Hundreds of former colleagues, relatives, friends, and admirers turned out on Wednesday to salute the man who they say impacted not just their lives, but changed how radio is perceived in Jamaica: the late François St Juste.
The broadcaster died on August 29 at the University Hospital of the West Indies after ailing for some time. He was 60.
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Speaking during the service of thanksgiving at the Sts Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church in St Andrew, former FAME 95 FM colleague Simone Clarke-Cooper said that St Juste was a mentor to all with whom he worked.
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“He was able to move you from shaky ground to solid confidence even in the face of naysayers, never expecting anything in return but your success,” Clarke-Cooper said in her reflection.
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She described St Juste as a skilled people manager who knew his staff well
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