We send Joan our love and deepest sympathy at this sad time.
There will a Celebration of the life of Professor Kenny on 15th August at the Country Club at 5pm.
I know I speak for all members who would have wished to be there on Monday, but are currently out of the country - we much regret that we cannot attend the Celebration, but our thoughts are with you Joan.
'Professor Julian Kenny was a zoologist who made his mark documenting the natural history of the Caribbean. His research uncovered details on the distribution of freshwater fish species in Trinidad and Tobago and provided information on the species of anurans to be found in these islands. He also spearheaded research at the University of the West Indies (UWI), which highlighted information on the ecological dynamics of some of the country’s natural areas, including its savannas, wetlands, cave systems, marine systems and coral reefs. His work has contributed to the protection of sensitive ecosystems, the management of fisheries and the development of a National Trust.' From www.caribbean-icons.org
Paulo Kernahan wrote a very fitting piece in the Trinidad Guardian on Saturday, 13th August which you may like to read. http://www.guardian.co.tt/category/byline-authors/paolo-kernahan