Alvin Stanton Romeo
Alvin Stanton Romeo

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Alvin Stanton Romeo
of Greenwich Village, St. James entered peacefully into rest at age 51. Devoted Employee of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security and Chairman of the Barbados 4H Foundation. Member of the Greenwich Community.
Friday, February 2nd, 2024
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Beloved Husband of Julianne Romeo.

Son of the late Hughmilton and Adrianna Romeo.

Loving Brother of Moreen and Alston Romeo.

Nephew of Gloria Husbands, Joycelyn Francis, Marva Hewitt, Patsy P. Mayers, Gloria Jordan, Winston Romeo, Moses Ambriton and many others.

Cousin of Steve Ambriton, Corrine Boyce, Angela Buckley, Jenny Francis, Darren Francis, Junior Mayers, Sonia and David Hewitt (UK), Bernadette Gill, Vaseelka Romeo, Velma Romeo, Dale Romeo and many others.

Adopted Son of Patricia Edwards, Bishop Wesley and Ann Dear.

Son-in-law of Phyllis Burke.

Brother-in-law of Roslyn Romeo and Ryan Burke.

Friend of the CLTC, the Western New Testament Church Families and the Worrell Family.

The funeral of the late Alvin Stanton Romeo leaves Earl’s Funeral Home, Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy on Friday February 2nd, 2024 at 11:30 a.m. for Covenant Life Teaching Centre, Greenhill, St. Michael where relatives and friends are asked to meet for the Service of Thanksgiving at 1:30 p.m.

The funeral will then proceed to St. James Cemetery for the interment.

Live streaming of the funeral can be viewed via

Relatives and friends can visit the chapel of Earl’s Funeral Home, Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy to reflect the memories of Alvin Stanton Romeo from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Thursday.

Floral tributes may be sent to Earl’s Funeral Home no later than 11:00 a.m. on Friday.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to IRG Funerals Incorporated.


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  • Dear Julianne, “You are in my heart and prayers during this time of sorrow. May the Lord provide you with peace and healing.”

  • Please accept my deepest and sincerest condolences for your loss. The memories of someone as special as your husband will live on forever.

  • We are praying for the family. May our heavenly Father give you strength during this difficult journey. Rev. Dr. Paul Patrick and Destiny Cathedral in Long Island.

  • Condolence Message from 4-H Leaders Council of Trinidad and Tobago

    It is with deep sorrow and heartfelt sympathy that we, the 4-H Leaders Council of Trinidad and Tobago, extend our condolences to the family of Alvin Stanton Romeo, the Barbados Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security and the Barbados 4-H Foundation on the passing of a devoted employee and valued member of the Greenwich Community.

    In times of loss, words often fall short in capturing the depth of our emotions. However, we wish to express our profound sorrow and share in the collective grief of all those who knew and cherished him.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends, the entire Barbados agricultural community, the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security, and the Barbados 4-H Foundation as you navigate through this difficult time.

    The impact of the loss is not only felt by colleagues and associates but reverberates throughout the broader community, leaving a void that will be deeply felt by all. Mr. Romeo’s dedication to the Greenwich Community and his contributions to the agricultural sector will forever be remembered and cherished. As President of 4-H Trinidad and Tobago, I embarked on an outreach programme in 2023, targeting 4-H Directors across the Caribbean.

    Mr. Alvin Romeo was the first person I contacted, and he was eager to meet, exchange ideas and see how we could work together to continue to grow 4-H across the islands. Last June, I connected with the 4-H team led by Alvin and, of course, his lovely wife Julienne. Alvin was a soft-spoken, warm gentleman. We spent the day visiting a few schools and meeting some awesome VLs and students.

    The teachers spoke highly of Alvin, and they were clearly thankful for his assistance with their projects. Later that day, as we sat for lunch, looking at Alvin and Julienne, I couldn’t help but marvel at the undeniable connection and closeness they shared. They finished each other’s sentences and had that general ‘young love’ vibe.

    Their generosity even caused me to check my carry-on as luggage because I was presented with several treats that were prepared by 4-H Barbados. Upon my return to Trinidad, we continued discussing future partnerships between 4-H Trinidad and Tobago and the 4-H Barbados Foundation.

    Only last November, we began formalizing the Caribbean 4-H Council, and Alvin accepted the post as Secretary. Alvin’s passion, hard work, and commitment have undoubtedly left an indelible mark on the hearts of those he worked with and the community he served.

    During this challenging period, may the collective strength of your team provide comfort and support to one another. As you mourn the loss of your esteemed colleague, please know that the 4-H Leaders Council of Trinidad and Tobago stands in solidarity with you. May cherished memories of Alvin Stanton Romeo bring solace to your hearts, and may you find strength in the support of each other as you navigate through this difficult time.

    Please accept the sincere condolences of the 4-H Leaders Council of Trinidad and Tobago and by extension the Caribbean 4-H Council. May your soul rest in eternal peace and rise in glory, Alvin Stanton Romeo.

    4-H Leaders Council of Trinidad and Tobago

  • …to Julianne and extended family members I offer my condolences on Alvin’s passing. May he Rest in Peace and Rise in Glory.

  • Deepest condolences to Alvin’s wife Julianne, family & friends. May God comfort you all in this your time of bereavement.
    Eric Smith & family.

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