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OBITURARY

Loved by so many, he touched so many lives in Trinidad and


Tobago, the United States and the numerous countries around
the world.
CECIL T.J.REDMAN, Chief of Security of The United Nations,
New York; Chief of Security of Texaco and Chair of The
National Crime Committee of Trinidad and Tobago. The first
International Civil Servant at the UN from Trinidad and
Tobago. Many have followed.
He was called Chief by all, including his children, and that indeed he was.
He was larger than life in his personality, in the way he
touched lives from great to small, he had a gift of bringing
people together, he was thoughtful to a fault, instinctively
knowing how to help. He loved helping people. Wherever he
was he ran the Show, and this was confirmed by an Ambassador
at the UN, who told us that this fellow ran the whole show and
this was said long after Dad retired from the UN.
He was a man of the world and he loved life. He loved people
from all walks of life and he most enjoyed time with his family
and friends. His professional life required his interaction with
the most famous and infamous world leaders of the time.
Coming from Trinidad and Tobago, where he began his law
enforcement career then rising to become the Head of Security
of one of the largest and most influential Institutions of the
world The United Nations.
He was a rock to his family, to his cherished wife Amy, to those
who worked with him and for him. He was in charge of every
situation and made those around him feel safe and secure.
He has left behind his most precious wife of 64 years, Amy D.
Redman, children Carl, Carol, Garth, Peter, Walter, Nathalie,
Brian, Chris, Isabelle and Michael.
Cecil and Amy Redman have created a strong family unit that
will live on for generations.

II. LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST

INTRODUCTORY RITES
(Please Stand)
In the opening ritual assembly welcomes the body of the deceased
into the church for the last time using the symbols of water and
white pall recalling their baptism into the new life of Christ.
GREETING
SPRINKLING WITH HOLY WATER
PLACING OF THE PALL
Entrance Processional
Collect
I.

Amazing grace, Gather 645

LITURGY OF THE WORD


FIRST READING

(Please Sit)

SECOND READING
GOSPAL ACCLAMATION
GOSPAL READING

PREPERATION OF THE GIFTS


Make Me a Channel of Your Peace
EUCHARIST PRAYER
Preface
Mass of Creation
Holy, Holy, Holy Lord
Prayer
The Mystery of Faith
Great Amen

(Please Sit)
(Please Stand)

(Please kneel or sit)

COMMUNION RITE

Wisdom 3: 16

RESPONSORIAL PSALM
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want

In the Catholic Church tradition, the Eucharist (Mass) is the ritual in


which we offer worship, praise, and thanksgiving to GOD for the
gift of life which has just now been returned to God, the author of
life. In the Eucharistic Prayer, we ask the Holy Spirit to change the
elements of bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ.

Psalm 23

Romans 6: 3-9
(Please Stand)
Mathew 25: 31-46

As Cecil shared in Holy Communion throughout his life, our


Church community joins now in this Sacrament. We ask all who are not of
our Church community to share with us through your prayers, joining in
the singing of the Communion Hymn, and come forward with arms
crossed over your chest for a blessing.
THE LORDS PRAYER

(Please Stand)

SIGN OF PEACE
LAMB OF GOD
COMMUNION PROCESSIONAL: Here I Am, Lord, Gather 777