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2022
August CBC Supports Inaugural Bahamas Chinese Dragon Boat Festival
  Leonardo Sands Is 2022 CBC Carleton Williams Scholarship Winner
June Caribbean Bottling Company Support Craig Ferguson’s attendance at the 2022 Optimist Worlds Championships
 

Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) makes donations in memory of Cyndi Williams-Rahming

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2021
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August

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Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) makes donations in memory of Cyndi Williams-Rahming


It was with shock and sadness that our CBC family learnt of Cyndi Williams-Rahming’s passing on June 9th 2022. Cyndi, like her father Carleton Williams, was generous to a fault. She worked at CBC, under her father’s leadership for a number of years, and continued even after ownership changed hands.

Passionate about the support and advancement of Bahamians, Cyndi used her platform at CBC to partner with community causes. In her personal capacity as well, she worked tirelessly to advance the wellbeing of Bahamians. “Cyndi served on multiple boards, in various fundraising capacities and was personally an inspiration of mine when it comes to service,” said Karla Wells-Lisgaris Brand Manager at CBC. “After working together for a few years at Caribbean Bottling Co., she and I recently served together on the board of the Salvation Army” she continued.

Cyndi joined the Executive Team of the Bahamas Red Cross in 2015 as Fundraising Chairperson, assisted with the Cancer Society Ball for many years, and also raised funds for The Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation. Undoubtedly, she positively impacted many other organizations.
“In her memory, we thought it fit to make donations to two organizations dear to her heart, The Bahamas Red Cross and the Salvation Army. Both institutions will receive $5,000.00 each,” said Wells-Lisgaris.

“The Williams family has had a profound impact on CBC over many years with Carleton serving on the Board as Chairman and retiring in 2016. Cyndi worked as manager in our Marketing and Customer Service departments for a number of years,” said Walter Wells, President and CEO of CBC. “While it may be a clichĂ©, Cyndi’s laugh could light up a room, and she will be missed. She and her family have left an indomitable mark on our institution,” he continued.

We extend our heartfelt condolences to her husband Ray, mother Katherina, mister Debi and brother Micky for their loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with them at this difficult and challenging time.

May she rest in peace.