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Patty Hill From to the lawns of King's House

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Friday, October 25, 2019

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From humble beginnings in Patty Hill, Hanover, Carmen Brown-Morrow never dreamed that she'd cross the lawns of King's House to accept the Order of Distinction in the rank of Officer. On National Heroes' Day, Brown- Morrow was recognised by the nation for her contribution to the field of entrepreneurship and philanthropy.

Whether it's a member of the team at Karmen's Kollection and Furnitureland, a member of the family, a customer, or close friend everyone will concur that Brown-Morrow is, above all things, a woman of faith and substance.

Later that evening Brown-Morrow hosted a swanky affair at her company's headquarters on Constant Spring Road where hundreds of guests, including Prime Minister Andrew Holness, gathered to celebrate with her.

In his remarks, the prime minister noted that Brown-Morrow embodies the “qualities that are important to the Jamaican culture and the Jamaican people”.

Adroitness, altruism, and conviction are the metals from which Carmen Brown-Morrow's iron is forged.


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