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Byron Arthur Matthew also known as “Mr. B”, “Alambay” and “Santana”

Byron Arthur Matthew also known as “Mr. B”, “Alambay” and “Santana” of Maran, St. John, passed away on Friday 7th June, 2019 at the age of 79


He was the father of: Leon Phillip and Stella Ray in the USA, Bernard Matthew in St. Marteen, Lena Thomas, Johnson, Florence, Joan, Devon, Desmond, Wendy and Rodney Matthew and Wendy-ann Sylvester in G’da, Brother of: Sybil Matthew in G’da and Moses Matthew in Trinidad, Grandfather of 25 incl.: Ingrid Phillip in the USA, Great grandfather of: 7


Father-in-law of: Arlene Hypolite, Mindy Cumberbatch, Tracy LaTouche, Charles Ray, Christopher Patterson, Vaughn Thomas and Alban Sylvester Uncle of : Many, Other relatives and friends including: Alston, the Teka, Noel, Williams and Matthew families of Maran, the Phillip family in Victoria, Jeremiah and , St. Louis, Bonaparte and La Touche families of St. George, friends and neighbours of Maran and surrounding areas


Funeral service on Wednesday 19th June, 2019 at 2:00 pm at the Gouyave Open Bible Church, St. John and Interment at the Dougaldston Cemetery



The Williams family of Maran, St. John's, now residing in Toronto, Canada is sending out sincere and deepest sympathy to the entire family of Byron on his passing. Stay strong for and with each other in these times. We know that we will see our love one again. Cherish the loving memories of him. He is resting in peace.

From: Eltha, Trevor, Frances, Elizabeth, Arvis, Theresa and our entire family.


Our sincere condolences to the entire family of our dear Cousin Byron who sadly passed away .my deepest sympathy to cousin Nag and Cousin Moses on the passing of your Brother. deepest sympathy to His children and grandchildren, May He Rest In Peace.

Family stay strong for each other
and May God's Blessings continue to be with you all always.
love and blessings
from your Cousin Jean and family from Maran St. John's who now Resides in London UK.


Please accept my deepest sympathy. The bible’s promise at 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 26 states that "the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing." This shows that the God of all comfort will soon end death once and for all time. May this promise strengthen you during this difficult time! A life of true happiness and peace awaits us all. (Revelation chapter 21 verse 4; Acts chapter 24 verse 15)

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