Bird Rock, Basseterre, St. Kitts (February 23rd 2017) –The St. Christopher Air and Sea Ports Authority (SCASPA) has been shadowed with a dark cloud of grief and sadness over the sudden passing of Lance Corporal Letitia Collins of SCASPA Security Department.
Last week Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Denzil “Don” James, invited the grieving family to his office to officially meet and console them on the passing of their loved one. The family contingent was comprised of Letitia’s mother, her significant partner and two other close relatives. Also present at this consoling session was SCASPA’s Chief Financial Officer Mr. Ian Ferguson.
Earlier this week, SCASPA presented the Collins family with an assorted “Baby Boy” gift basket with a wide variety of baby essentials.
In receipt of the basket, significant partner and father of Letitia’s son, Mr. Rogers Roger, expressed his gratitude for SCASPA’s support during this difficult time,
“On behalf of the Collins family, from the depth of my heart I just want to thank you all for this opportunity and support… It has been really hard and having the support from the job Letitia was so passionate about really comforts us.”
Mr. Roger also mentioned the relationship he intends to develop with SCASPA for the sake of his new born son.
Lance Corporal Letitia Collins served as a Security Officer for SCASPA for almost 11 years. A candle light ceremony in celebration her life would be held on Friday 24th February, 2017 at the lawn on the Island Main Road in Saddlers from 6:30 p.m. and the funeral service would be held at the Pentecostal Church of God in Saddlers on Thursday 2nd March, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.
On behalf of her SCASPA family may Letitia rest in eternal peace and her memories live on forever.