Announcement the State Funeral Service
of the Late
Mr. John Fitzgerald Edward Registe
Affectionately known as ‘Ed’
It is with profound sadness that we announce the death of fifty (50) year old, John Fitzgerald Edward Registe, affectionately known as Ed, Parliamentary Representative for the Grand Bay Constituency and Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Business and Diaspora Relations. Mr. Registe died on the 1st September, 2021.
He survived by his:-
Mother: Mrs. Magdalene Registe
Father: Mr. Clavis Registe
Sisters: Carlyn, Allyson, Clarrisa, Rasheeda and Natasha
Brothers: Glen, Junior, and Veran Registe
Brothers-in-Law: Norman Fevrier and Daniel Andrew
Adopted Brothers: Marvin Cuffy and Dr. Andy St. Hilaire
Adopted Son: Elrado Ducreay
Niece: Orren Registe
Nephew: Ajanee Smith
Aunts: Annie Cuffy, Emerline Brookes, June Nelson, Zena, and Marianna Registe
Uncles: Charles Cuffy, Cyril Nelson, Jerome Nelson, Selwyn Nelson, Robert Nelson, Amos Registe and Willie Fevrier
Cousins: Chard, Robert, Techar and Charessa Cuffy, Francis Baron in Switzerland, Allan Henderson, Vanessa Registe-John Jules, the Elie family in Montine, Catherine and Catharina in Canada, Elaine and family in Florida, Sandra in St. Thomas, Jeannine in Guadaloupe, the Registe family in New York including Karen and Alliana
35 god children including Benson Baron, Alvin Alexander, Alrick, Dalquan Daniel, Gylles Mitchel, Micah, Goddiva, Krystel Darroux and Kelda David among others.
Other relatives/friends and associates:
The Executive Members of the Dominica Labour Party, Honourable Roosevelt Skerrit, Members of Cabinet, staff of the Office of the Prime Minister and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, his core team members, Armour Thomas, Abio, Timothy, Francisca, Cleo, and Mashirna, South City United Football Team, Labour Youth Organization, NEP, SAKIS Lapo Kabrit, The Grand Bay Labour Party Branch, Grand Bay Labour Women’s Organization, Grand Bay Village Council, Grand Bay Credit Union, Grand Bay Catholic Church fraternity, Tete Morne Village Council, the people of Tete Morne, Grand Coulibrie, Montine, Hagley, Ravine Banane, Powell, Geneva House, Highland, Lalay, Berricoa, Ma Bouche, and Centre; Dominica Labour Party family throughout Dominica and in the Diaspora, Ms. Marie Therese Johnson, Mr. Cedric Hilaire, Ms. Janet Ellis, Ms. Miriam Blanchard and Mrs. Ketisha Dangleben.
Special mentions: Mr. Ian Monroe, Mr. Nash Mitchel, Mr. Francis Noel, Mr. Barnabas Abraham, Mr. Stephan Bellot, Ms. Athenia Henry, Mrs. Rhoda St. John Elwin, Mr. Libertson Alexander, Mr. Ronaldson Bellot, Ambassador Asa Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. John Fontaine, Mr. Julius Athanaze and family, Mr. Garford Joseph, Mrs. Sheryl St. Bernard, The Mellow family, Mr. Jeffrey Baptiste, Austelle Anselm, Clarence Christian, James Henderson, Mrs. Ellen Fabien and family, Ms Leorine Liverpool, Cardinal Felix, Father, Brancker John and Fr. Franzo, Dr. Reginald LaFleur, Helen Giraudel and family, Mr. Tyron Laville, Br. Gerard St. Hilaire, Dr. Randy Alcendor, Mr. Carlton Henry, Mr. Christopher Noel, Ms. Patricia Noel, Harolda Henry Riley, Mr. Keenan Sango, Mr. Joel Denis, Mr. Rapha and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Darroux and family, Mrs. Ramualda Cuffy-Hyacinth and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Val Cuffy, the entire Cuffy family, the Registe, La Fleur and Williams families of Pichelin and the general Pichelin Community; Mrs. Michele Henderson-Delsol and family; Mrs. Jacklyn Alexander; Mrs. Francisca Elizee and Family, Former members of Grand Bay CYM, Roots Club, Eclate Bel Twal and Flamingo Club; Doey, Percy, Edward, Ma Watson, Ms. Lorma and the entire neighborhood.
The State Funeral and Burial Service of the Late Mr. John Fitzgerald Edward Registe affectionate known as ‘Ed Registe’ will be held on Wednesday, 20th October, 2021 commencing at 2:00 p.m. at the Grand Bay Catholic Church Grounds followed by burial at the Grand Bay Catholic Cemetery.
Please note that due to COVID-19 protocols attendance at the funeral service will be limited, however, the funeral service will be live streamed via Government Information Service and local radio stations on that day.