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September 07, 2014

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roger kelty

Thanks, Larry, you have done a fine job in shedding light (from different
perspectives) on that pivotal period in QC's development which, in many
ways, mirrored on a smaller scale the social and political upheaval of that
landmark period in Bahamian history. Perhaps now an objective appreciation
of what he achieved in the advancement of education at QC may result in some
tangible recognition of his very significant contribution. 'He had a dream!'

Neil Stewart

Thank you Larry for that very accurate piece of journalism, dad would have been proud of you !! A truly inspirational man passed away last week, but he will never be forgotten, especially in Nassau. Men like Rev Nev are rare, but I dont think the Bahamas was ready for someone of his vision and direct approach. I will forever be proud of his achievements and the way he treated everyone as equal !! Dad was a giver throughout his life and made a difference wherever he went. He will be sadly missed !!

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