Anthony Beaubrun, one of the pioneers of Trinidad and Tobago energy sector, has died.
His family reports that he died at the Port of Spain General Hospital, days before his 83rd birthday on June 26th.
Mourning his passing are his immediate family, wife Patricia Beaubrun, daughter Giselle Beaubrun, son Dominic Beaubrun and grandsons Robert Yeates and Jean Beaubrun.
Beaubrun served for two decades on the Board of Directors of the Ansa McAl Group of Companies after an extensive tenure in the energy sector, where he held board and executive positions at Petrotrin and the National Gas Company and the former Trintoc, Trintopec.
He also served as the President of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce in 1990. He also was President of the Trinidad Union Club, an organisation that has been bringing business people together since 1878.
A Caribbean man, Beaubrun lived in several Caribbean countries where he enjoyed his family and friends.
Beaubrun enjoyed sailing out of Powerboats at Chaguaramas down the islands and mooring at Scotland Bay with family and friends and was famous for his annual Carnival Fete that he hosted for some 20 years on Carnival Saturday.
Mourning his passing are immediate family, his wife Patricia and stepsons Sheldon and Fidel, daughter Giselle, son Dominic and other family members Angelique, Luc and Jean.
Funeral arrangements are to be confirmed by the Beaubrun family.