Corporal Marian George Jno Lewis laid to rest

first_img Share Share Tweet Sharing is caring! 285 Views   9 commentscenter_img LocalNews Corporal Marian George Jno Lewis laid to rest by: – December 14, 2011 Photograph by Ashton Shillingford. (SEE PHOTO GALLERY BELOW)Corporal Marian George Jno. Lewis of Salisbury, who died at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados on Friday 25th November, 2011 was laid to rest on Saturday 10th December, 2011.Corporal Jno. Lewis died after battling with Leukemia and has been described by many as a ‘very pleasant, cheerful and loving person” by her relatives and friends.She was given a military funeral which was very well attended by members of the Cabinet, Opposition Leader Hector John and members of the hierarchy of the Dominica Police Force.Here are a few photographs of the funeral (Photographs by Ashton Shillingford): [nggallery id=101]Dominica Vibes News Sharelast_img read more

Danielle Delgado earns 9th-place finish at 2018 Pepsi Florida Relays on Thursday night

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse track returned to action on Thursday night for the 2018 Pepsi Florida Relays, where Danielle Delgado’s ninth-place 1:01.39 run in the women’s 400-meter hurdles was the best finish among Orange runners.In the women’s 200-meter dash, Dasia Pressley was the top finisher for SU at 24th with a time of 24.03 seconds, followed by Imani Clark in 27th place and Justice Richardson in the 52nd spot. Also on the women’s side, Cheyenne Trigg placed 16th with a time of 56.15 seconds in the 400-meter dash, just ahead of Alexis Harper, who finished 18th.On the men’s side, in the 200-meter dash, Kashif Miller led the way in 38th with a time of 21.55 seconds, followed by Winston Lee in 45th. In the 400-meter hurdles, Chevis Armstead II placed 26th with a time of 55.53 seconds.While the relays continue on Friday, the Orange won’t be back in action until Saturday. Kelvin Almonte, Richard Floyd, Armstead and Jamil Adams will run as a team in the men’s 4×110 meter shuttle hurdles. Richardson, Clark, Kadejhia Sellers and Eunice Boateng will run in the women’s 4×100 meter relays. To finish it off for the Orange, Angelo Goss, Miller, Chris Tucker and Lee will run in the men’s 4×100 meter relays. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on March 30, 2018 at 12:26 am Contact Eric: estorms@syr.edulast_img read more