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The Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry Of Labour and Small and
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Pursuant to Section 64 (1) (b) of the Securities Act, 2012
this press release is issued for shareholder information:
APPOINTMENT OF THE BOARD OF
AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago wishes to advise that the following persons have been
appointed to the Board for a period of two (2) years with e ect from December 4th 2015
Mr. Nigel Ferguson
Mr. Robert Tang Yuk
Captain (N) Kent Moore
Mr. Navene Maharaj
Mr. Joseph Granville
Ms. Vindra Parmesar
Mr. Ramesh Lutchman
For further information please contact at
Phone: 669-4880 Ext 2472; Fax: 669- 6452 or
Email: Corporate_ Secretary@tntairports.com
Selby Browne, vice-president of the Veteran
Footballers Foundation of T&T (VFFOTT) con-
firmed sadness on receiving news of the passing
of the organisation s president Gwenwyn Cust,
who was 74 years-old.
In his fight against cancer, he started radiation
treatment, but succumbed yesterday at 7.10 am.
Cust made an invaluable contribution to football
in T&T, having contributed to all aspects of the
game. He personally led the demand for foot-
ballers representation at the administrative level
with his stand, when the T&T national foot-
ballers took a forthright position in the 1960 s.
"Cust s personal contribution laid the foun-
dation for the establishment of the Veteran Foot-
ballers Foundation of T&T, which he served as
president to the end," said Browne.
Browne added: "We are all thankful for his
colossal contribution as educator and outstanding
footballer, coach, administrator and community
"He was a man of integrity, moral fabric and
a gentleman with his God as his guide. He was
an exemplar, a father figure who molded young
boys into men of principle and good character.
Gwenwyn was knowledgeable, a motivator,
excellent strategist and had a keen sense of his
footballer s capabilities and weaknesses."
"VFFOTT on behalf of several T&T footballers
of the 1950 s, 60 s and today, extend our con-
dolences to his wife Keren.
"A former national footballer and coach, cap-
tain of the historic colts football club of Belmont,
and retired school teacher, he was a gentleman,
a man who you could go to for advice, a humble
man a man of integrity.
"He was as an exemplar, and when
you spoke of Morvant Anglican School
you spoke of Cust. He was proud of his
school and his community. He was a
father figure who moulded young boys
into men of principle and good charac-
Former footballer and now the athletic
coach of Cougars Kelvin Nancoo said:
"Cust was one of the most knowledgeable
men that I knew and he was so modest
with it. He was one of the best motivators
and even motivated me to put a skirt to
play against the teachers of Morvant
Anglican Teachers, the result was the
same---We lost but we did compete
against the girls.
"He was a great coach and an excellent
player, we have lost another icon but his
work will be carried on. He told me once
beat them, beat them, because when
they get the chance to beat you, they
"Port of Spain and Environs lives up
to what Gwenwyn dictated. I am deeply
saddened by his passing. He was my
mentor, a person who put me at the helm
of Port of Spain & Environs."
Nancoo referred to him as a pioneer
in Sport on Port of Spain and Environs.
Another of his friends Peter Reynald
said that Cust was a real team player
and always willing to help all his team-
mates after they made a bad pass or
missed a penalty. He was a very beautiful
human being that was very approchable.
Former footballer Cust dies at 74
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