Tag Archives: memories

Dusome-Dupuis Kimberley Anne

Dusome-Dupuis Kimberley Anne (August 10, 1963-June 19th, 2013)-It is with a sad heart I am informing loved ones that Kimberly Ann Dusome-Dupuis has left this world. Kymmer was an inspirational person to all who know her, a true one of a kind woman. She has raised an amazing son in …

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Eulogy from my father's service

I had the opportunity and honour to deliver Last Rites and also the eulogy at my fathers funeral on July 14/2012. Maybe the words of live, light and peace and Divine Blessings may help others as we are alive to be brighter Lights for ourselves and others. RIP Cst/Deputy Chief …

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Eulogy from my father’s service

I had the opportunity and honour to deliver Last Rites and also the eulogy at my fathers funeral on July 14/2012. Maybe the words of live, light and peace and Divine Blessings may help others as we are alive to be brighter Lights for ourselves and others. RIP Cst/Deputy Chief …

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Give MOOOOOOOOOOO Blood

I was born in Wales and spent the first 28 years of my exciting life living there. Every day was a new and exciting challenge. Every night, a party to attend. It was such a wonderful time. Of course my memories of the time may have slightly been exaggerated. What …

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Can you help us Wish Upon A Song?

“Wish Upon a Song” is a family event being held at Quai du Vin, Sunday, August 14, 2011 from 2 – 9 pm. The goal of this event is to assist a local family affected by cancer to make “forever” lasting memories on a family trip to Disney World. There …

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Pictures of the days………

Are you a budding photographer? Do you like to take snap shots around St. Thomas? Is your wife into photography? Know what I mean, know what I mean? If so, and you wish to share you passion/love/talent/memories of St. Thomas with the whole wide world, or at least those who …

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Thanks for the memories…

(Click the thumbnail to view a larger version of the image) Carr’s Bridge in winter garb The old Chessie System… Mother and child sculpture An unused bridge in St.Thomas Children playing in waterworks park A big thank you to “Shirl” one of our blog readers who sent in these photos …

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Book Review – Hells Kitchen – Jeffery Deaver

From the Publisher Every New York City neighborhood has a story, but what John Pellam uncovers in Hell”s Kitchen has a darkness all its own. The Hollywood location scout and former stuntman is in the Big Apple hoping to capture the unvarnished memories of longtime Kitchen residents such as Ettie …

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