Carey Robinson Obituary, Death – There is the Fitz Carey. William Robinson, who had been gone for some time and was most well-known for being the host of the television show Hill and Gully Ride in Jamaica, passed away not too long ago. On Thursday, at the age of 97, the journalist, novelist, and historian died away peacefully in his home in St. Andrew while he was sleeping. It was on a Thursday that he passed away. He has been battling with a variety of health difficulties for a considerable amount of time now. Robinson has had a prosperous career in the media spanning several decades as a writer and manager; however, the work that he did as the producer and narrator of the community program Hill and Gully Ride brought him the most notoriety.
Hill and Gully Ride was one of the most popular programs in the history of public television. It’s safe to say that Hill and Gully Ride was one of the most watched shows in the annals of public television history. It explored the history of Jamaica in every nook and crevice of the island, while also providing engaging stories about individuals, their lives, their jobs, and the manner in which they were connected to one another in their respective communities.
Robinson is a native of British Jamaica and spent his childhood in that country. He received his high school diploma from Calabar High School. After completing his senior year of high school, he went on to enroll in Howard University with the objective of obtaining a degree in medicine from that institution. Instead, he made the decision to get an education in history and psychology, and when he got back to Jamaica, he started on a path that would eventually make it possible for him to have a positive impact on the development of the nation. He is now in a position where he can have a constructive effect on the development of the nation.