HEADLEYGwendolin affectionately known as “Hilda Marshall” (former school meals worker)

Address: Clifton Hill, St. Thomas

 

Daughter of the late Millicent Marshall

 

Mother of Franklyn Marshall (Invest Barbados), Yvonne Beckles (Sandy Lane Hotel) and Victor Marshall

 

Grandmother of Tanya & Amoury Beckles and the late Ronrick Marshall,

Great grandmother of Maliya Ward and Hailey Harewood,

 

Sister of Undine Reid (UK), Eva Harewood, Moses Marshall and the late Samuel Marshall, Rita Hinkson and Mildred Best,

 

Aunt of Coral Clarke, Judy Gulstone and Annette Trent all of the USA, Bentley Hinkson, Joyce Murray, Kay Browne, Wilfred Marshall, Andy Goodridge, Valma Walkes, Anthony Harewood, David Marshall (UK), and many others,

 

Great aunt of Paula Marshall Springer and many others

 

Mother-in-law of the late Elron Beckles

 

Relative of the Marshall, Headly and Gaskin families

 

Friend of Donna Best-Frederick, Sonia Connell and the staff of Golden Towers Nursing Home

 

The funeral of the late Gwendolin Headley leaves L. E. Smith Funeral Home, St.Michael’s Row, Bridgetown at 8.00 am on Saturday, February 2, for Clifton Hill Moravian Church, St.Thomas, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 9.30 am for a Thanksgiving Service followed by the interment in the churchyard.

The organist and members of the church choir are kindly asked to attend.

Floral tributes should be delivered to the funeral home no later than 6.00 pm on Friday and at the church

Viewing takes place on Friday from 3 – 5 in the chapel of L.E. Smith Funeral Home and at the church from 8.30 am until the start of the service.

Condolences may be sent to lesmithfuneralhome@gmail.com

Condolences may be sent to lesmithfuneralhome@gmail.com

MAXWELL –Erwin Ricardo Antonio “Maxi” or “Muttley” aged 64 years Inspector at the Barbados Water Authority and formerly of the Transport Board

Address: Lot 15 Farmers, St.Thomas

Son of Millicent Maxwell of the UK

Husband of Margaret Maxwell of B.W.A.

Father of Julia Maxwell and the late Jabari Maxwell

Grandfather of Faith Maxwell and Leon Small,

Brother of Charmaine Sealey, Steve Maxwell, Barbara and Paul Salmon and the late Kevin Maxwell all of the UK,

 

Uncle of Shammah, Elijah and Joshua Salmon, Angelica Downes and many others

Nephew of Muriel Maxwell-Niles, Heather Lopey, Randy Maxwell and Viola Clarke,

Cousin of Judy Bascom, Jennifer Alleyne, the Clauzel, Lopey, Bascom, Maxwell and Sawyer families of the UK

Son-in-law of Lucille Ward, Pauline Cadogan and the late St. Clair Cadogan

Brother-in-law of Betty Ward (Nation), Winston, Winfield and Kathy-Ann Cadogan, Sonia Worrell, Cheryl Forde and Hughvon Sealey

Godfather of Peta Smith,

Friend of Victor Hunte, James Watson, David Ward and many others,

Relative of the Barrett, Bascom, Batson, Cadogan, Forde, Ward and Worrell families

 

The funeral of the late Erwin Ricardo Antonio Maxwell leaves L.E. Smith Funeral Home, St. Michael’s Row at 11.45 am on Monday January 28, 2019 for Church of the Nazarene, Bank Hall, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 1.00 pm for a Service of Thanksgiving.  The cortege will then proceed to the St.James Cemetery for the interment.

 

Flowers may be sent to L.E Smith Funeral Home, St. Michael’s Row, no later than 11.00 am on Monday.

 

SHAQUILLE ANTHONIO TOPPIN

aged 24 years, of Retreat Terrace, Black Rock, St. Michael, entered into rest on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. Well-known and talented Tattoo Artist & Owner of Beyond Creations Tattoo Parlour.

 

Beloved son of Pollinea Gibson-Toppin and Tony Toppin

 

Brother of Zonel Forde and Wisman Gibson

 

Uncle of Shekinah Forde and Jazarah Gibson

 

Nephew of Sherel Gaskin, Donald and Patrick Smith (Canada), Stephen and Peter Smith, Ronald Marshall, Pamela and Esther Smith, Jennifer and Ordene Toppin and Ryan Dawe

 

Cousin of Tamira Waithe, Tisha King (Canada), Joyann Smith, Rochelle Davis and many others

 

Relative of the Toppin, Smith and Clarke families

 

Friend of Omar, Colin, Lamar, Greg, Ria, Katrina, Ahmare, Anthony, Danny (Driving Instructor), Ricardo, Dwayne, Fabian, Black Spurs Football Club, Anthony Shorey, the Fishermen of Pile Bay Beach, André and many others too numerous to mention.

 

The funeral leaves CLYDE B. JONES FUNERAL HOME Top Rock, Christ Church on Thursday, January 31 at 11:30 a.m. for New Dimensions Ministries, Barbarees Hill, St. Michael where relatives and friends are warmly invited to share in a Service of Thanksgiving at 1:00 p.m. TRIBUTES WILL COMMENCE AT 12:30 P.M. The cortege will then proceed to Frangipani Lawns of Coral Ridge Memorial Gardens, The Ridge, Christ Church for the interment. Floral tributes may be delivered to CLYDE B. JONES FUNERAL HOME no later than 10:30 a.m. on Thursday.  Visitation takes place at the Chapel of CLYDE B. JONES FUNERAL HOME on Wednesday, January 30 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

                                     MOURNING COLOURS ARE OPTIONAL.

                                       

To express condolences visit www.clydebjonesfuneralhome.com      

POWERS –Mark Antonio aged 45 years

Address: Peat Bay, Merrick’s, St.Philip

Son of the late Carmen Powers & Vernal Massiah,

Father of Shamia Morgan (student of Springer Memorial School),

Brother of Yvonne Abraham, Errol Powers, Winifred Williams, Anne, Andrew, Roger, Gale & and the late Cheryl & Sonia Powers,

Uncle of: Gail Powers-Yard, Kelly, Samantha, Andre’& Keomal Powers, Shane & Shawn Broomes, Nicole & Nicholas Harris, Dwayne Brown (UK) Caren Williams, Dario Ward, Juliana Carrington & Akeem Gill,

Nephew of Lewis Powers

Cousin of many,

Relative of the Mayers family of Pipers Ave, Bayville, the Moore & Alleyne families of Buckingham Road and

Friend of Ronald Roach.

 

The funeral of the late Mark Antonio Powers leaves L.E. Smith Funeral Home, St. Michael’s Row at 9.45 am on Wednesday January 30, 2019 for First Baptist Church where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 11.00 am for a Service of Thanksgiving.  The cortege will then proceed to the Westbury Cemetery for the interment.

 

Viewing takes place on Tuesday from 3 – 5 at the chapel of L.E. Smith Funeral Home.

 

Flowers may be sent to L.E Smith Funeral Home, St. Michael’s Row, no later than 10.00 am on Wednesday.

 

Aged 80, affectionately known as “Henny or Hendy” of New Dawn Senior Citizens and Nursing Home, Colleton Land, St. John and formerly of St. Andrew and the U.K, Father of Lennox Small Junior, Grandfather of Joelle, Chelsea and Lindsey, Brother of Wilma Goodridge and Benjamin Licorish, Uncle of Beth Davidson, Joan Stallings and Hal Goodridge, Cousin of many, Father-in-law of Michelle Small all of U.S.A, Friend of many.

 

The funeral of the late Lennox Henderson Small leaves  L.E Smith Funeral Home, St Michael’s Row, Bridgetown on (tomorrow) Thursday at 8:15 a.m. for the St John’s Parish Church, St John,  where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 10:00 a.m. for the service of thanksgiving.

 

The cortege will then proceed to the St John Cemetery for the interment.

 

The organist and members of the choir are asked to attend.

The Enterprise Growth Fund is seeing an increase in the number of people who are interested in starting renewable energy businesses.

Speaking during a media briefing this morning, the fund’s chief executive officer, Timothy Simmons, said they are facilitating Barbadian entrepreneurs in an effort to expand the renewable energy sector.

He added that over the years the fund has disbursed 214 million Barbados dollars in loans to 331 small and medium size enterprises.

 

The state-owned Transport Board says it’s doing its best to have an adequate number of buses on the road by the start of the new school term next week, but its Board Chairman Gregory Nicholls warns that the board continues to have challenges.

Speaking in an interview with Starcom Network News, Mr. Nicholls said they now have more buses available than during a particularly difficult period late last year, but are not yet up to the number he’s aiming for by month-end.

Mr. Nicholls notes that the age of the fleet is a big problem.

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