Toronto: Renowned emcee ex-Abu Dhabi Neville D’Souza passed away at the age of 68 due to an accident outside his home on Thursday September 16 here in Mississauga, Canada.
He was a highly acclaimed emcee and compered high level programmes in the Middle East and in Canada. He compered may events organized by KCO Abu-Dhabi and the Mangalorean Association of Canada. This news of the loss has come as a shock for his family and friends.
Neville grew up in Bengaluru and after his studies arrived in Abu-Dhabi in 1976. He worked in Gray-Mackenzie for four years and later at the British Embassy until his retirement in 2005 as the Commercial Attaché. He moved to Canada in 2005 to be with his family.
He leaves behind his mom Elizabeth D’Souza, wife Joyce, his sons Lennon and Elton/Ann Marie, his grandchildren Mateo, Avery and Isla, his brothers Melville and Clarille.
The funeral will take place on September 20.