Obituaries

Retired Supt. Of Police Duston Babb

A Private Funeral Service for the late Retired Supt. Of Police Duston Babb, aged 84 years, of Sea Breeze Estates will be held on Friday May 15th, 2020, at the graveside at Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.  Officiating will be Canon Fr. Crosley Walkine.

In compliance with current Government regulations, attendance is limited to ten (10) family members.

Left to cherish his fond memories are his wife: Evelyn Babb; sons: Dale, Wayde, Kenrick, and Melvin Babb; daughters: Fayne Babb-Moss and Sandy Babb-Watkins; daughter-in-laws: Melvern and Enderenice Babb  granddaughters: Anya Mousis, Deenash Mackey, Whitley Watkins, Keturah, Phylicia, Waydera, Kadicia, Kaitlyn, Melanique, and Melisha Babb; grandsons: Kaiden Babb and Warren Watkins; brother: Jeffrey Babb of Barbados; sister: Ruby Jean Babb of New York; grandsons-in-law: George Mousis and Kerlano Mackey; sisters-in-law: Deborah Bootle, Patricia Bootle, Sandra Miller, and Astra Babb of Barbados; brother-in-law: Fritz Bootle; great-grandsons: Panagiotis, Stavros, and Andreas Mousis, Karter, Knoah, and Knico Mackey, Jake and Jagger Gotlieb; great-granddaughters: Knahla Mackey, Ryan Bain; niece: Joyann Lewis, Maxia Babb, Gina; niece-in-law: Karla Bootle; nephews: Allan(Neal) Lewis, Gay Lewis, Gregory Babb of Barbados  and Andrew George Babb of Canada; great-grandnephews/nieces: Kristoff Lewis, Kwame Lewis, Allan Lewis Jr., Elann Lewis, Ethan Ames, Zain and Zoe, Natasha, Robyn, and Brittany Babb; godchildren: Wilfred Jack Jr., Ralph Williams Jr., Christine Burrows, and Ovi Toote; cousins: Crestwell Babb and family, Melly Gibson and family, Patricia Babb and family, Phillipa Ford and family, Joan Sands and family, Garnelle Babb and family, Tamika Babb and family,Marcien McKenzie and family; Friends and other relatives: Retired officer Keith Mason and family, Mr. Patrick Gomez and family, Ambassador Ellison Greenslade and family, Dr. Kirk Culmer and family, Mr. Sylvester George, Ronald Campbell and all past and present members of the Royal  Bahamas Police Force Band, Mr. Ronald Simms, Superintendent Andrew Hunter, Superintendent Butler, Claudia Seymour, Collie Osoria and family, Violet Smith and family, Shirley Nottage and family, Viola Sweeting-Butler, Julie McIntosh, Vernelle Butler, Lucy Smith, Ruth Watkins and family, Tavaughn, Chadese, Shantece, Kermit Mackey and family, Atwel Ferguson and the Ferguson family, Pastor Ivan Carey and Victory Baptist family, past members of St. Augustine’s High School Band, past and present music students, Andy Gill and the Barbadian-Bahamian Association, Coolie Osoria, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Newbold, Bishop Arnold Josie and family, Mrs. Dorothy Jack and family, the Bootle family of Cooperstown Abaco, Michael Hepburn and the Hepburn family of Chippingham, Ms. Sally Hutchinson and family, Mrs. Lovely Allen and  Dr. Helen Stranchan-Moxey, Leon Reckley, Deloris Simms and family, the Curry family of Green Turtle Cay, Eugene Robinson, Zorene Curry, Enola Burke, Sandra Bain and family, Louise Harris and family, Louise Maycock and family, Melita Carey and family, Coralee Longley and family, Ms. Walter Thompson and family, Baitman Bain and family, Madelyne Farrington and family, Charles and the Davies family, Bishop Maralyn Thompson and family, Mrs. Elizabeth Cudjoe, Candy Lloyd, Bishop Degranda Franks and family of Miami, Hon. Mr. Perry and Mrs. Christie and family, Mrs. Paula Miller and family, Ms. Carmille Johnson and family, St. Matthew’s Church family, Rev. Crosley Walkine, Mrs. Jackie Micklewhite, the Green Turtle Cay community, Mrs. Minnis and the prayer group, and Malcolm Road M.C.C.A. Methodist Church family, Dr. Margo Munroe, Dr. Charles Johnson, and Dr. Winston Campbell, New Bethlehem family, St. Micheal’s Anglican Church band, and a host of other friends and relatives too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians & Crematorium, #44 Nassau Street on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

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