WASCO expresses profound grief over the sudden death of the son of an employee

WASCO expresses profound grief over the sudden death of the son of an employee

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – The management of the Water and Sewerage Company Inc WASCO is expressing deep sadness and shock over the sudden death of Botham Shem Jean and the circumstances surrounding his tragic and untimely death.

Botham Shem Jean was the first son of Mrs Allison Jean former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and sustainable Development and Mr Bertram Jean, Stores Supervisor at WASCO. He was also the nephew of Mr Ignatius Jean, Chief Executive Officer of the Caribbean Water and Sewerage Association Inc. (CAWASA) and former government Minister and Parliamentarian.

News of the tragedy has left friends, staff and colleagues of the Jean family stunned over what is described as a senseless act.

General Manager of WASCO Mr Edmund Regis has extended, on behalf of the company’s management and staff, deep and heartfelt sympathy to the Jean family as they try to come to terms with the tragedy. Mr Regis remarks that “this is undoubtedly what can only be described as a difficult time of bereavement for the Jean family”.

The Management and staff of WASCO continues to pray for the Jean family that they may find strength to deal with their grief.


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  1. I am so happy that the management of Wasco will acknowledge the sudden death of an employee's son, what's about an ex employee who served the company for over 20 plus years Mr Richard Ward. His Mom passed a few years back nothing from Management, he passed last week same thing nothing was said.


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