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Profiles

Profiles

Hermus Selwyn Liverpool

September 2, 1920 - September 13, 2009. Passed peacefully at home at the age of 89, after a long courageous struggle with Chronic Kidney Disease and Dementia, with wife Marjorie, daughter Diane and sister Carmelle at his bedside. Hermus will be sadly missed by many relatives and friends.

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Fred Phillips

Freddie was a great brother and a friend. He was second in line of his siblings. Freddie was the one you could always turn to for advice. He was the one who could keep the family going with laughter when there was a family gathering. He was very independent, single minded and fair in his dealings with all, whether in the family or otherwise.

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Oswald Kingsley George

Born Oswald Kingsley George in Mesopotamia, St. Vincent on April 30, 1943, the third child of Duncan and Leah George. Ossie, as he was affectionately known passed away on January 6th, 2005 at his home on Hopewell Rd, Mesopotamia, St. Vincent.

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Dr. Joseph Alban Liverpool

Vincentian-born Trail Blazer Dr. Joseph Alban Liverpool was the first Chairman of Caribana, now known as Toronto Caribbean Carnival which started in 1967. In December 1966 he was one of the local West Indian (African-Caribbean) professionals who were asked by the Federal Government to make a contribution in Toronto to Canada’s Centennial in 1967.

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