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Regional condolences

Published on Monday, July 12, 2010 Email To Friend    Print Version

  • I present my condolences to the Seales family. He has given to the people of the Caribbean an unprecedented opportunity to liberate themselves from the weight of oppression and poor governance by incubating good and critical journalism. For this, I will be indebted for life to his memory!
    Jean H Charles
    Caribbean Net News columnist

  • A great loss for the Caribbean and the world. My condolences to your entire staff. My conversations with him and my reading of his commentaries proved that he was a man of social justice thinking and carried an irreplaceable passion of the affirmation of ordinary folks through hard-hitting analysis of power abuses that destroy public trust and democratic values. A champion of courageous advocacy indeed!
    Dr Isaac Newton
    Caribbean Net News columnist

  • I just read of Desmond Seales’ passing and I am filled with a deep sense of loss. Mr Seales was a visionary with a tremendous sense of community building and uplifting. He was a trailblazer who “dared to be great” and he left an indelible mark on this region and beyond. Please accept my deepest sympathy and may God keep his family during this time of bereavement.
    Spence M. Finlayson
    Motivational speaker and Caribbean Net News columnist
    Nassau, Bahamas

  • Please accept my condolences on the passing of Desmond Seales, publisher and editor in chief of Caribbean Net News. I will keep you and your colleagues in my prayers during this period of mourning.
    Debbie Douglas
    Daughter of Rosie Douglas, late Prime Minister of Dominica
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