Saturday, November 4, 2023

Tickets for the 2023 Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) Hall of Fame were sold out days before the October 25 date, with friends, family, and supporters eager to laud attorney-at-law, businessman, and 29th Hall of Fame inductee Howard Mitchell.

The mood was festive at the Jamaica Pegasus as Mitchell — with his wife Linda and daughters Kirsten and Erin by his side — celebrated the milestone.

Page 2 wraps coverage.

(Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Making a case for pink was project coordinator Shannon Delebarre. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Designs by Marc principal Marc Franson was dapper in one of his designs. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Special Advisor to the Vice-Chancellor, UWI Minna Israel (left) and GraceKennedy Financial Group CEO Grace Burnett lent their support. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Chairman of the Transport Authority Owen Ellington and his wife Sherley were the affable pair. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
...were Gallagher Caribbean Group Limited director Matthew Pragnell (left) and Wisynco director François Chalifour. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
You can always bank on NCB Senior Vice-President, Office of the CEO Lamar Harris for a classy delivery. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Crooner Tarrus Riley entertained the audience with hit after hit. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Rainforest Caribbean Group Communication Manager Bethany Young rocked a flattering ruffled number. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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