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Beaubrun ‘a commanding figure’
Tributes continued to pour in yesterday for Anthony Beaubrun, one of the pioneers of T&T’s energy sector, who died days before his 83rd birthday on June 26. He died at the Portof- Spain General Hospital on June 15.
Among those left to mourn are his wife Patricia, children Dominic and Giselle, stepsons Sheldon and Fidel, along with Angelique, Luc, and Jean.
Beaubrun was described as “a commanding figure who played a substantial part in the history of the Trinidad Union Club.” As chairman from 1982 to 1987 and president from 2006 to 2012, he was a regular figure at lunch where he would meet his fellow club members on the long table to discuss the important matters of the day (occasionally including the state of the WI cricket team).
Linda Hayton, honorary secretary, Trinidad Union Club recalled, “His good sense and sound advice were always appreciated and he will be greatly missed. The Trinidad Union Club sends its condolences to his family.”
During his illustrious career, Beaubrun held board and executive positions at Petrotrin, the National Gas Company, and the former Trintoc and Trintopec. He also served as the President of the T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce in 1990 and was president of the Trinidad Union Club. Beaubrun also served on the ANSA McAL Board for two decades.
Funeral arrangements are to be confirmed by the Beaubrun family.
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