His mem­ory will live on

Jamaica Gleaner - - SPORTS -

ON BE­HALF of the gov­ern­ment and peo­ple of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, the high com­mis­sion wishes to ex­press its deep­est and heart­felt sym­pa­thy to the fam­ily and col­leagues of the late Brian Ge­orge, one of our most dec­o­rated and mon­u­men­tal men of the soil.

Gone too soon but will not be for­got­ten, his mem­ory and legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of those he has left be­hind, as well as the peo­ple of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and Ja­maica.

To his wife and sons and ex­tended fam­ily, we say, let not your hearts be trou­bled, Brian Ge­orge be­lieved in God the Fa­ther, the Son and the Holy Spirit. In his Fa­ther’s house, there are many man­sions, and God has now taken him to the man­sion that was de­signed for him, to an in­her­i­tance that is im­per­ish­able, un­de­filed and un­fad­ing, and guarded by the power of God. His soul will rest in eter­nal peace, for he is with his Fa­ther and the Fa­ther with him. FITZGER­ALD JEF­FREY High Com­mis­sioner For

The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago 2015: Brian Ge­orge, chair­man of the se­lec­tion com­mit­tee for the Court­ney Walsh Award for Ex­cel­lence, lis­tens to Natalie Neita-Headley, then min­is­ter with re­spon­si­bil­ity for sports, at the open­ing of nom­i­na­tions for the award, held at Cuddy’z Sports Bar and Restau­rant in new Kingston. Look­ing on is Wil­ford ‘Billy’ Heaven, chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer of the Cul­ture, Health, Arts, Sports and Ed­u­ca­tion Fund, ad­min­is­tra­tors of the award. Ge­orge (right) speaks with a ward of Mus­tard Seed Com­mu­ni­ties dur­ing a SVL treat at the Hope Zoo, Old Hope Road, Kingston, ear­lier this year.

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