So long, Colm

Published: Wednesday | July 24, 2013 Comments 0
ProComm director Hubert Chin (left) presents a farewell gift to Digicel Group CEO Colm Delves.
ProComm director Hubert Chin (left) presents a farewell gift to Digicel Group CEO Colm Delves.
Former Digicel Group CEO Colm Delves (left) receives a gift of appreciation from Citibank CEO Peter Moses and Senior Executive Eva Lewis. Occasion was a surprise farewell event at Digicel's regional headquarters on Thursday, July 18 for Delves, who will be relocating to group offices in Dublin, Ireland.
Former Digicel Group CEO Colm Delves (left) receives a gift of appreciation from Citibank CEO Peter Moses and Senior Executive Eva Lewis. Occasion was a surprise farewell event at Digicel's regional headquarters on Thursday, July 18 for Delves, who will be relocating to group offices in Dublin, Ireland.
Father Garvin Agustin (centre) applies holy water to the forehead of former Digicel boss Colm Delves (right), as Monsignor Gregory Ramkissoon of Mustard Seed Communities prays, while Delves' wife Paula and daughter Hannah look on.
Father Garvin Agustin (centre) applies holy water to the forehead of former Digicel boss Colm Delves (right), as Monsignor Gregory Ramkissoon of Mustard Seed Communities prays, while Delves' wife Paula and daughter Hannah look on.

It was a surprise for former regional head of Digicel, Colm Delves, when he arrived on the top floor of the telecoms' headquarters downtown on Thursday, July 18. So much so, his face turned beet red!

But it was not a night for sadness or speeches. Father Gregory Ramkissoon of the Mustard Seed Communities, assisted by Father Garvin Agustin, blessed the Delves, including wife Paula and daughter Hannah to wish them Godspeed. Delves will be relocating to to the group office in Ireland.

The brief formalities were chaired by ProComm's Jean Lowrie-Chin and included parting gifts from Citibank's Peter Moses, Heather Asphal, Red Stripe and ProComm. Guests danced up a storm to the entertaining sounds of Karen Smith, A.J. Brown, Maria Myrie, and Harold Davis & Friends.




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