Ranking Trevor laid to rest at Dovecot
DEEJAY Maxwell 'Ranking Trevor' Grant was buried on Sunday at the Dovecot Memorial Park in St Catherine, following a thanksgiving service at the Hagley Park Road Seventh-Day Adventist Church in St Andrew.
Known for popular 1970s songs like Queen Majesty and Three Piece Chicken and Chips, he died from injuries sustained in a motor accident on August 7. The 53-year-old was hit from his motorcycle near Cling Cling Oval, a sports complex at the corner of Cling Cling Avenue and Olympic Way, in St Andrew.
Among those who turned out to pay their respects to the artiste were deejays Wade 'Trinity' Brammer and Anthony 'Lone Ranger' Waldron, percussionist Herman 'Bongo Herman' Davis, singer Carl Dawkins, sound system operator Roderick 'Blackbeard' Sinclair and Jamaica Federation of Musicians president Desmond Young.
The deejay is survived by his mother, four brothers, four sisters and 15 children.