May his mem­o­ries bring us com­fort

Jamaica Gleaner - - SPORTS -

IT WAS with a great sense of loss when I heard of Brian Ge­orge’s death.

There are never the right words to ex­press how deeply sad­dened we at the Premier League Clubs As­so­ci­a­tion Ltd (PLCA) are. Brian will be truly missed by ev­ery­one who knew him, re­gard­less of where they crossed his path in life.

Brian Ge­orge was more than just a ded­i­cated busi­ness­man. He has al­ways seen the im­por­tance of sup­port­ing sport­ing as­so­ci­a­tions in Ja­maica through Supreme Ven­tures. So it was un­doubt­edly the most wel­com­ing part­ner­ship when Supreme Ven­tures be­came a part­ner/spon­sor to the Na­tional Premier League.

We know that his pass­ing will not only leave a void in our lives, but in the hearts of all those who knew him.

To his fam­ily, friends and the Supreme Ven­tures Group, may his mem­o­ries bring you com­fort in the days ahead.

May God give you all strength. Our sin­cere thoughts and prayers are with you. With our deep­est sym­pa­thy, ED­WARD SEAGA Chair­man Premier League Clubs As­so­ci­a­tion

His epi­taph, carved in Jamaican stone.

His sud­den de­par­ture has cre­ated a void in the gam­ing and en­ter­tain­ment in­dus­try. It is a loss which de­prives us of the en­tre­pre­neur­ial ded­i­ca­tion and the sheer de­light that he pro­vided dur­ing the so­journ in what was to be­come his home­land of choice.

Gone too soon – may he en­joy per­pet­ual peace.


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