Sincerest condolences to the family on the passing of one of our most committed comrade and friend, Sir Dennis Friday.
A true Ambassador and consummate taxi operator, who understood that service to mankind was not servitude.
He was a national gem of whom we should be justifiably proud.
Well done, thou good and faithful servant.
May his soul rest in peace and rise in glory.
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My friend loved and revered the ABLP and he was one of its greatest and sincerest supporters. V.C Bird was like a brother to him and he was also close to brothers former PM Sir Lester Bird and V.C Bird Junior. He was always fully decked out in his red garbs on Labour Day in support of the party he backed. He was also a regular caller into Pointe Fm and ZDK radio programs. Friday was one of a kind and a remarkable person to all who knew him. I extend my condolences to Andre, Francine and the rest of his family.
Condolences to his family.
RIP Denis you will be greatly missed! Tourists will be missing out on your wonderful renditions of “Sly Mongoose” and Antigua’s National Anthem on their day tours! Thank you for giving so much back to Tourism. It was a pleasure to work with you, because you were truly one of a kind… Sincere Condolences to all Denis family, close friends and colleagues in the Taxi and tourism association
RIP, Sir Dennis Friday. I did not know he was Knighted I remembered this man in Antigua. He was always neatly dressed in his red shirt and black pants. If my memory serves me correctly. He had a business on St Mary’s Street in St.Johns.
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