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Best Locksmith specializes in offering 24 hour services in key making,duplicating, lock repairs, and buzzer system installation.We service residential and commercial propertie s with auto locks,safes, vaults and filing cabinets. Come in or call, we have the keys to solving your security problems.

And Laser Advance key cutting
Auto locks, house, office, safe, vault doors, filing cabinet & Desk opening
Car opening, programming service

And the Multiple locations of Best Locksmith such as

968-4201 13a East Wood Park Road
754-5694 Liguanea/ Manor Park
922-1482 Church st & Barry st corner
774-4291 new Kingston.
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The House of Tranquillity Funeral Home Ltd. was established in 1995 and incorporated by the Registrar of Companies now the Companies Office of Jamaica on the 21st March 1995 .

The Company was founded by Joseph Michael and Opal Veronica Cornwall. At a very young age Joseph was interested in providing final care services for the deceased. It is with this in mind that he sought part-time employment with Madden’s Funeral Home. It was here where he learned both the Administrative and Mortuary Management Skills.

He has honed these skills through several courses in the United States of America and Puerto Rico, where he participated in Embalming and Operation of a Crematorium.

He was employed in the Government Service form 1972-1993. Until he opted for early retirement. While in the Government Service he excelled in all Educational Courses assigned to him. His favourites included Accounting, Systems and Procedures Management and Commercial Law.

He boasts over Forty (40) years of experience in the Funeral Industry. He is by no means selfish, having assisted former workers as well as Business Associates in starting their own Funeral home. The Company’s Mission Statement is “to provide Dignified Professional Services in a Modern State of the Art Facility at the most affordable cost.”

While the day to day operations at the House of Tranquillity is extremely arduous he still finds time to write letters to the Editor of both daily Gleaner and the Jamaica Observer on a wide range of topics affecting Jamaica and the World. He is also an event planner always managing to incorporate his love for Old hits Music and domino playing into all of his functions.
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Since its inception in 2007, Gifted Hands Chiropractic Center has been a health care facility aimed at providing health naturally. Our mission is to build an awareness of what chiropractic is and offer workable solutions without bias. Located at 58½ Lady Musgrave Road, Kingston 10, Jamaica, the Chiropractic Center is fully equipped to provide Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Massage Services and Functional Rehabilitation for a myriad of health conditions, these include but are not limited to:

• Back Pains
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Headaches
• Sciatica and Leg Pains
• Sports Injuries
• Whiplash
• Scoliosis
• Muscle Pains

The Director, Dr. Shane S. Bryan, who was trained in Chiropractic at Life University in Marietta, Georgia has, since his doctorate, received his C.C.E.P. (Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner), a course of study comprised of 7 modules and 105 hours of training designed to hone and complete skills taught while in chiropra ctic school. He has also done both the basic and advanced certification training in Graston Technique, a world leading soft-tissue (muscles, ligaments and tendons) manipulation used extensively in the sports arena that achieves fast long-lasting results for soft-tissue injuries.

In 2011, Dr. Bryan received his certification from Options for Animals in Kansas and the I.V.C.A. (International Veterinary Chiropractic Association) for Animal Chiropractic. This certification gives him the skills necessary to adjust any spine, whether biped or quadruped. His focus is currently on large animal (Equine - horses) but also sees small animals (canine – dogs, feline – cats) as well. Animal adjusting is done at the animal’s location or through a Vet’s office.

Our doors are open to everyone, from persons injured in accidents to persons coping with disabilities.
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With only 105 first form students and a faculty of four Jesuit Fathers, Campion College opened its doors on January 5, 1960 and the first lessons were given that day in a pavi lion and in classrooms borrowed from Campion Hall Preparatory School. Campion Hall Prep had been founded in January 1940 when Rt. Reverend Thomas A. Emmet, S.J., D.D., was Vicar Apostolic of Jamaica and V. Reverend Thomas J. Feeney, S.J. was uperior.It began on the premises of St. George’s College but moved to Roslyn Hall (now known as Campion Hall) at 115 Old Hope Road on January 6, 1942.

To make room for the growing needs of Campion College, the prep school graduated its last class in December 1962, just as twenty-two years earlier it had taken in its first students to supply the needs of St. George’s College.

In just over 50 years, Campion has become the premier high school in the island with over 1400 students. Some of the highlights in the history of the school include:
• The addition of a 6th form programme in 1967
• The transition from a private school to a grant-aided, coeducational public school in 1976
• The school’s outstanding academic record, which has resulted in its awards for Top CSEC & CAPE School based on its examination results over several years
• The numerous national and international awards and scholarships its graduates have received including 14 Rhodes Scholarships.

True to its Jesuit identity, the school’s mission is to create “men and women for others” by forming graduates who are “intellectually competent, open to growth, religious, loving and committed to justice.” To that end, the school has a rigorous academic curriculum as well as a carefully designed, expansive co-curricular programme for character formation. This co-curricular programme includes some 40 clubs and 15 sports and features service clubs which range from the Interact and Key Club, to the Ministry Outreach (which visits children and senior homes weekly), to the Champ ions Homework Club, whereby Campion students tutor children from the inner-city community of nearby Chamber’s Lane.

CAMPION & THE SOCIETY OF JESUS
Not only did the Society establish the school, but its Jesuit Fathers also served as members of staff, encouraging willing young minds in all aspects of learning, and laying foundations in religion, the arts, and science.

Jesuits who have served at Campion College over the years include: Archbishop Samuel Carter (First Headmaster, 1960- 1964), Fr. William Raftery, Fr. John Dorsey, Fr. Farrell, Fr. Ashe, Fr. Coleman, Fr. Ruddy, Fr. Delaney, Br. Clarke, Fr. Bowman, Fr. Reil, Fr. Barry, Fr. Krim, Fr. Macmillan and Fr. Cowley.

Today, Fr. Joseph MacWade, Fr. Con Mulvihill and the Chairman of the School Board, Fr. Peter McIsaac, continue the tradition of Jesuit service to the school.
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Dr. I. G Anderson is the ‘Parish Veterinary Officer’ for St. Ann assigned by the 'Government of Jamaica,The Veterinary Division, Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries.' Dr. Anderson is responsible for disease surveillance and its impact on the welfare of humans in St. Ann. He keeps a close eye on the parish and its well being, as was the case of an outbreak of 'Brucellosis' (Bang's disease/Undulating fever) several years ago. This was kept under control and has been successfully eradicated. Dr. Anderson generally handles these and other special cases. His practice however presently focuses mainly on dogs and cats, facilitating their treatment and overall wellbeing.

In 1982 Dr. Anderson was awarded a Government Scholarship to study at Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama U.S.A., this scholarship was awarded before the completion of his first degree in Natural Sciences at the University of the West Indies (Mona). At Tuskegee University Dr. Anderson completed a Bachelor’s degree in ‘Pure and Applied Sciences’ as well as his D.V.M. qualifying as a ‘Doctor of Veterinary Medicine’. He returned home in 1987 and was bonded with the Jamaican Government until 1992, thereafter he began his private practice.
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On Monday, September 15, 1958, Glenmuir High School welcomed its first batch of fifty-five (55) students. His Excellency, Sir Kenneth Blackburne, Governor of Jamaica, official ly declared the school opened, two weeks later. Known then as Glenmuir Co-educational High, the school was part of an extensive educational programme launched that year by the then Lord Bishop of Jamaica, the late Rt. Rev. Percival W. Gibson.

History records that Custos George W. Muirhead offered his property in Mocho, Clarendon, as a possible site for the school. Eventually the location of his May Pen home, situated on 25 acres of land, was made available at a cost of £13, 500. Robert DeRoux was entrusted with the task of making sure that ‘Muir ’ was forever immortalized in the name of the school.

This house provided classrooms, and the three staff members along with headmaster, Dr. Sydney Howard Scott, established the academic goal of preparing students for the General Certificate of Education at b oth levels.

In 1959, the school was recognized as a Government Grantaided one. With a generous grant from the Anglican Church to the tune of £20,000, and a further £10,000 from a society in England, and the tireless efforts of successive Boards of Governors, classrooms, science laboratories, home economic centre and woodwork shop were erected.

The decade of the sixties saw the establishment of the Parents Teachers ’ Association. Several illustrious educators also joined the Glenmuir family, including School Chaplain and Religious Instructor, Rev. Eric W. A. Dean in 1965.

By 1974, there were 29 teachers, including the Vice Principal, Mrs. D.V. Brown. Four years later, she left for the Principal post at Bishop Gibson, another Anglican high school and was succeeded at Glenmuir by Mrs. Zetilda Morgan.

When the foundation Principal retired after 25 years and handed over the baton to past student, Clement Radcliffe, the student population stood at 1091. With the a ssistance of Vice Principals, Marjorie Henry, Valsie Sommerville, Cynthia Bridge and Beryl Clarke, the high standards and ideals of the institution were kept intact. In July 2008, the school ’s population stood at 1459 students, 79 teachers, with Vice Principals, Mrs. Dahlia Bartley and Mrs. Karen Radcliffe. Of note too, is the unwavering contribution of past students who have made the continued development of their alma mater their life long ambition. For example there are currently thirty-four (34) past students on the teaching staff.

They, with board members, teaching, administrative and ancillary staff, parents, past students and well wishers, have pooled their energy and talents to ensure that Glenmuir will withstand the challenges to be faced in the next fifty years.
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R & S Shaw Auto Supplies and Accessories were established in 1996. We are one of the leading auto parts dealers in Montego Bay, Jamaica, specialising in spare parts for Toyota and Nissan motor vehicles. With our years of experience, we are able to source our parts at competitive prices, therefore making it affordable to our customers. Read more......Read less

 
 

We are an ideas company. Whether the communications expression is needed through a paid advertisement on television, radio, billboard, or in the newspaper, or whether it is th rough point-of- sale or digital or a label design, we collaborate across the media spectrum to create unusually imaginative and original ideas.

Our entire passion is to create work of the highest standard that either creates sales enquiries, or builds brand equity, or disrupts existing consumer behaviour. Whatever we do must work to the advantage of the brand, or to the disadvantage of the competition.

Our overarching vision is of a company of the highest integrity embracing honest employees who are able embrace a sense of humour in an effort to maintain sanity.

Our complete idea philosophy is built around the conceptual consumer and what we have to do to cause a change in behaviour of that conceptual consumer. To paint a picture of our conceptual consumer we chart a course of what happens through their typical day, what brands they consume, what food and drink they consume, what media they consume, and what their challenges and inspirations are, and how our brand will better their lives.
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The House of Tranquillity Funeral Home Ltd. was established in 1995 and incorporated by the Registrar of Companies now the Companies Office of Jamaica on the 21st March 1995 .

The Company was founded by Joseph Michael and Opal Veronica Cornwall. At a very young age Joseph was interested in providing final care services for the deceased. It is with this in mind that he sought part-time employment with Madden’s Funeral Home. It was here where he learned both the Administrative and Mortuary Management Skills.

He has honed these skills through several courses in the United States of America and Puerto Rico, where he participated in Embalming and Operation of a Crematorium.

He was employed in the Government Service form 1972-1993. Until he opted for early retirement. While in the Government Service he excelled in all Educational Courses assigned to him. His favourites included Accounting, Systems and Procedures Management and Commercial Law.

He boasts over Forty (40) years of experience in the Funeral Industry. He is by no means selfish, having assisted former workers as well as Business Associates in starting their own Funeral home. The Company’s Mission Statement is “to provide Dignified Professional Services in a Modern State of the Art Facility at the most affordable cost.”

While the day to day operations at the House of Tranquillity is extremely arduous he still finds time to write letters to the Editor of both daily Gleaner and the Jamaica Observer on a wide range of topics affecting Jamaica and the World. He is also an event planner always managing to incorporate his love for Old hits Music and domino playing into all of his functions.
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Expressing information and creativity through visual and sound Visual-Tech Solutions Limited is an audio/visual company duly incorporated under the laws of Jamaica that provid es high quality video productions, audio reinforcement and multimedia services. The company is also registered and is in good standing with the National Contracts Commission (NCC) and supplies goods and services to the Government of Jamaica. We commenced operations in February 2008 and currently satisfies a high demand for the supply and installation of A/V systems to small, medium and large commercial operations, educational institutions, churches and entertainment promoters. Visual-Tech Solutions boasts a wide-based clientele directly attributed to the diverse skills and reputation of the Company’s highly trained and widely experienced Managing Director and Supporting Staff.

Our projector repair division is one of the best in the Caribbean
we attach the manufacturers’ projector warranty to all projecto rs sold by us. If a projector is purchased from us and becomes defective within the warranty period, we will provide a loaner free of cost while the projector is being repaired or replaced.

We are the only audio/visual company in Jamaica which offers the broadest range of audio/visual products and services:-

• Rental, sales and installation of

- Video conferencing systems
-Video recording & editing services
- Live web casting/streaming
- Video recording and editing
- 3D and 2D animation
- 3D and 2D mapping
- Basic to ultra bright projectors
- Electronic and manual wall mounted and portable projection screens
- Wireless presenters
- Seamless switchers and processing units
- LCD monitors with floor stand
- Powerful laptops
- PA system, DJ consoles and party sound equipment
- Wireless, lapel and headset microphone
- Digital and analog mixers
- Front of house system, including processing rack
- Backline system and instrum ents
- Projector comprehensive servicing and repair

Our aim is getting to know our customers to be able to tailor our products and solutions in order to satisfy up to the very intricate of concepts and ideas expressed, especially in a Boardroom or training room installation solution. End result - we offer the very best in audio/visual systems and solutions at the highest standards while keeping within our customers' budgets. We never compromise on quality.

Our work speaks for itself..........

Website - www.visualtechjm.com
email - sales@visualtechjm.com
Hours Open: Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5:30pm

Technical support on 24/7 call 928-3197
326-4698
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