Dr. Winston Green Laid to Rest


Member of Parliament for St. Mary South East St. Mary, the People’s National Party’s Dr. Winston Green, was laid to rest on Saturday.

Dr. Green died on August 14 after he fainted at home and was rushed to the Andrews Memorial Hospital in St. Andrew.

A number of his parliamentary colleagues turned out to Dr. Green’s Thanksgiving Service to pay their final respects.

They include MP for St. Andrew Eastern, Fayval Williams, MP for St. Mary Western, Robert Montague, Speaker of the House, Pearnel Charles, MP for St. Catherine North Western and PNP Chairman, Robert Pickersgill, and the party’s General Secretary Julian Robinson.

The man who’s seeking to replace Dr. Green as MP, Dr. Shane Alexis, was present.

President of the PNP Dr. Peter Phillips, says Dr. Green was loyal to the party, but he never practiced political tribalism.

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The party leader is calling on others to devote themselves to continue Dr. Green’s mission of building a better Jamaica.

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The service was held at the St. Andrew Parish Church in Half Way Tree. Dr. Green was laid to rest at Meadowrest Memorial Gardens in St. Catherine.


Stevian Simmonds is an investigative journalist with almost 3 years of experience in radio broadcasting, production and reporting. She graduated from Caribbean School of Media and Communication in 2014 and joined Nationwide News in 2016. In 2018, she produced a special report examining the working conditions of the Bussiness Process Outsourcing Industry. She worked undercover as a call center agent for a month, revealing the lack of data protection and general security infrastructure in the industry. Her report also highlighted the poor working conditions and remuneration faced by workers in the industry. In 2018, Stevian traveled to New Delhi India where she participated in the Inaugural WHO Partners Forum benefiting from critical training related to reporting on women’s and children’s health issues.