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President Anthony Carmona, in paying tribute
to his uncle, said he lived a life filled with love and
respect, values which seem to be diminishing in
today s society.
Carmona was among several mourners who packed
the Pro-Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Church in San Fernando on Saturday to pay their
final respect to Roland Dickie, who died last Tues-
Reflecting on the life of his mother s brother, Car-
mona said his uncle had a genuine sense of love
Carmona pays tribute at uncle's funeral:
We need love in our society
towards people, something which continues
to be diminished in society.
He said in today s society, many people
are losing their sense of humility, but he
has faith in T&T.
"We need love in our society and to strive
to become a genuine friend to each other.
That is how we change the world and we
have the capacity in our hearts to make a
difference," Carmona said.
"But in order to make that change it
begins with the man in the mirror.
"He was a humanitarian. He respected
everyone and was respected by all. There
was a magic in his life and he prayed every
single day. Whenever he found someone
going down the wrong path he would always
be there to guide them. I am happy that
God was now welcoming Dickie in His
Dickie was subsequently cremated at
Guides Crematorium, Coffee Street, San
The funeral service for Carmona s cousin
Roland Duncan, 81, who died on August
22, also took place on Saturday, but at the
La Divina Pastora Roman Catholic Church
The service was followed by an interment
at Erin Public Cemetery.
President Anthony Carmona, left, at his father
Dennis Carmona's side during the cremation service
of their relative, Ronald Peter Dickie, at Guide's
Funeral Home, San Fernando, on Saturday.
PHOTO: KRISTIAN DE SILVA
A 25-year-old driver from Chaguanas, who
attempted to bribe police to avoid a ticket, is
expected to appear in the Chaguanas Magistrates
The man, from Montrose, was arrested around
Sunday after his car was stopped by police because
of two faulty headlights.
Police said around 1.30 am, members of the Prae-
dial Larceny Squad, led by Cpl Deon Jeffers, were
on patrol on Waterloo Road, Carapichaima, when
they noticed the man driving in the opposite direction
without his headlights on.
Investigators said while Jeffers was writing the
two fixed-penalty tickets for the headlights, the
driver offered to pay him a sum of cash to avoid
the tickets. Police said Jeffers refused and then
arrested the man for offering the bribe.
When the driver was taken to the Freeport Police
Station to be charged, a breathalyser test was admin-
istered on the driver, which he failed.
Drunk driver held
for offering bribe
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