Farewell to activist Clarke
HE WAS VERY CANDID, sometimes impulsive, but very passionate and wanted everything done yesterday.
That’s how Trevor “Job” Clarke was described yesterday by Pastor Eliseus Joseph who conducted the funeral service for the well-known black businessman and black power activist, who died September 24 at 78.
In the hour-long service at the Abundant Life Assembly, Bank Hall, St Michael, Joseph reminded the congregation that Clarke had a special love for people and was always ready to lend a helping hand.
Glowing tributes also came from some of Clarke’s closest associates, ranging from businessmen and lawyers to politicians, along with the entertainment and sporting fraternities. (TS)
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