The life and service to people, community and country were highlighted during the eulogy for the late People’s National Movement’s stalwart, Martin Terry Rondon, at his funeral service held at the St Charles RC Church, Tunapuna, Wednesday.
Delivering the eulogy, one of Rondon’s nieces recalled his community involvement with people, his political journey, love for family and agriculture.
His ability to reach people with love and concern regardless of their religion and political support was another feature of his life taken note of.
Politicians were urged to cherish and emulate the positive attributes Rondon displayed to help build a better nation.
The funeral service was attended by Acting Prime Minister, Colm Imbert, as well as several government ministers.