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Remembering Guyanese 
 
       In Loving memory of the following Guyanese. They are sadly missed by relatives and friends. Kindly, send a message of condolence to their families and love ones.
 
Death leaves a heartache
No one can heal
Love leaves a memory
No one can tell
Till we meet again...

IN MEMORY OF CLARENCE FREDERICK ELLIS, CCH

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Clarence Ellis

 

Clarence F. Ellis, 80, a former Deputy Governor of the Bank of Guyana and Chairman of the State Planning Commission, who has also served as an Alternate Executive Director at the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank for Guyana and other CARICOM countries, died April 17 in Washington, DC, U.S.A., after a long illness.  He lived in Bowie, Maryland, U.S.A.

He was born in Queenstown, the first village on the Essequibo Coast.  He was the first of ten children of Samuel and Elsie Ellis.  He received his early education at St. Bartholomew’s Anglican School in Queenstown.  Clarence attended Queens College on a government county scholarship.  He taught for many years as a primary school teacher before leaving for England to study Economics.   He earned a Bachelor of Science (Economics) Degree from the University of Leicester and a Master of Science (Economics) Degree in Development Economics from the London School of Economics (LSE). 

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Winston Murray

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Ms. Janet Jagan

MS. JANET JAGAN: The former president of Guyana died suddenly on Saturday, March 28, 2009. She is survived by her two children Joey and Nadira.
 
 
 
 
 

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Mr. Ayube H. Khan

AYUBE MOHAMMED- Former radio announcer
 
ELLIS, HENRY- 91
Died On: December 5, 2008- Dorchester, MA
 
DERYCK BERNARD- Former PNCR official
 
ALABASTER, Daphney- 65
Died On: November, 2007- Lynn, MA
 
BROWN, William- 82
Died On: December 21, 2005, in New York
 
HERCULES, (Chappy) Ian- 48
Died On: Tuesday, December 18, 2007, in New York
 
KING-LOUM, Phillis- 59
Died On: November 18, 2005, in Boston
 
MENTORE, Eric- 75
Died On: May 03, 2007, in Montreal
 
 
 
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