WATCH: Digicel Foundation to refurbish school in honour of late director
Digicel Foundation will refurbish a secondary school in Portland in dedication to the memory of late director Heather Moyston.
Digicel founder and chairman Denis O’Brien made the announcement at a thanksgiving service in celebration of Moyston’s life at Fellowship Tabernacle in St Andrew on Thursday.
During his tribute, he also remembered Moyston as an influential, dedicated member of the Digicel family.
“I was introduced to Heather by (former Digicel Jamaica CEO) Seamus Lynch who hired her all those years ago when we started here in Jamaica,” O’Brien recalled.
“From the first day we spoke, I knew we had found a trusted, hugely talented and influential member of our team… everyone is broken hearted that Heather left us, we miss her deeply,” he said.
Moyston was killed in a domestic violence incident that also claimed the life of her husband, Wesley Moyston, in August.
Noting that Moyston suffered abuse in her private life, O’Brien urged victims of domestic violence to seek help in memory of the late Digicel staff member.