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SLMDA Mourns The Passing Of Dr. George Martin Didier

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It is with profound sadness that the Executive and members of the Saint Lucia Medical and Dental Association announce the passing of Dr. George Martin Didier SLC, CBE, MBBS, DM(Med), FRCP, FACP, FESC, FAAC.

Dr. Didier was a true stalwart of Medicine here in Saint Lucia and the Caribbean.

A physician, mentor and friend to many. A true pioneer of medical cooperation throughout the Caribbean. One who believed that we are duty bound to serve our fellowmen.

Saint Lucia and the rest of the Caribbean have truly lost a gentle giant of the medical field.

We extend our most sincere condolences to his wife Dr. Marie Grandison Didier, his daughters Dr. Mellanie Didier, Dr. Leah Didier and his extended family.

May his soul rest in eternal peace.

SOURCE: Saint Lucia Medical & Dental Association

 

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22 COMMENTS

  1. Rest in perfect peace my Dr. For years at VH and OKEU before he retired to into his full time private practice

  2. I am deeply saddened and shocked by this news having had no knowledge of Martin’s illness prior to this.
    Martin was a gentleman and a scholar. A credit to the profession, leader and visionary. A Caribbean man.
    May his soul Rest in Peace and his family and friends find peace and comfort in their faith and in their cherished memories.

  3. My condolences to all the family.”Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day”

  4. My sincere condolences to the entire Didier family, immediate and extended, as well as all Dr Didierโ€™s friends locally and abroad. Thank you for your years of unstinting and dedicated service, we do not choose this profession, it chooses us. May your family be comforted in their loss and their fond memories of happiness shared. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฟ

  5. Dr. Didier was a true stalwart of Medicine here in Saint Lucia and the Caribbean.

    A physician, mentor and friend to many. A true pioneer of medical cooperation throughout the Caribbean. One who believed that we are duty bound to serve our fellowmen.

    Saint Lucia and the rest of the Caribbean have truly lost a gentle giant of the medical field.

    We extend our most sincere condolences to his wife Dr. Marie Grandison Didier, his daughters Dr. Mellanie Didier, Dr. Leah Didier and his extended family.

    May his soul rest in eternal peace.

    RIP DR DIDIER
    SINCERELY DR MARLON CORNIBERT-MARIUS
    https://www.facebook.com/WestIndiesFederarion/photos/

  6. Thank you for your service Dr Didier. You have left an indelible mark on the lives of the people who came into your presence. You were an exceptional individual, a humanitarian and a gentleman. Your life was an example to all. You will be surely missed but not forgotten. My condolences to the family and the passing of this great man.

    May he rest in power.

  7. May he rest in peace. My condolences to Dr. DIDIER,S family. He was my doctor and my friend. I am so sad. This is a doctor who has helped so many ..A professional who contributed to the development of our health system in St.Lucia. i will miss him.

  8. Dr. Didier was a true gentleman, very humble and respectful in his interactions with everyone.

    I know that there was deep love within that family unit. I pray that there will be peace and hope during this trying time knowing that he will always be with you in the many memories that you have shared. May his soul rest in peace. May the hearts of all his family and colleagues be filled with the certainty that, this is not goodbye for in faith you will see him again.

  9. May his soul rest in perfect peace. He was indeed a gentle giant and a genuinely caring person. St Lucia has lost one of our best doctors. He will truly be missed. May his wife and daughters find comfort in the great memories of time spent together and may God’s strength and guidance be with them through the sad moments.

  10. Sincere condolences to Dr Granderson Didier and family. We have lost one of our best physicians . Humble, gentle, a true professional. RIP Dr Didier.

  11. This is a significant loss to the West Indies medical fraternity. Dr Didier was a Senior Resident while I was a medical student. He was a competent professional who was fair and genuinely friendly. He stood apart from others at his level , officious and possessed of importance. He was a gentleman , soft spoken and receptive to juniors and truly mild mannered. I am not surprised that he was awarded very high British honours ( CBE )because he certainly was deserving.
    May his soul Rest in Peace.

  12. This is a significant loss to the West Indies medical fraternity. Dr Didier was a Senior Resident while I was a medical student. He was a competent professional who was fair and genuinely friendly. He stood apart from others at his level , officious and possessed of importance. He was a gentleman , soft spoken and receptive to juniors and truly mild mannered. I am not surprised that he was awarded very high British honours ( CBE )because he certainly was deserving.
    May his soul Rest in Peace.

  13. It’s saddened to loose a great friend. Dr.D ..You served with humility and grace.You will be surely missed especially by Marie, Mellanie ,Leah and all your family and dearest friends. RIPP my Dr.D

  14. Sincerest condolences are expressed on the loss of Dr Martin Didier. I’ll remember, his winning smile, congeniality and collegiality as a member of our UWI’s MBBS Class ’79. May love and treasured memories sustain friends, colleagues and family, especially his wife Marie and daughters, who also followed in his footsteps, as physicians, even as his soul rests in peace. BLESSINGS ๐Ÿ™Œ

  15. My condolences to Dr. Marie Didier and her daughters on the passing of Dr. Martin Didier. May he rest in peace.

  16. My sincere condolences to Dr. Marie Didier and family. I remember Dr. Didier very well as a former patient of his. A great physician and very kind person. May he rest in peace.

  17. Our deepest condolences to the Didier family on the sudden passing of Dr. Didier whom was my grandmother’s physician over twenty years ago.
    His expertise in medicine was superb and his compassion towards all his patients was warm and gentle
    Thank you once again for your service and may your soul be granted a place in heaven

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