Fortieth Birthday notes

Tuesday social

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

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Home is where the heart is and the age-old adage proved true on the evening of Saturday, October 20 when Cayman-based investor and businessman David Stephens returned to The Rock to celebrate his 40th birthday with family and friends. The balmy evening breeze carried the lilt of laughter as old friends were reacquainted and family members said “long time no see” to each other.

Between cocktails and delicious food at the Terra Nova All-Suite hotel's Pavillion poolside, guests mingled and shared anecdotes about their relationships with Stephens. Stephens' wife attorney-at-law Jo-Anne Jackson delivered a toast that was a tough act to follow. Among other things, she noted how much she was blessed by having him as a husband, friend and confidante. His friends spoke highly of his character, dedication and how proud they are of his success. Clearly, Stephens is well-respected and loved by his family and peers. He, too, is missed here on The Rock.

Tuesday Social was among the guests in attendance and brings highlights.

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