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Dr. Orrin Barrow was no ordinary man and his death comes as a loss, said his colleagues and friends,Cheap Jerseys Outlet, among them Dr Dalgleish Joseph of the University of Guyana Medical School. Dr Barrow died on Tuesday in his adoptive Jamaica.Kenrick Orrin Evan Barrow was born in Georgetown,Cheap Jerseys Online, British Guiana, on November 27,Wholesale Jerseys, 1938. He attended Queen’s College where he excelled both academically and socially. With a long list of achievements,Cheap Authentic Jerseys, both academic and in his career as a medical doctor, Barrow stood out as an exceptional Guyanese.He was married to Pauline Hayle-Barrow. They got married shortly before he left for the United Kingdom for postgraduate studies.Orrin and Pauline have three children; Philip who like his father and grandfather studied medicine; Paige, a Chef and Peter, an Advertising and Marketing Executive.In 1970, Barrow became a freemason and obtained high honours in many orders of Freemasonry.Many honours have been bestowed on him; Fellowship of the Edinburgh and London Royal Colleges, Fellowship of the American College of Physicians and Fellowship of the American College of Gastroenterologists. He was the founding President of the Association of West Indian Gastroenterologists, has been chairman of the Medical Council of Jamaica and is past president of the Medical Association of Jamaica – a position he filled with distinction for three years.He was External Physician to the late President of the Republic of Guyana, Forbes Burnham,Wholesale NBA Jerseys, accompanying him to many countries worldwide. He was also physician to former Jamaica Prime Minister P.J Patterson.With years of service to The University of the West Indies and the University Hospital of the West Indies,Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping, to the people of Jamaica and to the people of the wider Caribbean.It is said that whatever institution he was associated with became the beneficiary of his high intellect and organizing skills.When external examiners criticized the medical programme offered by the University of Guyana, Dr Barrow, in a blistering attack, recommended that the facility be closed for a year until the school could improve the quality of its lecturers, teaching aids and the curriculum.He supervised the revamping of the programme and when the Medical school reopened he was there to ensure that it got the best in terms of external examiners.For his services to Guyana, he was honoured with that country’s third largest decoration – the Cacique’s Crown of Honour.
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