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Bernard Christopher “Panther” Taylor | Funeral Service

Funeral service for Bernard Christopher “Panther” Taylor, 47 yrs., a resident of Tyler Street, will be held at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic Church, Deveaux Street, on Saturday, August 4, 2018 at 1:30 p.m.  Officiating will be Deacon Maxwell Johnson. Cremation follows.

He is survived by his:

Father, Phillip Sturrup; Sisters Carolyn Taylor, Donna Smith-Wallace, Phillipa Sturrup-Rolle and Portia Sturrup; Adopted brothers: Roberto Goodman and Andrew Campbell

Aunts: Saveletta Minnis, Beatrice and Phyllis Taylor, Rosalie Neymour

Uncles: Thaddeus Minnis and Samuel Taylor

Nieces and nephews: Jasmine and Jamaal Lewis, Yolanda Goodman, Antonio and Caryn Francois, Shonte Sturrup, Karl Jr and Karla Wallace, Ayden Pratt and Antonae Francois

Brother-in-Law: Karl Wallace

Godchildren: Kyrsten Cox and Trivette Cartwright

Other relatives and friends: Andrew Hillhouse, Janet, Diane, Linda, Leonard, Mark, Kevin, Kathleen, Henrietta and Valderez Miller, Susan, Betty, Kelly, Helen, Hetty Goodman and family, Monique, Marguerite, Yvette, Carlton, Annette, Diane B, Miriam, Gloria, Brian, Edward, Tony, Jackie. Numerous cousins in Inagua, Long Island, Grand Bahama and New Providence. His friends: Ricardo Williamson, Ryan Dorsette, Cornelius Gray, Jeffery Thompson, Tavares and Maryella Coakley, Kirk Bridgewater, Jennie Moree, James Miller, Donald Rolle, The Taylor, Pratt, Minnis and Cartwright family, the Windsor Lane, Young and Deveaux Streets and Long Wharf crew.

Special thanks to Gwen Smith and family, the staff at Doctors Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital, Yvette Butler, Gaynell Moss and Leandra Stuart.

The family of Bernard Christopher offers our deepest apologies for any names not mentioned please know that it is unintentional. We love you all and thank you for your support.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte’s Funeral Home, Market Street, from 12-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 12:30 p.m. until service time.

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