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Herman Ezra Coleby | Funeral Service

Semi Military Service for the late Retired ASP Herman Ezra Coleby aged 75 years, of Meadows Blvd and formerly of Nichols Town, Andros will be held on Friday March 6th, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at Grace Community Church, Palmetto Village. Officiating will be Senior Pastor Lyall Bethel assisted by Pastor Stuart Kelly, Pastor Carlyle Peart, Pastor Marcel Lightbourne, Rev’d Fr. Stephen Davies and Rev’d Fr. Neil Nairn.  Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

He is predeceased by his loving daughter Ava and son Clayton Coleby.

Left to cherish his fond and loving memories are his loving Wife: Dorothy Coleby; Children: Retired Chief Petty Officer Desmond (Roslyn) Coleby, Fern-Stacey, Tovar, Tracey and Indira Coleby; Grandchildren: Lavardo (Kivonne) Coleby, Latoya, Leah, Lathario, Logan, Ianthie and Savannah; Great-Grandchildren: Laveah, Lavari Coleby and Mia Smith; Sisters in law: Hazel and Pemula Coleby, Meryl Mackey, Maryanne and Lorraine Rolle; Brothers-in-law: Bartholomew Bowleg, John Woodside, Kirk, Clyde and Ishmael Rolle; Aunt and Uncle: Bernard and Gloria Evans; Nephews and Nieces from Coleby Lineage: Ricardo, Mary, Helen, Vanria, Penal, Shenia, Patrice, Patricia Barone, Rossano Sr., Rocco, Derek, Robin, Rosita, Rhonda, Vincentia, Gail, Karen, Fr. Nairn, Ray, Rochelle, Jenai, Greg, Karen, Loran, Edwina, Cherely, Kendrick, Rendall, Dennis, Lennox, Elcott, Dwight, Carson, Elscene, Ricky, Wayde, Tony, Cynteche, Judith, Andrew, Ava, Richard, Charles, Veldia, Vanessa, Alginal, Kevin, Sophia, Anethera, Helen, Branford, Angela, Lynette, Lawrence Jr., Vivian, Sandy, Shandrice and Athyia; Nephews and Nieces from Evans Lineage: Donald and Neville Evans, Christopher, Andrea, Faye Oliver, Van and Latoya Mackey, Uncle Junior kids, Baxter, Jeremy, Gabrielle and Arielle Rolle, Donovan Rolle, Antonio, Lavano, Lavonnia and Latonya Rolle, Dominic Evans, Anthranique Mather and Jacquon Rolle; Grandnephews and grandnieces too numerous to mention; Godchildren: Tamika Evans and Pylara Russell; Other Relatives and Friends include: Benjamin Rahming, Anne and Edwin Lightbourne, Iris Russell and family, Peter and Sandra Russell and Family, Pat Butler and Family, Rosalie Minus, Sylvestre George and the Walking Buddies, Clara Evans and Family, Thomas Evans QC and family, Harris Evans and family, Milton Evans and family, Anthony Evans and Family, Derry Evans and Family, Maisie Evans and Family, Shannel Evans and Family, Senior Pastor Lyall Bethell and Family, Senior Pastor Emeritus Rex Major, Elder Cyril Peet and Family, Pastor Stuart Kelly and Family, Pastor Carlyle Peart and Family, Elder Andy Knowles and Family, Elder Cardinal McCardy and Family, Elder Dave Hanna and Family, Allison Kelly and the Grace Ushers Ministry, Grace’s Hospital Prayer Group, Grace Men’s Prayer Small Group, The Sumner Family, The McDonald Family, The Richard-Evans Clan, The Nicholl’s Town Association, Dr. Dionne Dames-Rahming, Dr. Graham Cates, The Burke Family, The Kerr Family, The Stubbs Family, The Bostwick Family, The Cleare Family, Yvette Treco and Family, Valarie Basden and Family, Yvonne Bannister and Family, Sandra and Yorick Evans, Eddie Francis and Naomi Brown, Delina Poitier, Janet Nixon, Velma Cartwright, Virginia Knowles, Gwendolyn Stuart, Cheryl Lightbourne Debbie Bain, Beverley Symonette, Barbara Dorsette, Clara McPhee, Helen Thompson, Joanna Coleby and Olga Wilson, Ruby Hepburn, Members of the All Saints Anglican Church Senior Choir, The Anglican Church Women, Canon Sebastian Campbell and Family, Father Stephen Davies and Family and Father Berkley Smith and Family. We apologize to the relatives and friends that were very fond of Herman whose names were not mentioned. We want you to know that it was not intentionally forgotten.

 

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians & Crematorium, #44 Nassau Street on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the Church onFriday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

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