ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Denzil Supersad, 49 years old, born on July 13, 1971, and passed away on May 3, 2021. 
As we say farewell, we know that he will always be present in our memories and our love for him will live on forever

Denzil, until we meet again....

May the roads rise up to meet you,
May the wind be always at your back,
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
May the rains fall soft upon fields
And until we meet again
May God hold you in the palm of his hand.

A Memorial tribute can be found under the "Gallery" tab of this page. Please click on the video for a message of comfort, recorded for all those who love and will continue to hold Denzil close to their hearts.
Posted by alicia gooray on June 17, 2021
THE DENZIL I KNEW AND LOVED by DANNY SHAH June 6, 2021

As we celebrate your life today, 40 days since you left us, this is my tribute to the Denzil that I knew and loved.
Since we became friends in Feb 2010, one thing that stood out was your positive outlook on everything and your infectious personality. I say this because people and animals were instantly drawn to you, like KIWI for example. He paid no attention to me when you were around, he was your “Son son”.
We developed a friendship that stood the test of time. We did everything together… work, play, party, family gatherings and of course the first love of your life…travelling the world. You were always on the lap top looking for the next destination along with Jinelle, so much so that Andy dubbed you “Vicky B”.
Family meant everything to you and there wasn’t anything you wouldn’t do for the people you loved. One of your favourite sayings was “Joan does get me mad sometimes, but when I see she in a box I go bawl the place down!”  Ent Sterling? Lisa, Dario and Dillon were your life and I admired how you used to romp with them in the basement whenever we visited Calgary.
My sisters told me that I became a better person because of you and it’s so true. You always gave me that extra push I needed for me to be the best I could be. You were and still is the “wind beneath my wings”.
I remember when Whitney Houston, your long-time singing idol had just passed away and we were in LA. You insisted that you drive by the hotel in Beverly Hills where she died so you could get a picture. I remember walking slowly down the boulevard while you drove behind me, and being frightened as hell, two black men in a residential area, checking out the place and you shouting in the back... “Make sure you get the picture eh!” I did get the picture for you.
You loved having people around you, always ready to plan a lime. I will miss all the family get togethers we had, with you always insisting to bring a cake.
I will miss your kindness, that soft side that few people saw, the way nothing was too much for you to do for anyone. I will miss that crazy laugh that happens for very little or nothing at all.                                          I will miss you telling me “Wendy mango amchar does taste better than mine.                               “Most of all I will miss the friend that you were to me, someone like you comes along only once in a lifetime.
Monday May 3 at 5:45 am will forever be etched in my memory, you turning your head to tell me over and over… “Don’t leave me” and I replied, “No I’m right here, I will never leave you” and yet after one more don’t leave me, you left me, never to return. I will always remember watching that van drive away with you, somehow knowing that I’ll never see you again.
Your passing was heart wrenching for everyone, no one was ready to say goodbye to you so soon. But God had bigger plans for you, we may never understand it, because you leaving forever was something I was not ready for, my dearest friend, oh how I wish I could turn back time and still have you here with us.
In life we all loved you and in death we will continue to love and miss you every day of our lives, until we meet again.
Rest in eternal peace, my dearest Denzil



Posted by Shezara Fakira on June 13, 2021
Denzil boy you left a mark in so many people's life. You never settled for mediocre you always aimed for the highest star. You made your mark at Rbl and then I came and sat in the same hot seat but I knew I had big shoes to fill but u always stopped by and gave me encouragement to keep fighting d good fight. Even when d opportunity came for me to leave you encouraged me to take that leap and today I have no regrets. You have ventured on to a new Journey my friend so press on. Certainly won't ever be forgotten. The lord had a bigger plan for you. Rest in peace. I pray that your loved ones will live on in your wonderful memories, may God give them the strength.
Posted by Christine Ragobar on June 13, 2021
I remember coming to RBL High Street Branch and being taken around and meeting Denzil. Everyday he would come by and said hello and leave me with a little joke and a smile on my face, because of his way I didnt have to feel like an outsider. Thank you Denzil for being one of the good experiences for me in Republic bank.
Posted by Sheerin Hayden on June 13, 2021
Denzil,
It’s been many years, but it doesn’t take away the tragic pain felt of losing you. I remember the fun memories we all had at Republic Bank, Harris Promenade working as a team and laughing our butts off with your hilarious sense of humor! I shall remember those memories and smile fondly. Happy our paths have crossed.
Rest In Peace my friend.
Posted by Varold Seedarie-Maharaj on June 13, 2021
I will always remember Denzil as a warm, caring person who was always a great friend. Every time I was having a rough day he always knew how to make me laugh and lift my spirits. We all miss you but I know God has gained another angel. Sleep in peace my dear friend
Posted by Shamilla Jitta on June 13, 2021
I will always remember Densil for his vibrant spirit and joy for living. He always had a smile in his face and would be the one to bring laughter to the office at Republic bank, High Street.

You will be sadly missed my dear friend. I know you are flying high with the Angels
Posted by Sindy Maharaj on May 8, 2021
Denzil, you are and always will be like a brother to me. You are in so many of my childhood memories, many a weekend we spent with you and Lisa, concerts, beach limes, late nights up talking and joking. The beach limes were the best of course, like my sisters said, getting up early for walks on the beach and singing and dancing in the sand. That was during a time when life was less complicated and we were able to laugh, get lost in music and have childhood crushes on musicians : ). The last week has been tough, a lot of I wish i did and what ifs. Life kept us busy and in our last conversation I remember you saying, "Sind we don't see each other often but I'm sure you know that whenever you need me, I'll be there... " and I echoed the sentiment. Love does transcend time and physical distance and you will forever be alive in my heart. I just have to think of you and your unique laugh and smile appears instantly. I know we'll see each other again but until then, I'll miss you and I love you dearly.
Posted by Nigel Maharaj on May 8, 2021
Denzil....memories of our family get together was alway so comfortable with you around.We grew apart as life went on, but when we met it was always so nice to be around you.I wish we could have spent more time together and be more a part of each other lives.I will truly miss you. Nigel and family.
Posted by alicia gooray on May 7, 2021
Where do I begin... so many years ago you and Alicia together with Judy and Rai, Suzanne and Bobby, Rory and Laura became my closest friends/ family that I shared so many wonderful memories with. Christmas was your favorite time for entertaining and I sooo loved to visit your beautiful house . Our limes were the best, your laughter was always contagious. My children literally grew up with you all. Mayaro vacations... I remember when I made a fruit salad for breakfast and you totally appreciated it ... Tobago ... I remember the evening we were all by the pool and you went to Store Bay and came back with some treats for us... All fours and laughter. God has blessed me with my wonderful friends.
I remember when he was at Republic and he would take me into his office when I went to conduct business...I felt so special. He made my dream come alive when because of him I could have purchased a car. He was too precious a person. There are too many precious moments and memories that I will always treasure.
I don’t know why he was taken so soon but ... we will meet again ! Alicia you have your personal Angel, I wish I could take away the pain of losing him❤️
Kamala Mohammed

Posted by Dailyn Leyson on May 7, 2021
 Since I learned about what happened on Monday morning, I cannot stop thinking about it. My mind cannot process that you are gone- it just does not seem possible.
 I remember growing up with you, spending weekends and holidays at your home, playing games and talking, going to the movies and all the other priceless childhood adventures we shared together. I will always treasure them.
 Although I left Trinidad a while back and we didn't talk as often, the bond between us never waivered. Whenever you visited us here or we visited Trinidad, we picked up as if I never left. 
 Some bonds between people cannot be strained by distance, time or circumstance. You were like my other brother- I will always remember you.
 May God bless you and may God bless Aunty Joan, Lisa, your beloved nephews and all of us that mourn you. Your cousin, Ryan.
Rest In Peace.
Posted by Brian Harrikissoon on May 7, 2021
Hi Cuz may you have eternal peace. You would be missed by all. I know what it is to lose someone you love at a tender age all ifs and why's but as they say only God knows the ifs and why's. Rest in peace cuz
Posted by Patsy Ramsaran on May 7, 2021
Denzil you have been like another son in this family here in Florida . One of our favorite memories was that every year you would come on vacation and spend some time with us. We would be in the backyard sitting under the mango tree.sipping a scotch and coconut water, old talking with some light hearted jokes.you will be dearly missed words can’t express our grief.Rest In Peace our favorite nephew
Posted by Arnold Prashad on May 7, 2021
Gone too soon brother, you will be dearly missed, we had some fun times which I will cherish forever. May your soul rest in eternal peace.
Posted by Sherry Prashad on May 7, 2021
Cuz, I cannot believe I will not see that smile of yours... I am forever thankful for all our chats via social Media but just sitting with you and catching up over a glass of red wine (you are welcome btw ) was priceless. God was ready for you... You certainly left your mark on earth... Say hi to Miche ❤️
Posted by Shelly Ann Maharaj on May 7, 2021
Denzil, we have been out of touch for a while, but that didn't change the fact that you were like a brother to me. We all shared alot of memories growing up. I remember our Mayaro vacations like it was yesterday. I remember us singing your favorite Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey songs, making audio tapes for fun. I remember the fetes we went too... you and your sisters, you said. In more recent times, anytime we met we reminisced how I would get mad when you guys didn't play with me or if I lost her we played any board games. Those were the best days, some of my best childhood memories were with you. Oh how I regret not taking time out of my busy schedule to keep in touch Denzil. I look at all the posts on fb and its clear how much you were loved and will be missed. Any photo I look at I can recognize that facial expression or hear that laugh lol. Tomorrow is my birthday... every year I could count on receiving one post card.... and it was from you. A simple thing but it brought such joy to me...an example of the many ways you showed your loved ones you cared. I'm going to miss that... Denz, you shocked us all by your sudden passing, but your work on earth is done and we have to accept that and cherish the memories we had with you. Rest now in peace cuz, love, Shelly
Posted by alicia gooray on May 6, 2021
My brother Denzil....where do I begin? This was not how it was supposed to end. It's too soon! We had so much more to do and experience together....Christmas, vacations, spending time with your nephews. But God had a different plan, He wanted you back. Your work here is done.
You were the best brother any girl could ask for, and I will cherish every memory we created together since birth. And you made sure we made lots of memories! But selfishly, I wanted more...more time to make more memories.
My life has forever changed, nothing will be the same again. A life without you in it is going to be hard to envision, how do I move on not ever being able to hear your voice every Sunday when you message me asking, "Hey, you home?" Then you would call and we would chat and catch up.
Suddenly my life feels very empty and grey, like the color suddenly went out and it hurts to contemplate a future without you in it.
Your nephews are struggling to make sense of it all...how could their Uncle Denzil be taken away so suddenly? No one has the answer but one thing we all know is that you are a ray of light that suddenly went out, leaving only pain and despair.
But moving forward, I promise you that everything that my boys and I do in the future is going to be dedicated to your memory and in your honor.
You will forever live within our hearts and your deeds and smiling face will always remembered with love and adoration. Til we meet again... RIP
Posted by Sherolyn Maharaj on May 5, 2021
My handsome cousin, brother and confidante just to name a few..u took a piece of me when u left this earth..memories of our childhood flood my mind and all i can feel is tears of denial and despair....your loving smile and caring ways will never be forgotten..our family visits to Hingwan Drive ..dancing and singing in the sand..parties and limes..hiding secrets, sleepovers..confiding in you with all my fears and being your "doctor "whenever u reached out to me and the list goes on and on..i love u dearly and my life would never be the same...wherever u are i pray that God guides you and surround u with eternal peace..until we meet again ..Rip..

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Posted by alicia gooray on June 17, 2021
THE DENZIL I KNEW AND LOVED by DANNY SHAH June 6, 2021

As we celebrate your life today, 40 days since you left us, this is my tribute to the Denzil that I knew and loved.
Since we became friends in Feb 2010, one thing that stood out was your positive outlook on everything and your infectious personality. I say this because people and animals were instantly drawn to you, like KIWI for example. He paid no attention to me when you were around, he was your “Son son”.
We developed a friendship that stood the test of time. We did everything together… work, play, party, family gatherings and of course the first love of your life…travelling the world. You were always on the lap top looking for the next destination along with Jinelle, so much so that Andy dubbed you “Vicky B”.
Family meant everything to you and there wasn’t anything you wouldn’t do for the people you loved. One of your favourite sayings was “Joan does get me mad sometimes, but when I see she in a box I go bawl the place down!”  Ent Sterling? Lisa, Dario and Dillon were your life and I admired how you used to romp with them in the basement whenever we visited Calgary.
My sisters told me that I became a better person because of you and it’s so true. You always gave me that extra push I needed for me to be the best I could be. You were and still is the “wind beneath my wings”.
I remember when Whitney Houston, your long-time singing idol had just passed away and we were in LA. You insisted that you drive by the hotel in Beverly Hills where she died so you could get a picture. I remember walking slowly down the boulevard while you drove behind me, and being frightened as hell, two black men in a residential area, checking out the place and you shouting in the back... “Make sure you get the picture eh!” I did get the picture for you.
You loved having people around you, always ready to plan a lime. I will miss all the family get togethers we had, with you always insisting to bring a cake.
I will miss your kindness, that soft side that few people saw, the way nothing was too much for you to do for anyone. I will miss that crazy laugh that happens for very little or nothing at all.                                          I will miss you telling me “Wendy mango amchar does taste better than mine.                               “Most of all I will miss the friend that you were to me, someone like you comes along only once in a lifetime.
Monday May 3 at 5:45 am will forever be etched in my memory, you turning your head to tell me over and over… “Don’t leave me” and I replied, “No I’m right here, I will never leave you” and yet after one more don’t leave me, you left me, never to return. I will always remember watching that van drive away with you, somehow knowing that I’ll never see you again.
Your passing was heart wrenching for everyone, no one was ready to say goodbye to you so soon. But God had bigger plans for you, we may never understand it, because you leaving forever was something I was not ready for, my dearest friend, oh how I wish I could turn back time and still have you here with us.
In life we all loved you and in death we will continue to love and miss you every day of our lives, until we meet again.
Rest in eternal peace, my dearest Denzil



Posted by Shezara Fakira on June 13, 2021
Denzil boy you left a mark in so many people's life. You never settled for mediocre you always aimed for the highest star. You made your mark at Rbl and then I came and sat in the same hot seat but I knew I had big shoes to fill but u always stopped by and gave me encouragement to keep fighting d good fight. Even when d opportunity came for me to leave you encouraged me to take that leap and today I have no regrets. You have ventured on to a new Journey my friend so press on. Certainly won't ever be forgotten. The lord had a bigger plan for you. Rest in peace. I pray that your loved ones will live on in your wonderful memories, may God give them the strength.
Posted by Christine Ragobar on June 13, 2021
I remember coming to RBL High Street Branch and being taken around and meeting Denzil. Everyday he would come by and said hello and leave me with a little joke and a smile on my face, because of his way I didnt have to feel like an outsider. Thank you Denzil for being one of the good experiences for me in Republic bank.
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THE FUNERAL

Shared by alicia gooray on May 7, 2021
MY LIFE MOVING FORWARD  May 7, 2021

Today I did not see my sun. It is very overcast plus I woke up later than usual this morning.

But maybe I was not supposed to see my sun this morning because it is the day that we finally lay Denzil to rest.

Today is his funeral. Lord, give me the strength to go on, to face the fact that I will never see or speak to my brother again. How do I come to terms with that?

But I have to…despite my feelings, because this is what life is all about. The only thing constant in this world is CHANGE! That was one of Denzil’s and my favourite expression. Given everything that we have been through, we knew how change can impact our lives.

I think I got another sign from Denzil yesterday. It came in the form of a wind that would keep blowing my garden door open. My husband and I had to go outside to close that door four times before it stopped opening.

There is nothing defective about the clasp, the wind was strong but not that strong that after a few minutes it would open again. Not only open but bang very loudly, and not stop until I went outside to latch it again. This happened four times in a 30 min period. Coincidence? Maybe…. but I think it was Denzil being his goofy self, trying to get me to come outside to a place where we hung out, barbequed and took photos in the snow during his winter visits.

My brother is still here with me, he will always be here with me.That is my comfort and my solace.

MY LIFE MOVING FORWARD by LISA MAY 5, 2021

Shared by alicia gooray on May 6, 2021

Like every morning since May 3 when I received the devastating news that my brother and lifelong friend had passed unto the other world, I woke up to a world of sadness and despair. I would draw the blinds and look outside and wonder why is everything the same? Why does everything seem normal when nothing will ever be the same again.

Simply because I am now living in a world without Denzil…my rock and my hero, who always looked after me, always making sure I was well taken care of and showing me the world, providing lifelong experiences that I would otherwise never have been privy to, he was my angel here on earth.

Now he’s an angel in heaven.

So today started like the last couple of days…I woke up, brushed my teeth and cried out to the Lord, asking WHY??

Why did you take the one person who make so many lives so much better on a daily basis… someone who was loved, admired, respected by so many? I cried out for understanding and for the peace that passeth all understanding because I am experiencing a pain and a grief I have never experienced before.

I came back downstairs, made my coffee and sat at my computer to document my feelings because I just felt I had to. I started by typing the heading “MY SADNESS/DESPAIR/GRIEF”. I had only gotten that far when the most amazing thing happened!

Directly North East of where I am sitting at my computer, the sun started to rise. In the space of a couple minutes, it became a blinding ball of fire that took my breath away. It shone its rays directly at where I was sitting and for a couple of minutes I could not even see, I was almost blinded, I had to look away so my eyes would not hurt. But I kept looking at it and then it dawned on me…this was Denzil! He was telling me not to be sad…that it was a new day, he is with Jesus in heaven and he is shining his radiance down on me. I cried again and I thanked him for giving me this sign, I blessed him for being the best brother anyone could ever have and thanked him for affording me the opportunity to travel the world with him. I will always love and miss him but he is part of my heart, my soul and no one will ever take those memories away. They will be with me until the day I die and we meet again on that blessed shore, the shore of peace and happiness.

As I conclude, I look in the same direction up to the sun and it has now moved away, no longer visible. The timing of this event could not have been more perfect. Nothing happens by chance…. this was how it had to be, planned down to last second…because Denzil wanted me to experience the joy of a new day, letting me know through that glorious sunrise that he is with me and always will be.

I continued to document my thoughts and feelings about my brother, but I changed the title to “MY LIFE MOVING FORWARD”

I imagine I will have many more moments like this one in the future, but I have to take it one step at a time, because this sadness is just too intense. I pray that God gives us all the peace that passeth understanding, when we try to come to terms with a life without my wonderful brother Denzil.