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Richard Delisle Greenidge
Richard
Delisle
Greenidge
Burial:
January 16, 2024
Of #32 Glen Acres, The Farm, St. George entered peacefully into rest. Former Inspector of The Barbados Police Service, Member and PRO of The Barclay Singers, and Honorary Member of The Police Alliance Toastmasters Club.
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In Loving Memory Of Richard...
Richard Delisle Greenidge

Loving Husband of Tracie Greenidge (PricewaterhouseCoopers SRL).

Son of Zita Greenidge and the late Winfield Greenidge.

Devoted Father of Serena Greenidge (Consumers Guarantee Insurance) and Noah Greenidge (Warrens Preschool).

Brother of Jeffrey Carter, Sonia Carter-Forde, Pauline Moore, Edwin Greenidge, Jennifer Greenidge, and the late Susan Greenidge.

Uncle of Carolanne Burgess, Rochell Shallow, Carlos Welch, Joy Carter-Ifill, Leila & Aria Ifill, Janelle Defreitas, Jeminii Defreitas, Edwin Jr., Anthony, Aiden, Natalie, Nickita, Nayeli, Tameisha, Derisha and Leon Greenidge.

Son-in-law of Paretta Bowen and the late Lionel Bowen.

Brother-in-law of Louis Moore, Frank Forde, Sonia Greenidge, Waveney & Walter Blackman, Gladwin & Carl Greaves, Sandra Greaves, Kay & Ezra Cutting, Hyacinth & the late Godfrey Moore, Joy Bowen & Peter Harris, Tyrone & Annalise Bowen, Erwin, Julian, Pearson and David Bowen.

Godfather of Imani Sobers and others.

Relative of the Waithe, Chase, Clarke, Harper, Babb, and Rawlins families.

Loved by the Greenidge, Springer, Sobers, and Bowen families.

Friend of Roger Miller, David Rouse, Dacia Cadogan, Marlon Remise, Geoffrey Roach, Peter Small, Christine Stanford, Sonia Boyce, the late Glenville Holder and family, Leroy Parris and family, The Howell Family, Charles Belle, Lavone Sobers and family, Stephen Herbert, Emerson McCollin, Walter Drakes, Allan Maloney, Johnathan Blades, Trevor Wood & Family, Hazel-Anne Sandy, Maureen Wiltshire, Kathy-Ann Moore, members of the Barbados Rifle & Pistol Association, Harrison College Alumni, members of The Barbados Police Service, and numerous others.

The funeral of the late Inspector Richard Delisle Greenidge leaves Earl’s Funeral Home, Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy on Tuesday, January 16th, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. for St. George Parish Church, The Glebe, St. George where relatives and friends are asked to meet for the Service of Thanksgiving at 1:30 p.m.

The funeral will then proceed to Flamboyant Lawns, Coral Ridge Memorial Gardens for the interment. Full military honours will be accorded. Tributes will commence at 12:45 p.m.

The choir is kindly asked to attend.

Live streaming of the funeral can be viewed via: https://watch.earlsfuneralhome.com/RichardGreenidge

The body of the late Richard Delisle Greenidge will repose for viewing from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Monday at The Police Sports Club, Weymouth, Roebuck Street, St. Michael.

Floral tributes may be sent to Earl’s Funeral Home no later than 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to IRG Funerals Incorporated.

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  • Thank you Sir for your excellent service. Your celebration here was fit for a Prime Minister, with dignity and class, just as you lived. My condolences to your wife, children, mom, siblings, comrades, other relatives and friends. Sleep peacefully in the arms of Jesus, in the company of your late sister and other Ancestors.
    A LIFE WELL LIVED. You lived by example, hope others follow your path. God bless you

  • To Richard’s family, I’m so sorry to hear of your loss.
    We were friends from school, talked horses, and over the years would periodically “bump” into each other. His quiet manner, integrity and sense of humour always left me feeling richer for each time we met. He was one of those few persons that you always considered a friend.

  • Condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the late Toastmaster Richard. Rest In Peace. From the members of the St. John Toastmasters Club

  • A true leader, gentleman and friend. Always there to inspire, and guide. Never judgemental. Genuine to the core. Condolences to family and friends.

  • Sincere condolences to Tracie and the family. May you find comfort, peace and strength as you navigate this difficult time. May he rest in peace.

  • To my dear friend Tracie, Noah, Richard’s daughter and the entire family, my deepest condolences to you and your family. May you find comfort, peace and strength in God during this difficult time. Lots of love from the Allman family xx

  • My sincere condolence to Pauline Moore, Sonia Forde, Mummy and the entire Greenidge family may his soul rest in peace and rise in glory

  • Condolences to ur family u have lost a great guy but he is in God’s hands an while he is gone he is waiting to meet u all some day in heaven rest in peace my brother

  • Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss Tracie, Serena, Noah and family.
    May God help you all get through this difficult time and ease your pain.
    Rest In Eternal Peace Richard.

  • Condolences to his wife n kids,mom ,sisters and brothers we all grew up together from the Watkins n Boucher family a very nice guy continue to SIP

  • Our sincere condolences to Tracie, Serena and Noah … cherish the many beautiful memories and may they keep you and your family strong at this time. “When you lose someone you love..we must learn not to live without them, but to live with the love they left behind” Anonymous RIP Richard. George & Joanne Harris and family

  • Our deepest condolences to my niece Serena and family and all of the Greenidge family. May the good Lord give you comfort during this sorrowful time. May Richard rest in peace and Rise In Glory.
    Veronica clarke (nee Belle) and family.

  • Let us talk about honesty. Let us talk about integrity. Let us talk about discipline. Let us talk about patience and understanding. Let us talk about politeness. Let us talk about decency. That is a lot of talking so let us shorten it and sum it up in one parcel by saying. Let us talk about Inspector Richard Greenidge. Friend, father, husband, supervisor and good human. God is waiting to receive you my friend.

  • Rest in Peace my great friend. Condolences to all family and friends. Greenidge and I worked together, for six years, in the Training and Recruiment office and during that time I learnt so much from him on a personal and professional level. I will always treasure those happy memories along with the last whatsapp messages we exchanged the Thursday before the heart wrenching event. Rest now Greenidge but I know that you will Rise in Glory.

  • I extend my deepest condolences to the family of Inspector Richard Greenidge, my former colleague and course mate. May you find strength in this difficult time, and may his dedication to the Barbados Police Service be remembered with respect and gratitude.

  • My memories of Richard goes back to when we were teenagers and he would help David Arthur with the horses back in the day before he joined the Barbados Police Service. I knew him as a very quiet and humble person. A man who never passed me without saying hello, even if he had to stop the police vehicle. We hadn’t seen each other in a while as for me moving overseas. Sleep In Peace my brother. My deepest condolences to his wife, children, extended family and friends, members of the BPS, and all fraternities mentioned.

  • 20 years ago Richard and I became friends and neighbors in Mayfield where he lived until he moved deeper into St. George. We still remain friends today, even after I was made to freeze with the sad news of his passing.
    Richard was ‘an officer and a gentleman’, one of ‘a few good men’ who believed in doing the right thing or doing things right. Upright, honest, jovial, Richard was a true gentleman, a family man, a committed officer of the law. He was simply, a good man.
    My deepest condolences to his wife Tracie, daughter Serena, son Noah, his immediate and extended family and his friends.
    I always remember his words ‘my man, before you do anything wrong, think about the consequences’.
    My brother, May you rest in peace and rise in Glory.

    • Mr. Rouse, Inspector Greenidge left indelible footprints. I hope those officers that were “accused” of madness lately, and all others, follow his motto and think about the consequences. His motto should be added to a plaque with his picture, and placed at ever station house. Love our Police Department. Officers thank you; please let him rest in peace. A life well lived, a funeral fit for a Head of State.

  • Heartfelt condolences from the staff at the Regional Security System where Inspector Greenige was attached for a period as a part of the RSS Training Team. He was a true gentleman, well loved by all he came in contact with. It is with great sadness that we have seen him gone too soon. We pray that the peace of God and the precious memories of Richard would comfort the bereaved family at this time. May he rest in peace.

  • To my loving sister,Tracie, his daughter Serena and his son Noah may God continue to comfort you at this time. You have our love, prayers and support. May Richard rest in peace and rise in glory.

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