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Published:Thursday | March 1, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Norman Brown and his wife Jennifer, is joined by Clement Ebanks as they came out to wish Mureen James a happy birthday.
Samantha Chantrelle (left), former CEO of Digicel Jamaica Foundation and Aileen Corrigan, CEO of Trend, are alls miles at the send-off bash for outgoing Digicel Group CEO, Colm Delves.
Sharing a hearty laugh are (from left): Opposition Spokesman for Energy & Mining Phillip Paulwell; Minister of Finance and the Public Service, Audley Shaw; Leader of the Opposition Dr Peter Phillips, and former Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller – all gathered to celebrate with outgoing Digicel Group CEO Colm Delves.
Sharing a photo with outgoing Digicel Group CEO Colm Delves for the last time are (from left): Business Development Manager CarribbeanJobs.com, Sarah Warren; special needs teacher Carol Turnbull, and Sharon Roper, managing director, SIAN Associates.
Colm Delves gets a farewell hug from Digicel CEO, Caribbean and Central America, Vanessa Slowey, at his farewell party dubbed “To Colm, with…Nuff Love” at the Telecommunications downtown head office last Sunday.
Birthday girl Mureen James, director of sales, Hyatt Ziva and Zilara, glowing as she celebrates her 50th birthday with an intimate group of friends at Mystic Thai in Montego Bay last Saturday.
From left: Karen Stephenson, Yolandah James and Marcia Grant out to celebrate a milestone with Mureen James.
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Today, we bring you a round-up of birthday celebrations and farewells. Mureen James celebrated her 50th birthday with a group of close friends, some she has known for over 40 years, at Mystic Thai in Montego Bay last Saturday. And on Sunday, Digicel bid farewell to Group CEO Colm Delves. Dubbed 'To Colm, with ... Nuff Love' , industry leaders and former prime ministers came out to give him a fine Jamaican farewell.