, 2011, will be held at St. Georges Anglican Church, Montrose Ave. on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Archdeacon G. Kingsley Knowles, assisted by Deacon Witfield Hutchinson. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
Your life, love and memory will always remain a treasure in the hearts of your surviving relatives and friends:
Children: Gina (Nelson) Miller and Requel (Kenroy) Sands;
Adopted Children: Wislande and Whitney Geffrard;
Brother: David (Ethelee) Gibson;
Sisters: Doreen Lightbourn, Ruth Collie, Patsy (Phillip) Green, Helena McQueen;
Sister-in-law: Joanne Gibson;
Grandchildren: Ahmal, Rashad, Gerlano, Taurean, and Naquel Miller, Kenroy Sands Jr., Alonzo, Rashay, Jameeka, Matthew, Whitnee and Felicia;
Great-grandchildren: K'mal and A'mal Miller;
Aunts: Luella Watkins, Francina Watson, Pecola Mckay of Delray Beach Fl., Cathlene Bulter, Dorcus Strachan of Waterford, Eleuthera;
Uncles: Samuel Bulter of Goulds Fl, Alexander Jr. and William Bulter;
Nieces: Mary Collie, Leisa and Glenalee Gibson, Chenica (Raymond) Mcphee, Sherel (Mirza) and AlexiaTurnquest, and Bridgette Brown;
Nephews: Kenworth (Maxine), Kendal (Camesuse), Keno (Verinique) Lightbourne, David, Joseph and Micah Gibson, Osbourne Lockhart, Petronie, Philip Jr., Patrick, Panacho, Jeffrey and Peter Green, Mely and Andy Evans;
Godmother: Mavis Davies;
Cousins: Cynthia Wells, Melony Hanna, Philip Dellasin and the Entire Watkins Family, Dianne and Marvin Watson, Beatrice Brown, Nathan and John Gibson & family, Louis Mackey and Terry Dean, Jennie, Willamae, Henry Dean & family, Val Sands, Shelia, Zeta and Prince Strachan, Euliese and James Butler, Clement Mortimore, Patricia Wilson, Harriet Davis & family, Genieve Bethel, Jan Thompson, Noreen Major, Anna Cash, Nelson Mitchell, Samuel Stubbs, Yvonne Neely, Beatrice and Roy Johnson, Tara Butler and Rosalind Davis, Louis and Nitta Sweeting, Edith Smith, Merlene Woodside, Winnifred Sams, Marie Saunders, Sheriline Sherman and Pearline McKinney;
Other relatives and friends including but not limited to: Mrs. Alberta Hall, Evans and Elroy Oralhomme, Sharon Thomalison, Philiph Jones, Geleter Poitier, Kenny Pervil, Demetrius Cleare, Mrs. Ester Archer, Blanche Rolle, Delores Sturrup, Elana and Naya Sweeting, Doretha and Zeke Taylor & family, Linda Flovil, Frankie Smith, Kenneth Brice, Marie and Charles Ariza, Dieula Paime, Vesaun, Esther Marshall, Mr. Dillis, Shirley Smith & family, Denise Clarke & family, Cyprianna McPhee, Jean Poitier, Wilda Delancy & family, Covant, Michael, Sheila Minnis, Marketplace Kitchen (Atlantis), John Bull Bay Street, Executive Coffee, Marsha Carey, Members of St. George's Church, and the Entire Culmersville Community.
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.
Funeral service for Margaret Ellamae Davis, 67 of Yellow Elder, who passed away on 6th June, 2011, will be held at Church of God Cathedral, East Street & Lily of the Valley Corner, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Moses A. Johnson, assisted by other Ministers. Interment follows in Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.
She leaves precious memories with:
Adopted Sisters (and blood cousins): Marcella Mallory, Maxine Bartlett, and
Gloria Lawrena KnowlesAsset Information
Niece & Grand-niece: Adelia and Shadelle Major
Cousins: Sarahlene Royal, Mavis Wilson, Rosabell Wilson (& descendents of...
By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer
FORMER senior commissioner of police, the late Stanley Riddell Moir, is no longer around to carry on a family tradition known as the AMGU Awards, which stands for "a Moir never gives up", but his grandchildren intend to keep the tradition alive.
Mr Moir, who died at age 89, started the family award as a way to encourage his grandchildren to always persevere whenever they felt like giving up. Anytime they felt a feat could not be accomplished, he was always quick to remind them that "a Moir never gives up".
Building up a person, whether a family member or a stranger was just Mr Moir's nature. He loved to see people progress ...
Funeral Service for MR. William John Pinder Jr., age 53 years of Bailey Town, Bimini will be held on Saturday, March 31, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. at Holy Name Roman Catholic Church, Bailey Town, Bimini. Officiating will be Father George K assisted by Deacon John Sears. Interment will follow in the Catholic Cemetery, Porgy Bay, Bimini.
Cherished memories are held by his father: William Pinder Sr.; daughter: Avarelle Pinder Williams;
adopted children: Jerry, Sophie, Shirvan, Shirlease, Shirvoughnte, Danielle and Danavier; son-in-law: Pastor Ronnell Williams; grandchildren: Ronnell Jr. and Hezekiah; brothers: Insley, Ellon, Elvin and Patrick Pinder; sisters: Jeanie and Lilly Pinder; aunts: Doris Walker, Esther Rolle; uncle: Malcolm Pinder; nieces: Julia Hanna, Shirlene Bain, Lindsay, Kaityre, Leann, Leronda, Jodyann, Elviann, Julyette, and Geomantha Rolle; nephews: Levell and Levon Rolle, Melvin, Kairo, Kadre, Julyen and, Antwon Pinder; grandnieces: Levonya Rolle; grandnephews: Brian Cargill, Levell Jr. Levondre and Leano Pinder; sisters-in-law: Birdie, Cyrene, Franka, and Ellen Pinder; godchild: Wayne Neely Jr.; godmother: Willamae Sawyer; numerous cousins: Austin and Gia, Lionel and family, Raymond, Franklyn and family, Kelsie Pinder and family, Laurice and Laurine Pinder and family, Cynthia and family, Ludell and family, Rosa, Stanley Stuart and family, Rose Stuart and family, Howard Stuart, Eunamae Smith and family, Stephanie and Juliette Dottin and family, Rex Grant and family, Terry Rolle and family, Sheila Rolle and family, David Rolle and family, Verlease Rolle, Ailene and Howard Wilson, Benjamin, Reverend Jeff and Peter Francis and family, Rodney Dottin and family, Darrell Dottin, Cardinal and Fabian Bain and family, Hillary Cargill and family; and a host of other relatives and friends including Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ellis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oriel Rolle and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Weech and family, Gregory and Stephen Baker and family, Emma Rolle and family, Pastor and Mrs. Edmund Ellis, Pastor and Mrs. Oriel Ellis and family, Ebbie David and family, Marionette Sands and family, Mae Rolle and family, Thurman Saunders, Wayne Neely Hon. Obie Wilchcombe M.P. for West End and Bimini, Corvell, Norine Francis and family, Karen David and family, Veronica Pritchard, Marionette Thompson Jerome, Winkie, Fabian, Matt and Walter Stuart and family, Anna and Stella, James Brown, Toya, Pastor Dave Ellis, Larry, Kendall, Chadwell, Rhoda Braynen, Shawna. Administrator Sherrick Ellis and family, Chief Councilor Lloyd Edgecombe Sr. and family Karen Sherman, Shannon Bullard, Wayne Neely, Dion Moss, Thurman, Julie, Jason, Tassie Saunders, Kendall, Creswell, Anthony, Alethia Romer, Robbie Smith, Dianne Robins and family, Mae Rolle and family, Corvell, Montez, Joe Pinder, Billy Joe, Shereka Higgs, Noel McNeil, Orlando Sands, Joe Jones and family, Treco, Ossie, Gina, Ken, Quint, Toya, Richie Hepburn, Candy, Anthony Rolle, Altico Opato, Lachresha, Diane Robins and family, Jenkins Rolle and family, Doctor Simms, Edward Williams and family, Amanda Knowles and family, Roslyn Ritchie and family, Jerry Fisher and family, Holy Name Catholic Church Family and the entire community of Bimini especially Porgy Bay; Management and Staff and T.S.L Water Taxi Crew, Management and Staff at The Bimini Community Clinic and The Staff of The Rand Memorial Hospital.
Viewing will be held in the "Serenity Suite"at Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, #11-A Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama Thursday from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. and at Holy Name Roman Catholic Church Hall, Bailey Town, Bimini on Friday from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and at the church on Saturday from 8:00 a.m. until service time.
Funeral Service for Desmond Lance Lockhart, age 45 of King Street who died on August 7th 2011 will be held on Saturday at Transfiguration Baptist Church, Market & Vesey Street on Saturday at 11:00 am. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Stephen E. Thompson, assisted by Rev. Basil Johnson. Interment will follow in the Western Cemetery, Nassau Street.
He is survived by 5 children: Desmond Jr., D'nae, Nyshieko, Brittany and Brandon Lockhart; 1 grandchild: A'nya Pratt; 4 sisters: Monique Lockhart, Stephanie and Donna Goodridge and Vanassa Lockhart; 4 Brothers: Michealangelo, Micheal Brent Lockhart, Sargent 861 Edward Robinson, Leroy Brennen and Brian Goodridge; His father: Vernon Lockhart; Stepmothers: Val Lockhart & Agatha Williams; Aunts: Jacquline and Debbie Lockhart, Carmitta Johnson, Esther Johnson, Dermertis Vasquez of Florida, Sybiline, Julia Stevens, Patricia Dupuch, Anceilla Stuart, Elise Burrows, Norma Pyfrom Vivian Humes and Sylvia "Wally" Goodridge; Uncles: Leonard Lockhart-Bain, Retired Superintendent Garth Johnson, Prince Zorro Stubbs Kyle Dames; Nieces: Philicia Knowles, Ladawn and Lashawn Whylly and Lanique Moss, Derrinae Adderley; Nephews: Winston Seymour Jr., and Deangelo Kenneth Johnson; Grand-niece: Skylah Nortelus; Grand-nephew: Lanejo Wallace; Care Taker: Charles Brennen; Host of Other Relatives & Friends: Paula Gardiner, Barbra Woodside, Micheal Newton, Dorine, Joseph Jr., Phyllis and Hazel Newbold, Rev. Dr. Marina Sands, Arnold, Locksley and Patsy Fowler, Alonso Hamilton, Cinemae Kelly, Fedricka Pennerman, Leelock Brown-Smith, Cindy Bullard, Wanda Woodside, Jackie Johnson, Natalie and Valentino Woodside, Rebecca Scott, Macy and Shirley Brown of Andros, Rose, Deon, Millersin and Prince Lockhart. Lynn, Terry and Jarrad Nottage, Betty Cartwright and Claudine Johnson and Family. The entire King Street Crew, Fat Boy, Mike and John Stewart, Zanda Bain, Sheila Alcott, Dwayne Dean, Miss Muggie, The Entire Newbold and Goodridge Family, Cordell Thompson, Quartrenda and Natasha Sears.
Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, Rosetta Street, Palmdale from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and again on Saturday from 10 a.m. at the Church on Saturday until service time.
A funeral service for Margaret Ellamae Davis, 67, a resident of Yellow Elder, who passed away on 6th June, 2011, will be held at Church of God Cathedral, East Street and Lily of the Valley Corner, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Moses A. Johnson, assisted by other Ministers. Interment follows in Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.
She leaves precious memories with:
Adopted Sisters (and blood cousins): Marcella Mallory, Maxine Bartlett, and Gloria Lawrena Knowles
Niece and grand-niece: Adelia and Shadelle Major
Cousins: Sarahlene Royal, Mavis Wilson, Rosabell Wilson (and descendents of the late Clayton Wilson); Marie, Edward, Sidney (the Whymns); Sandra, Norma, Andrea, Linda, Dudley, Gerald (the Sawyers); Roslyn, Sybil, Paula, Kaye, Eugene (the Tootes); Neville, Arthur, Andrew, Robert, Shirley, Dame Joan (the Sawyers); Coral Lightbourne, Geraldine Ferguson, Lillian Saunders, Priscilla Forbes, Muriel Ferguson, Dorothy Marshall, Eleston and Richard McPhee.
Other relatives: descendents of Rev. Maurice Mallory, including Yvonne Abouziede, Helena Robinson, Alfred Mallory and their children
Special friends: Heslyn Fernander, Berthamae Ferguson, Clover Pratt, Pastor and Members of East St. Church esp. Ladies Prayer Band, The Convention Choir, The National body of the Church of God, Sister Cecilia and patrons of St. Joseph Day Care Centre, Nurse Zel Lockhart, Nurse Doreen Fernander, Patricia Sands and Mrs. Ethlyn Deleveaux
God-children: Yvette Campbell-Morris and James Pinder, Jr.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday, and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
A funeral service for Olga Naomi Rigby, 90 yrs., a resident of Howard Street, Chippingham and formerly of Clarence Town, Long Island, who passed away on 7th June, 2011, will be held at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Clarence Town, Long Island, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Archdeacon Kingsley Knowles. Interment follows in church's cemetery.
Left to cherish her loving memory with hope in their hearts are: eight children and their spouses: Evangelist Lolamae Rolle (Rev. Victor Rolle), Elder Reginald Rigby (Rev. Louise), Euterpie Rigby, Janet Lightboum (Richard), John Rigby (Karen), Anthony Rigby (Sophie), Baldwin Rigby Sr., Alana (Jeanice) Smith (Neville). Twenty-seven grandchildren and their spouses: Wendell Rigby Jr.(Liilian), Antoinette Armstrong (Garfield) Alan Rigby (Heidi), Sonia Dean (Clete), Theus Rolle-Fountain, Bacchus Rolle (Kimberley), Dulcie Rigby-Smith (Patrick), Dr. Reginald Neymour (Carol), Derel Thompson (Keith), D'Andra Rigby, Prisca Pulz (Oliver), Delvin Rigby, Vonetta Johnson, Raynard Edgecombe, Jonnell, Jonneice and M'Kyle Rigby, Anthony Jr., Alexis and Anton Rigby, Samantha, Candice and Baldwin Rigby Jr., Keno Smith (Kikiya), PC 3472 Theo, Blair and Sophie Smith, 30 Great-grandchildren, two Great-great-grandchildren; Brother: George Rahming of Georgia; Daughter-in-Law: Nancy Rigby; Brother-in-Law: Vincent Gibson of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Sister-in-Law: Emmaline Wallace of Freeport, Grand Bahama; Numerous Nieces and Nephews including Wilbur Major (Brenda) of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Lois Bethel (Charles), Eloise Moncur, Edna Dean (David) of Opalocka, Fla., Alma Ferguson (Henry), Lutricia Jackson, Thais, Linwood and Lohman Rahming of Deerfield Beach, Fla., Lillith Womack (Albert), Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Dolly, Beverley and Janice Gibson of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Sheila Musgrove (Robert) and a host of other relatives and friends including but not limited to: Patrick and Lorna Lightbourn, Deborah Major, Christine Anderson, Keith and Wendy Major, Marietta Major, Beryl Adams, Admiral and Dolores Ferguson, Nancy Arangil, Ruth Minnis, Reginald and Annie Minnis, Mr. & Mrs. Ancil Pratt, Mrs. Brenda Hart, Barbara Albury, Jestina McGregor of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Carlos and Sarah Milander, the Minnis, Major, Taylor, Bowe families of Clarence Town, Long Island, the entire staff of Main Operating Theatre, Princess Margaret Hospital, Archdeacon Kingsley Knowles and Mrs. Knowles, Canon Harry Ward and Mrs. Ward, Rev. Michael Gittens, Archdeacon 1. Ranfurly Brown, Canon Curtis Robinson and Mrs. Robinson, Rev. Samuel Sturrup, Rev. Sebastian Campbell, Rev. Peter Scott, Rev. Ernest Pratt, Holy Spirit Anglican Church, Bishop Ros Davis and Rev. Althea Davis and the Golden Gates Outreach Ministries family, Zion Yamacraw Baptist Church family, St. Joseph's Day Care Centre, Bahamas Association of Ministers' Wives & Ministers' Widows, Noreen Major and Visitation Team of St. George's Anglican Church, the Parish of St. Paul's and the entire community of Clarence Town, Long Island.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Thursday, and on Friday at the Church in Long Island from 2:00 p.m. until service time on Saturday.
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama - A 24-year-old mother has become Grand Bahama's fifth homicide victim for 2011.
The woman sustained a fatal gunshot wound to the head on Saturday night while in the Royal Bahamia Estates area.
According to police, they received a call around 10:45 p.m. on Saturday, June 18, notifying them that a female had been shot.
Uniformed and plain clothes officers responded and they learned the woman had taken a bullet to the head, and she was transported by ambulance to the Accident and Emergency section of the Rand Memorial Hospital to receive treatment.
The victim, who is a resident of Eight Mile Rock, succumbed to her injuries a short time later, mere minutes before 11:00 p.m, police said.
Police said that the motive for the fatal shooting is unknown at this time. They are calling for the help of the Grand Bahama community to assist in solving this crime, and are urging anyone with information that could assist their investigation to call 350-3107/8, 352-9774/5 or 911.
Detectives from the Central Detective Unit, Scenes of Crime Unit and uniformed divisions are conducting an intense investigation into the shooting, according to police.
Police are also urging the public to come forth with any information they may have on the homicides of 31-year-old Kiano Javier Martinborough and 29-year-old Sonny Anafolis, the third and fourth homicide victims for the year.
Both were shot in the Garden Villas area.
Martinborough was shot in the head on Sunday, May 8, 2011 sometime after 11:00 p.m.
When police arrived on Adventurer's Way after being notified about the shooting, officers came across Martinborough, who was lying on the ground suffering from a gunshot wound to the head.
He was pronounced dead shortly after being transported by ambulance to the Rand Memorial Hospital.
Anafolis, who was shot in the back of the neck on Monday, May 16, became paralyzed from his injuries and remained in critical condition until he died on Friday, May 27 at the Princess Margaret Hospital in New Providence.
Sources told The Freeport News that the deaths of Martinborough and Anafolis were connected, alleging that Anafolis was the intended victim the night Martinborough was killed.
The first homicide for the year occurred when 24-year-old Tamaro Johnson was stabbed on Sunday, March 8, outside of Club Rock N' Roll in the International Bazaar.
Johnson, who had received multiple stab wounds to the body, succumbed to his injuries the next day at the Rand Memorial Hospital.
Twenty-one-year-old Jonathan McKenzie and 18-year-old Darieo Demetrius Smith were charged with his murder.
Both will return to court on July 13, 2011 for a preliminary inquiry.
Forty-two-year-old Patrick Russell of Lewis Yard was killed on Monday, March 7, becoming the island's second homicide.
Russell had been sitting in his vehicle through an unpaved road between Weddell Avenue and Bruce Avenue when another vehicle approached and the occupants opened fire on him.
He sustained multiple gunshots wound about the body and was pronounced dead upon arrival at the Rand Memorial Hospital.
Twenty-eight-year-old Leonard Louis Barnett was charged with his murder.
Victor Whitfield Jones, 52, of Mangrove Cay, Andros died at the Princess Margaret Hospital on Thursday 11 August, 2011.
He is survived by his: wife: Agatha Jones; mother: Virginia Jones; son: Victor Jones Jr.; daughters: Sherquell Forbes and Victornique Jones; sisters: Dellamae Jones, Theresalyn Burrows, Lizerene Jones, Paulamae Taylor; brothers: Wellington, Joseph, and Leonard Jones; numerous nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Funeral Announcements will be announced at a later date.
A man arrested moments after a $5 armed robbery has been convicted.
A jury unanimously convicted Balmont Thompson of the 2012 hold-up after deliberating just over two hours.
According to the evidence, Thompson and two other men accosted three women as they were leaving the One Family Junkanoo Practice on Market Street.
Thompson took a Dooney and Bourke purse that contained $5 from one of the women, whom he had dashed to the ground.
The woman later saw Thompson walking with her purse. According to the evidence, the woman clipped Thompson with her car and he fired two shots, which struck the car's bumper.
Officers on patrol in the area heard the gunshots and arrested Thompson a short time later in Hospital Lane.
Thompson denied the allegations at his trial.
Justice Carolita Bethell will sentence him on May 29 at 2 p.m.
Anthony Delaney, Anishka Hanchell and Cordell Frazier prosecuted.
Gregory Hilton appeared for Thompson.
Funeral Service for Julienne Bastian, 75, of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, will be held on Saturday, December 18, 2010 at 10:00 am at Central Zion Church, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama. Officiating will be Rev. Elvis Burrows. Interment follows in the Harbour West Public Cemetery.
Left to cherish her memories are her five sons: Cecil and Audley Similien, Lemonte Louis, Jorel Saltine and Sonny Bastian; five daughters: Julie and Sonia Bastian, Madella Noel and Nancy Louis; two stepsons: Elvardo Russell, Dexter Davis; two stepdaughters: Takasa Smith and St. Helen Similien; 39 grandchildren: Sonny Louis, Andy Louis, Nadacate Outten, Linksacom, Neahkim, Julinkscia Walkins, Joel, Tanisha Noel, Cecil Simi ...
Three women and five men police allege were involved with Wednesday's Bank Lane riot were charged yesterday with offenses
that included causing public terror and disorderly behavior. Lynaire Bethel, 18, Derrick Adderly, 24, Lyndell Bethel, 18, Clinton Charles, 27, Jarvis Burrows, 29, all of Balls Alley, Jonnice Adderly, 25, of Hamster Road, Clinton Kemp, 18, of Shirley Street, and Fabien Rolle, 23, of Jubilee Gardens were arraigned before Magistrate Carolita Bethell. Police allege the group caused the disruption following the murder arraignment of Javan Colebrooke.
Officials of the National Anti-Drug Secretariat (NADS) in the Ministry of National Security, along with community leaders and members of the CEO Network, visited parts of the Farm Road and Centreville community yesterday as part of a joint initiative called 'United Against Crime'. The initiative proposes the use of former gang leaders, who are now community leaders, by government in the fight to reverse the rising crime, violence and social disorder that is impacting the country.
"They (community leaders) represent men who have a depth of experience in crime, [and in recognizing] that they have contributed to the social decay in our country, they have offered themselves to be a part of the solution," said CEO Network president Deborah Bartlett yesterday. "Anytime you want to clean up an area from anything that represents rebellion you must start with the environment."
The Ministry of National Security is seeking to inspire the people of all communities to take ownership of their personal, family and community responsibilities, said Bartlett. She told The Nassau Guardian yesterday that the Ministry of National Security has also been taking time over the last 11 months to develop United Against Crime based on requests from various community leaders for more opportunities, instead of handouts. She added that poor living conditions is a large contributing factor to the increasing crime levels. In order to successfully address this issue more community involvement is needed, she noted.
Sunlight Cottage and Toote Shop Corner both have dilapidated cars, piles of garbage and debris and a number of uncleared drains, which have added to the frustrations of area residents, according to Troy Symonette, a member of United Against Crime.
Director of the National Anti-Drug Secretariat (NADS) Captain Godfrey Rolle commented that the government alone cannot address crime without the involvement of the community. He added that the inner community leaders met with National Security Minister Tommy Turnquest in recent months
"I am enthused by the efforts I have seen from community leaders already and I invite corporate citizens, individuals and institutions to [contribute] to the initiative," he said.
Verdell Cargill, a resident of Farm Road, expressed that she was extremely concerned about the amount of garbage that has built up in the community, despite having placed her garbage outside for collection some three weeks prior, as did many other residents.
"My main concerns are the amount of garbage, the roaches and the mosquitoes that are around, especially considering the threat of dengue fever," she said yesterday in front of her home. "It was like this during the passing of Hurricane Irene and it's still like this now," said Cargill.
Funeral service for Ural "Ba Ural" Missick, 79 yrs., a resident of St. Mark Street, Nassau Village & formerly of Turks Island, who died on 19th August, 2011, will be held at First Holiness Church of God, Bamboo Town, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Walter Hanchell, assisted by Pastor Samuel McIntosh.
The 42nd version of the CARIFTA Games, staged here earlier this year, was yet another indication of the potential the Bahamian sports industry has. Our track and field athletes performed with the courage of lions.
The Bahamas' eight gold, 10 silver and 13 bronze medals (31 in total) were good enough for second to Jamaica's 29, 25 and 15 for a total of 69. The difference between Jamaica and The Bahamas was clear. The medal count demonstrated the superiority of our sister Caribbean nation. Bahamian observers were heartened however by a few signs.
Of course, there was the great junior athlete Shaunae Miller, who sent a message to the world about the talent in The Bahamas, with her sensational runs in the under-20 female 200 meters (22.77) and 400 meters (51.63). Miller will not be there for The Bahamas when the supreme Caribbean junior track and field event is held in Fort-de-France, Martinique next year. She has moved out of the junior category.
The talent depth is here, though, for others to emerge and give this country the numbers to make a stronger challenge against Jamaica for the title. Spectators, particularly Bahamians, would recall with pride the awesome combination of under-20 female sprinters Devynne Charlton and Carmiesha Cox.
Charlton zipped across the finish in 11.60, just a hair ahead of Cox (11.61) in the under-20 female 100 meters (m) final. They will be eligible for The Bahamas once again. They provide a prime example of the grit of the Bahamian athletes. Our athletes have always performed gallantly. They have demonstrated year after year, an unflinching spirit.
That indomitable characteristic was there to be found in Bradley Cooper and his teammates during the late 1970s, when The Bahamas began the surge to the top. During the early 1980s when the country arrived at the pinnacle of CARIFTA Games glory by winning (in 1980, 1981, 1983 and 1984), our athletes were not to be denied. The group of stalwarts who carried our banner in battle so magnificently included Mark Johnson, Wendell Lawrence, Joey Wells, Pauline Davis, Monique Miller, Whelma Colebrooke, Laverne Eve, Michael Newbold, Stanford Moss, Lynden Sands, Steve Wray, David Charlton, Fabian Whymms, Oralee Fowler and Maryann Higgs.
Sadly, while the talent reservoir in The Bahamas remains the envy of the region, the development program is nothing to brag about at all. In fact, the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) does not have a vibrant national development program. Quite frankly, the athletes who do so well for this country are those who come out of the school programs. Others surface because their parents/guardians can afford to pay coaches to train them.
While the BAAA grabs the credit, the truth is well known. The time has come for the BAAA to focus on structuring a national program that reaches into every corner of every community in the country. There once was a time when a strong effort was made in that direction. There are those now associated with the BAAA, who know of the ventures made by the organization into a variety of islands to find raw athletic products.
Subsequently, several attempts at talent-search programs stalled. Today, the BAAA does not have a strong development program that covers the entire country. As a result, the CARIFTA squads are constantly with the make-up that has New Providence out-numbering all of the other islands collectively. This situation has to change.
If it does, then, and only then, will The Bahamas be able to put up an incredibly strong challenge against Jamaica and ultimately reclaim the top status.
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Last rites for Hesley Brown, 60, of Mastic Point, North Andros, will be held on Saturday at 11am, at the Living Waters Church of God, in Mastic Point. Officiating will be Bishop Reginald Ferguson. Assisted by Pastor Lorenzo Harris; Interment in The Public Cemetery, Mastic Point Andros.
He is survived by three sons: Valentino, Ringo and Fabian Brown; Daughter: Maxcine Brown; Nine grandchildren: Rockey, Ashley and Payton Brown, Joudelle and Jonaz Pierre, Taynesha Brown, Justin Brown, Brendish and Fabian Brown Jr.; One brother: Burton Brown; Five aunts: Ruth Russell Ward, Deaconess Cleomie Russell Saunders Rev Mavis Gaitor, Sarah and Beatrice and Betty Russell of Freeport Grand Bahama; One u ...
The government has terminated the contract of Ludell Theophilus, who worked as a consultant in the Court Reporting Unit since 1999.
Last month, Theophilus reportedly received notice to vacate the Bay Street premises by December 31, nine months before her contract was set to expire on September 30, 2014. Government canceled the contract due to alleged breaches.
The move now raises questions about the future employment of the 22 court reporters who work for Theophilus' company, LET Consultancy, when the contract expires. The remaining 18 reporters work for the public service.
Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) President John Pinder told The Nassau Guardian yesterday that he is working to ensure that the private court reporters transition to the public service before the end of the year so there are no disruptions in the court.
Pinder said that reporters provide an essential service. He said more workers are needed for the new courts set to come on stream next year.
Privately contracted workers carried out industrial action in September over unpaid wages and the uncertainty of their careers.
The pay issues were resolved but the workers voiced concern about their future when Theophilus' contract comes to an end.
Theophilus, the first Bahamian to qualify as a court reporter, managed the public services reporters and her staff until this year.
That arrangement ended in January 2013 when Enith Darling was appointed as acting director of Court Reporting Services. Royanne Morrison and Judith Clare were appointed acting deputy directors.
However, they have not been paid for their services. Pinder said Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson has assured him those pay issues will soon be rectified.
Last rites for Elizzann Ferguson, 86, of The Forest Exuma will be held on Saturday at
11:00 A.M. at Palestine Union Baptist Church, The Forest Exuma. Officiating will be
Rev. Lynden Clarke assisted by Pastor Cedric Smith and other Ministers of Religion.
Interment in The Public Cemetery, Forest Exuma.
She is survived by One daughter—Lovie Clarke; Two sons—Charles Dexter Saunders and
Norman Ferguson; Granddaughters: Claudell Morris, Merna Fae, Patrice Cartwright, Virinia
Hepburn, Jade Curry; Grandsons: Renald, Charles and Justino Saunders, Darron Morris, Daxon
Curry, Romell Clarke, Terrell Clarke; Great grand children: Daranell and Daraneke Morris,
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
More than one-third of all Bahamian resorts - some 77 in total - would be "inundated" if sea levels rose one metre as a result of global warming a climate change, a new study has revealed, with the Bahamas facing infrastructure and tourism plant rebuilding costs of between $5.6 billion and $11 billion in 2050 if this phenomenon continues unchecked.
The Modelling the Transformational Impacts and Costs of Sea Level Rise in the Caribbean study, released by Caribsave and Oxford University researchers to coincide with the United Nations Climate Change conference in Cancun this week, underlined the dire economic and social consequences for the Baham ...
By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer
BENEVOLENCE is nothing new to Phyllis Garraway, Debbie Geear Bethell and the Yodephy Dance & Modelling Academy.
It has always been their inclination to increase the well being of those living in the community. In the past they have done so by hosting events that have benefited charitable organisations. They have donated much of their time to organising fashion shows for the Heart Ball, and have worked on numerous occasions with the Cancer Society and other organisations.
This week, the Yodephy oragnisation is hosting the "Strut For Life" 60 mile walk-a-thon in Long Island, to benefit REACH, and the Sister Sister Bre ...
A magistrate yesterday set bail at $50,000 with two sureties for a public school teacher accused of drug possession with intent to supply.
Colin Michael Evans, who is British, pleaded not guilty to a charge of marijuana possession with intent to supply at his arraignment before Deputy Chief Magistrate Carolita Bethell earlier this week.
According to defense attorney Dion Smith, who appeared for the bail hearing, Evans, who works at Sir Jack Hayward High School, has been in the country since 1984.
Evans, who has permanent residency, was arrested on Grand Bahama on October 12. According to police, officers from the Drug Enforcement Unit were on mobile patrol when they stopped and searched a gray car on Queens Cove Road. The officers allegedly found a crocus sack that contained 176 pounds of marijuana, with a wholesale street value of $176,000.
Smith said that Evans required lots of fluids because he had prostatitis, an inflammation of the prostate gland.
Bethell said she would inform the prison doctor about Evans' condition. His trial begins on May 9, 2012.
Magistrate Bethell also granted $50,000 bail with two sureties to the 61-year-old woman who police arrested after they allegedly found 111 pounds of marijuana in her home.
Beverly Rudella Laing of Lobster Avenue, Golden Gates, pleaded not guilty to a charge of marijuana possession with intent to supply.
Police allegedly found the drugs in a bedroom when they executed a search warrant on her home on October 12.
Her lawyer Shaka Serville said that Laing was on medication for a multiplicity of ailments, including hypertension, diabetes and issues with her thyroid and heart.
Her trial begins on May 8, 2012.
Nassau, Bahamas -
November 18th 2012, at Super Club Breezes the audience was presented
with a display of creativity displaced on the human body only similar to
showcases that have been seen in Vegas. Unique Facial Art & Design
presented "VOGA: Vision of the Gifted Artist."
Five artists showcased their work on 15 runway models. Lorie Hamel from
Canadian presented The Queen and Devils; Deeva also from Canada got the
crowd involved with her theme of Carnival. The two American artists
Mandi iLene and Della Morte stunned the audience with the theme of the
three elements, "Earth, Water & Fire", and Under the Deep Blue Sea
respectively. Selina, the host and owner of Unique