President Granger attends funeral of His Lordship, Randolph George, former Bishop of Guyana

Georgetown, Guyana – (July 29, 2016) President David Granger, today, attended the funeral service of his Lordship Randolph George, former Bishop of Guyana. The service was held at the St. George’s Cathedral, Georgetown.

The late Bishop died on July 18, 2016. He served the episcopate from 1980 to 2008 and was bestowed with the Cacique Crown of Honour in 1994.

President Granger described the late Bishop as a sagacious, soft-spoken and amicable leader of the Diocese, and one who will be recorded as a person of quiet and unassuming dignity, whose respect and stature amongst the Faithful never diminished, even after his retirement.

Prime Minister, Mr. Moses Nagamootoo, Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr. Barton Scotland, Former President Mr. Donald Ramotar and Former Prime Minister, Mr. Samuel Hinds also attended the service.

President David Granger, Prime Minister, Mr. Moses Nagamootoo and Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr. Barton Scotland are seated in the front pew at the funeral service for the late Bishop Randolph George

President David Granger, Prime Minister, Mr. Moses Nagamootoo and Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr. Barton Scotland are seated in the front pew at the funeral service for the late Bishop Randolph George

 

President David Granger signs the Book of Condolences for the late Bishop Randolph George at his funeral service, held at the St. George's Cathedral

President David Granger signs the Book of Condolences for the late Bishop Randolph George at his funeral service, held at the St. George’s Cathedral

 

 

President David Granger extends condolences to the relatives of the late Bishop Randolph George

President David Granger extends condolences to the relatives of the late Bishop Randolph George

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