Grant, Anthony Decarlo
08 Jan
2019

Grant, Anthony Decarlo

Published in OBITUARIES F - J

Age 64, of Lot 61 Vauxhall Gardens, Christ Church. Teacher of Arthur Smith Primary School. Former Teacher of Milton Lynch Primary School and Belmont Primary School.

Husband of Deborah Grant.

Son of Weston Grant and the late Carmen Foster-Grant.

Father of Trisha Grant of the Barbados Revenue Authority and Nekeisha Grant.

Step-Father of Shawn and Raymond Thorpe.

Grandfather of Ty’che and Thierry Grant.

Brother of Valance Foster and June Grant-Sands - both of the U.S.A., Trevor Grant and Wendell Foster.

Uncle of: Shannon Sands of the U.S.A. and many others.

Brother-in-law of Yvonne and Pastor Anthony Carter and many others.

Relative of the Grant, Foster and Thorpe families.

Friend of Alonzo Gill, Ian Marshall, Mr. Nurse, Mr. Bynoe, Sandra Holder, Principal Hoyte, the Staff and Pupils of Arthur Smith Primary School and many others.

The funeral of Anthony Decarlo Grant leaves Anderson Funeral Home, Lower Barbarees Hill, St. Michael on Thursday, January 10th, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. for Abundant Life Assembly, Haynes Hill, Bank Hall, St. Michael, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 1:00 p.m. for the Service. The cortege will then proceed to the Coral Ridge Memorial Gardens, The Ridge, Christ Church for the interment.

Tributes will commence at 12:30 p.m.

Floral arrangements may be sent to Anderson Funeral Home no later than 11:00 a.m. on Thursday.

Viewing of the body will be held in the Chapel of Anderson Funeral Home from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. today Wednesday and 12:00 noon until the start of the service.

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