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Samuel Rueben "Rex, Sugar Ray" Seymour

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Funeral service for Samuel Rueben "Rex", "Sugar Ray" Seymour, 74 yrs., a resident of Park Ave., Gleniston Gardens & formerly of Orange Creek, Cat Island, will be held at Grants Town Wesley Methodist Church, Baillou Hill Road & Chapel Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Carla Culmer, assisted by Rev. Jevon Neely & other Ministers of the Gospel. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
Cherished and fondest memories are held by his dutiful and loving wife Vernita; 6 sons: Chief Officer (HMP) Edwin (Sivle), Anthony (Eleanor), Dave, Haydon (Arlene), Ruben and Joey Orlando Seymour; 6 daughters: Sharon (Gabriel) and Nurse Andrea (Curtis), Michelle, Tina Louise Seymour, Tanya and Nurse Camille Seymour-Johnson (Delano); 18 grand children: Teekesha and Khari Thompson, Sherry, Janay, Heather, Jamal, Casuarina, Anthony and Katrina Seymour, Delanique, Gabrielle, A'Treyo, Julian Jr., Travis, and Shania Johnson, Krystal Brown and Yolanda Erhabor; 1 brother: Benjamin Seymour, 3 sisters: Melvese Seymour, Emma Cowan of Freeport, Grand Bahama and Veronica Stickler of Colorado Springs, Colorado; 11 nephews: Benjamin Jr.,Omar and Brendon Seymour, Clifford Jr., Jerry and Cleo Rahming, Dennis and Eugene Cowan of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Patrick Johnson, Richard Dames and Cale Stickler of Colorado Springs, Colorado; 9 nieces: Yvonne and Patrice Seymour, Lisa Seymour-Allen, Wendy Bannister, Jacqueline Rahming, Antoinette Munnings, Catherine Farquarhson, Nadine Frazier and Brenetta Cowan of Freeport, Grand Bahama; 3 grand nieces: Brendemique Seymour, Patrinique Johnson and Shadya Cowan of Freeport, Grand Bahama; 1 grand nephew: Patrick Johnson Jr.; Other family and friends including: Theresa Sands, Dania Louis, Trina Marche, Clay, Kent, Glen, Allan and Adrian Adderley, Vera, Stacia, Corey and Brandford Chase, Cynthia, Gavin, Dwayne and Brando Gibson, Elizabeth Stubbs, Karen Stubbs-Bethel, Dayla Stubbs-Coleby, Colette Stubbs-Jones, Karen Minnis, Kelson and Kimball Stubbs, Ethel Rolle, Shirley Moncur and Family, Asst. Police Commissioner Emrick Seymour and Family, Floyd Seymour and Family, Nathalie Bonaby, Bishop Tueton and Eleana Stubbs and Family, Carolyn Seymour and Family, Georgiemae Bain and Family, Linamae Philips and Family, Iris Thompson and Family, Teddy Johnson and Family, Rev. J.J. Hepburn and Family, Beverly Deal and Family, Brad Styles and Family, Austin Hepburn and Family, Merlene Stubbs and Family, Keith Thompson and Family, Francita, Remelda, Miriam and Henry Seymour, Emmaline Lockhart, Astrid Brooks, Amy Poitier, Eloise Richardson, Miriam and Sherry Storr, Edith Roach, Althea Stubbs, Cynthia Stuart, Elmond Stuart, Rhoda Stuart, Debbie and Olivia Campbell, Solomon Stuart, Elva Stubbs, The Johnsons, Culmers, Moncurs, Kings, Hepburn's, Forbes, Roach, Delanceys, Thompsons, Maycocks, Bain, Newbolds, Bethels Families, The Ascension Methodist Church, Nurse Naomi Christie Centre, Staff of Her Majesty's Prison, Staff of Elizabeth Estates Clinic, Dr. Jillian Bartlette, Dr. McHardy, Dr. Robinson, The Management and Staff of The Princess Margaret Hospital Male Medical I, The d' Albenas Agency, Staff of Ann's Town Clinic, Staff of City Lumber Yard, Staff of Ministry of Works (Road and Parks), The Bahamas Customs Staff (Registry) and the community of Orange Creek, Cat Island and a host of relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.
Published in The Nassau Guardian on Nov. 22, 2012
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