Seasoned Guyanese media operative, Mondale A. Smith was the epitome of joyfulness. His laughter filled a room, his kindness touched many lives, and while his dream to save the world has ended, there is no doubt, the mark he has left on this earth will forever be etched in the minds of many.
Smith died on May 31, from complications of COVID-19 after being admitted to the infectious disease hospital in Georgetown, where he lived. He was 44.
Four months ago, Caribbean Life was the last publication to feature Smith’s incredible journey from a young man with a dream of becoming a professional chef.
His vision was realized, and in November 2020, Chef Mondale’s Kitchen welcomed patrons. Last January, this reporter was served a meal by Smith, who sat down for a conversation about his stirring life that unfortunately ended shortly after.
During a recent “Night of Reflection,” streamed live on HGPTV Guyana, colleagues, friends, fans, and family members, looked back on the incredible life Smith lived.
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