The body of tourism mogul Gordon “Butch” Stewart, has been returned to Jamaica after he, unfortunately, passed away on Monday, from a battle with an illness that has not been revealed.
The 79-year-old, Businessman’s body was flown into the country from Miami where he died and arrived at the Sangster International Airport recently.
Stewart’s death was announced by his son Adam, to a team of workers on Monday.
Gordon “Butch” Stewart was the chairman of Air Jamaica, the owner of The Jamaican Observer Newspaper, Sandals Hotel and resorts, ATL Motors and over 24 other businesses.
He was born on July 6, 1941, and is being remembered by many as a big dreamer who could turn his ideas into reality.
On Wednesday Adam Stewart made tweets concerning the return of his father’s body, bidding him a welcome home, while he also showed pictures of the aircraft that brought back the tourism mogul’s body.
He also posted pictures of his father and allowed well-wishers, to pay their tributes to the great nation builder.