I am deeply saddened to hear of Carl's death, he was my Troop Sgt in The Depot Regiment Royal Corps of Transport from early 1975 to July 1976. He was an excellent Troop Sgt, a fellow member of the Depot Regiment Rugby Team, a very fine cricketer and a good friend! I managed to drop in on him when he was RSM 10 Regiment in Germany to have a lengthy chat. I was delighted to see an article in the British Army's Soldier Magazine when he had become Force Sgt Maj of the Barbados Defence Force. He was preparing for a visit by Her Majesty The Queen and the article made great play about his having attended the Drill Course at The Guards Depot. I had to smile as I knew his views on the course! The family of The Royal Corps of Transport has lost a fine man and a great character with his passing! My wife and I would like to extend our sincere condolences to all his family and friends for their sad loss!
My sympathy is extended to the Brome family. Mr. Brome Sr has left a legacy of professionalism and gallantry and will be remembered by those who came into contact with him. May God's comfort and peace be with you all.
A magnificent gentleman, a colleague and a friend.
May he rest in eternal peace.
Condolences to his family.
A tribute to a friend, colleague and most importantly one of ours
“Life on this earth so short for some and much longer for others
……but in the end, learning to live like sisters and brothers;
We all have our ups and downs….
…..a cheeky smile, Carleon or Bromie always had; was much better than those awful frowns.
As we prepare to bid farewell to a good ole soul……
Let me say and be bold ….
Hensley, Carleon and Sam were the three; they added me, and we became four;
A family with more good days than bad days, we were to the core.
We have now become three, but he will forever be, there in our hearts and souls.
One gone, out caught, stumped you never know, but looking over us….
In God, we will trust and that is a must;
His family, friends and colleagues work and otherwise, in this time of sorrow and grief;
May your hearts forever find peace;
Knowing and remembering that sweet smile, his laughter and naughty look he always had,
And although in pain and sorrow, no longer be sad;
Remember the good and be always glad……
….he is at peace.”
We masters are a special breed, there for each other when in need.
One fam, one friend; Always to the end!
Rest in peace our dear friend and colleague.
Condolences go out to the family of Carleon Brome Senior. May he rest in peace.
Anthony Morris - Captain BNOC Sports & Cultural Club
Glyne St. Hill - President; Board and Management and BCL
George Harris - Senior Vice President; Pickwick Cricket Club - Committee of Management, Members and the O40's Team
Kathy-Anne Marshall - St. Joseph Cultural Cricket Club
Sean Armstrong - Sussex Cricket Club
Errol Watson - Conrad Hunte Sports Club
Geoffrey Reid - St. John Cultural Cricket Club and St. John Cultural Masters Cricket Club
Winston Haynes - Maxwell Sports Club
Glenville Hinds - Earthworks Melrose Sports Club
Condolences to Courtney and rest of the family at the loss of your loved one. May he rest in Peace and Rise in Glory in Jesus' Name
Sending condolences to Jackie from Haleema and family
My condolences to the Brome family, may Carleon rest in peace and may God continue to hold the family in his Grace.
May God strengthen your family at this time. Rest in peace