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Gilbert J. McSween also known as “John Williams”

Gilbert J. McSween also known as “John Williams” of Mon Plaisir, St. John who resided at Morne Jaloux, St. George -

  • Retired Agricultural Engineer,
  • Lecturer at the Jamaica School of Agriculture,
  • Former employee of the United Nations and Cardats Programme,
  • Former Advisor to the Minister of Agriculture,
  • Fellow of the Chattered Management Institute of Great Britain

Passed away on Tuesday 24th September, 2019


He was the Father of: Dr. Christopher Morgan in Canada, Chris Julien in the USA, Grand Father of: Abigail, Hannah, Joshua and Esther Morgan, Kevin & Cory Julien, Adopted Father of: Cornell Mitchell in the USA, Brother of: Lyris Phillip of Cotton Bailey, Father in Law of: Ava Morgan and Joan Julien


Uncle of Many including: Gordon “Dread” Paterson, Pearl Paterson, Wayne Paterson, Dean Paterson, Marva, AnnMarie, Jonah, Fields, Marvin & Beverley Richards, Grand Uncle of: 7, Uncle in Law of: Marcia Paterson and Sandra Coombes Paterson, His Care Giver: Shanella Toussaint


Many other relatives and friends including: Pastor Yvonne Drakes and family, Catherine Augustine and family, The Moses family of Mon Plaisir and Grand Roy, Mr. Evans Forrester & family, Mr. Manue Jerome & family, Mr Gregory Hagley, Ms. Janice Louison, the Paterson family of Hermitage and Grand Roy, Mr. Thaddeus Mathurine and family, Mrs Urna Hamilton & family, Mr. Henry Joseph, Ms. Meryl Modoo, the McSween family of Marigot, friends and neighbours of Mon Plaisir, Grand Roy, Morne Jaloux and surrounding areas


Funeral Service on Thursday 10th October, 2019 at 1:30 pm at the St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Gouyave, St. John and interment at the Dougaldston Cemetery



Please accept my deepest sympathy. May the God of all comfort strengthen you during this difficult time. He will soon end death once and for all 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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