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Family in prayer

RACHELLE AGARD, rachelleagard@nationnews.com

Added 06 December 2017


Family members in front of the flag-draped coffin of Constable Wallace Greenidge during the prayer. (Picture by Ricardo Leacock.)

Even in death, life must still be celebrated.

And so the family members of the late Constable Wallace Greenidge were called to the altar as Reverend Dr Scoffield Eversley offered up prayers to help them in their time of grief, during the constable’s funeral service yesterday.

Greenidge was found floating off the Animal Flower Cave, St Lucy, on November 12, after a fishing trip with his friend Kenmore Mayers.

Mourners at the Western Light Church Of The Nazarene remembered Greenidge as a go-getter, who lived to celebrate life and those around him. (RA)


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