PRESS RELEASE People's National Congress Reform Congress Place, Sophia Georgetown Friday December 10, 2004




The People’s National Congress Reform joins Guyanese lovers of Radio in mourning the death of Mr. Albert (Bertie) Chancellor, M.S. who died yesterday after a brief illness.

Fifty five (55) years of service to national radio is certainly a record which others would find difficult, if not impossible, to emulate, but for `Bertie’ this was his life and lived it to the full.

He loved the youth and this trait helped him to keep in touch with the latest fads in music, as well as styles and fashions. His programmes “Teensville” and “Teenagers Choice” kept him in touch with the youths of Guyana.

As Assistant Librarian at the radio station he was the encyclopedia of the record library and would most certainly be missed by all his former colleagues.

To his wife Barbara, children, grandchildren and other relatives, the People’s National Congress Reform extends profoundest sympathy.


People's National Congress Reform
Congress Place, Sophia
Georgetown
Friday December 10, 2004