Ronald Carlisle Cummins, age 85 of Crystal Heights, St. James entered into eternal rest on February 1, 2021. Retired Senior Superintendent of the Ministry of Transport and Works (MTW) and former employee of Gittens and Company Ltd; Founder of The Goodwill Singers, faithful member of St. Mary’s Church (Choir, Council Member and Men’s Fellowship), member of Laudamus Choir, Barbados Festival Choir and Christ The King Church Choir.
Son of the late Joseph Nathaniel and Cora Cummins;
Father of Cherry-Anne Cummins (RBC Insurance), Ronnie Cummins (Central Bank of Barbados), Tony Cummins (NYPD, USA) and Judy Cummins (Guardian Life, USA);
Grandfather of Taegan Cummins;
Former spouse of Angela Cummins;
Brother of Keith Cummins (retired employee of Barbados Postal Service) and the late Pearson Bailey (Canada);
Uncle of Barbara Weekes and David Cummins (UK);
Cousin of Marlene Bennett, Lester and Lyle Cummins, Ometa Hinds and many others;
Father-in-law of Nicole Marshall-Cummins (FCIB);
Brother-in-law of Vera Cummins, Dennis Leacock (retired, RBPF), Stephen Leacock (FlOW) and the late Heather Leacock;
Godfather of Jamalda Stanford-Brown;
Uncle-in-Law of Dave, Fabian, Denisa, Damien and Dimitri Leacock, John Burnett and others;
Relative to the Greene, Lawrence, Granum and Leacock families;
Dear friend of Patrick Thomas, Orville Durant, Charles Williams, Anthony “Co-Co” Bernard, Ricky Carter, Michael Sealy, Ronald Joseph and Steven Legall (both of the USA), Kelston Hinds, Lisa Reynolds (Caregiver), Sandy, Jenny, Reds, Gary and many others.
The funeral of the late Ronald Carlisle Cummins leaves Downes & Wilson Funeral Home, Eagle Hall, St. Michael on Friday, February 19, 2021 at 8:45 a.m. for St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Bridgetown, St. Michael, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 10 a.m. for the Service and interment.
Wreaths may be sent to Downes & Wilson Funeral Home, Eagle Hall, St. Michael on Friday, February 19, 2021 no later than 8 a.m.
Live streaming may be viewed https://eternally-cherished.online/Ronald Cummins
All Covid-19 protocols must be acknowledged.