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From treasure hunters and philanthropists to guitar pickers and astronomers, the Cayman Islands lost a myriad of talents and trailblazers in 2018.
I saw Kirkland Nixon toe-to-toe with captains of industry and high-priced attorneys on fundamental principles, and on each occasion principle to him was like bedrock.
Shortly after he passed away in April, an orchid that Kirkland Nixon had been nurturing in a bottle burst into bloom.
A fire truck pull in memory of the late fire chief Kirkland Nixon, which was postponed last weekend because of inclement weather, will be held on Saturday at Grand Harbour.
A fundraising fire truck pull has been organized for next weekend in memory of the former fire chief Kirkland Nixon, who passed away late last month.
Kirkland Nixon, Cayman’s first fire chief, was remembered Sunday as a family man, a voracious reader and a consummate public servant during a solemn memorial service held at the Lions Centre.
Let us all thank God that we were blessed with such a special man as Mr. Nixon.
When Cayman needed someone to “put out a fire,” Kirkland Nixon was our man. With his passing this week, Cayman has lost a stalwart citizen who embodied the steady, quiet virtues that form the backbone of our community.
Kirkland Nixon, Cayman’s first chief fire officer, died on Monday, April 30. Mr. Nixon, who was in his early seventies, died at the Cayman Islands Hospital shortly before 7 a.m. after a short illness.