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Earl Osbourne Worrell
March 14, 1937 - March 8, 2022
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<div itemprop="description">With great sorrow, we announce the passing of Earl Osbourne Worrell, on the 8th day of March, <br>2022. Earl passed away peacefully in the loving company of his longtime partner and love, <br>Marvo Yearwood-Holder. <br>Cherished father to Brian and Peter, he will be dearly missed by them and their families <br>including grandchildren (Benjamin and Maya). He will also be missed by Marvo and her family, <br>surviving siblings (Grace, Keith, and Nancy) and countless dear friends and family members <br>including the entire Douglas family, Hartley Richards, and Keith Lawrence among many others. <br>Earl is pre-deceased by his late wife (Joyce Brathwaite), and siblings (Charles Smith and <br>Pauline McCarthy). He is survived by his sister-in-laws (Barbara and Undine Brathwaite). <br> <br>Earl had a rich and full life which began in Bridgetown, Barbados. Having completed his <br>elementary and secondary education there, Earl went on to work at Public Works and the <br>Barbados Industrial Development Corp. He was very athletic, and enjoyed table tennis and <br>soccer, which he continued to enjoy after moving to Montreal in 1968. <br>His favorite pastime however, was dominoes and remained so into his 80’s. <br>Earl married Joyce Brathwaite (deceased) soon after moving to Montreal and started a family. <br>Their two sons were an endless source of joy and pride for him, and Earl actively supported <br>their involvement in local sports like hockey and soccer. He readily volunteered to coach soccer <br>as needed and was always on the sidelines cheering for the team and easily connecting with <br>other parents. It’s easy to see why he was so well-loved by everyone. <br>Earl was actively involved in their community and had many dear friends. Their home in <br>Pierrefonds was often a place for gatherings and Earl was known for his quick wit, fun-loving <br>attitude, and welcoming, respectful nature. <br>In Montreal, Earl worked at the Royal Bank of Canada for over 20 years, until he retired. <br>Earl’s longtime, beloved partner Marvo and he shared many great travels, adventures, and <br>relationships with their mutual friends and family members in Canada and the U.S. as well as in <br>Barbados. His surviving sister, Grace, has commented on how close their relationship was, and <br>Earl will be so dearly missed by all who knew him.</div>