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Final tribute from Dems


Final tribute from Dems

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A STEADY STREAM of Democratic Labour Party (DLP) members filed past the casket of Sir Harcourt Lewis yesterday as the body of the DLP stalwart reposed in The Auditorium at the party’s George Street headquarters.

Some party members also sat on the sidelines sharing recollections of the man who devoted much of his life to that political party, serving as a Cabinet minister in a DLP administration.

Sir Harcourt also had a long career as a senior public servant.

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart and Minister of Agriculture Dr David Estwick were among those offering condolences to Lady Lewis and members of the family present in The Auditorium.

An emotional Estwick told the Saturday Sun afterwards: “It is times like these when it is very difficult to really express your genuine feelings about someone who has been close to you for a very long time.” (GC)

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.