Sudden Death Victim Named

July 14, 2011

Police have today [July 14] named the victim of yesterday’s sudden death.

A Police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service can now confirm the death of 33 year old David Jevon Saunders.”

“Around 11:10am on Wednesday, police and first responders attended a reported medical emergency at a Valley Lane, Sandys parish residence where Mr. Saunders was found in an unresponsive state inside the home. Despite CPR at the scene and being rushed to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance, he was subsequently pronounced dead at 12:03pm.”

“Foul play is not suspected and an autopsy is anticipated in due course. The Bermuda Police Service extends condolences to the family & friends of Mr. Saunders.”

Bernews extends our sympathies to the gentleman’s family and friends.

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  1. d says:

    Rest in Peace Jevon.. gonna miss you mate

  2. Adele White says:

    My condolences to the family and close friends of Mr. Jevon Saunders. He was such a pleasant and outgoing staff member of Market Place who helped to brighten many of my mornings with a kind word while he was located at Shopping Center. He will be missed.

  3. Tired of nonsense says:

    Wow. Definitely surreal.

    Mr. Saunders just made my sandwich the other day at Market Place on Church St.

    Always friendly and always talkative.

    RIP Mr. Saunders. Condolences to his family and friends

  4. freddyg says:

    God bless this family !!!! My condolence to Mrs. Saunders and family !

  5. State of Shock says:

    Jevon, the first thing that i think of when i hear your name is your love for life, and your ability to make everyone around you smile. I would see you on my worst day, and leave you with a grin.

    You were an exceptional husband, father, and friend. Sandys Sec & Cedarbridge would not of been the same without you, and even though you have gone to a better place, your memories will live on in the hearts of your friends and family forever.

    RIP Jevon – save my spot in heaven; i’ll see you when i get there

  6. S Brown says:

    RIP My condolences to the family

  7. relevant says:

    Mr. Saunders was my favorite employee at MP. I loved when he was able to be my server, very pleasant, warm smile, friendly conversation. He will be missed and I hope MP takes the time to acknowledge him in some way. My prayers will be with his family as I’m sure this is a very difficult time!

  8. Mr. Duane P. Santucci says:

    To all of thr staff at Bernews thank you for your thoughts and prayers and sincere consideration to even given this oppurtunity to have sucha media to express to the family that your thoughts are with them,I know Jahrvy’s wife Tasha and his daughters greatly appreciate your thoughts at this time.we can take time to express our own sincere deepest hearfelt loss of such a one who live a larger then life legacy and it has and will be continued to be done, but i personally wanted to say how deeply moved i am by Bernews and the proffessionalism in which you give in your reporting and the expression of true community spirit in which you give in the part you do in all of our lives,knowing we can depend on this media 24/7.

    So in closing thank you for sharing your thoughts, D.Jevon Jahrvy Saunders (DOG)is a bigger then life,fuller then the universe, dispersed into a short span of time to explode into every given space that he was given and even the space that he wasn’t. He was that type of person that left you breatheless even if you were not sure what just happened, son love you for life and I will see you in the morning when I get home.

    • Sheriff says:


      SO TRUE,EXCELLENT WAY TO PUT IT!! >>>>He was that type of person that left you “breathless” even if you were not sure what just happened..

      You will be missed Jevon..

  9. L. Vaughn Simons says:

    R.I.P. Jevon. Warriors Bowling League wishes to extend its heartfelt condolences to the family. Friday nights will never be the same without our fellow bowler. You were definately the life of the Warriors league and I am sure you memory will live on for a long time in the hearts and minds of many. Rest in peace my brother.