|2020-04-27. Tony Hall, NC65, of San Fernando and Tobago, popular dramatist and university lecturer, passed away suddenly this morning at his home in Tobago. Condolences to friends and family.
||2020-05-26 Jimmy Lute passes|
James J. Lute, NC61, eldest son of former principal Rev. Lute, and a bright light for his family and his schoolmates, passed away in Toronto, after four years of cancer treatment. His brother Ted writes: "Jim was a force at Naps - as a scholar, athlete, public speaker and a lover of art and music. Jim excelled in school and life.
This was truly as a result of Naparima nurture". Click here for Memorial Service online Friday 29 May 3:15 EDT
||2020-05-27 Bissoondath Singh passes|
Bissoondath, another of the early 60s gang has passed away in Brampton, after two years of a lung ailment. A native of Iere Village near Princes Town, Bissoondath often joined the Mayaro camps organized by Rab Maharaj. He spent much of his working career in British Columbia.
||2020-04-15 Alston Narick passes|
Alston, 87, had been in a nursing home for several years. He grew up on Royal Road in San Fernando. His father was a prominent cathechist in the southern Mission in the 1930's and 40's. He moved to Montreal in 1957 following his marriage to Pearl Ramdhin, where he taught at Byron Byng for his entire career. Pearl survives him along with three children, and a younger brother in Winnipeg. An older brother, Mauldon, passed away at their Royal Road home some years ago. All three boys attended NC in the 40's and 50's.
| ||Don't miss Fred Thornhill's History of Intercol: 100 Years of South College Football!|
Destined to be another classic of Naparima's cultural history. Thank you, Fred!
<< click on photo to access Fred's book!