DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT: Parry Roy Bellot

We regret to announce the death of Parry Roy Phillip Bellot, 72 years, of Conrad St Wall House.  He passed away peacefully at the Dominica China Friendship Hospital on Monday 27th December 2021 at 4:50 am.

He was the husband of Claudia

Father of three sons, Damien, Craig and Joel

Sisters: Deidre in Canada, Yolande in Trinidad and Paula in Barbados

Brothers: Dr Peter Bellot and Patrick

Beloved Grandchildren: Shiloh, Jolie and Silas.

Sisters in Law: Maria Bellot, Sonia Newman

Brother-in-Law: Eddie Newman in St Vincent

Daughters in Law: Lisa, Jannice and Sakhi

Numerous cousins including: Michael and Celia Didier, Joan Mallalieu in St Kitts, Coralie Pemberton in Canada, Marie-Elena Angoy in Barbados, Ann Dawson in the UK and Camelia Bellot.

Numerous Nephews and nieces.

Dear Friends: Alwyn and Anita Bully, Colin Bully, Eric Blanchard, Urban and Cecilia Martin, Errol Blackman, Dr William Green, Dr George Daniel, Angela and Peter Dewhurst, Cliff Giullerait, Phillip Nassief, Tina Alexander, Brian Meade

His Excellency Charles Savarin, Former President Eliud Williams, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, Bishop Gabriel Malzaire,

His former company secretary, Chrissia Webb

Ainsworth Irish, Staff and Members of the Board of the Grotto Home for the Homeless.

Members of the Waitukubuli Writers Association

Numerous friends and colleagues in Dominica, the Caribbean and further afield.

Neighbours and residents of Wall House

His caring physician Dr Basil Fadipe

The Bellot, Boyd and related families in Dominica and abroad

In lieu of wreaths, the family requests that you consider making a generous donation to the Grotto Home for the Homeless.  Donations can be submitted to Mr Ainsworth Irish or Mrs Angela Dewhurst or at the church on the day of the funeral.

The body of the late Parry Roy Phillip Bellot will be transported from Lyndhurst Funeral Home for viewing at 2:30 pm on Friday 14th January 2022 at Our Lady of Fatima Church in Newtown. The funeral service begins at 3:00 pm. Interment takes place at the Roseau Catholic Cemetery.

Covid-19 protocols will be observed.

The funeral service will be streamed live

Times required

Thursday 6th Jan- 1:30 pm

Friday 7th Jan – 1:30 pm

Wednesday 12th Jan- 6:30 pm

Thursday 13th Jan- 1:30 pm

Friday 14th Jan- 1:30 pm

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6 Comments

  1. Tench Blater
    January 11, 2022

    Yep, went to school with Parry. Was always and company man. Just believed in whoever was in power and the machinery of power. The Prince Andrew of Dominica (in the nicest way possible). RIP Parry!

  2. J.John-Charles
    January 5, 2022

    The good book tells us,
    “It is appointed unto us once to die, but after this the judgement. So Christ was once offered to bear the sins of us all; and unto them that look for Him shall He appear the second time without sin unto salvation.” Hebrews 9:27-28.
    In other words, if you have this testimony.
    ” I was lost in sins and heading for hell, and I accepted Christ as my Savior and Lord. I know that I am saved.”
    Even better yet,if you know the day and year you made this decision. Upon the authority of the word of God.
    No one should wish or hope Your soul is resting in peace after you die.
    It is so important to know that you have the peace of God while you are alive.
    In closing,let me remind you, There is nothing you can do or say to merit this peace.It is the gift of God through Christ. Romans 6:23
    Will you trust Christ,and be saved now?

    Hot debate. What do you think? Thumb up 5 Thumb down 4
  3. Zandoli
    January 4, 2022

    Given how long I have been hearing about Parry, I am surprised he was so young.
    May his soul rest in eternal peace.

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    • Sovereign Citizen
      January 7, 2022

      It is not the same person. Parry W Bellot started a business in Dominica in 1944 so obviously it is not the same individual because this gentleman was just a toddler, I believe you are referring to Parry W Bellot so folks have been hearing this name for a long time so I don’t think it is the same individual probably his father or another family founding member. Hopefully someone can help us here. R.I.P Sir you are deserving of the Nation award.

      • Zandoli
        January 12, 2022

        I suspect you are correct. I have been hearing that name from the time I was a young lad, it was likely his father who was in the news back in the day.

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