Condolences continue to be expressed over the passing of Gospel radio pioneer Rev. Dr. Margaret Elcock, last Monday, with the latest coming from the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean (EAC).
The EAC mourned the passing of the late Rev. Dr Margaret Elcock in the following press release.
“The Regional Board and members of the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean (EAC) joins the Evangelical Community of Trinidad and Tobago to extend their prayerful support to the family, loved ones and the Family Focus Family Broadcasting Network, on the passing of gospel radio pioneer, Rev. Dr. Margaret Elcock.
Rev. Emerson Boyce, Secretary General of the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean (EAC) commented: “Margaret was a confident, humble, and an intriguing woman who changed the landscape of broadcasting in Trinidad and Tobago.
She was President/CEO of Family Focus Broadcasting Network and I.S.A.A.C 98.1FM, which was the first Christian Radio Station in Trinidad and Tobago.
Dr. Elcock lived for God whom she loved dearly. She used media and her God–given skills to promote, rebuild and shape family life in the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. She leaves behind a legacy of influence in the lives of countless people within and outside the Caribbean.”
We praise God for the Christ-controlled life and legacy of Margaret Elcock. We are praying for her husband, children, family and friends during this difficult time.”