Obituaries

Vernon Harrington Thomas

MEMORIAL SERVICE

Private Memorial Service for Vernon Harrington Thomas age 52 of Pink Apple Close off Bellot Road and formerly of West End, Grand Bahama who died on July 22, 2020 will be held on Monday August 3, 2020 at 5:00 pm. Officiating will be Brother Todd Drakes.

The Services will be Streamed Live Via Zoom and YouTube.

He is survived by his wife: Shaneeka Thomas; parents, Dennis and Cora Mae Thomas; other parents, Wilbert and Marsha Fox, Robert Sr. And Joan Nixon; brothers, Oscar(Jessica) Thomas, Owen(Ervin) Thomas, Bradley Brown, Robert Jr. (Mandy) Nixon and Terrance Fox; sisters, Elsa(Blake Sr.) Bartlette, Bonita Brown and Cathy Fox; In Laws, Max and Helen Dean, Norman and Deardra Rahming, Lamar and Kahan Dean, Tamal and Trudy Dean and Ryan Dean; uncles, Dudrick, Ashley, Pedro Edwards, Lloyd and Clive Francis (Trinidad) and Nickolas Rolle; aunts, Bertha, Carol and Judy Edwards, Sherma, Rose and Yvonne Francis, Gloria and Greatha Thomas all of Trinidad, Mae and Patsy Fawkes and Icley Mackey; nieces and nephews, Blake Bartlette Jr., Blaante’ Bartlette, Ostia, Ostonya, Oscar Thomas Jr., Toria, Clarence and Arnold Pratt, Patrick Brown Jr., Brandon, Bradley Jr. And Branden Brown, Jada, Danielle, Cydni, Aaron and Aria, Jahmari, Terrence Jr. and John Cory Fawkes; cousins, Stephan and Vera Brown of California, Alitha and Leon Carrol, Nathanier Brown, Britley and Pedro Edwards Jr., Keisha Edwards, Ann Marie and David Edwards, Ashia, Ashley, Kristoff and Charles Jr.; grandnieces and nephews, Janae, Jaylah and Jadorie Pratt; other special relatives and friends including: the Entire West End Community, The Abaco Community and its Cays, the Worldwide Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses and a host of other family and friends too numerous to mention.

Viewing will be held in the Legacy Suite of Vaughn O. Jones Memorial Center, Mt. Royal Ave. And Talbot Street on Friday from 12:00 Noon to 3:00 pm. Cremation will follow.

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