Ole Dam-Mikkelsen

DAM-MIKKELSEN – OLE, of Gibbs, St. Peter, entered into rest on January 18th, 2021, at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Bridgetown, Barbados.
He was born on August 9th, 1935 in Fyn, Denmark, and Son of the late Louis and Kirsten Magrete Dam-Mikkelsen. Brother of Kirsten La Cour and the late Per Dam-Mikkelsen. Uncle of both Nephews and Nieces and beloved Friend of many.
The late Ole had chosen Barbados some 50 years ago and cemented his life here with the people and culture. Ole dedicated his life to his passion of horticulture and represented Barbados well with his award-winning showings and his breath-taken private garden exemplified not just beauty but his heart and passion for such life, where many locals and visitors alike toured for many years the picturesque landscape. Late Ole served as a member, with special mention to, members of the Barbados Horticultural Society and the Barbados Orchid Society.
Ole was a special soul, his relaxed nature and love for people captured many hearts and he will be greatly missed.
The late Ole Dam-Mikkelsen will be returning to his birth home Denmark for his final resting place.

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Jan 29 2021

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  • Date: Jan 29 2021

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Deirdre Harris Deirdre Harris wrote on March 24, 2021 at 4:01 pm
My sincere condolences. I’ve known Ole for about 35 yrs. I spoke to him early January and though I knew of his suffering, I did not expect to hear we’ve lost him. My heart grieves. He had a wonderful sense of humor and. He was a classic.
I grieve for him and pray his family get through this. May he Rest In Peace.
Helene and Gary Gouriluk Helene and Gary Gouriluk wrote on February 26, 2021 at 8:02 pm
Sadly we just heard of Ole's passing. We will miss the evening swims and walks with him and his dogs, his deliveries of bananas to be turned into cakes, and losing to him at Caribbean Rummy. We will miss his sharing of his beautiful garden and his baking and serving his mother's recipe for Kringle. Though we only saw him during a few weeks each year, we will miss his ready smile and sly sense of humour.
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