Funeral service for Alexander Joseph Bullard, 57 yrs., a resident of #14 Pebel St., Goombay Drive, Golden Gates #1, will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Boyd Road, on Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 1:45 p.m. Officiating will be Msgr. Simeon Roberts, Msgr. Alfred Culmer
Ellamae Theresa Walkes, 70 yrs, a resident of Sumer Haven, died at PMH on July 2, 2018.
She is survived by 1 son: Leafrith Walkes; 5 grandchildren: Jermaine, Stephen, Walkes, Ardisha Duncombe, Paul Farquharson, Bradley Duncombe; sisters & brothers & a host of other relatives &
Franklyn Bodie Sr. 78 yrs., a resident of Sea Breeze East & formerly Barre-Tarr Exuma died at his residence on Thursday July 12th, 2018.
He is survived by his wife: Leona Bodie; 2 daughters: Michelle Bodie-Cleare & Kim Bodie; 4 sons: Franklyn Bodie Jr., Lester Smith,
Frank “Curly Key” Brown 72 yrs., a resident of Kennedy Sub-divison & formerly of Rolleville, Exuma died at PMH on Thursday July 12th, 2018.
He is survived by his 1 son: Kevin Brown; 1 daughter: Natasha Brown; 1 stepson: Kenny Rolle; nieces including: Min. Alma Clarke
Maria Gary, 49 yrs., a resident of Seymour Street, Yellow Elder Gardens died at PMH on Monday July 16th, 2018.
She is survived by her daughter: Mone’t Riley; 6 sisters: Deidre Richardson, Ernestine Moss, Charlene Gray, Tania Gray, Dazelle Gray-Johnson, Demecca Musgrove; 3 brothers: Glen, Don &
David Renaldo Ward. 42 yrs., a resident of #70 Water Street, Big Pond, died at his residence on Friday July 12th, 2018.
He is survived by his daughter: Dajah Ward; 6 sisters: Malinda Greenslade, Shanny Ward, Debbie Carter, Tiffany Barton, Antoinette Sawyer and Eleanor Williams; 5
Harlon Gittens Sands, 33 yrs., a resident of John Road West, died PMH on Tuesday July 17th, 2018.
He is survived by his Mother: Enamae Gittens; father: Harlon Sands Sr.; 1 daughter: Brianna Sands; grandmother: Bleva Mae Gordon; sisters: Latonia, Latoya, Javon, Derecka, Hylanda, Lincy, Brittany
In this image made available Thursday July 19, 2018, London Zoo unveils a Humboldt penguin chick after they nursed it back to health after its parents accidentally stepped on its egg and broke it. The zoo says keepers were astonished to find that the chick, nicknamed Rainbow, was still alive inside the broken egg, so they rushed the chick to the zoo’s clinic, where vets transferred her to an incubation room. AP
LONDON (AP) — London Zoo says a premature baby penguin has been nursed back to health after her parents accidentally stepped on her egg and broke it.
The zoo says keepers were astonished to find that the female Humboldt penguin chick, nicknamed Rainbow, was still alive