14 March, 2007

Rodney Rey

Rodney M Rey.

I challenged you, my readers, to come up with persons in public life who demonstrate in everything they say and do a commitment to ethics and integrity. We now have the first of what, I hope, will be many submissions. It concerns our own Rodney Rey. This is what my contributor had to say:

Ahh, Rodney Rey!

As Principal of ALHCS, he was in my opinion the Principal with the most integrity and of high moral standard. He was the one Principal who could be relied upon. His word was true. His language was cordial. He did not avoid conflict. He once sent me home because my skirt was too short to teach. And he was right.

Now he's back in my corner as a PS Education and he has that aura of integrity still. He is always friendly, cordial, reasonable and straight. He makes me want to perform up to his high standard. Isn't that just what a superior should do, inspire you to go just that extra mile because you know he does the same?


  1. I agree with the writer's assessment of Rodney.

  2. Without a doubt mr. Rey is an excellent example of Integrity in the public service. When I read the starter post, his name was the first that came to mind. I have great respct for him and what he stands for.

  3. I have known and interacted with Rodney on government and education matter for a lot of years. He is knowledgeable, dedicated, and seriously committed to his work. He has performed with distinction wherever he has been assigned.
    I am impressed with Rodney's ability to seperate the wheat from the chaff and come up with a common sense solution to challenging problems.
    I speak for many others who are aware of the valuable contributions Rodney has made to his country, community, family, and friends. Regretfully, most tmes without recognition or reward.

    An expat friend.

  4. I agree with the comments about Mr Rey. He is extraordinary. Any school girl that came up under while he was principal can attest to that,respectful, he never lied in wait for the girls he always had an eye out for them and was like a true father. He wanted well for all the children and how humble. A heart of compassion especially for the needy. Mr Rey I have the greatest respect for you and I know that you are not one thing in front of people and another person behind thier backs. Love always and much respect to you. You deserve all the praises.

  5. I agree with your comment of integrity and in fact i only read this topic to be sure that no one was defaming him. The only reservation that i had with him is his signing to the memorandum of agreement with flags. But don't worry Mr. Rey I know how it is when the bullies make you do things you don't want to do, when their lord calls their souls and if we are here still we will humble ourselves and clean up their S&^%.


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