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Holy Trinity footballer is dead

Published:Saturday | March 5, 2016 | 3:55 PM

Shayne Fairman                                                                                                                                                                                                   Gleaner Writer
Former Holy Trinity High School footballer, Jordan Foote, lost his battle with bone cancer this morning.
   Foote who had his leg amputated last December  died at 10 o'clock in the University Hospital of the West Indies.
His mother, Nadine Sutherland, said the 18 year-old died with members of his family by his side.
   “His last moment was peaceful as he saw everybody he wanted to see,” she explained.    
    Foote passed away in the company of his mother, brothers, cousins and his former coach Devon Anderson.