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Rev. Matthew Rae----- A Grenadian-New Yorker Has Passed

Rev. Matthew Rae, prominent in the Grenada community of New York for over 60 years, died on Friday after several weeks of hospitalization. The sad news was announced by Anne, one of his nieces.

Rae was born in the Village of Birchgrove, St. Andrew, and lived his adult life in NY. For decades, he served as a columnist for several newspapers in Grenada from the defunct Torchlight to the current Grenadian Voice and Grenada Informer.
He founded the Grenada Health Hospital & Educational Association and the Universal Association of Mental Physical Spiritual culture. He authored the book, "How to cure Terminal Cancer, Tumors, Aids & Social Diseases by Natural Foods, Nutrition, Herbs and Spiritual Forces."
The final rites for Rev. Rae will be announced shortly.

Source: Herman Hall, everybodysmag.com

Re: Rev. Matthew Rae----- A Grenadian-New Yorker Has Passed

Reverend Matthew Rae: A tribute

From the depth of his soul
Encouraging words like a geyser spewed
A comforting pillow that landed
On the ears of many.
They read his books and the newspapers
That featured columns
That steered them in the direction
Of wisdom, better health and longevity.
Reverend Matthew Rae was a caring man
An unselfish Spiceman with eager ears
Tuned in to the pleas of organizations
That cried out for financial support.
He reached out so often
To soften their plight.
He was called to his eternal rest
But his imprints will linger
For during his life, he paused
To hold the hands of those in need
Anthony Wendell DeRiggs.