Winston Tudor

Winston Malcolm Mallalieu "Tony" Tudor

Tuesday, April 2nd, 1935 - Friday, October 30th, 2020
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Winston Malcolm Mallalieu Tudor, also known as "Tony". A retired Contractor of Back Ivy, St. Michael. A loyal Combermerian. Departed this life on Friday, October 30, 2020, at the age of 85.
Father of Suzanne Lovell, Gail Haynes (England) and Robert Tudor.
Grandfather of Jordan, Quincy and Mitchell (England), Jayce and Denique (Canada), Zana, Ryco and Ryna (Barbados).
Great grandfather of Zayden Tudor.
Brother of Gloria and Thelma Tudor (both of Canada), the late Beryl, Marjorie, Hazel and Lionel Tudor.
Uncle of Angela Robinson (Barbados) and many others.
Father-in-law of Wayne Lovell, Clyniece Tudor and Derek Haynes (England)
Special Cousin of Beverly Tudor and many others.
Friend of Lisle Clarke, Patricia Cook, The Belmont Methodist Church Family, Dale and Andrew Ifill, Denzel Sealy, Trevor Herbert and The St. Barnabas Day Care Centre.
The funeral of the late Winston Malcolm Tudor leaves Tudor’s Funeral Home, The Ivy, St. Michael on Saturday, November 14, 2020, at 8:45am for the Belmont Methodist Church, My Lord’s Hill, St. Michael, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 10:00am for the Service followed by the Interment. Flowers may be sent to Tudor’s Funeral Home no later than 8:30am on Saturday. A collection will be taken in aid of The Belmont Methodist Church Building Fund at the beginning of the Service.

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  • Service

    Saturday, November 14th, 2020 | 10:00am
    Saturday, November 14th, 2020 10:00am
    Belmont Methodist Church
    My Lord's Hill
    St. Michael, --
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  • Interment

    Belmont Methodist Church
    My Lord's Hill
    St. Michael, --
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Derek Haynes

Posted at 05:38pm
I first met Tony around 1979 when I was about 17. I expressed an interest in his daughter and he quietly approved though I knew he wasn't to be trifled with by upsetting his "Gailie". We got along well, why wouldn't we, we both went to the University of Combermere, Over the years our relationship grew stronger, not a big talker, neither am I, just the occasional conversation and acknowledgement /approval of what I was trying to do. When Gail and I decided to "tie the knot", at our wedding he said he always liked me, and Gail from the time she was born 😊. He made sure she didn't hang around the Lower Green Bus Stand where he knew she would attract attention! 😂 When his first grandson Jordan came along, he was worked hard as a passenger on Jordan's airplane, his white van with the windows up - in the hot sun! Then came Quincy and Mitchell. Mitch was dear to him bearing his name Winston. He also has his love for animals and a particular dog called Matlock. Tony couldn't bring himself to tell Mitch that the dog had passed so he delayed that news for some time to avoid negatively impacting Mitch's exams. 😪 Quincy picked up on his creativity and construction skills, and is in the final years of his architectural qualification at present. Tony has been there for us whether it be entertaining the kids or going to bat for us over an issue with our land in St Thomas. That was the first time I heard about "Lord Hoffman" and heard him get upset. With a few well placed words he was able to get the vendor to see reason, which was much appreciated as I hadn't "hardened up yet!" It was nice for us to give back in some small way as he visited us in England, pictures which you may get to see. He enjoyed that trip, it was unfortunate that he didn't come more often. In recent times I was fortunate to attend the Combermere School Old Scholars Association Reunion with him, and see his face light up as he and his contemporaries reminisced with the odd rum and coke 😊. I saw a few stars from 43,000 feet onboard my Boeing 787, enroute to London from Hong Kong last night - I'm sure Tony was one of them. He will be sorely missed by us, his school mates, friends and workmates. Up and On, Winston Malcolm Mallalieu "Tony" Tudor, Up and On.
Here's a song that I feel would convey his thoughts to us as we part company.

Commodores - Jesus is Love

Sandra Providence

Posted at 10:44am
Uncle Tony,

My condolences to the whole family. He will be missed he was a truly lovable and kind person. We will never forget. May his soul rest in peace.

Sandra Providence (Tudor)

Stone Best

Posted at 08:43am
Condolences from the Best and Wilson family to Tony Tudor family may he Rest in Peace when I was a boy Tony use to take Robert and me Livie on the work site to help him mix cement and bring blocks that seems to be fun back then but now I know now it was hard work Lol you will be miss and never forgotten Mr Tudor I Love you my friend you always treated me with respect you're was a great Man and you always call me Betsy whenever you see me go in peace with the Voice of God and his praises

Edwin Brewster

Posted at 06:47am
Our deepest condolences goes out to my beat friend Robert,his sisters and their family on the passing of their dad .
There are too many memories to put into words between the tudor and brewster families.May you find comfort in your time of grief.May your dad rest in peace.


michael barrow

Posted at 06:43pm
Michael Barrow and family.
I would like to express our condolences to Judy, Suzanne, Gail , Robert, grandchildren and extended family . Uncle Tony was an integral part of our lives in our younger and teen years, memories that will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace.

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