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of Condolence for the Sawh Family
May 15th. 2006
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Our deepest sympathy with the Sawh family. It is a real tragedy, May God give you strenght and courage to move on. Our deepest sympathy also for the people of Guyana who mourns a loved one.
Come on President is this encouraging tourism give the people assurance of safety in their homes. Do not let a repeat of 1963 start again. Seek help; protect the people and give them a safer country to live.
STOP THE CRIMES OUR POPULATION IS TOO SMALL TO HAVE SO MUCH CRIMES.
again my heartfelt sympathy to the family.
Mr Razack and Family of London
I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to the members of the Sawh family especially his wife and kids who lost their precious gift that God has give them by murderers.
I call upon the Government to do something about this.
Let this be an example and let there not be a repeat. We would all love to return to our homeland sometime but without fears for our lives. Once again my prayers are for the Sawh family.
those who lost can understand that pain.
Rabiya of United Kingdom
To the family of Mr Sawh: Our thoughts are with you. Our heartfelt sympathy and condolence. May God give you strenght and courage to carry on. We hope the Government learnt a lesson from this and seeek help to get rid of those murderers.
We need security
in our homeland. Come on President this is sickening do something now please.
Tomorrow never comes.
Hasain faimly of New York
MY condolences to the Sawh families (Sash, Julie and Jai) who have lost their loved ones, and to the Robertson family who have lost a dear father, husband and brother. These sons and daughter of Guyana have found a resting place in GOD's great arms!
looked around his garden
And he found four empty places.
He then looked down upon this earth,
And saw their beautiful faces.
He put his arms around them
And lifted them to rest.
God’s garden must be beautiful
He always takes the best.
He saw that the road was getting rough,
And the hills are hard to climb
So he closed their weary eyelids,
And whispered “Peace be thine.”
It broke our hearts to lose them
But they didn’t go alone
For part of us went with them
The day God called them home.
To my loving cousin Sattie and the boys,
On behalf of aunty Par, uncle Chet, Praim, Bindy and myself, we send our deepest sympathy and love to you as you are all going through a difficult time. We love you and will always be here for you. May the lord shower his divine blessings on all of you and keep Sat, Raj, Julie and Curtis safe in his loving arms.
will be sadly missed...
Renuka Devi Seetaram
No farewell words were spoken
No time to say goodbye
You were gone before we knew it
And only God knows why
Our hearts still ache in sadness
And secret tears still flow
What it meant to lose you
No one will ever know
But know we know you want us
To mourn for you no more
To remember all the happy times
Life still has much in store
Since you'll never be forgotten
We pledge to you today
A hallowed place within our hearts
Is where you'll stay
Sorry for your lost
at the end
of the road
he is patient
we will reach him
one day less
then he rescues us
I've been waiting
since you were born.
Our sincere condolances to the Sawh and Robertson families. Our prayers are with you
The Gayatri Mantra Oh God! Thou art the Giver of Life, Remover of pain and sorrow, The Bestower of happiness, Oh! Creator of the Universe, May we receive thy supreme sin-destroying light, May Thou guide our intellect in the right direction.
AUM BHOOR BHUWAH
TAT SAVITUR VARENYAM
BHARGO DEVASAYA DHEEMAHI
DHIYO YO NAHA PRACHODAYAT
Khan family Canada
WE EXTEND OUR CONDOLENCES TO THE ENTIRE FAMILY OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU. MAY YOU FIND PEACE AND COMFORT IN THIS TERRIBLE LOSS.
OF MONTREAL CANADA
Our deepest sympathies goes out to Sawh & Robertson family at this trying time.
" we are mere
on the infinite
graph of time...
plotted at random
only to be erased
by the cryptic hand
of the unseen draftsman... "
AMIN & FAMILY OF TORONTO
On behalf of myself and family, we would like to offer our profound condolences to Sattie, Roger and Dave and the entire Sawh family, as well as the Robertson family.
Sat was a noble, honest, sincere, dedicated and loving person. In the many years we have known him he has never been afraid to uphold the principles to which he was appointed to serve his country. To be cut off in the prime of his life is indeed a tragedy to his family and country. His loss will be felt for generations to come, but hopefully it will further the cause for which he fought for and that is for a better Guyana. May his family find solace in the knowledge that we all share their loss and may they be granted strength and determination to continue his good cause.
We mourn the loss of a good and loyal family friend. Our prayers are with the entire family.
Ave Adque Vale
– Sat, Raj and Julie
Wilfred + Elsbeth Baldeo and family - England
This was so shocking and it all happened so fast, so many deaths in one family, and so much loss and heartache. It is almost too much for one family to bear, so we all join in helping them through this terrible time.
He was greatly loved by family, friends and acquaintainces. He was a deep family man. Sincerest condolences to his wife, Sattie, children and other relatives.
Sash Sawh's name will be entered in the history books, alongside the others who were martyred in Guyana. His name will never be forgotten. He served his country well. Rest in peace, dear noble Minister Sash Sawh.
Deepest condolences also to the families of Raj and Phulmattie. May God grant them the courage to carry on.
Bose Sydney, Australia
Heartfelt condolences to the Sawh family, whom I have known personally for the past 16 years.
The news was indeed shocking and unbelievable. May God comfort the grieving families and may heaven open its doors freely to Roy, Sat, and Julie.
Roy and I developed a relationship since 1990 and even though I emigrated to New York, we continued our frienship. He has always been a father to my daughter Ronda, and a support to me in all my endeavors.
Roy wore a smile that lit up the universe wherever he went. He possessed a heart of gold, and nothing was beyond his reach. Because of his positive attitude and outlook on life, together with his pleasant demeanor, he conquered the obstacles and challenges of his life victoriously, and for that I am very proud of him. Likewise, no one was too small for him to help. He always saw the best in people, and had the best advise to give, especially to the teenagers in his family circle and at his job.
Unfortunately, Roy's passing coincided with my grandaughter Sophya's birthday. The day was grey for us and we had wondered why, but not until the next morning did we hear the dreadful and shocking news. On a comforting note, on April 27, we believe Roy visited us. Out of the blues, my grandaughter started calling my daughter "sweetie", a pet name that Roy used to call her. We're comforted and blessed that Roy's presence in our home was felt, and we thank the Almighty for that blessing.
Ronda and myself will miss Roy terribly. Although physical visits between us will no longer be possible, we know in our hearts that Roy is up with Jesus and smiling down on us, with that contagious smile which we remember so well.
Someday we'll meet-up again, Roy. Until then, keep watching over us while we remember all the good times and jokes we shared.
and Sophya - Bernadette Chowthi
Godfrey and me was most upset at this latest round of violence in Guyana. When I left Guyana in 1973 it was a very peaceful place. I don't know what happen to this country.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Mrs Sawh and Mrs Robertson and the children.
and Megan Edwards
Our hopes and dreams are futile, only His desires are law. Yet we always aspire cause that's how we live. Condolences to the Sawh and to the guard family as well.
May Allah shower
His blessings on both families. Peace
Hello the bereaved family of Mr Sawh and Mr Curtis..My sincere condolences are vonveyed along with my prayers.
Regards, Arnold Raghubar
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