Deacon John Wellington Dorsett

The management and staff of Bethel Brothers Morticians expresses our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the dearly departed.
John Wellington Dorsett

Deacon John Wellington Dorsett

Aged 72 years

Deacon John Wellington Dorsett, aged 72, of West Avenue, Millar’s Heights, off Carmichael Road, died at Doctors Hospital on Saturday, August 21, 2021.

He is survived by his Wife: Audrey Elizabeth Dorsett; Children: Dr. Alexya Dorsett-Williams (Barry Williams), Jasmin Dorsett (Sean Insanally), Juliette (Benjamin) Pinder, and Ashan Dorsett; Grandchildren: Ambrosine and Xandria Williams; Adopted Grandchildren: Rickeya and Brenneka Marshall; Siblings: Beatrice Rand, R. Monique Forbes, Marzell Morvis Smith, Paul (Anita) Glinton, Udell (Brennell) Cartwright, Marjoriana King, Eureka Glinton, Bradley (Inger) Dorsett, D’Antoine (Marsha) Morley, Lula McKenzie, Katie Longley, Rev. Ednal (Yevette) Minnis, Helena (Rudolph) Smith, George (Tonya) Minnis, Jacquelyn (Stephen) Russell, Bernie (Carla) Minnis and Darlene (Derek) Miller; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date.

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5 thoughts on “Deacon John Wellington Dorsett”

  1. A great man…. Father, uncle, brother, grandfather, friend has gone on to his eternal reward. Uncle Welly was like a second father to me, always firm in love! He impacted my life in so many ways I’m grateful for the years God loaned him to us. He will be missed but his legacy will live forever. A great man!

  2. The last time I saw uncle Welly was when my dad, sister and I visited Keeshan’s church in May. Uncle looked well, happy and glorious.
    After church I interrupted uncle Welly and my dad’s long conversation…lolll…and asked them to pose for a picture, since I didn’t have one of them and deep down, some thought told me it would be the last.
    My heart aches for your family, our family & especially my dad. Only him had an Awesome brother!
    May uncle Welly Rest in Peace & I’m certain we’ll see him in Glory🙏🏽.

  3. A hard working man was uncle Wellie. He started the plumbing work here on my home. He loved what he did but most of all loved farming and reaping his harvest. He had a lot of advice to give and had a lot to input making sure things got done the right way on the first round. He will be missed. I pray for you Aunty Audrey as you have lost your life long friend and companion but you also lost your mom. Be strong family

  4. Daddy, we love you so much. The best father a girl could ever imagine having! You were an outstanding father to all of your daughters and an awesome husband to Mummy! We were truly blessed to have you in our lives and we know you touched the lives of so many others. We miss you soooo much. You were righteous in God’s eyes and we know that you are with the Lord. Until we meet again…Rest in peace and rise in glory. Love Julie

  5. Audrey and the family,

    Accept condolences on behalf of Gertrude and I. Also the older Neely children remember the days in the 50s and maybe 60s when we were neighbors and developed life long friendships.
    May his soul rest in peace.
    Wellie

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