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In memoriam 2016
Remembering the lives of those we have lost in 2016.
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Balgobin RAMDEEN
Former Parliamentarian, Trinidad and Tobago
1925 - 28 December 2016, aged 91
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Surendranath CAPILDEO
Former Senator, Trinidad and Tobago
1940 - 24 December 2016, aged 76
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The Hon. Sir Kenneth VENNER
Former Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
21 January 1946 - 22 December 2016, aged 70
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Albert Emmanuel HUGHES
Former Cabinet Minister, Anguilla
1934 – 21 December 2016, aged 82
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James Ronald WEBSTER
First Chief Minister, Anguilla
2 March 1926 - 9 December 2016, aged 90
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Fidel Alejandro CASTRO RUZ
Former President, Cuba
13 August 1926 - 25 November 2016, aged 90
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Sir Nicholas Alexander BRATHWAITE
Former Prime Minister, Grenada
8 July 1925 – 28 October 2016, aged 91
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Fitz Uriel Alexander CARMICHAEL
Former Cabinet Minister, Guyana
10 August 1935 - 22 September 2016, aged 81
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Eustach COCHRANE
Former Cabinet Minister, Antigua and Barbuda
c 1936 - 2 August 2016, aged 79
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Sir Frederick SMITH
Former Cabinet Minister and Jurist, Barbados
6 July 1924 - 11 July 2016, aged 92
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Patrick MANNING
Former Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago
17 August 1946 - 2 July 2016, aged 69
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Jules Richard KRANENBURG
Former Cabinet Minister, Guyana
30 September 1932 - 30 May 2016, aged 83
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Sir Reginald PALMER, GCMG, MBE
Former Governor-General, Grenada
15 February 1923 - 23 May 2016, aged 93
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The Hon. Derrick ROCHESTER
Former Trade Unionist and Parliamentarian, Jamaica
1940 - 9 April 2016, aged 76
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Franklin A.M. BARON
Former Chief Minister, Dominica
19January 1923 - 9 April 2016, aged 93
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William Haslyn PARRIS, CCH
Former Deputy Prime Minister, Guyana
2 March 1941 - 28 March 2016, aged 75
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Lincoln MYERS
Former Cabinet Minister, Trinidad and Tobago
dob - 15 March 2016, aged mid 60s
 
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