Family, friends and well-wishers turned out recently to say farewell to the remarkable Arthur Ashbourn Robinson, more affectionately called ‘Bunny’. Holding back tears, in some instances, they delivered tributes in poems, anecdotes and songs for a loved one who died just before his 82nd birthday, on May 9, 2017. The well-organised thanksgiving service for the consummate Jamaica Association of Vintage Artistes and Affiliates (JAVAA) member was held at the North Street Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church on Sunday. It was a sea of red and black, Bunny’s favourite colours – his team, Boys’ Town Football Club and family members wore a combination of the two colours as a mark of respect. The tightly ran programme was preceded by a short musical prelude and a poem from (JAVAA) members… Next »
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