Trivaun Cadogan (Internet Image)
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IT WAS AT THE URGING of friends that Trivaun Cadogan went to take in the action of Thursday night’s CPL cricket match at Kensington Oval.
It was his last big celebration, as the 27-year-old draughtsman, kitchen designer and technician was killed in a crash on the Spring Garden Highway, yards from where the Barbados Tridents had triumphed over the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel.
Yesterday grieving relatives remembered Trivaun, the only child of retired teachers Tyrone and Gloria Cadogan, as respectful and a gem of an artist.
Trivaun was the father of a three-year-old son, Kevaun, and had another child on the way.
His parents were too sorrowful to speak but relatives at their 14th Avenue West Terrace, St James home reminisced about the life of the former worker of Dillon Amber Dane and past student of Coleridge & Parry and Samuel Jackman Prescod Polytechnic. (AC)
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