Despite not receiving the necessary support from the state to bid for ICC Women T20 World Cup matches in November 2018, the region’s most organised women cricket structure will feature for the...
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HOLDIP DIANNE MARSHALL
HOLDIP DIANNE MARSHALL former Assistant Registrar at Hugh Wooding Law School passed away peacefully on Tuesday 7th November 2017.She was the daughter of Roy Marshall (decd) and Verna Baptiste (Grenada). Sister of Carlton Hosten (decd) and Sonia Hosten (U.S.A.). Beloved Wife of Justice Malcolm Holdip. Mother of Jarryd (Grenada), Arielle and Yannick Holdip. Grand Mother of Jayden Park-Holdip. Sister in Law of Sallian Holdip, Owen Walker and Nancy Holdip(decd). Cousin of The Stephenson (Grenada). Niece of Jean Small (Barbados). Best Friend of Celia Clyne Edwards QC and Senator The Honourable Bridgid Annisette-George and Ambassador Penelope Beckles. Close Friend Venus Clarke, Deidre Lucas, Meryl Forsythe, Eileen James, Cecelia Rougier,Yvette Lawrence Hood(Grenada), The Honourable Mr. Timothy Harris (PrimeMinister, St. Kitts & Nevis), Sonia Edwards, Euphemia Roberts, Dawn Caines, Father Frank Power (St. Kitts &Nevis), Valda Henry (Dominica), Sister Claire Harris (Cluny)and Sister Ann Celestin (Camelite), devoted staff at the Hugh Wooding Law School and many others. Cultural advocate of the calypso steelband and mas fraternities in St. Kitts & Nevis, Grenada and Trinidad & Tobago.Avid contributor to radio I95.5FM, wack 90.1 FM and Talk City 91.1 FM. Funeral service for the Late Dianne Marshall-Holdip takes place on Wednesday 15th November,2017 at 10.00 a.m. at the Fatima Roman Catholic Church, Bushe Street, Curepe. Followed by a Private Cremation.The body will be removed from JUNIOR ARMSTRONG MEMORIAL FUNERAL SERVICES, # 14 KING STREET, ARIMA, at 8.00 a.m for the church. Enquires can be made at Armstrongs Arima. Tel 667-3250/ 776-2613.
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