74 F
Belize City
Monday, September 21, 2020
Home Highlights Glen “Tang” Gonzales, R. I. P.

Glen “Tang” Gonzales, R. I. P.

BELIZE CITY, Fri. Jan. 30– Funeral services were held this afternoon at St. John’s Cathedral for Glen “Tang” Gonzales, the left wing stalwart of the classy Cinderella Plaza football selections of the 1970s. He was 69 at the time of his passing last week of a heart attack.

Celebrant was Deacon Rudolph Dawson.

Among the mourners in the cathedral was the Plaza icon, Rudolph “Sir Andie” Andersen, and one of the pallbearers was Tang’s more famous younger brother, Philip “Ripper” Coye.
Amandala extends deepest sympathies to the family of Glen “Tang” Gonzales.

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Cyber Crime Bill introduced in the House

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Sept. 17, 2020-- The long-awaited Cyber Crime Bill was finally introduced in the House of Representatives during Wednesday’s meeting. The Cyber...

Belize’s Constitutional requirement for electoral redistricting can and must be done

90.- (1) The Elections and Boundaries Commission shall, after considering the electoral distribution of the population throughout Belize, make proposals from time to time...

$27 million in Supplementary Appropriations passed

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Sept. 17, 2020-- Members of the House of Representatives debated a supplementary appropriation bill at length during Wednesday’s House meeting. One...

Brad’s Boledo and “The Prince Of Bel-Air”?

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Sept. 17, 2020-- At an adjournment during Wednesday’s sitting of the House of Representatives, Hon. Julius Espat, area representative for Cayo...