Former Guardian Media Limited Sub-editor Kelvin Choy died on Sunday. Choy, who was 79, started at the Daily Mirror newspapers in 1963 before he joined the Guardian and worked for more than two decades up to his retirement in 2001. However, he never left the establishment and continued as a freelance sub-editor and copyreader for all of the newspapers' publications which included news, sports, features and business. He finally left the organisation in 2017.
His funeral will take place on Friday at Allens Funeral Home in Arima at 11 am.
However, because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic restrictions employed by the government, only 25 people will be allowed to attend the service. There will be a viewing of his body at 10.30 so people can come and pay their respects. Rest In Peace Kelvin Choy.