Sandra Julien, lawyer and public servant, laid to rest

The body of the late Sandra Julien being carried out of the St. Alphonsus Church

Registrar of Companies and attorney-at-law, Sandra Julien, was laid to rest at the Roseau Roman Catholic Cemetary after a funeral service at the St. Alphonsus Roman Catholic Church.

The funeral, which was attended by family, friends, well-wishers and members of the legal fraternity, who staged a guard of honour, was concelebrated by Monsignor Eustance Thomas with Fr. Charles Martin as the main celebrant.
Fr. Martin, in his homily, called on all to be “thankful” for the life of late Sandra Julien.
“We hate to see a loved one suffer but we also hate it when they die, thank God for the life of Sandra which was well-lived,” Fr. Martin said.
Sandra, he said pleased God and loved God and she was “snatched and transported away by God from the sickness of this world.”

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2 Comments

  1. Ibo France
    June 4, 2020

    May the soul of the deceased, Sandra Julien, rest in everlasting peace.

    It’s not the best tome but I feel compelled to ask and state this. Does the law fraternity in Dominica do any pro bono work? There are so many indigent people in this country who need legal assistance. I get the distinct impression that all they are concerned about is filling their pockets to live in affluence.

    With all the legal shenanigans and the misuse and abuse of the judiciary to persecute (not prosecute) their perceived enemies, these lawyers remain stoically indifferent to the suffering of innocent families and guiltless individuals at the hands of this dark regime. These people (lawyers), with a few exceptions, are just chasers of ambulances, hearses and police vans.

  2. boto
    June 4, 2020

    May she rest in peace…

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