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Thomas Jay Stubbs

Funeral services for the late Thomas Jay Stubbs aged 74, of Lucaya Lane, Palmetto Village and formerly of Cat Island will be held on Saturday May 11th, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. at St. Agnes Anglican Church, Baillou Hill Road. Officiating will be Fr. I. Ranfurly Brown assisted by other ministers of the Clergy. Interment will follow in St. Agnes Cemetery, Nassau Street.


Left to cherish his fond memories are his Wife: Sylvia E. Stubbs; Sons: Domonic Jay Savoyne and Thomas Alexis Stubbs; Brother:  Cassius Tony Turnquest; Grand Children: Domonic\Jayden, Tristen, Peyton and Aria Stubbs; Daughter-in-Law: Yolanda Stubbs; Sister-In-Laws: Elaine Butler, Anatole Mizell Bullard, Elaine Bullard, Anatole Bullard, Pamela Bullard and Karen Turnquest; Brother-In-Laws: Paul Bullard (Donna, Sean, Shamona) , Gerald Bullard(Sandra, Jermaine, Bria), Silas Bullard (Carol, Mitzy), George Bullard (Angela, Mikhail, Mikhaila, Miquel), Harry Bullard (Kim, Troy), Mallory, Garfield, Victor and Craig Bullard; Aunts: Susanna Hepburn and Mary Stubbs; Nephews: Mark (Mark Jr., Brooke, Deanna), Shane (Patricia, Lethiese, Lemont, Leron), Daniel (Daniel Jr.) and Cassius Jr.; Nieces: Jennifer Ferguson Blanton (Curtis, Jasmine, Ethan), Sandra Gordon (Christian, Mia), Candy Phillips (Robert Sr., Christopher, Robert Jr.), Dania Ferguson(Tia), Tammy, Tiffany, Shelly-Ann, Letetia and Kerea; Family Members: Edward, John, Stanley, Sarah, Anita, Naomi, Wendy, Barbara, Princess, Grace, Edmond Stubbs, Tanya, Freda, Hubert Jr., Ann, Dot, Paul King, Hannah Dames, Shirley, Olina, Annie, Henry Seymour, Hamlin, Violet, Zona Willamae, Arabella Tynes, Inell Williams, Yvonne Smith, Donella Mackey, Reverley Saunders, Sharon and William, Sophia, Darron, Bellin, Gayle, Sanria, Allison, Barbara, V.K. Smith and Wayde Wallace; Clergy of St. Agnes Parish, Friends of St. Agnes ParishClergy of St. Georges Parish, Friends of St. Georges ParishThe Guild to help the sick and needy of St. Georges ParishArchdeacon Kingsley Knowles, Father Andrew Toppin, Archdeacon Mark FawkesTom’s Special Friends from St. Georges Parish: Noreen Major, Brenda Archer, Lois Cleare, Millicent Puckerin, Euleta Mckenzie, Corese Culmer, Leslie and Betty Smith, Billy Codet, Bernard Turnquest, Cleomie Parker, Irene, Shirley and Mag Moree, Algier Cartwright, Kurth and Collonna Wallace and Marion White; Young Men of Marathon (Palmetto Village): Marlin, Ricardo, Carver, David Jr. , Lamount, Philmon, Ray, Babbs, Leslie, Kareem, Jude, Al, Geovanni, Kinkey, Wellington, Jason, Godwin, Edwin, Conrad, Marcus, Terrel, Domonic, Julian, Leslie, Donavon, Dennis and Jude; Family Friends:Vernon Dean, Elease Smith, Brenizer Cooper, other friends from Island Merchants, Charles and Madlyn Campbell, Dorris Barry, Heather Lee, Frank Campbell, Barrett Mcdonald, Nathaniel and Val Dean, Michael Turner, Shelia Culmer, Clyde and Betty Pratt, Judith Dawkins, George Sands, Eloise Rolle, Gurth Salad Gonzalez and the Boys of Dowdeswell Street; The Palmetto Village / Marathon Connection (Families): The Moncurs, Browns, Cartwrights, Moxeys, Colbys, Gomezs, Lee and Desrine, Mcphees, Hannas, Fergusons, Smiths, Demerittes, Taylors and the Hudsons. The family extends sincere apologies to Tom’s friends whose names were not included. May God continue to bless you.