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Mary Foster – Ocean City, NJ

first_imgFoster, Mary T. of Ocean City NJ passed away on Tuesday June 28, 2016 in Somers Point NJ.Born in Philadelphia PA. She had resided in Ocean City for the past 19 years.Mrs. Foster was a forty year employee of Wanamakers in Philadelphia before retiring in 1988.A member of Our Lady of Good Counsel of St. Damien Parrish in Ocean City she was also a member of the Leisure Club and St. Joe’s Alumni Association.Mrs. Foster is survived by her husband Robert of Ocean City. Also surviving are her nieces Patricia Payes (Jerry), Nancy Fink, Dorothy Burns and nephews Frank Quinn (Margaret) and Michael Quinn (Caroline).A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Friday July 1, 2016 morning at 10 O’clock From Our Lady of Good Counsel Church of St. Damien Parrish. Where friends may call from 9 O’clock until the time of MassInterment will follow in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Philadelphia PA.Those who desire may send memorial contributions in Mrs. Foster’s name to: St. Damien Parrish, 1310 Ocean Ave. Ocean City NJ 08226. For condolences to the family please visit www.godfreyfuneralhome.comlast_img read more

Keeping your strategic plan in focus

first_img 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr As we approach the end of the year, many financial institutions are wrapping up their 2016 plans and getting ready for the next phase – execution. This is where the real work begins. You’ve spent the better part of 2015 preparing for this next chapter. It’s time to put the pieces in place so those plans become actions when the calendar flips to 2016.Hopefully, your financial institution won’t fall into the trap that so many other organizations do. They breathe a sigh of relief that planning is over for a while. They tuck all of their papers and reports back into their respective folders, and they forget about most of what was discussed until it’s time to start planning for the next year.Here are three ways to help you avoid this:Make goal review part of every monthly board meeting. The first thing your board members should see in their board books/packets, even before the meeting agenda, is a list of 2016 goals with a status update for each one. Board members must stay in the know. continue reading »last_img read more

Trophy Stall supports IKD Caribbean Cup

first_imgTHE Trophy Stall, which has already distinguished itself as one of the most consistent supporters of sports in Guyana, has committed to supporting the Guyana Karate Federation’s IKD Caribbean Cup competition, which will be held over the coming weekend.This event involves karatekas competing for championship honours in both junior and senior categories of this sport.Speaking at the Trophy Stall’s South Road, Georgetown location on Tuesday, proprietor Ramesh Sunich highlighted that the company is always elated to be an ally of sport.“Once against, Trophy Stall is pleased to be on board with yet another tournament; this time it’s karate. It’s not our first time being in the karate world, but I assumed that this is the biggest tournament we would have had in Guyana in recent times, and I’m pleased with Mr Woon-A-Tai, who chose to come to Trophy Stall to select his trophies,” Sunich explained.As Chief Instructor and Chairman of the Guyana Karate College, Frank Woon-A-Tai expressed heartfelt gratitude to Sunich and his company for the kind gesture.“We’d like to express gratitude to Ramesh Sunich for donating these trophies to the 2019 IKD Caribbean Cup,” he said.The IKD Caribbean Cup is expected to commence on Friday, August 23 (tomorrow) with training sessions and seminars. The competition days are Saturday, August 24 and Sunday, August 25. Woon-A-Tai anticipates that this tournament will not only be large, but will contribute to Guyana’s Sport Tourism sector.“It’s going to be one of the largest karate tournaments in Guyana, because we’re expecting almost 200 overseas guests to come in, which will boost sport tourism in Guyana,” Woon-A-Tai said.With students coming from Transport Karate Club and YMCA, Guyana’s contingent is expected to be in excess of 100 students. Woon-A-Tai believes that Guyana has the capacity to do well in this tournament, especially since the event is being hosted on home turf.Other countries participating in this tournament are: Trinidad and Tobago, 79 students; Barbados 74, St Vincent and the Grenadines 25 and other smaller islands would also be in attendance.The IKD Caribbean Cup will be hosted at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Homestretch Avenue in Georgetown.last_img read more