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Niland Funeral Service Time of Service

210 West End Drive
New Roads, LA 70760
(225) 638-6445
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Niland's Funeral Service

210 West End Drive
New Roads, LA 70760
(225) 638-6445
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'Aunt Cin' celebrates a century - Jamaica Observer

Monday, September 19, 2016

Crest Hotel in Leeds, St Elizabeth late last month.Colquhoun-Myrie was born on August 28, 1916 and grew up in the Cool Retreat and Ginger Piece areas of north western St Elizabeth. She attended the New Roads Elementary School, Nightingale Grove Elementary and the Nightingale Grove Baptist Church, where as an adult she served in a number of roles.She resided in the adjoining community of Woodlands after marriage and is remembered for her homemaking abilities and fashion designing skills.“So proud were you of your designs that the tags in the clothes of your clients defined without a doubt that they were unmistakably Cinda’s Creations,” said a citation read for her.Following the passing of her husband, relatives say, she travelled to the United States of America where she lived and worked for many years.Today, she spends her days in Compton, also in northern St Elizabeth.Colquhoun-Myrie outlived her seven siblings.She has no biological children but has earned the title of mother and grandmother because she took on the parental responsibility of some of her relatives.Included among them is her niece and adopted daughter Millicent Thomas-Monteith (Dotty) who is now her caregiver.Those who know Colquhoun-Myrie have also attested to the care she has for others outside of her family.“Aunt Cin, over the years I have known you to have made contributions not only to just your family members, but by your warm personality, generosity and loyalty you have enriched the lives of many in the different communities you have resided,” said her niece-in-law Beverly Tulloch-Danvers.Thomas-Monteith told the Jamaica Observer Central that Colquhoun-Myrie still has an independent spirit.She said that on her monthly visits to the bank she merely accompanies her because she is fully capable of handling her financial affairs.Thomas-Monteith said that she can take a bath on her own, comb her hair, read the instructions before taking medication, sweep the floor, water her flowers and, up until recently, take the walk through the different aisles in the supermarket to select the items she wants when they go out to shop.She said that she enjoys hav...

Assistance/Relief for flood victims - KFDA

Monday, August 29, 2016

N. 2nd St.Hammond: Former Parish Tourism Building, 42271 S. Morrison Blvd.Lafayette: 301 W. University Ave.New Iberia: The Iberia Parish Fire Protection District Training Center, 2417 Darnell RoadNew Roads: False River Parking Lot, 1200 Major ParkwaySpringfield: American Legion Hall, 26200 Highway 43St. Francisville: Independence Community Center, 10494 State Highway 965St. Gabriel: East Iberville Gym, 3265 Highway 75Zachary: Zachary Men's Club, 5746 Rollins Rd.If you were displaced in the storm, have registered with FEMA, and are living in one of these four categories of places after the storm, you are eligible for help from the TSA program:Living in a carLiving in a hotel/motelLiving in a mass shelterLiving at your place of employmentOther important information about eligibilityYou may also be eligible for short-term lodging assistance if your home is damaged, destroyed, inaccessible or lacking power as a result of the severe storms and floods in the following parishes: Acadia, Ascension, Avoyelles, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Evangeline, Iberia, Iberville, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, Livingston, Point Coupee, St. Helena, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Vermilion, Washington, and West Feliciana.FEMA will contact you to inquire about your current housing situation and provide instructions on how to receive short-term lodging. You don’t need to wait for a FEMA housing inspector visit for to be considered for short-term lodging.STATE SALES TAX RETURNS: Louisiana residents in presidential declared disaster areas impacted by the March and August floods can file for a refund of state sales tax they paid on personal property destroyed by the floods. Claims should be filed with the Louisiana Department of Revenue. To learn more, visit www.latreasury.com and click on "Sales Tax Disaster Relief."TEMPORARY HOUSING:FEMA assistance will be in two parts: Part 1 - FEMA will issue 30 day housing vouchers for eligible people. You need to go to the website www.DisasterAssistance.gov to register for housing vouchers or other transitional housing funds. Applicants for housing vouchers must be able to prove they are living in a hotel, shelter or at their place of employment. If you are already registered, they will call you very soon. If you are staying at your home with friends or family, you are not eligible.Part 2 - FEMA is calling on all privately owned rental properties to get more properties on the market. **They are working on longer term options** a...

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'Aunt Cin' celebrates a century - Jamaica Observer

Monday, September 19, 2016

Crest Hotel in Leeds, St Elizabeth late last month.Colquhoun-Myrie was born on August 28, 1916 and grew up in the Cool Retreat and Ginger Piece areas of north western St Elizabeth. She attended the New Roads Elementary School, Nightingale Grove Elementary and the Nightingale Grove Baptist Church, where as an adult she served in a number of roles.She resided in the adjoining community of Woodlands after marriage and is remembered for her homemaking abilities and fashion designing skills.“So proud were you of your designs that the tags in the clothes of your clients defined without a doubt that they were unmistakably Cinda’s Creations,” said a citation read for her.Following the passing of her husband, relatives say, she travelled to the United States of America where she lived and worked for many years.Today, she spends her days in Compton, also in northern St Elizabeth.Colquhoun-Myrie outlived her seven siblings.She has no biological children but has earned the title of mother and grandmother because she took on the parental responsibility of some of her relatives.Included among them is her niece and adopted daughter Millicent Thomas-Monteith (Dotty) who is now her caregiver.Those who know Colquhoun-Myrie have also attested to the care she has for others outside of her family.“Aunt Cin, over the years I have known you to have made contributions not only to just your family members, but by your warm personality, generosity and loyalty you have enriched the lives of many in the different communities you have resided,” said her niece-in-law Beverly Tulloch-Danvers.Thomas-Monteith told the Jamaica Observer Central that Colquhoun-Myrie still has an independent spirit.She said that on her monthly visits to the bank she merely accompanies her because she is fully capable of handling her financial affairs.Thomas-Monteith said that she can take a bath on her own, comb her hair, read the instructions before taking medication, sweep the floor, water her flowers and, up until recently, take the walk through the different aisles in the supermarket to select the items she wants when they go out to shop.She said that she enjoys hav...

Assistance/Relief for flood victims - KFDA

Monday, August 29, 2016

N. 2nd St.Hammond: Former Parish Tourism Building, 42271 S. Morrison Blvd.Lafayette: 301 W. University Ave.New Iberia: The Iberia Parish Fire Protection District Training Center, 2417 Darnell RoadNew Roads: False River Parking Lot, 1200 Major ParkwaySpringfield: American Legion Hall, 26200 Highway 43St. Francisville: Independence Community Center, 10494 State Highway 965St. Gabriel: East Iberville Gym, 3265 Highway 75Zachary: Zachary Men's Club, 5746 Rollins Rd.If you were displaced in the storm, have registered with FEMA, and are living in one of these four categories of places after the storm, you are eligible for help from the TSA program:Living in a carLiving in a hotel/motelLiving in a mass shelterLiving at your place of employmentOther important information about eligibilityYou may also be eligible for short-term lodging assistance if your home is damaged, destroyed, inaccessible or lacking power as a result of the severe storms and floods in the following parishes: Acadia, Ascension, Avoyelles, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Evangeline, Iberia, Iberville, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, Livingston, Point Coupee, St. Helena, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Vermilion, Washington, and West Feliciana.FEMA will contact you to inquire about your current housing situation and provide instructions on how to receive short-term lodging. You don’t need to wait for a FEMA housing inspector visit for to be considered for short-term lodging.STATE SALES TAX RETURNS: Louisiana residents in presidential declared disaster areas impacted by the March and August floods can file for a refund of state sales tax they paid on personal property destroyed by the floods. Claims should be filed with the Louisiana Department of Revenue. To learn more, visit www.latreasury.com and click on "Sales Tax Disaster Relief."TEMPORARY HOUSING:FEMA assistance will be in two parts: Part 1 - FEMA will issue 30 day housing vouchers for eligible people. You need to go to the website www.DisasterAssistance.gov to register for housing vouchers or other transitional housing funds. Applicants for housing vouchers must be able to prove they are living in a hotel, shelter or at their place of employment. If you are already registered, they will call you very soon. If you are staying at your home with friends or family, you are not eligible.Part 2 - FEMA is calling on all privately owned rental properties to get more properties on the market. **They are working on longer term options** a...