Frank Norville passes away

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Frank Norville passes away
Frank Norville.
Frank Norville.

Cultural activist, Frank Norville has passed away, family members have confirmed.

Norville, 70, succumbed to his illness at about 1.a.m. at the Victoria Hospital.

He suffered from a stroke during October last year and was hospitalised for almost three months.

Norville was hospitalised several times before that during last year.

Apart from being a cultural activist, Norville was also a photographer, actor and dancer.

However, he is most known for his work as a singer, musician and composer; especially as it relates to folk music.

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  1. We have lost another true son. May his passing remind us of our own mortality and cause us to make things right with God and our fellow men. There is no forgiveness beyond the grave. Condolences to his family and friends and also st. Lucia as a whole.

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  2. R.I.P. Mr. Norville. My condolences goes out to his loving family and co-workers that were so close to him, remember he is at peace now, pray that he will always watch over you the family. He has stopped suffering. MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE. AMEN.

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  3. RIP FRANK.I KNOW YOU ARE NO LONGER SUFFERING NOW THAT YOU ARE IN THE HANDS OF THE MAKER AWAITING THE FINAL JUDGEMENT.CONDOLENCES GOES OUT TO HIS FAMILY AND LOVE ONES.

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  4. Its amazing. Some of us Lucians are so hypocrite. When he was sick and at home no one from the CDF, paid a visit to him. This is the time he needed the accolades. He does not need it now. We need to STOP recognizing our people when they are DEAD. No one tried to assist him when he truly needed it.

    He is with god now. Condolences to his family!

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  5. May you rest in eternal peace Mr Norville. I can remember Frank Norville as a young person growing up in St. Lucia and what a wonderful voice he had. People like that are irreplaceable. I wish we had more Mr Norvilles and Sessanes left in St.Lucia. What an Icon he was!

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  6. MAY YOU REST IN PEACE FRANK. I WAS TAUGHT BY YOU LEARNING CULTURAL DANCING. I KNOW YOU ARE IN A BETTER PLCE NOW. MY CONDOLENCE TO THE FAMILY.

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  7. Some people, of a generation of great St. Lucians are passing away. They built this place through hard work and sacrifice. It is plain to see that they did wonderful work. Deepest sympathy to the Norville family. RIP

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  8. He was truly an icon. He keep our culture alive, he promoted it and set standards. He always gave me his time......and such a knowledgeable chap as well. I will miss him. JD Douglas

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  9. WE HAVE LOST ANOTHER GREAT CULTURAL ICON. MY PROFOUND CONDOLENCES TO HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

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  10. I pray that the family take comfort in knowing that he passed peacefully he will never be forgotten what a guy he can never be replaced rest in peace Franko

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  11. RIP Mr Norville. I don't know who your are but my sincere condolences to your family... St Lucia will miss you!

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  12. May you find rest in the hands of the Lord.

    Johnny, Jue, Sera will remember your ride in the Mini Mock.

    Go home Franko.

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  13. I'm sorry to hear of the passing of my former neighbor and co-worker. Sincere condolences to his family.

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  14. may you find eternal rest Mr. Norville..was a pleasure conversing with you..heart pours out to your family..God bless

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  15. I pray that he received Christ before his passing. Another role model gone, hope culture doesn't die.Strength his family Dear Lord!

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