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Glenville Shaw
(2 December 1939 – 19 August 2019)
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Glenville 'Power Saw' Shaw
Former Member of Parliament, Jamaica

Glenville ‘Power Saw‘ Shaw was a Jamaican politician and Former Member of Parliament.

Early life

Glenville ‘Power Saw‘ Shaw was born in Jamaica on 2 December 1929.

Career

Shaw served as Member of Parliament for South West St Ann for the People’s National Party’s (PNP).  He was the first People’s National Party (PNP) representative to win St Ann South West, defeating the longstanding Jamaica Labour Party’s (JLP) Member of Parliament, Dr. Neville Gallimore in the 1997 General Election.  He has previously unsuccessfully contested the constituency 1993 when he missed unseating the Gallimore by a mere three votes.  He later lost his seat in the 2002 election and was again unsuccessful in the 2007 election.

Death

Shaw died on 19 August 2019 in the United Kingdom on Monday after a period of illness.  He was 79.

Sources

http://jamaica-star.com/article/news/20190819/former-pnp-mp-glenville-shaw-dead

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Occupation Politician
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Date of Birth 2 December 1939
Place of Birth Jamaica
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Date of Birth 19 August 2019, (aged 79)
Place of Birth Jamaica
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Former Member of Parliament, Jamaica
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