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cialis buy sick times;”>NEW YORK: The Hon. Forrester J. Carroll, buy cialis drugstore Bahamas Consul General to New York, attended the memorial service for Jonathan Melchizedek Kemp at St Phillips Church, Harlem, New York, on Monday, May 11, 2015. Kemp, better known as “Johnny Kemp,” was a world-renowned entertainer with the smash hit “Just Got Paid,” which made it to number one on the Billboard charts. Born in Nassau and raised in Freeport, Kemp began his career at a young age and was already a national star before he moved on to New York and became an international sensation, spreading a message of Love and Bahamian Pride everywhere he went. Kemp is survived by his wife Deirdre Fisher-Kemp, and two sons, Jason and Jared. Pictured from left to right; Timmy Allen, band member and life-long friend; Cordell Cleare, Chief of Staff, Senator Perkins Office;  Pastor Percy Kemp, brother; Michael Kemp, brother; Patty Kemp-Grossman; Anthony Pratt, Bahamian American Association;  Bishop Sobig Kemp, brother; and Consul General Carroll


NEW YORK — Mr. Edward Kraftmann, Founder and Co-CEO, Ms. Ronit Tehrani, Founder and Co-CEO, and Mr. Jonathan Krause, Chief Financial Officer of, paid a courtesy call to the Hon. Forrester J. Carroll, Bahamas Consul General to New York, on Thursday, May 7, 2015, at Bahama House, 231 East 46th Street. is a non-profit organization that combines speech with education in order to empower tomorrow’s leaders. This rapidly growing organization engages the community and students to become more active participants in their academic, personal and social growth. The executive board is now branching out and hoping to establish a connection with The Bahamas. Pictured from left to right are Mr. Kraftmann, Ms. Tehrani, Consul General Carroll, and Mr. Krause.