Rebecca Lee Block

first_img A funeral service will be held at 2 PM on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at Clayton Thompson Funeral Home, with a gathering of family and friends from 12 noon until service time.Officiating the service will be Rev. Charles Miller.Entombment will follow at Greenlawn Memorial Park in Groves. Rebecca Lee Block, 61, of Groves, Texas where she lived her entire life, graduating from Port Neches Groves High School in 1976, was taken to her heavenly father on Sunday, September 15, 2019, while athome with her family.Rebecca was born on February 28, 1958 in Port Arthur to Norman Walker and Cynthia Solberg.Rebecca was owner and operator of a hair salon in Port Arthur and Groves for decades.She was a devout member of first Baptist Church in Groves and loved her Lord with great fervor. Rebecca is survived by her husband, Vaughn Block of Groves, her mother, Cynthia Solberg of Groves, her daughter, Jessica Hughes Atkinson and her husband, Robert Atkinson of Groves, her son, Chris Block and his wife, Randi of Clear Lake and their four children, son, Corey Block and wife, Maranda of Port Neches and their two children, son, Chase Block and his wife, Kaci of Port Neches, her brother, Brian Walker of Dallas.Rebecca is also survived by her grandson, Preston Hughes of Groves, her granddaughter, Presley Atkinson of Groves, her aunt, Kathy Page and her husband, Dan of Vidor and her uncle, Don Sodman of Groves.Rebecca was preceded in death by her brother, Chris Solberg, father, Norman Walker, and aunt, Patricia Wisenbaker.Many times a year, Rebecca led a dedicated group of ladies in fundraising and donated the proceeds to children in Baptist Hospital in Beaumont.last_img read more

Kenyans on Twitter give hilarious ways of spending Valentines

first_imgHave this for her,, CHEAPEST flowers in town #ValentinesDaySurvivalTips pic.twitter.com/CdO95iDqtR— Atanas (@atanasi_) February 12, 2016 February 14 is hours away and most people, well, most lovers, can’t wait for the day to come.Valentine’s Day, although not an official holiday, is observed in most countries. It’s the day when lovers express their affection towards their partners, and shower them with various gifts to boost their romantic relationships.Kenyans have not been left behind. Most of them are eagerly awaiting the day so that they can show their love to their better halves.Other though, those on social media to be precise, don’t understand the anxiety. #KOT (meaning Kenyans On Twitter) as they are known, have taken to twitter to brush the day aside, even going ahead to give tips on how one can avoid the expenses that come with the celebrations.Most of them do not see any logic in spending lots of money in showing one’s love to their partner.As always, under the hashtag #ValentinesDaySurvivalTips, the #KOT have come up with hilarious memes and posts dismissing the day, saying what  they’d rather do when it comes.Here is a collection of some of those funny posts;#ValentinesDaySurvivalTips pretend to be sick!! She will ignore all valentine plans pic.twitter.com/B36CXZ12KD— Machuka Wyclife (@Machukah) February 12, 2016https://twitter.com/FestusKangogo/status/698025192128315394last_img read more

PM condemns EU’s ‘blacklist’ of Caribbean countries

first_imgLocalNews PM condemns EU’s ‘blacklist’ of Caribbean countries by: Dominica Vibes News – June 23, 2015 A decision by the European Union’s tax watchdog to blacklist several Caribbean countries has been condemned by Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.The EU’s executive Commission published a blacklist of 30 countries it says are not doing enough to crack down on tax avoidance on Thursday 18 June 2015. Among the list of countries blacklisted by the EU are Antigua and Barbuda, Anguilla, Barbados, Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Montserrat, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and the US Virgin Islands.“Dominica wants to place on record its condemnation of the blacklisting of our sister Caribbean and CARICOM countries,” Prime Minister Skerrit told a press briefing on Tuesday 23 June 2015.“We maintain that there is no basis for such blacklisting, it was done without consultation, it was done without engaging of those countries to draw to those countries, if there would have been any matter of concern to the European Union,” Mr Skerrit continued. Mr Skerrit, who is also the Minister of Finance, said although Dominica was not listed among the countries, it must record its disagreement with the EU’s decision as this decision impacts Member States of CARICOM and the Organization of the Eastern Caribbean States (OECS).“Dominica wants to stand in solidarity with those sister countries in their fight to clear their good name and to restore the countries in the categories in which they ought to be as jurisdictions where our financial system is properly regulated,” PM Skerrit stated. Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img Tweet Share 92 Views   no discussionslast_img read more