St Johns Pay Tribute To Jacqueline Brown

June 3, 2015

On Saturday, May 30, a memorial service was held for Jacqueline Brown, past Executive Director of Bermuda charity St. John Ambulance, at Peace Lutheran Church Devonshire.

Governor George Fergusson was in attendance, as were over 20 St. John Brigade members. A motorcade of ambulances led by John Rapid Response motorcycle escort riders proceeded from Point Finger Road to St. John Church in Pembroke for the burial, which included a ceremonial flag folding by St. John Cadet Corps members.

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Justin Williams, Chairman of St John and Area Commander said, “”Jackie loved her job, she loved making a difference. For nearly seven years, she was the voice of St. John Ambulance Bermuda.

“I first met Jacqueline as a Board Member for St. John. Her attention to detail and bullish influence made me question if she was actually the Chairman of the Board.

“Jacqueline was a true asset to St. John Ambulance Bermuda. She will be sadly missed.”

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  1. Rockfish#2 says:

    May she rest in peace.

    Exactly what is the purpose of these motorcycles?

  2. Juneia C. Jeffers says:

    I was sorry to hear of Jackie’s passing. We were students of the famous Central School (now Victor Scott). Her no nonsense approach, attention to detail school teacher mom, Mrs. P. Browne, taught and mentored hundreds of girls at PSSG (Prospect Secondary School for Girls). I can understand the comments uttered by the St. John Ambulance chief, about Jackie’s attention to detail and bullish influence – a wonderful mix of power yet compassion, I am sure, learned from her mom. Condolences to the Daniels and Browne families.