Condolences pour in from ITTF, CRTTF on Greene’s passing
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) and the Caribbean and Regional Table Tennis Federation (CRTTF) have expressed condolences to Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) on the passing of its President, former Commissioner of Police, Henry Greene.
Greene died last Friday morning at Harlem in a vehicular accident on West Coast of Demerara. He was 58. Below are the brief messages:
Richard McAfee, ITTF Level One Course Instructor wrote “This is very sad news indeed! I greatly enjoyed meeting Henry while I was in Guyana conducting the Level One Course. His hospitality to both me and all the coaches participating in the ITTF Course was amazing. He was indeed a very impressive man and certainly loved the sport. I know he will greatly be missed by everyone who knew him.” Glenn Tepper, ITTF Deputy CEO/Executive Director-Development wrote “Deepest sympathy to the table tennis community and the family of Henry Greene; wishing that you will push forward to even greater heights as an honor to his legacy.”
Juan Antonio Vila, CRTTF President wrote “On behalf of the Federation’s Caribbean Regional Table Tennis (CRTTF), we give the sincere condolences on the death of Mr. Henry Greene, President of the prestigious Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA). The family of Caribbean and Latin tennis mourns the loss of this great man in the sport.”