Allen Maynard Obituary, Death – Allen OJ Maynard died suddenly today. OJ, who was born in Shear Lane, was a former Garden Hotspurs Football Club defender and McKnight Trotters Basketball Club forward in the 1990s and early 2000s. His height, slim frame and flowing dreadlocks made him a remarkable image on the football and basketball fields. He played for Spurs for several years and became an almost mythological figure with his amazing winning goal from a corner kick in the 2000-2001 season, which led to Spurs earning the coveted Premier League title.
In the 1990s, OJ also played for the Senior Men’s National Football Team. He attended the Basseterre Boy School and was noted for his talent in a variety of sports, including football, cricket, and basketball. OJ was also an innovative entrepreneur, operating his food business in important sites on the island, notably on Fort and Central Street, in McKnight, and more recently on the outskirts of TDC Home and Building Depot on Pond Road and in the New Road region, and also on the outskirts of TDC Home and Building Depot on Pond Road and in the New Road area.
Alan Maynard, emeritus professor of health economics at the University of York, who has died aged 73, was crucial in the development of his discipline into an international profession. He also had a real impact on policy, not just in the UK. Maynard produced or co-authored over 500 scholarly papers, was the founding editor of what is now the top journal Health Economics in 1992, and was awarded the Graham medal in 2015, the closest thing to a Nobel prize in health services research.
His position as a superb communicator and intellectual agent provocateur, on the other hand, was at least as essential as his academic work. He produced innumerable, often satirical, media essays and engaged with journalists indefinitely because, as he put it in his guide to getting research turned into action, “you have to find your allies anywhere and everywhere.”