DAIC shares sincerest condolences on the passing of Executive Assistant Daniel Panthier

The Board of Directors, Membership, and Secretariat extend deepest and sincerest condolences to the family, friends, colleagues and all impacted by the life of Daniel Panthier, Executive Assistant at the Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce (DAIC). 

Daniel is fondly remembered by the stakeholders of the Chamber, especially by the Members of the Chamber, for his great customer service and pleasant encounters in fulfilling his duties for the two years he worked with the DAIC. The Chamber and DHTA staff note that it was a joy to work with Daniel. The team will never forget the warmth his smile and energy brought to the office. 

“From the moment Daniel was interviewed for the position, I was confident that he would be a great addition to the team as he was confident and intentional in how he presented himself. This interview gave hope that this brilliant young man would become a key part of our small team and would make a difference for Dominica and in the lives of many” shared Lizra Fabien, Executive Director of DAIC.

He was eager to serve and represent the Chamber when the opportunity arose. When requested to represent the Chamber on the Advisory Board of the Dominica Institute of Customer Service, he eagerly and instantly accepted as it was his delight to be part of such a noble initiative and contribute to the development of Dominica. The DAIC commended and supported his pursuit of higher education and his desire to become a diplomat. 

The loss of Daniel is felt by many. DAIC wishes comfort, strength and peace to all affected by Daniel’s tragic and sudden passing. May the memories of his wonderful personality and many contributions be celebrated by all.

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7 Comments

  1. Youth advocate
    March 3, 2022

    But since when a person could just die like a cow in a house and the death is not investigated as a murder nou? Why is the house where he was found dead is not under police security and sealed as a crime scene regardless of whose house? Why are those present during his death are not held for questioning? Man that’s what would happen in any real country. And instead we have Dennis Charles, a minister in the cabal of Skerrit crying and saying is the Devil that stole him and all the crap you expect to hear from hypocrites and no one is calling for an independent investigation. Boy I love my country but truly what is happening these days really stinking

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  2. Time to wake up
    March 3, 2022

    Condolences to the family and friends of this young man. We really have to start waking up and admitting to ourselves that something sinister is happening in Dominica. Whatever our beliefs, no matter our political or religious beliefs, we have to stop pretending that it’s natural for young people to just suddenly pass away. Something is definitely causing this and it needs to be investigated. This cannot continue as we bury our heads in denial. Please let’s open our hearts and admit that something really isn’t right. Only then will it be resolved.

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  3. It won’t be long
    March 2, 2022

    The day will come when God will hold the police and our officials responsible for the blood of our young men. How long? Not long

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  4. Blood is life
    March 2, 2022

    Too many organised crimes are committed in Dominica these days and the police investigation have them going out as accidents

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  5. Satan is a liar
    March 2, 2022

    Interestingly the Parlrep of Pointe Mitchell who is a minister in the government of Honorable Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, made this statement on her Facebook page and you could read it on DNO’’s article of Tuesday March 1 2022. Here is what she wrote
    “I am truly broken today! I am here waiting for someone to tell me that it isn’t true. The devil has stolen the life of Daniel Panthier, a young man with so much promise, and wanted to serve his country as a diplomat,”

    Notice again “ The Devil has stolen the life of Daniel Panther….” WOW! Does she know something that others don’t know? Ms Charles which Devil you talking about? Is there a Devil in Morne Daniel, where he died in a house? Ok nuff said.
    I have said several times that the Devil is a liar, a thief and that he came to Steal, Kill and Destroy according to Jesus in Jn 10:10
    I wonder if that Devil Hon Charles spoke about is residing in Dominica or is out of state or just the same Devil I thinking of in John 10:10?

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  6. Pure Madness
    March 2, 2022

    Man whether it’s DAIC, Debise Charles, the government of Skerrit or the police force of Skerrit, all of them are too damn hypocrite. How in the world they have so many nice and pleasant things to say about the young man and they allowed him to die that kind of death they trying to sell to us now?
    If he was so loved then why are the police saying an investigation is on the way, just like the on field umpire who gives a soft signal of out or not out, knowing well there must be clear evidence to overturn the umpires soft signal. Where was he at the time of death? The most DNO said yesterday is “ he died at a home in Morne Daniel “. Whose home? Who was there with him? Has anyone if not everyone been arrested while investigations are ongoing to ensure no evidence is tampered with? If not the the police have failed to preserve evidence. Was he poisoned in food or drink? Or did he willfully commit suicide and why he did so?

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