Famous Radio Presenter Dead At 89


Hello everyone, we have some extremely unfortunate news for you. Barbara Gloudon, a well-known broadcaster, has died. She was a former Jamaican columnist who unfortunately died on a Tuesday evening at a hospital. She was 89 years old when she died on April 30th, and she was a well-known actor and aficionado. She began her profession in 1992 and obtained her degree from Jamaican University. She has more than three decades of experience posting radio broadcasts. We wish to extend our sincere regrets and condolences to her family.

Barbara Gloudon

Barbara Gloudon

Barbara Gloudon’s Cause of Death

And may her spirit find rest. She was a truly humble and generous person who was always willing to assist people. She was born in 1935 and began her career in the entertainment industry in 1953 before moving on to radio. She received numerous awards for her work as an officer in the order of distinction, and she began working as a screenplay writer in 1969, and she was known for penning many drama plot lines.

Barbara Gloudon: Biography and Wikipedia

She was also awarded the Jamaican Order in 1993 and enrolled in the Institute of Jamaica in 2012. Her father was a lower-class laborer, and she grew up in a middle-class home with little privileges. She attended the local public school and subsequently began working as a reporter, and she was passionate about political topics. She eventually married a scientist and a food technologist, and the couple lived happily ever after, having a child.

Funeral and Obituary for Barbara Gloudon

The actor has not been assigned a cause of death, and we are currently waiting for confirmation. She has a large number of screenplays, and she will be remembered for her outstanding work and contribution to art and culture. In 2013, he was inducted into the Jamaican Press Association Hall of Fame, and she was in charge of the annual boxing day celebrations that you attended. She was a source of inspiration for all of us, and she always put in long hours, day and night, and she was a really creative person.