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Posted by:Mar 6th 2003, 07:53:06 am
Sue R.Dear Wentworth and Spooner,

I was very sorry to read just now of the passing of your father. Our deepest condolences go out to you both – and the rest of your family - in this time of pain and bereavement. You will all be in our hearts and prayers.

With love and sympathy, Sue and Jesús
Posted by:Mar 5th 2003, 10:46:04 pm
jintyOur sincere sympathy to all the family on the loss of your loved one, Jack Grant. From Richard and Jinty Chappell.
Posted by:Mar 5th 2003, 07:57:49 pm
Fig Tree News TeamBriland elder statesman Jack Grant passed away this afternoon at the grand old age of 92. Jack was a man of the sea, and most notably served as the foreman of the project that built the 'Marie J. Antoinette' at the Sugar Mill back in 1922, which was the largest schooner ever built in the Bahamas.

Survivors include sons Warren, Wentworth and Rodney Grant and a host of friends and relatives. As details of Mr. Jack's memorial service and funeral evolve, information will be posted on the Briland board.

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