JFF mourns the passing of former President Locksley Comrie
Created : 21 October 2017
The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) mourns the loss of its former president Locksley Comrie, who passed away at home on Friday after ailing for over a year.
Comrie served as President of the JFF from 1975-1977. He was also President of the Boys' Town Old Boys Association.
President of the JFF, Michael Ricketts said, "the passing of someone who has served at the highest level of the sport will always bring sadness. In the case of Past President Comrie, there is special grief because he contributed so much at the regional, national, club and community levels.
"His life epitomized the hopes of Caribbean football; the passion of Boys Town Football club and community and the vision of the Jamaica Football Federation for Jamaica to become a powerhouse in the sport".
Ricketts also extended condolences to Comrie's wife, children, friends, colleagues and in particular the Boys Town community.
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