Funeral service for Hezekiah Rodney Newbold, 74 yrs., a resident of #16 Melrose Street, South Beach & formerly of Orange Creek, Cat Island, will be held at Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard Roads, on Saturday, December 19, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor Rickeno R. Moncur, assisted by other Ministers of the Gospel.
He is survived by his partner of 30 years, and Common Law Wife Marilyn Ramotar; step sons: Garriston, Narine Ramotar, Lathario Rahming and Ellison Wells; step daughter: Raquel Ramotar; Brothers: Milton, Cedric (Idell) and Anthony Newbold (Dr. Barbara); Sisters: Rev. Dr. Joan Newbold and Evangelist Willamae; Aunt: Nurse Palma Stubbs –Pratt (Freeport); Nephews including: Andre (Kim) Newbold and Julian (Latesha) Newbold (Eleuthera), Keyovano McKenzie; Nieces: Elle Newbold-Semenov (California), Shandrea Newbold, Felicia, Regia, Raisa, Kayla, Katyo, Rekayalah Knowles and Cheerese, Kiola, Ashley Newbold and Pat Miller (Freeport); Grand Children: Lawrielle Taylor, Garriston Jr, Graycie and Liam Ramotar; Mother in law: Paula Munroe; Caretaker: Trene Leadon Johnson; Brother in law: Randolph Sr. and Delano Munroe, Grafton Reckley and Osmond Munnings; sisters in law: Sherilyn Munroe, Lorraine Reckley and Melony Munnings; Other relatives and friends including: Cassandra Demeritte, Norma Clarke, Shelia Brown, Christabelle Ferguson, Eleanor Bullard, Maxine Munroe, Ethel Lundy, Rev. Edmund Stubbs descendants of Benjamin, Claudius and Rev. Aaron Stubbs, the Stubbs, Newbold, King, Gaitor, Ambrose Bonamy family, and entire settlements of Dumfries, Wilson Bay and Orange Creek and their respective communities; Jim Munroe, the Golden Isles crew.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte’s Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-5:00 p.m. on Friday.