Wendell Callender Obituary, Death – The life of Mr. Wendell Callender, who had been a Member of Parliament (MP) in the past, was cut short by his passing. It has been verified by members of his family that he passed away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital early on Sunday morning. The staff members there have verified that he has passed away. At the time of his election to the House of Assembly in 1994 as the Member of Parliament for Christ Church East, he was a member of the Barbados Labour Party.
He represented the Christ Church East constituency. His victory in this election marked his debut in the House of Assembly. On the other hand, in 1997 he switched his allegiance to a different political party and joined the Democratic Labour Party, which is a political party that is considered to be an opposition party. Mr. Callender received his Bachelor of Arts General Degree from the University of the West Indies, after which he went on to specialize in the subjects of economics, history, politics, and sociology. He is currently teaching at the University of the West Indies. In addition to this, he had earned degrees in Education as well as Public Administration from a recognized institution of higher learning.
Throughout the course of his career, he held the positions of Executive Director of the Barbados Manufacturers Association, Marketing Officer for the Barbados Tourism Authority, and Supervisor (Administration) for the Central Bank of Barbados. In addition, he was a member of the board of directors of the Barbados Tourism Authority. In addition to that, he served on the board of directors for the Barbados Tourism Authority for a period of time.
In addition to his work as the General-Secretary of the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce, he has also served as the former President of the Barbados National Council of Parent-Teachers Association and the Guild of Graduates of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus. Both of these organizations are affiliated with the Barbados. In addition to that, he held a degree from the University of the West Indies.
During his time in education administration, he served as both the Deputy Principal at Cooperative High School and the Principal at Caribbean Training Institute. In addition to his work as a composer, performer, management trainer, and community practitioner, Mr. Callender provided articles to the journal in the capacities of author and newspaper columnist.
His writings have been published under a wide variety of distinct names, such as Prime Ministers of Barbados, Event Planning and Promotion, Tools for Life, Lyrical Rendezvous, Politics, and Heights and Valleys, amongst others. (SNR)