Lionel Ivory, Jr., 34, of Port Arthur died Wednesday, November 25, 2020. Funeral arrangements are pending at Gabriel Funeral Home.Rosella Thomas, 85, of Port Arthur died Friday, November 27, 2020. Funeral arrangements are pending at Gabriel Funeral Home.Ira Carter, Jr., 52, of Port Arthur died Friday, November 27, 2020. Funeral arrangements are pending at Gabriel Funeral Home.Edmond J. Francois, 81, of Port Arthur died Sunday, November 29, 2020. Funeral arrangements are pending at Gabriel Funeral Home. Kenneth Davis, 60, of Nederland, Texas died Monday, November 30, 2020. Services pending with Levingston Funeral Home – Groves.Pamela Sims, 56, of Port Arthur died Friday, November 20, 2020. Funeral arrangements are pending at Gabriel Funeral Home.Robert Lee Thomas, 71, of Port Arthur died Wednesday, November 25, 2020. Funeral arrangements are pending at Gabriel Funeral Home. Joseph Howard Lewis, Jr., 87, of Port Arthur died Sunday, November 29, 2020. Funeral arrangements are pending at Gabriel Funeral Home.Theresa Rideaux, 79, of Port Arthur died Monday, November 30, 2020. Funeral arrangements are pending at Gabriel Funeral Home.Kenneth James Gilliam, 69, of Port Neches, died Wednesday, December 2, 2020. Services pending with Broussard’s, Nederland. Patricia Normand 65 of Port Arthur, TX died November 24, 2020. Services pending with Hannah Funeral Home, Inc.James Moore Sr. 92 of Port Arthur, TX died November 29, 2020. Services pending with Hannah Funeral Home,Inc.Gloria Babin, 82 of Groves, Texas died Sunday, November 29, 2020. Services pending with Levingston Funeral Home – Groves.
Biamp conference room solutions are now approved by Zoom for use with both Zoom software and Zoom Rooms. Thus, Biamp now supports bidirectional mute synchronization to share mute or unmute commands with Zoom. (This means Biamp microphones display mute status — red or green — and pass mute commands to the overall system with the push of a button.)The testing was conducted by Zoom and Biamp together on Biamp’s Devio SCR and Tesira platforms, working with Zoom and Zoom Rooms. The latest Tesira and Zoom releases enable the new features.The certification covers Devio, Parlé, Tesira and the EX-UBT.
Share 282 Views no discussions Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews Bureau of Standards to ensure pack houses are certified by: Government Information Service – January 12, 2015 Share Tweet Banana pack house in Guatemala (Photo: www.bananalink.org.uk)The Bureau of Standards is ensuring that pack houses around the Island are certified.Technical Officer at the Bureau of Standards, Roland Royer, says these pack houses will facilitate the implementation of the Fresh Produce Quality Control Act that the Bureau is directly responsible for.According to Royer, “For the past year or two we have been working closely with the Dominica Export Import Agency(DEXIA), who is responsible for managing the pack houses to ensure that what they do is up to international standards. The act makes provision that packing houses are certified in order for fresh produce to be exported. The Bureau has been working closely with them to facilitate study tours. We have been to Belize where we have understudied certified packing houses to get a first hand appreciation for its operations. Lessons learned from that tour will allow the Bureau to make recommendation to DEXIA to make upgrades.”He says for the pack houses to be successfully ran, three key areas need to be considered.Royer added, “One would be the consistent supply of fresh produce. We are aware that DEXIA has contracted farmers, and we are working with them to upgrade their farms to attain certification. Secondly, there needs to be a proper quality management system at the pack houses. We have developed a generic quality manual which we have handed over to DEXIA to be used as a guide to implement the quality management system. Thirdly, we think the mode of transportation of the packaged commodity needs to be address. We welcomed Government’s idea of investing a proper vessel to transport the packaged produce. That vessel should be directly linked to the packing houses.”Over $745,000 was approved by the Caribbean Development Bank in 2014, to develop two pack houses on Island in Roseau and Portsmouth. read more
West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic has revealed he is worries about his team and defensive displays after a 4-2 defeat to West Brom.The Hammers were blown away as ex-Tottenham Hotspur star Nacer Chadli claimed two goals and two assists in a superb performance at the Hawthorns.And even though Michail Antonio and Manuel Lanzini reduced the arrears in the Midlands, conceding another four goals has left the Croatian boss concerned.“I am worried about West Ham,” the despondent Bilic admitted.“If we continue to play like this defensively it’s going to be hard for us to win many games. It’s a problem.“It’s defending as a team. If you add individual mistakes it’s too much. We’ve conceded 13 goals from the start of the season.“I was angry and disappointed. I didn’t give up but I had all sorts of emotions.” read more
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