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H. E. Adalbert Tucker laid to rest

Official funeral services were held on Saturday morning, May 3, for His Excellency, Adalbert Alexander Tucker, at St. John’s Cathedral in Belize City. Bert passed away on April 10 in Kingston, Jamaica, at the age of 70.

Celebrant of the Requiem Mass was Rt. Rev. Philip Wright (Lord Bishop of Belize), assisted by Rev. Eric Richards, Rev. Rudolph Anthony, and Rev. Lynda Moguel.

The Organist was Mr. Kevin Campbell.

Hon. Godwin Hulse, the Minister of Labor and Local Government, gave the Official Remembrance, while Eulogies were given by Norman Fairweather and Vernon Card. Elecif Tucker Arthurs, a sister of the deceased, gave the Family Reflection.

The Pallbearers were Russell Tucker, Milton Arthurs, Jr., Chad Tucker, Alister Martin, Kingsley Jenkins, and Amilcar Mutilifa.

Adalbert Alexander Tucker is survived by his children: Andrea, Patrice, Keisha, Amilcar, Alister and Andre; his mother, Floretta Tucker; brother, Russell; sisters, Rita, Eleanor, Elecif and Enid; grandchildren, Chad, Chris, Devante, Aaliyah, Alannah, Nathan, Daniel, Micaiah, Akira, and Athena; sons-in-law, daughter-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins, and special friend and companion, Karen.

The management and staff of Kremandala extend deepest condolences to the family and friends of the late Adalbert Alexander Tucker.

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