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Turquoise Funeral Service for Renado Alpheaurs Minns, 23, of Bimini Avenue, off Market Street South will be held on Saturday, March 17, 2012 at 11am at Free In Jesus Miracle Deliverance Temple, Wulff Road. Rev. Ivan Marshall, assisted by Evangelist Benjamin Pratt will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.
The Radiance of this “Turquoise of A Gem” will always glow in the hearts of his:
One Daughter: Rihanna;
Father: Kelson Demeritte;
Mother: Ava Minns;
Grand Mother: Minister Elena Minns;
Great Grand Mother: Hazel Bullard of Port Howe, Cat Island;
Step Mother: Patricia Demeritte;
Step Father: Leroy Sands;
Four Brothers: Joshua, Jo ...
Funeral Service for the Late Ernest Strachan Sr., 66 years of #73 West Street, will be held on Saturday September 3rd, 11:00 a.m. at Free In Jesus Deliverance Miracle Temple. Wulff Road. Minister Derek Feaste and Minister Randy Feaste will officiate. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive.
He is survived by His Wife: Saphora Strachan; Sisters Eloise Colebrooke also known as 'MOM", and Ellen Strachan; Six Sons: Ernest Jr., David, Javin, Emory, Carson and Elton Strachan; One Adapted Son: Larvardo Dorsett; Three Daughters: Carla, Shaquel and Shankera Strachan; Fourteen Grandchildren: Shaneria, Katicia, Ernest Jr. III, Daivanna, Jordan, David Jr., Amery , Shammah, Emory Jr. Carseonique Strachan, Ryan and Carlicia Armbrister; One Uncle: James Strachan of Hollywood Florida; One
Expecting son-in-law: Brian Armbrister; Three Daughters-in-law: Sarah, Sharlise andCheryl Strachan; Sisters-in-law: Gloria Strachan, Anita, Bloneva and Martha Edgerton of Miami Florida; Brothers-in-law: James Ingraham, Calvin Edgerton and Maurice Darling of Miami Florida; Nephews: Mario, Johnny, Javon Strachan, andHenry Rolle; Nephew-in-law: Anisley Sr.; Five Nieces: Rochelle, Jarnice, Tracey,Margaret and Juanita Strachan, Latoya Rolle and Katrina Rolle-Whyms; Three Grand Nieces: Gina, Meriloquia and Juliette Strachan; Seven Grand Nephews: John and Chavez Strachan, Anisley Brown, Paul Whyms, Lynden, Lebron and Leton Johnson; Cousin: Darnell Bastian and Family; Special friend: Carolyn Dorsett; Other Relative and Friends including: Ernestine Stuart and Vernita McKenzie, Patrick Brown, Bernadette Rolle and Family, Stephen Hepburn and Family, Bill Smith, Edgar Carey, Avery Burrows, Jarvis Rolle, West Street Family, Big Pond Family, Yellow Elder Family, Department of Environmental Health, Solid Waste Mgt. Division Family, Free in Jesus Family, Herbie and Family, Magnus Gordon and Family, The Thompson Family and Samuel Miller (Big Dog), Bernard Family, George Strachan, Mrs. Ruth and Family, David and Family, David Fowler and Family, Christopher Adderley and Family, Shirley Sweeting and Family, Philip Mycklewhyte and Family, Kelsie and Family, Arade and Family, Shelly, Shorts, Mr. Martin, Josey Smiley, Dera, Tye, Sherlly, Danny, Walty, Mona, and Kitty and Family.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
Sapphire Funeral Service For Mr. Harrison Stubbs Sr., 41, of Mango Street, Nassau Village will be held on Sunday, September 12, 2010 at 12noon at Free In Jesus Miracle Deliverance Temple, Wulff Road. Prophet Trevor Stubbs, assisted by Pastor Lawrence McKenzie will officiate and burial will be in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.
The Radiance of this "Sapphire of A Gem" will always glow in the hearts of his:
Wife: Meecha Stubbs;
Six Children: Gabriella, Tamekia, Ajee, Patra, Harrison Jr. and Todd;
Mother: Leronie Katherine Stubbs;
Six Brothers: Prophet Trevor and Clifford Stubbs Sr., Ashley, Carlton, Dudrick and Pedro Edwards;
Five Sisters: Royann Charlton, Claudette and Marg ...
Today marks the third day of Holy Week. As many Bahamians are aware, Holy Week is observed on the Christian calendar every year commemorating and focusing on the travails as well as eventual death of Jesus Christ. It marks the culmination of the Lenten season which, according to custom, lasts for 40 days.