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Dexter Benjamin also known as “Bull & Pam-pa-lam”

Dexter Benjamin also known as “Bull & Pam-pa-lam” of Mt. Reuil, St. Patrick resided in Toronto, Canada, passed away on Tuesday 29th August, 2017 at the age 45


He was the son of: Glenda Benjamin also known as “Landa”, Father of: Karim John in Grenada, Kylan & Savina Bissette, Delroy John, Camille & Tye Benjamin in Canada, Grand Father of: Hazel & Josiah in Canada


Brother of: Josian Francois, Denise & Debra Benjamin all in Canada, Adopted Brother of: Candia Baptiste, Javel Bernard in Grenada , Sally Ann Duncan in the USA, Christopher Duncan, Uncle of: Dezra, Dezarie, Dessie Ann, Deron, Dammion & Shenece Benjamin, Grand Uncle of: Ayanna Patrick, Arianna, Aleena & Deijonte (Day-john-tay) Benjamin, Nephew of 13 including: Leanora, Leno, Erva, Kester, Ivor, Don & Ann Benjamin, Brother in law of: Ian Jeffery


Many Other relatives and friends including: John Estinoza, Delroy Williams, Augustine “App” Felix, Andrea & Mayann Benjamin, Monica Mark, Teddy, Christopher, the Mark family of Mt Reuil & the USA, Patrick family of Snell Hall, Loraine James, Christibell Francois, management & staff of Topax Exporting Packing Systems, friends and neighbours of Mt Reuil & Canada


Funeral Service on Thursday 14th September, 2017 at 2: 00 pm at the Sauteurs Anglican Church, St. Patrick and Interment at the Marli Cemetery



Please accept our deepest sympathies. May you gain comfort in knowing that the one who gave life to all living creatures is certainly capable of restoring life to someone who has died.-Psalm 36:9


My condolences to my sister and family on the passing of my Nephew dexter Benjamin may he rest in piece


My sincere condolences. Some scriptures that have comforted me are Revelation 21:3,4 and John 5:28,29. May they give you hope and encouragement.


I can still remember the times at the Hermitage School

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