John Rollins Braynen II

The managment and staff of Bethel Brothers Morticians expresses our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the dearly departed.
John Braynen II

John Rollins Braynen II

Aged 80 years

John Rollins Braynen II, aged 80, of Freeport, Grand Bahama, died on Saturday, August 15th, 2020.

He is survived by his Children: John “Ted” Braynen, Jennice (Godfrey) Cooper, Deralean (Larry) Farrington, Mildred Reny and Gomeo John Forbes, Rochelle Bernadette Braynen, Jovette (Clynton) Adderley, Johnathon (Petula) Knowles and Daniel Storr; Sisters: Elva Linden-Saunders, Kenvalyn Linden-Wallace, Lorenna Linden-Summons; Brothers: Hensil Theodore Braynen, Kingsley and Vandyke Linden; and a host of other relatives and friends.  Predeceased by daughter Jacquelyn “Jackie” Braynen-Smith.

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  1. Sharlene O’Neill

    My family travelled to Freeport from Toronto in the mid 70’s, and as a young girl I was treated like royalty by my favourite band, The Mustangs. John’s huge smile, beautiful voice and kindness left a huge impression upon me; he kindly had his picture taken with me and called me his “beautiful little soul sister” when he signed my “On Tha Rocks” album. Over the years it became my wish to one day again travel to the Bahamas, and try to find a way to reach John to thank him. I got close to finding him through friends online, but was not able to pinpoint his whereabouts. I send my love to his family, and hope that this note of gratitude brings some comfort and smiles. John will always have a special place in my heart, and the ripples of his kindness have carried on through many miles and many years! I have a few pictures and would happily share them.

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