Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines – August 7 – Retirees Julian Jack and Winston Lyttle have been acknowledged for their impact on several aspects of the Vincentian society. The commendation came at a health fair recently staged by the Joseph DaSilva Senior Memorial Funeral Home to commemorate its first anniversary of operation in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Julian Jack was recognized for his work in the education sector, the credit union movement and the sporting fraternity; while Winston Lyttle was applauded for his contribution to the utilities and skills sectors.

At the fair, Mr. Stephens also announced the Memorial Funeral Home’s opening of a Kingstown branch, located in room 10 of the Russell’s Complex, Stoney Ground. The addition comes exactly one year after the establishment of the first office in the Marriaqua Valley.

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