CIBC FIRSTCARIBBEAN MANAGERS ASSISTS WITH MURAL

Debra King, Director of Corporate Communications as she places a tile on the wall.

Debra King, Director of Corporate Communications as she places a tile on the wall.

The production of the mural on the wall between CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Head Office and the Baobab building in Warrens got a boost recently when a number of Senior Managers from the Bank assisted by placing tiles on the wall.

Ella Hoyos, Head of HR as she assists in the tiling of the mural.

Ella Hoyos, Head of HR as she assists in the tiling of the mural.

Under the guidance of tilers Dwayne Goddard and Troy Young and the watchful eyes of designers Goldie and David Spieler, Ella Hoyos – Head of Human Resources, Mark St. Hill – Managing Director of Retail, Business and International Banking as well as Brian Lee – Chief Financial Officer, and Ben Douangprachanh – Chief Auditor, laid tiles on the expansive stretch of wall which will eventually be covered in a beautiful, environmental mosaic design.

Jewel Forde and cameraman Rondell French of CBC speaking to Goldie Spieler, as they capture some of the ongoing work on the wall funded by CIBC FirstCaribbean.

Jewel Forde and cameraman Rondell French of CBC speaking to Goldie Spieler, as they capture some of the ongoing work on the wall funded by CIBC FirstCaribbean.

The 110 foot long mural was the brainchild of Goldie Spieler who along with her son David and granddaughter Lana conceptualised how it would look and how the assembly of it should be executed. As members of the Future Centre Trust, they approached CIBC FirstCaribbean to assist with the production of the mural.

Mark St. Hill, Managing Director of Retail, Business and International Banking as he applies mosaic tiles to the wall.

Mark St. Hill, Managing Director of Retail, Business and International Banking as he applies mosaic tiles to the wall.

Already committed to environmental causes, and the beautification of the Warrens area, the Bank readily agreed to be a part of the project and apart from funding the exercise, management and staff members will, from time to time, assist by putting tiles on the massive mural believed to be the largest of its kind in the Eastern Caribbean.

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