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THE TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS CIVIL SERVICE JOINS WITH THE ROYAL TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS POLICE FORCE IN MOURNING THE LOSS OF PC MACQUENCY CARTER

 

“The passing of Officer Carter or “Quincy” as we all affectionately knew him, has sent the entire Turks and Caicos Islands into a state of shock and grief.

Quincy was a well-mannered, devoted and respected Police Officer who loved his job as a Police Officer as much as he loved his family and his zeal for life.

He was a highly skilled officer who dedicated over a decade of service to the RTCIPF and served across various islands and in various capacities, but was most proud of his service to the Tactical Unit where his level of skill and precision was greatly admired.  He was a member of the RTCIPF Police Band and also spent a significant amount of time mentoring troubled young men throughout the islands and the various high schools.

 In recent weeks Quincy was assigned as a CPO to the Governor and worked from the Office of the Governor/Deputy Governor in Providenciales where his level of professionalism and attention to detail continued to be placed on display.

Quincy’s personality was bigger than life and he was loved and well respected across the entire Turks and Caicos Islands where he will be a great miss.

Our hearts grieve for this great loss and we extend our deepest sympathies to his entire family most especially his children A’Zhi and Adonai Carter, his grandmother Mrs. Valeria Houseman, his siblings Aretha, Moses and Mauqueita, aunts, uncles and the rest of the family circle.

You have served your country well and we are forever grateful for your service Macquency.

Rest in Heavenly Peace!”

Deputy Governor

Anya Williams MBE 

 

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