Private service for the late Percival Roland Smith age 68 years of Cable Beach will be held on Thursday, September 10th, 2020 at First Baptist Church, Market Street & Coconut Grove. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Diana Francis. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
He was predeceased by his son: Domonic Smith
Left to cherish his memories are his Sons: Percy Smith, Lamont Smith Sr., Brandon Smith Daughters: Alicea Smith-Jennings, Natasha Smith, Nadia Smith, Kendra Smith, Chamaro Smith, Shivalia Smith; Grandchildren: Lamont Smith Jr., Dominique Smith, Oneisha Smith, Arianna Jennings, Taliyah Smith, Arianna Smith, Faith Smith, Chardae Jennings, Tamaruy Smith, Londyn Smith, Charmon Jennings Jr., Caleb Wilson, Takhi Smith Great grandchildren: Jaiden Dorsette and Savannah Munroe Son in Law: Charmon Jennings Sr. Daughters in Law: Takia Edgecombe-Smith and Iena Smith Step- Children: Mavrick, Donovan and Branee Major ieces: Christine Bridgewater, Geneva Dean, Shelly Stubbs, Vanria Greene, Linda Smith Nephew: Vandyke Pearce; Cousin: Kendley Smith and Family Special Friend: Burnedette Major Best Friend: Angela Williamson Numerous Family and Friends: Roger and Ronald Newman, Tommy Thompson, Ashton Greenslade, Clifford Ferguson, Acer Mackey, Patrick Brown, Christopher Bain, Melissa Allen-Maynard, Kendal Brookes, Esther McKinney and family, Cynthia Cox and family, Sandy Rolle and family, Alice Thompson and family, George Robinson Jr and The Base Road Bar Crew, Christopher Strachan, Betty Kemp, Gary Allen, Joycelyn Louis, Willie Jullian, Kenwood Bethel, Jeffery Mcintosh, Ashley, Rubin, Jason Tatem, Darvin Rolle, Marvin Clarke, Percy ‘Vola’ Francis, Daniel Smith, Roland Lazard, Dwight and Faron Newbold, Godfrey Simms, William Hepburn, Darron Knowles, Pizzario Brennen, Marilyn and Vincent Mckenzie, Kirkwood and Latoya Paul, Anika Williamson-Darville, Colliemae Ferguson, Capt. Louis Hart, Carmella Cooper, The Hart family, Ulric Smith and Family, Larue Miller, Crispin Cleare, Smith’s Motel # 1 & 2 Family, Numerous members of Royal Bahamas Police Force, Sparkle Wash and special thanks to Dr. Fredrick Smith and his healthcare team. To those we have missed, we appreciate you.
THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC VIEWING.