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Mervyn Williams
Date of Death: May 24, 2022
In Loving Memory of
Mervyn Williams
June 3, 2022
11:30 am
Church of Nativity, Crystal Stream

Mervyn Williams, former secondary school principal, died on May 24th, 2022, at the St James Medical Complex.  He was the son of Agnes Roberts (née Capriatha) (dec), Husband of Agatha (née Solomon) (dec), Brother-in-law of Dr. Andrew (dec), Janice (dec), Peter, and Carole-Anne, Father of Martin, Christiane, Dr. Susan, and Jude, Uncle of Resa, Tracey, Jean-Marc, Dezreen, Mark, Dr. Diandra, and Dr. Negla-Anne, Father-in-law of Elizabeth, Laverne (dec), and Cheryl, Grandfather of La Reine, Prince, Agatha, and Josephine, Relative & Close Friend of many.

Funeral at 11:30 AM Friday 3rd June 2022 at Church of Nativity, Crystal Stream, Cremation to follow at Clark and Battoo’s Crematorium, 11 Tragarete Road, Port of Spain.


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Jude Williams

Thank you Pops, for going without so we could have.
Thank you Pops, for loving us, your laughter, sharing our joy and helping us through our pains.
While we all miss you, we appreciate you and all you’ve done for us.
Thank you.
Thank you.
Thank you.

Rose Charles-Deane

So shocked to read this here by chance as I spoke to Mervyn a few weeks ago.Condolences to his family and he is resting in the arms of his maker.A beautiful person and a life well lived

nigel hewitt

Former Spanish Master, Mr Williams, is remembered by a QRC boy for his contribution. The year – circa 1968.
Students expressed love (and thankfulness) in strange ways then. They knew all the eccentricities of the Master – the “make” of his car and where it was known to have shut down, his famous “buzz words” in the classroom etc. Also, the Master’s every move was observed; they were deemed then to be correct. In my time at school, students actually received moral and spiritual guidance gratuitously from the Masters. Being held back after class and “walking the corridor” with the Master was another level of free help given to students, usually the type of support that may be lacking in the home. RIP – a good Master and a leader.