It is with great sadness and regret that we announce the death of Munro College Old Boy Paul “PC” Bravo, Class of ‘72. Who passed away on Wednesday, June 8th, 2022.
Former CEO of Sunrite -Central Food Packers Limited, Central Village.
In every grouping of individuals, there is one who stands out above the rest.
“In Arce Sitam Quis”, – a city set on a hill cannot be hid! “P.C” has been that city.
The Executive of the MCOBA expresses sincere condolences to Munronian Ian Bravo (Cousin), and the entire Bravo family.
Tribute for Paul Bravo
On 19 July 1956, God blessed us with an angel. He was christened Paul Constantine Bravo by his parents. In September 1968, Munro College was blessed when this angel became a student and was christened “PC” by his peers. As an old boy, service to Munro and Hampton became an abiding passion for “PC”. His perceptive observations expressed through his cryptic comments, coupled with his infectious dry humour, wry wit along with his own personal language developed in Coke House and honed on the rest of us at school to later be shared with the world, which always became a better place for his presence.
Those of us blessed to have shared the same space with him will wholeheartedly agree that he was one of a kind, the likes of which we may never see again. His contribution to the Munro cause was significant but low keyed in his personal style. He could be relied on for his sterling contributions whenever requested as well as from his own initiative. He had a sobriquet for everyone, institutions and organizations were not spared his uncannily, perceptive apt renaming. He attributed our shared values to the guidance given to us during our sojourn at Munro by “Red Jesus”, his name for our esteemed Headmaster, Richard B. Roper.
In his professional life he co-founded Central Food Packers and singlehandedly made it into one of the islands top agro processing facility. He was recognized by his peers in the sector for his knowledge and reliability becoming the Vice President of the umbrella organization for the industry. He became the surrogate parent for all his employees who revered him for his caring and genuine love for all of them and their families.
To his family; Francine, Danielle, Zachary, Kristen, Richard, Sandra, Ian, Mickey & Lorna, Sharon & Norman, from his Munro and Hampton family our sincere condolences and heartfelt sorrow at your loss which is equally our loss. We share your grief at this time but we can all take comfort in the words of the good book from Psalm 112 verse 9, “He hath distributed freely he hath given to the poor; his righteousness endureth for ever; his horn shall be exalted with honour”.
May his soul rest in peace and may light perpetually shine upon him.
IN ARCE SITAM QUIS OCCULTABIT———- BOBO SKI WATTEN TALLA ALLA SKI WA