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The Ward’s ‘Unforgettable’ affair

Published:Sunday | January 12, 2020 | 12:00 AMJanet Silvera - Senior Gleaner Writer
From left: Donnette Gordon, Terry-Ann Reid, and Veronica Ward.
Dennis Hawthorne and Normesha Maragh dancing up a storm at the Ward’s Power Tools party.
Pastor Joy Keane and Michael Ward at the Ward’s Power Tools’ 20th anniversary party at the Hilton Rose Hall.
Agent Sasco arrives for the party.
Christopher Jones and Sashay Scott
Andre Reid (left) and Omar Parchment in a jovial mood.
Citadel Insurance Brokers Neil Baugh (left) and Senator Charles Sinclair.
Simone Francis (left) and Heather Hacker
From left: Howard Ward of Ward Power Tools; Oliver Lawson and Driver of the Year, Wayne Wilson.
Normesha Maragh (left) and Tracey Baugh share lens time at the Ward’s Power Tools party at the Hilton Rose Hall Hotel and Spa.
Howard Ward (left), managing director, Wards Power Tools converses with Apostle Richard Keane at the Ward’s Power Tools 20th Anniversary party at the Hilton Rose Hall Resport and Spa.
Under the command of Agent Sasco, staff and guests at the Ward’s Power Tools had the time of their life.


Ward’s Power Tools’ Howard and Veronica Ward hosted more than 200 guests at their annual staff party, securing a night called ‘Unforgettable’ with the likes of musical icon Agent Sasco and saxophonist extraordinaire Fitzroy ‘Saxie’ Minott.

The event, held in the ballroom of the Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa, was highlighted by scrumptious food and a selector, DJ Pinchaz, who has become one of the most popular on the entertainment scene in Montego Bay.

Complementing what could only be described as a celebration of successes, Ward’s opted to recognise long-serving staff who had given indelible service to the organisation between 11 and 20 years.

Malvia Walker of the accounts department; Monica Smith, facilities; and Jason Wright, Egbert Rowe and James Love from operations were all lauded for their commitment to the company, while Harold Cole was named the most improved member of staff; Cornelius Thompson, Operator of the Year 2019; Wayne Wilson, Driver of the Year; and Jermaine Allen, Scaffolder for 2019.

Agent Sasco brought his A game, which had guests on their feet, while Pinchaz became a backing band of sorts with his musical prowess, taking the music lovers to an unmatched high.

For those who turned out for the event, the sentiments were, ‘How will the Wards match this next year?’