Gone but not forgotten

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NEEHALL Dr. John Edward
Date of Death: August 17, 2021
In Loving Memory of
NEEHALL Dr. John Edward
August 21, 2021
2:30 pm
Clark & Battoo’s Chapel and Crematorium

NEEHALL Dr. John Edward passed away peacefully on Tuesday morning 17th August 2021 at his home. He was the beloved husband of Janet nee Sanowar. Father of Dr. David Neehall and Michael Neehall. Grandfather of Max Neehall. Stepfather of Steve Sinanan and step-grandfather of James and Nicholas Sinanan. Brother of Grace Ward (dec.), Neville Neehall (dec.), June Mieux, Barbara de Silva, and Stalin Neehall (dec.). Brother-in-law of Karen Neehall, Patricia Hadeed, and Gail Sanguinette. Godfather of Sandra Borde He will always be remembered by his family, friends, and patients as a kind, gentle and caring person. May He Rest in Peace. The funeral takes place at 2:30 PM on Saturday 21st August 2021 at Clark & Battoo’s Chapel and Crematorium, 11 Tragarete Road, Port-of-Spain followed by a Private Cremation. Following Covid-19 restrictions only invited family & friends will be allowed to attend the funeral service. Funeral service streamed live on Clark & Battoo’s YouTube Channel.


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Susan A Pereira

Dr John E Neehall I really looked up to you.
I do not want be naïve. After my parents, aunt and uncle. You were my favorite person to talk to most of the times.
You saved my life from an incident.
I got verbally threatened at the psychiatric ward at the Port of Spain General Hospital by a male person… I can remember his face to date.

Evelyn Nanan and family

Our deepest sympathy to the family of the late Mr. Ramesh Kirpalani. Gone but not forgotten. May he rest in peace 🙏🌈☀️❤️🙏.

Ivy Hitlal-Bengochea

My most sincere and heartfelt condolences to you, the family and friends of the deceased. When the enemy death strikes, we are often caught unprepared. But 1CORINTHIANS 15: 26 gives us hope, it says, And the last enemy death is to be brought to nothing. Soon death will be no more. This is further strengthen by the words at Isaiah 25:8 which reads, He (God) will swallow up death forever ,and the sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from their faces.. Go to God in prayer, open your heart to him, tell him how you feel and remember the words at Titus 1 : 2 which says, The hope of the everlasting life that God, who cannot lie promised long ago.