The Turks and Caicos Government mourns the loss of Assistant Immigration Officer Juval Clarke.
Juval joined the Turks and Caicos Islands Civil Service on November 1st, 2007 as an Assistant Immigration Officer within the Immigration Department and dedicated over 13 years of service to his country.
Deputy Governor and Head of the Public Service Her Excellency Anya Williams in expressing her sympathy said:
“It is with profound sadness that I extend my sincerest condolences to the family of the late Juval Clarke affectionately known as ‘Jay’, on his recent passing.
Jay was a dedicated civil servant who took great pride in his job as an Assistant Immigration Officer and was a family, man who dearly loved his family, most especially his children.
I extend my deepest sympathy to his mother our Postal Manager Ms. Valarie Forbes, his father Mr. Ernest Clarke Jnr., his partner Metra Handfield, his children, S’ Vad, S’Car and S’Kira Clarke and his extended family and friends.
I hope that you will find comfort in your memories of him and the joy that he brought to your lives during the time that he was granted to be in your presence.
May his dear soul rest in eternal peace and may God comfort you at this difficult time.”
Sharing condolences as well Director of Immigration, Mr. Derek Been said:
“We are very saddened by this sudden loss to one of our colleagues, and will miss him, but we are grateful for his years of service to the Immigration Department, the Turks and Caicos Islands Government, and people throughout these Islands.
Juval was an enthusiastic Officer, with over 13 years of service to the Turks and Caicos Islands Government, all of which with the Immigration Department.
Juval loved his job and performed his duties without any reservations, he was always seen once you enter the Immigration Department on Grand Turk and served in several areas within the Immigration Department.
We loved Juval and will miss his great personality.
Rest in peace our dear colleague and friend.”