Attention Lincoln Memorial Cemetery: I and many others are appalled at the condition of our 46th Street cemetery in Brownsville. The condition of our cemetery is deplorable. No one is working there anymore and our once beloved pioneer cemetery is in need of constant maintenance. Old timers and neighbors of that neighborhood are quite perturbed. We as Blacks need to assist by keeping around our beloved family and friends graves as clean as we can and maybe relatives wouldn’t mind being
Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of “Culmer” Scavella and all other family members of Mrs. Leome Scavella-Culmer. Mrs. Culmer was loved by many and will be missed by all. Get well wishes go out to all of the sick and shut-ins: Thomas Nottage, Freddie “Jabbo” Johnson, Wilhelmenia S. Welch, Hughie Nairn Sr., George Davis, Rosemary Brayon, Veronica O’Berry, Marjorie Sharpe, Winston Scavella, Willie Reed Williams, Arcie Ewell, Gladys Moss, Delone Mathis, Thedore Moss, Leanora Bryant, Wallis Gordon, Ruth Clarke, Earl Carroll, Dwayne Cannon Sr. and Iva Dell Bodie.
Metropolitan Dade Section (NCNW) and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. “Delta Dears” traveled to Daytona Beach, Fla. to visit Bethune-Cookman University. They toured the campus and visited Dr. Mary Mcloud Bethune’s Foundation and gravesite. Those in attendance were: Alma Brown, Johnnie Lowery, Rose
Hearty congratulations go out to Dr. Nelson L. Adams, a Miami native who has worked tirelessly across racial, ethnic and religious lines to improve his hometown. Perhaps the ultimate model of a leader, Nelson Adams is a fixture in a variety of areas of our community. Dr. Adams received the 2014 Silver Medallion and he truly exemplifies what it means to be the best as he inspires us to enrich our own lives. George Knox says his longtime friend and I am pretty sure that many of us can say the same. Hats off to you Dr. Adams. Your dad and mom would have been extremely proud of you. By the way Dr. Adams beloved mother and was a Miami native who was laid to rest in Tuskegee, Ala. with her beloved son giving her eulogy. Their father is buried in his hometown of Mobile, Ala.
It is very fitting and nice that the Joint Service Committee and the sponsoring congregations of Christ Episcopal Church, Episcopal Church of the Holy Family, The Church of the Ascension, Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, The Historic Saint Agnes Episcopal and Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration saw fit to honor the The Rev. Father Bernardo Diomedes Tomas and the Reverend Shedrick Edward Gilbert. Both men served their church and community well and with distinction. Congrats to their families also. Will see you at the fourth Lenten service in Coconut Grove where my cousin in Nassau, The Reverend Father James B. Moultrie, will be over to preach. See you there everyone.
Happy wedding anniversary greeting go out to Horace and Bertha Johnson who have been married for 49 years. Continued blessings for all of the couples celebrating anniversaries this month.
Jennifer Deveaux-Robinson, daughter of the late Ada Mae McKinney-Deveaux and Richard “Rocky” Deveaux returned home a few weeks ago to attend the funeral of her aunt Edna and cousin Donzaleah. Regina Davis-Cook, who lives in Columbia, Maryland came to her former home to visit her brother Elston B. Davis, who is a patient at Mercy Hospital. He is recovering from heart surgery. Regina is also visiting her father, Elston Davis and her sister, Annette E. Davis. Regina was here for one week with her family. Miamians were
Happy birthday to all of you born in the month of February. May you all enjoy many more. Zandria Postell, Herbert Rhodes, Jr., Donna Turner, Stephen Newbold, Sr. Darris Williams, Garth C. Reeves, Sr., Thomas Fisher, Sylvia Sands, Dwight Jackson, Jr., Jack Swilley, Muriel Parker, Ashley Williiams, Muriel Parker, Ashley Williams, Calysis Parks, Byron Clark, Elton Clark, Paulette Derico, Antionette
Hearty congratulations go out to the following persons who were voted on the “vestry” as the results of the “vestry election” at Saint Agnes on Jan. 29. 3 year term: Torin Wallace, Oscar Branyon, Sr., Steve Carroll, George Wellington Davis. 2 year term: Herbert Rhodes, Juanita Armbrister, Joan P. Ballard and Evelina Bestman. 1 year term: Janet Brown, Malvern Mathis, Barbara Burrows and David Wilson.
Very sorry to have heard of the death of “Edna DeVeaux” who moved along with her husband to Jacksonville many years ago. Edna was a member of Saint Agnes Episcopal Church, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and worked as a secretary at Dunbar Elementary. She was a kindergarten Sunday school teacher at St. Agnes. She is the sister of Richard “Rocky” DeVeaux. Mrs. Harriet Outen is her aunt whom she lived with for many years.