Simple words can't express the impact you had on us all. You were highly respectable within your church community and the wider community on Virgin Gorda.
We admire your strength, character and humility. You were a very patient man, "one in a million" who never let challenges beat you. You were a man of faith and was also an honest, outspoken and upfront individual. You were a devoted husband who was always there for your wife through sickness and good health. You loved many things in life, but several of your hobbies just come to mind when we think of you. You loved to cook, you love to play pool, darts and domino, and you loved music and would play Vibration hits on your trombone from time to time. You also took pride and enjoyed holding church services at St. Mary's with the seniors on Wednesdays and minister on Sundays with the general congregation. Most of all, You enjoyed traveling with your immediate family where you took the time to visit other family members in St Vincent, Florida and Trinidad. Everyone loves to take some time away from everyday life to enjoy a good vacation. Kenroy, you were definitely not an exception and created lasting memories during every trip! Kenroy, nobody every accused you of not being a hard worker. Though work was just a part of your life, you always dedicated yourself to the task. You spent over thirty five years working for Little Dix Bay Resort in Virgin Gorda. You owned your restaurant in Virgin Gorda for over twenty years and was a musician for over thirty years. Most recently, You were Lay Eucharistic Minister for St. Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church and loved St. Mary's with all of your heart. You worked tirelessly with the church until the end, and you never felt overwhelmed about it. You were extremely committed. You were also a leader of Virgin Gorda AA community group, one you took personal interest in and saw the need to help strengthen the group by holding many of its meetings, even when it was as small as two attendees (yourself and another).
Due to a sudden increased in cardiac complications at Peebles Hospital in Tortola, Kenroy was flown to Aventura Hospital & Medical Center in Miami Florida for immediate treatment. He passed away on the early morning of May 5, 2016. Kenroy passed away surrounded by his immediate family, as he always hoped since his experienced complications.
Kenroy, your legacy will live on through the impact you had on this world and in the lives of each of us who knew and loved you. You would never be forgotten. May your good soul rest in peace with the Lord.