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GT ENTREPENEUR IN CT CELEBRATES 40TH

 

Ms. Aneka Ainsworth-Young

GT ENTREPENEUR IN CT CELEBRATES 40TH

By Waltie Ainsworth

It was an all night party in honor of Ms Aneka Ainsworth Young who turned 40 for the first time.

A steel pan ensemble, a fire eating and balloon juggler and two DJs provided musical entertainment and a robust backdrop for the masquerade theme celebration.

Aneka who has roots in the People’s Republic of Victoria owns and operates a handful of McDonalds in her home state of Connecticut. She recently diversified her business and now owns and manages a cafe and spirit shop on 50 Elm Street in Connecticut.  She also has other business investments in Peru.

A true Guyanese to the core, when in Guyana Aneka hangs out in the Seafield Bengal district.

Aneka’s mom, Ms Vere Ainsworth Gibbs, and several of her siblings and close friends were on hand at the exquisite Elm Street club to wish her a happy birthday and continued blessings and investment opportunities in the years ahead.  ASOMELYKAM.

TARRUS RILEY – SHE’S ROYAL      Continue reading

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ADIOS SENOR HUTTON ELLIOT AUBREY DECEMBER

KENNY G DUO WITH MICHAEL BOLTON – HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO LIVE WITHOUT YOU

ADIOS SENOR HUTTON ELLIOT AUBREY DECEMBER

Hutton Elliot Aubrey December

By Waltie Ainsworth

It was the 3rd of September in the year of our lord 2017 shortly after lunch that the wife, Pamela and children said adios to Hutton Elliot Aubrey December after a brief illness.

The family has since shuttered his Facebook account, and they have planned a special funeral for him in his adopted hometown of Baltimore on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th September. The first viewing will be between 3 and 5.00pm and then again at 7.00pm at the RUCK FUNERAL HOME on 5303 Hartford Rd in Baltimore.

And on Saturday a private and exclusive service will be held at the Episcopal Church of the Messiah on 5801 Hartford Rd also in Baltimore. The Reverend Tim Gryson will be joined by Huttons younger sister Deacon Elizabeth Ann December-Lovell to perform the last funeral rites and mass. He will be interred promptly at noon in neighborhood burial ground.  Continue reading

WINNIE LANGHORNE TO BE FUNERALISED AT WILBERFORCE IN PRV

WINNIE LANGHORNE TO BE FUNERALISED AT WILBERFORCE IN PRV

Winnie Langhorne

By Waltie Ainsworth

One   month after her passing in her hometown of Yorkshire, London, Ms Winifred langhorne- Anderson, will be funeralised on Saturday August 12th at the Wilberforce Congregational Church in the peoples Republic of Victoria.

Winnie was 75 at the time of death and left Guyana in her teens to pursue a career in nursing. She missed all the  independence and Burnham and Jagdeo era to return to Guyana a few short months ago to set up an encore residence at Melanie where she constructed a mac mansion befitting an émigré.    Continue reading

FANTABULOUS SYBIL SAUL JAMES CELEBRATES 80TH BIRTHDAY – By Waltie Ainsworth

FANTABULOUS SYBIL SAUL JAMES CELEBRATES 80TH BIRTHDAY
By Waltie Ainsworth

 

Come September 12th, 2017 Ms Sybil Veronica Saul- James will be celebrating her 48th year of living in North America and from all indications, this date is just as significant as her 80th birthday celebrated last June.

The birthday celebrations were fantabulous from all accounts. It was held at an exquisite ballroom in Atlantic City where her husband former policeman and retired Psychologist Oscar James presided over the gathering of siblings, offspring, family, friends and other cohort groups.

Auntie Sybil is originally from Victoria and attended St Andrews Primary at Cove and John. In her formative 32 years in Guyana, she was a teacher at Cane Grove and Mahaicony before leaving St Sidwell’s Primary School in Lodge, Georgetown on an academic scholarship overseas.  Continue reading

HUTTON DECEMBER CELEBRATES 75TH BIRTHDAY AND 49 YEARS OF MARRIAGE

HUTTON DECEMBER CELEBRATES 75TH BIRTHDAY AND 49 YEARS OF MARRIAGE

By Waltie Ainsworth

The highlights of the surprise birthday bash of Mr. Hutton Elliot Aubrey December were many and varied. First he announced the celebration of his 49th wedding anniversary with his wife MS Pamela December nee Robinson a distinguished teacher and life coach from Guyana.

Hutton also announced that his mom Ms Gladys Elaine December recently celebrated her 95th birthday and she gave a veral commitment to return to Hutton’s hometown of Baltimore in five years to celebrate his 80th.

The celebration was held at the Church of the Messiah on Harford Road in Baltimore and Hutton for the first time met with at least nine of his children and 20- odd grands and three great-grands. As a matter of fact one of the great-grands has as her first name December.   Continue reading

Funeral Service in Brooklyn for Philip ‘Meagre’ Hamilton of Nabaclis

FUNERAL IN BROOKLYN FOR PHILLIP ‘MEAGRE’ HAMILTON OF NABACLIS

By Waltie Ainsworth

The family of beloved Phillip Hamilton announced his passing a fortnight ago after a prolonged illness from diabetes complications. Phillip who lived for a quarter of a century in Long Island was a mere 65 years of age and was working in New York as a licensed Nurse Practitioner.  His funeral was on Sunday April 2nd at the Brooklyn Battalion Church on Linden Avenue and 40th streets.

Phillip is originally from Nabaclis on the East Coast and attended Sancho High School where his physical self earned him the call name of ‘Meagre’. He also attended the Guyana School of Agriculture where he graduated as a field assistant working for several years along the Soesdyke and Linden highway.  Continue reading

Attorney ‘Mortie’ Coddett passes away at 80

Attorney ‘Mortie’ Coddett passes away at 80

Attorney-at-law Mortimer Coddett

The local legal fraternity has lost another longstanding member. Popular Attorney Jonas Mortimer Fitzgerald Coddett passed away Tuesday night in Brooklyn, New York. He was 80.

Coddett, more familiarly known as ‘Mortie’, was born in New Amsterdam, Berbice to Sarah Joyce Coddett and Randolph Coddett. He was the eldest of six children.

He attended the local primary school and Berbice High School. On leaving Berbice High, he worked as a customs officer before emigrating to England to study law. After being called to the bar at Holborn College of Law, University of London, Barrister-at-law Coddett and his family emigrated to Canada to be closer to his extended family.     Continue reading