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PAYNTER: EARL BENEDICT
also known as Ben Paynter
died on July 26th 2016. He
was the son of Gloria Paynter
and the late Errol Paynter.
Brother of Steven Paynter.
Grandson of the late Cuthbert
and Otis Paynter, and the late
Edna Nieves-Forde & Allan
Forde. Nephew of Kenrol,
Kelvin and Anthony Paynter,
Vena Gregory, Lorna Gonza-
lez, Grace Robinson, Carol
Henry, Jean and Anne Payn-
ter, Philma Abdul (dec'd), Fat-
tar, Alma Patterson Douglas
(dec d), Joan Lowhar, Shirley
Taylor-Clasp, and the late
Sylvia Selman, Hubert Phillip
and others. Cousin of Cheryl
Selman, Kendall Lowhar, Dr.
Niger Lowhar & others. Good
friend of Onika Sealey and
family, Dr. Marcus Duncan,
Clancy Charles, the Jordan
family & many others. Funer-
al Service at 2:00 p.m. on Fri-
day 5th August 2016 at Cathe-
dral of the Immaculate Con-
Square, P.O.S., thence to the
Lapeyrouse Cemetery. For
further enquiries please con-
tact C&B 625-1170. To send
condolences, please visit
LEE KIM MERLE OF
CAPE CORAL, FLORIDA
PEACEFULLY ON 9TH
DAUGHTER OF THE LATE
ABRAHAM AND ANN LEE
SISTER OF MICHAEL
AUNT OF FIFTEEN.
A MEMORIAL SERVICE
WILL BE ANNOUNCED
AT A LATER DATE.
In loving memory of
We think of you in silence
We often speak your name
What would we give to hear your voice
and see your face again.
We your family miss you in the house
where you used to be
We wanted so much to keep you but
God willed it not to be.
Now you're in God's keeping
You suffer no more pain
So dear God take care of him
Until we meet again.
From your wife: Ann Veronica
Your children: Michael, Julie, Mearl, Earl, Rawle,
Vernon, Charles, Lenox, Mervin and Pixie.
Son-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren,
February 28, 1922 to
August 5, 2005
to his illnes
Claudius Musaib-Ali succumbed
s. He was the hus-
of the late Millicent
and brother to Patrick
He is survived by his
cer Society of
be made in his name to
like to thank everyone for
their condolences and well wishes.
His Memorial Service will follow
Contact the Red Cross: Headquarters - 627-8215/8128, Northern branch - 627-8214, Southern branch - 652-2024, Tobago branch - 639-2781
Before the flood:
Keep a portable radio, flashlight, emergency supplies and a
first aid kit on hand.
Monitor the radio for weather updates and evacuate immedi-
ately if you are told to do so.
Move your furniture and valuables to higher floors of your
home or place them high if possible.
Bring in all loose items from outside, like garbage cans and
yard furniture for safe keeping.
Turn off the main electrical switch and other utilities.
Place important documents and valuables in plastic and store
them in a safe place.
During the flood:
Do not walk through flowing water. Just six inches of moving
water can knock you off your feet.
Never attempt to cross a swollen stream, river or gully by
foot or vehicle. The force of these waterways can have deadly
If your vehicle stalls in rising water, abandon it immediately
and climb to higher ground. A mere two feet of water can
float a large vehicle, even a bus.
After a flood:
Clean and dry everything water-soaked.
Check appliances and motors for damage and do not use them
until they have been cleaned and dried.
Watch out for wild animals, snakes and centipedes.
Have your electrical wiring checked before turning on the
Purify water before using. Use chlorine bleach or water puri-
fying tablets. Boil tap water for ten minutes.
Are you ready for aflood?
Source: The T&T Red Cross Society
Floods are the leading cause of disaster-related death
in the Caribbean, but since most can be forecasted,
You should have time to prepare. Your Red Cross
urges You to get ready. There are simple steps You
can take to help protect Your family from a flood.
T&T Red Cross Society
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