Stevenson Sarjeant dead at 74
Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Former Port of Spain Mayor Stevenson Sarjeant dead at 74
Sarjeant, who took ill at his St James home, was rushed to the Infirmary and then taken by ambulance to Port of Spain General Hospital where he passed away. He served as mayor of the capital city during the 1983-87 period and was arguably the city's best known mayor. He was described by those who knew him as a true gentleman who always displayed a level of civility and quiet strength.
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