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Arlington Funeral Home
8315 Parsons Blvd
Jamaica , NY 11432
(718) 658-4434
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Crowe s Funeral Homes Inc
10744 Sutphin Boulevard
Jamaica , NY 11435
(718) 558-0921
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David Williams Funeral Service Inc
10820 Sutphin Boulevard
Jamaica , NY 11435
(718) 291-3823
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Dowd Bernard F Inc
16520 Hillside Avenue
Jamaica , NY 11432
(718) 739-8117
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Fisher Funeral Service
10820 Sutphin Boulevard
Jamaica , NY 11435
(718) 526-7087
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Lexington's Gay faces tall order at Olympic trials - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
July 1. Among the other key events to watch: ¦ Women's 100 meters, where world champion Carmelita Jeter has this year's best time and the best chance of breaking up Jamaica's dominance in the women's sprints. ¦ Women's 100 hurdles, where the most recognizable athlete, Lolo Jones, is anything but a shoo-in to make the top three and earn a chance to compete for the gold she lost when she fell on the ninth hurdle in Beijing. Dawn Harper won the race that day and remains America's top hurdler. ¦ Decathlon, where the Americans have a realistic chance of going 1-2-3 in London, if defending champion Bryan Clay stays healthy, two-time world champion Trey Hardee's elbow holds up after major surgery and last year's world runner-up Ashton Eaton lives up to his potential. ¦ Our best hopes in the long-distance races will be Bernard Lagat and Galen Rupp in the 5,000, Matt Centrowitz and Jenny Simpson, both surprise medalists in the 1,500 last year in South Korea, and, of course, Lopez Lomong, whose inspirational journey from a "Lost Boy" of Sudan to American Olympian helped earn him the role of U.S. flag bearer at the 2008 Games. The weather forecast for the first weekend in Eugene calls for highs in the low 60s and a good chance of rain. In other words, it could feel very much like London, which doesn't bother too many people at this stage. "For me, I don't care if it's raining, snowing," Richards-Ross said. "I've been waiting for this for four years." ...

Justin Gatlin makes a quick impression - Knoxville News Sentinel

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
U.S. Olympic team. Gatlin said he would return home and continue to work on his craft and technique prior to heading to London where a possible showdown with Usain Bolt of Jamaica awaits. Bolt holds the world record at 9.58. "I don't think I would have come back to the sport if I were happy to get second or third," he said. "I think these guys (Gay and Bailey) train very hard six days a week, six hours a day and we all have our eye on the prize. We want to get that gold." Doug Binder is a freelance contributor.

Squeeze the Day for Feb. 3 - Cincinnati CityBeat

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Dave Davies (1947); Sonic Youth guitarist/occasional vocalist Lee Renaldo (1956); on-again/off-again member of Alt music icons The Cure, Lol Tolhurst (1959); Reggaeton star Daddy Yankee (1977); Jamaican-American Pop star Sean Kingston (1990); and Blues/R&B/Funk singer/songwriter/guitarist Johnny "Guitar" Watson (1935).Watson's name popped up recently in the obituaries of Etta James and musician/talent scout Johnny Otis (who discovered James and died three days before the legendary vocalist). Otis had worked with Watson, but his relationship with James was especially poignant. Etta had said of Watson (also a huge influence on Frank Zappa), "My whole ballad style comes from my imitating Johnny's style" and "He was the baddest and the best." She also said, "Johnny Guitar Watson was not just a guitarist: the man was a master musician. He could call out charts. He could write a beautiful melody or a nasty groove at the drop of a hat. He could lay on the harmonies and he could come up with a whole sound. They call Elvis 'The King,' but the sure-enough king was Johnny 'Guitar' Watson."Watson also had ties to Cincinnati, releasing his early recordings through the local King/Federal imprints. (Otis backed Watson on some of those King sessions and was also at one time an A&R man for the label, discovering Hank Ballard and Little Willie John, among others.) Watson's 1953 instrumental single "Space Jam" on Federal was downright futuristic in its use of reverb and feedback and he had a 1962 R&B hit with "Cuttin' In" on King. But his more influential work was of the "Funk" variety; in his early 40s, Watson made a major comeback with several successful Funk releases in the ’70s, which later became widely sampled by Hip Hop artists (particularly Gangsta Rap performers in the ’90s).Watson had a heart attack and died onstage in 1996 just as he was beginning a concert in Japan.Here's Watson's King hit, "Cuttin' In": ...

Katherine Jane Turpin - The Suffolk Times

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Allyson), Brandon and Jamus; one great-niece, Jayla; three uncles, Robuster Strickland (wife, Hazel) of Phoenix, Ariz., Herman Strickland of Stuart, Va., and George Hubbard (wife, Brenda) of Jamaica, N.Y.; three aunts, Alice Hicks of Tampa, Fla., Ruth Hubbard (husband, James) of Peconic, N.Y., and Lillian Jones of Riverhead, N.Y.; and a host of relatives and friends. Viewing was held Thursday, Dec. 1, at First Baptist Church in Cutchogue. Homegoing services were held there on Friday, Dec. 2, by the Rev. Cornelius Fulford. Interment was at Cutchogue Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to DeFriest-Grattan Funeral Homes. This is a paid notice.

Katherine Jane Turpin - The Suffolk Times

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Allyson), Brandon and Jamus; one great-niece, Jayla; three uncles, Robuster Strickland (wife, Hazel) of Phoenix, Ariz., Herman Strickland of Stuart, Va., and George Hubbard (wife, Brenda) of Jamaica, N.Y.; three aunts, Alice Hicks of Tampa, Fla., Ruth Hubbard (husband, James) of Peconic, N.Y., and Lillian Jones of Riverhead, N.Y.; and a host of relatives and friends. Viewing was held Thursday, Dec. 1, at First Baptist Church in Cutchogue. Homegoing services were held there on Friday, Dec. 2, by the Rev. Cornelius Fulford. Interment was at Cutchogue Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to DeFriest-Grattan Funeral Homes. This is a paid notice.

Seymour G. Cole - Staunton News Leader

Sat, Nov 19, 2011
WAYNESBORO — Pastor Seymour Gladstone Cole, 76, of Waynesboro, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011 at his residence. He was born Feb. 16, 1935 in Jamaica, son of the late Javan and Elizabeth Tulloch Cole. Pastor Cole was a retired pastor of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, which he served for nearly 50 years. Survivors include his wife, J. Claire Cole; son, Michael Cole and his wife, Jacqueline, of Md.; two daughters: Angella Cole of Md. and Joyceta Cole of Richmond. The service will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011 at the...

Frazier and Ali pushed each other to greatness - SportingNews.com

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Ali returned from exile and was greeted by a left hook. It was Frazier’s career zenith. Two years later he took his 29-0 record into the ring against George Foreman in Jamaica. The three-knockdown rule was waived. Frazier was quickly knocked to the mat but got up. Then it happened again. Then again. “Down goes Frazier!” Howard Cosell bellowed. “Down goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier!” He went down six times in all. He got up every time. The referee finally stopped the brutality, but the damage was done. Frazier was never the same. Like most boxers, the years piled up hard and fast. He lost most of his money on bad investments, and got by doing the autograph circuit. Ali, of course, went on to become a global icon. The most poignant moment came at the opening ceremony of the 1996 Olympics. Stricken with Parkinson’s disease, he tottered to light the Olympic flame. Frazier said he would have liked to have “pushed him in.” He eventually let go of the bitterness and said he forgave Ali for the indignities a couple of years ago. Now the most famous tandem in boxing history has lost its last name. Ali - Hopefully Smokin' Joe realizes what historians will write. Ali was The Greatest, but there’s a reason he casts such a shadow. Frazier was next to him.

Obituary for CORN

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
Sunday, October 9, 2011 so that she might serve a greater purpose. Cecile, who was an only child, was born at Nonsuch near Highgate, in St Mary Parish, Jamaica, B.W.I. on April 22, 1920. She met her beloved husband, Dick, in December 1942 on the steps of the USO in Kingston, Jamaica; they were married in June 1943 in the Panama Canal Zone and for 68 years they shared their remarkable love with family, friends, and community in service, work, and play. While raising five children Cecile became a ... (Albuquerque Journal)

Calvert Dooman - The Suffolk Times

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
J&W Seligman and Dominick & Dominick in New York City. Predeceased by his wife, Julia (née Kayan), in 2009, he is survived by his daughters, Carolyn, of Jamaica Plain, Mass., and Lisanne Hegman of Huntington, Vt.; his sons, Russell, of Woodcliff Lake, N.J., Gregory, of Leesburg, Va., and Philip, of Roselle Park, N.J.; and six grandchildren. A memorial service will take place Sunday, Oct. 16, at 2 p.m. at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Greenport. Arrangements are being handled by Horton-Mathie Funeral Home in Greenport. Memorial donations may be made to Eastern Long Island Hospital or Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.

Calvert Dooman - The Suffolk Times

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
J&W Seligman and Dominick & Dominick in New York City. Predeceased by his wife, Julia (née Kayan), in 2009, he is survived by his daughters, Carolyn, of Jamaica Plain, Mass., and Lisanne Hegman of Huntington, Vt.; his sons, Russell, of Woodcliff Lake, N.J., Gregory, of Leesburg, Va., and Philip, of Roselle Park, N.J.; and six grandchildren. A memorial service will take place Sunday, Oct. 16, at 2 p.m. at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Greenport. Arrangements are being handled by Horton-Mathie Funeral Home in Greenport. Memorial donations may be made to Eastern Long Island Hospital or Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.




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