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This profile was last updated on 12/1/06  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Sam Williams

Wrong Sam Williams?

Employment History

  • President
    Bahamas Loving Care
  • President
    the Bahamas Loving Care Association
  • Chairman
    the Bahamas Loving Care Association

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    the Bahamas Loving Care Association
8 Total References
Web References
The Nassau Guardian -, 1 Dec 2006 [cached]
Bahamas Loving Care President Sam Williams has been on a three-year drive to bring some help and hope to these traumatized families.
"This shouldn't be," Mr Williams said."This is going on to three years and nobody knows what's going on.If you sit back and think about it, nothing much has happened in three years."
Mr Williams has teamed up with other organizations around the country to ensure that these families are able to enjoy this Christmas season, as they have been robbed of that luxury.
Sam Williams — ..., 31 Jan 2009 [cached]
Sam Williams — Nassau
Sam Williams is a former physical education teacher turned taxi driver. He has been involved in the development of tourism for more than 25 years. He has also been active in the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation's People to People program.
As president of the Bahamas Loving Care Association (BLCA), he has taken a personal interest in the promotion of The Bahamas as a tourism region. Through the BLCA, Williams has worked extensively with very special visitors who have come through the Make a Wish Foundation. His efforts with the foundation have allowed him to help fulfill the dreams of children with life-threatening medical conditions. Williams was a finalist in the First Caribbean Unsung Heroes program.
Sea Hauler victims outraged over Sam ..., 9 May 2008 [cached]
Sea Hauler victims outraged over Sam Williams' comments
Appearing as guests on the radio talk show "The Way Forward" victims Stephen Rose, Tennyson Leslie, Sophie Antonio, Cedric Hart and Paulette Dean, said they were surprised and angry to hear that Sam Williams, chairman of the Bahamas Loving Care Association was speaking on their behalf.
Williams told The Guardian on Sunday that the $1 million ex-gratia payment allocated by the government for the victims of the Sea Hauler tragedy was a "drop in the bucket" when stacked against their medical bills.
"They have a lot of medical bills and they are still pouring in. So that's only a drop in the bucket.And when the lawyers get paid out of that, nothing will be left for them," said Williams.
Rose told The Guardian yesterday that Williams was speaking "out of place".
"Sam (Williams) left us a whole year ago.
In an earlier interview, Williams said he was the one who originally brought attention to the group's plight.He added that he hoped they were grateful.
Williams said he was happy that the government had lived up to its word.He said he had helped the group out because he could not stand to watch them suffer.
"All I wanted to do was help them," he said in a telephone interview.
Last week, Minister of Maritime and Labour Dion Foulkes announced that the government would pay out $1 million to the victims.
He said that after a "comprehensive multi-agency investigation" and it was determined that the government was innocent of any wrongdoing, they agreed to make the ex-gratia payment, as they were not legally bound to assist the victims.
The Nassau Guardian - 'Accident-prone' area needs urgent attention - residents, 2 Mar 2004 [cached]
Sam Williams, a member of The Bahamas Loving Care Association, said that he was gravely concerned over the number of accidents occurring in the vicinity.The corner is a blind one, and motorists must stop and emerge onto Faith Ave. as cautiously and slowly as possible.
Mr. Williams appealed to the Government to either construct speed bumps or install a traffic light at the junction.He also asked for the speed limit of 35 miles per hour on Faith Ave. to be converted to 25 mph."I believe that with these changes, the speeding would slow down," he said.
Call for speed bumps
The Nassau Guardian -, 4 Aug 2006 [cached]
Founding President of Bahamas Loving Care, Sam Williams, hosted a press conference yesterday to shed light on the dilemma.
"The gentleman stopped the bus, took the walker, threw it off the bus and turned around and put him off the bus," Mr Williams said.
Mr Williams said the disabled and handicapped in the country are also experiencing shortcomings in other areas and urged the government to bring back the sign language in the ZNS newscast for the benefit of the deaf community.
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