PNCR EXPRESSES SORROW OVER DEATH OF EILEEN ROBINSON - Wednesday 12 September 2012



PNCR EXPRESSES SORROW OVER DEATH OF EILEEN ROBINSON
30TH OCTOBER 1934 - 11TH SEPTEMBER 2012


The People’s National Congress Reform expresses its sorrow on the death of Mrs. Eileen Rosamund Robinson, née Griffith, on Tuesday 11th September 2012.

The PNCR recalls that Mrs. Robinson, an alumna of the Bishops High School, was a stalwart of the Anglican Diocese, worshipping and serving as Parish Secretary at St. Sidwell’s Church. She was also a member of Church Women United and the Mothers’ Union.

Mrs. Robinson was very active in the Police Wives’ Association and the Inner Wheel Club of Georgetown Central and was the founder of the Guyana Police Force’s ‘Juliet Griffith Day-Care Centre’, named after her mother. Her father was the first African-Guyanese gazetted officer in the Force. She was the widow of the late Donald Robinson, CCH, SC, a former Judge Advocate of the Guyana Defence Force.

The PNCR recognises and places on record Mrs. Robinson lifelong service to the Anglican Diocese and to her country. The Party extends its sincere sympathy to her children – Dr. Rhonda Archer, Kirke and Gareth – and her relatives on their bereavement.

People’s National Congress Reform
Congress Place, Sophia
Georgetown, Guyana
Wednesday 12th September 2012

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