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Tributes continue to pour in for popular television talk show host Marcia Henville

by | Jan 27, 2015 | 1 comment

Sherma Wilson

Community Activist, Sherma Wilson

Tributes continue to pour in for popular television talk show host Marcia Henville.

An autopsy done by Dr Eastlyn Mac Donald Burris on Monday revealed she died from injuries relating to multiple stab wounds to the back, chop wound to the neck and blunt force trauma to the head.

Ms. Henville died early Saturday after a fire gutted her bedroom at her St Augustine home.

In an interview today Henville’s former colleague, Sherma Wilson, described her as someone who she developed a meaningful bond with.

CLIP (SHERMA WILSON ON MARCIA1)

Ms Wilson added that Henville always demonstrated a will to press on in the face of challenges.

CLIP (SHERMAN WILSON ON MARCIA27)

Community Activist, Sherma Wilson

Photo courtesy Gayelle the Caribbean (Channel 7)

1 Comment

  1. Abi

    Marcia was a good person and developed into a better person from the job she chose speaking and seeking for those who do not have a voice. We were friends in UK back in the day when we played steel pan for rivaling bands but we found time to chat updating each other on what we were doing….. She was at uni, she was a go getter, busking with her then boyfriend S… A year or so after their break up while I was still feeling sorry for her because I know the undeserving boyfriend, I met Marcia on Charlotte street she was working at the Express I was so happy for her and quickly realized, that was her successful process of healing. She had joined the church and became so grounded as an individual. I was really inspired and encouraged to want to stay in Trinidad and accomplish the same but my slate had flaws that I couldn’t seem to wipe clean. Marcia, I guess had more in-built. I was scared of her mother’s mouth, winer gurl as they called her did a good job. I haven’t seen Marcia to talk to in a while, I last glimpsed her on Oxford Street in London on my way to and late for an appointment. I loved Marcia and dreamt her last night we gave each other a hug a good long time no see hug she looked like the last time we spoke. Peaceful no hassle! She was sad about the passing of her daughter and another relative….strange. I played the lotto and play whe. She is a beautiful spirit that will continue to be among us as long as we keep her memoriesr alive. And don’t forget how she has been serving the communities