Florida house Rev. Henry Lyons owned with ex-employee Bernice Edwards in foreclosure

August 1998
Jet;08/03/98, Vol. 94 Issue 10, p33
Examines foreclosure proceedings on a house in St. Petersburg, Florida, which was owned by National Baptist Convention USA Incorporated (NBC) President Reverent Henry Lyons with Bernice Edwards, former public relations director for corporate affairs of NBC. Amount the World Savings and Loan Association is owed on the house; Controversy surrounding the house.


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