Family members say they will continue the legacy of Daygon Bakery’s founder Hubert “Daygon”
His son Philbert Shiell says an injury to one of his dad’s toe which was later infected led to further complications and death.
“He had a cut on his right toe, the cut began to rot; he went to the hospital but the cut began to infect his body, the hospital cut off the toe but he got weaker and weaker”.
Young Philbert says he will assume operations of the bakery while he seeking to continue in his father`s legacy.
No date has been set for
He was 7 2years of age.
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