Anna Sweeting | 11/14/2013, 9 a.m.
Katherine Letitia Fields and Marcus Kehyee-Marsh were married Sat., Oct. 12, at Trinity Episcopal Church in New York City. The Rev. Mark Francisco Bozzuti-Jones officiated the ceremony. The wedding party included the bride’s sister,
Edda Fields-Black, matron of honor, bridesmaid, niece Meri Black and nephew Master Akhu Black. Also participating were “girlfriends in hats” Miami residents: Rozalynn Frazier, daughter of Regina and Ronald Frazier, Sharne Carmen Jackson, daughter of Carmen and Al Jackson. The bride is the daughter of Dorothy Jenkins-Fields and Eddie Fields. The groom is the son of Kolu Padmore of Liberia, West Africa and Peter Kpehyee (deceased). The newlyweds reside in New Jersey.
Miami native Jewyll Johnson-Wilson now living in Laurel, Maryland, recently spent several weeks in Broward and Dade counties. The daughter of the late Dr. J.K. Johnson M.D. and the late Helen Johnson, Jewyll, a retired educator, visited classmates from Booker T. Washington’s class of 1958 including Marcia Saunders, Beverly Nixon, Maude Newbold, and Leotha Harrell. Friends Delores and Jimmy Washington, and first cousin Dorothy Jenkins-Fields hosted her.
Wedding anniversary greetings go out to the lovebirds of the week.
Harold S. and (Mailney L. Clarke), 40 years. Michael (Ciello) Herring, 6 years. Garial and (Margaret Barr) Marsh, 2 years.
Get well wishes go out to all the sick and shut-ins. May good health return to you soon.
Leila O’Berry, Rev. Shedrick Gilbert, Muriel C. Parker, Mildred Johnson-Obue, Ella McKinney, Pauline McKinney, Aaron Bethell, Thomas Nottage, Shalisa Gee, Delone Mathis, Willie Reed Williams, Donzaleigh McKinney, Willie Neal, Theodore Moss, Barbara Kee, Frankie Rolle, Terri Lynn Kelly, Frankie S. Rolle, Marjorie W. Sharpe, Gladys Moss and Freddie “Jabbo” Johnson.
Deepest sympathy goes out to Lula Gray-Colebrook and her daughter in their great loss if her husband, Bertram Colebrook. He was a cousin to many of us.
Bethune-Cookman legacy looms large at homecoming
What a celebration!
“The legacy walk” was awesome featuring the entire football team decked in maroon blazers and ties en route to the gridiron followed by the coaching staff and college president, Dr. Edison O. Jackson.