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Samuel Glasgow Bain

Samuel Glasgow Bain

5/28/2018 10:03:07 AM

Funeral Service for the late Samuel Glasgow Bain age 68 years of #49 Sapphire Ridge Drive, San Souci will be held on Saturday May 26th, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting Street. Officiating will be Pastor Timothy Stewart assisted by other ministers of the Gospel. Interment will follow in Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Meeting Street.

 

 

Left to remember and reflect his life are his wife: Sandra Bain; children: Sonia, Simone, Andrew and Danielle Bain; adopted children: Jim McKenzie and Mya Minnis; mother: Roselene Davis; siblings: Ronnie Butler (deceased), Fred Bain, Rhoda Bain; nieces and nephews: Stuart Bowe (Vanderene), Camille Harrison, Angela Munnings (Carlton), Trevor Bethell (Christina), Lisa Bethell, Kim Braynen, Jan and Dr. Ken Knowles, Dr. Phil Neymour (Carole), Tracy Raimondo (Mateo), Jonathan Hanna, Lyric Knowles (Giorgio), Duet Hanna (Lydia), Conrad and Savaughn Bain; grandnephews: Dion and Taran McPhee

grandnieces: Victoria Rolle; father and Mother-in-law: Leroy ‘Pemmy’ Hanna (deceased) and Gwendolyn Hanna; sisters-in-law: Patricia Bethell, Donelle Knowles, Melodie Treco-Hanna; brothers-in-law: George Bethell, Kenny Knowles, John and Leroy ‘Tinkle’ Hanna; extended family and special friends: Lynn Hanna, Charles Missick, L.M. Bowe, The Munnings Family, The Hanna Family, Dr. Liz Darville, Ruth Millar, Audley Bain, Vivian Lockhart and family, Alfred Culmer, Michel Harajchi, Jevon Neely and Family, Jen Godet and family, Bishop Christopher Minnis and family, Marco Strachan, Kelson Riley, Mark Butler, Mario Cuffe, St. Georges Church family, Bethel Baptist Church family, Staff of Private Medical ward at PMH,  Taxi Cab colleagues, Bahamas Surgical Associates, Dr. Delton Farquarson, Dr. Nicholas Hepburn, Dr. Frederick Smith, Una Delancey, Nurse Charlow, the Culmersville community, Neighbors of Sapphire Ridge Drive, Sans Souci, friends of the “Fish Fry”, Pembroke Academy parents, children and staff, the Fox Hill community, and the family and friends of “The Valley”. He also loved and faithfully cared for his dogs.

 

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