Mrs. Inez Cuffy, along with Mark (son) and Dominique (daughter) Cuffy would like to place on record, our heartfelt thanks to the following persons during the passing of our beloved husband and father – Mr. Victor Cuffy.
His Excellency The Governor General,
Sir Frederick Ballantyne
The Honourable Prime Minister, Dr.
Ministers of Government and other
Cabinet Secretary, Brendon Browne
Leader of the Opposition, Hon. Arnhim Eustace
Opposition Senators and other members of the Opposition
Ex-Prime Minister, Sir James Mitchell
Members of the Judiciary
Nicole Sylvester, president of the Bar Association and the members of the Bar Association
Members of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Human Rights Association
Members of the NGO community, locally, regionally and internationally
The nurses, doctors and staff of the Accident and Emergency Department and the Male Medical Ward
Sisters Pearl, Barbara and Cherry; brothers Owen and Vin; relatives; close friends; neighbours; and the general public
The print and electronic media. Your response was great.
The law firms of Hughes and Cummings, Phillips and Williams, Browne and Browne
Parnel Campbell, family and staff Chambers of Errol Clinton Mounsey The management and staff of Olin J. B. Dennie.
The management and staff of O. R. Sylvester & Company
The management and staff of the National Workers Movement
Renwick Rose, co-ordinator of the Windward Islands Farmers Association
Lennox John, president of SVCCA/WICB
Dr. Kenneth John, colleague and columnist
All those persons who in one way or another helped to make our loss bearable through their kind assistance and response by way of cards, telephone calls and wreaths, the unwavering outpouring of tributes during our time of bereavement will continue to lighten our hearts.
We would like to extend special appreciation to the residents of Georgetown and the surrounding areas for the warm reception we received as we entered the community on our way to the burial site.
You helped to erase the sadness we felt and you made Victorâs final goodbye something to be remembered and treasured for a long time.
May he rest in peace