St James bids farewell to Corrodus, welcomes Pitkin

Thursday, April 12, 2018

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Politicians , businessmen, and the legal fraternity from across western Jamaica turned out at RIU Reggae, Ironshore, on Sunday last to bid farewell to outgoing custos of St James, Ewen George Corrodus, and to welcome his successor, Bishop Conrad Pitkin.

A cocktail reception and dinner were held to show appreciation to those who contributed to Bishop Pitkin's installation ceremony as custos rotolorum of St James, was held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in Rose Hall last Thursday.

During the event, Corrodus, who served the parish of St James for almost nine years as custos, was hailed for his hard work and commitment to the people of St James.

Those in attendance expressed confidence in the ability of Bishop Pitkin to serve and pledged their commitment.

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