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Published:Tuesday | July 23, 2019 | 12:00 AM
Chairman of Carib Cement Parris Lyew-Ayee (left) introduces incoming general manager of Carib Cement Yago Castro (second right) to his son, Parris Lyew-Ayee Jnr (second left), while José Luis Seijo González, managing director of the TCL Group, looks on.
Peter Donkersloot and his lovely wife, Lilia Cucalón, are looking quite happy together.
The King of the Dancehall, Beenie Man, enjoys a bit of coffee and conversation with Tamii Brown (left), Salada Foods Jamaica commercial and corporate affairs manager, and Sherianne Hart, Salada business manager at LASCO Distributors, during Night One of Reggae Sumfest.
The mixologists at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel designed a special drink called the ‘Cement’ to mark the occasion. Taking a sip are Lilia Cucalón (second left) and Sherry DaRosa (second right), wives of Peter Donkersloot, outgoing general manager of Carib Cement (left), and Emanuel DaRosa, CEO of the Jamaica Public Service Company Limited, respectively.
The lyrically engaging Protege, greets Gail Abrahams, vice-president, Marketing Communications and Sponsorships, at Supreme Ventures.
Beautiful Smiles! Kerry Ann Levene (left), Executive Assistant, Marketing and Commercial at SVL and Jhana Edwards, Planning and Activation Officer, were on hand to greet guests at the Supreme Ventures 'Ultimate Lounge' at Reggae Sumfest on the weekend.

It was a grand celebration that ushered out the old and welcomed the new as the send-off and welcome for Carib Cement’s general managers, (incoming and outgoing) took the form of an elaborate function, held recently at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston. As brawta, a quick look at Reggae Sumfest, held at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre, over the weekend. Here are the social highlights.