Engineering Superintendent, Chief Engineer, General Manager, Deputy Board Chair of Guyana Airways Corporation, Director General of Airworthiness (Guyana)
Over the span of 25 years beginning in 1962 Robert Dornford's unrelenting efforts contributed to the rise of Guyana Airways Corporation (GAC). His intellectual prowess and tenacity guided then British Guiana Airways from the era of the Grumman Goose to a competitive airline (GAC) with modern advanced jet aviation equipment, technology, and skillful personnel that was the envy of the Caribbean.
There are some special people you cross paths with in this journey called life. Not special for who they are or the titles they may hold, but because they are kind and generous, forthright and upstanding. These are qualities that set apart the wheat from the chafe, the ordinary from the extraordinary.
Mr. Gordon Harper Sr. was a man who possessed these qualities in abundance.
A short while ago President Nelson Mandela, one of the world's greatest statesman died in South Africa. Mr. Mandela was 95 years old. His death was announced by President Zuma who said Mr. Mandela had "departed" and was at peace.
Guyana Cultural Association of New York Inc. Newsletters - Guyana Cultural Association Board Member Muriel Glasgow
Guyana Cultural Association of New York Inc. Newsletter - Guyana Cultural Association Board Member Muriel Glasgow - November 30, 2013 Vol. 3 Issue 11
This is the best (and perhaps only) eatery in Port Kaituma, the gold mining community in NW Guyana. It's called ‘BIG D’S FOOD MALL’, and is painted toothpaste green, and – instead of the usual techno – it emitted gentle chirrups of gospel choir.
This is the great seawall at Meten-Meer-Zorg in Guyana. Beyond the wall is the Atlantic looking sludgy and pink, like a desert of sediment except slightly more choppy. This sludge has been carried here from the heart of the South American continent by the Amazon, and this tainting of the sea continues all the way up past Venezuela.
Paul Ramlogan, a well-known figure in the Guyanese community in Washington DC and father of Ann Ramlogan-Rice of the Embassy of Guyana died on Thursday November 28, 2013.
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