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Isaias "Nata" Majil

We are at a loss of words to express this great loss.

We are endlessly grateful for your valuable contribution to fisheries management in Belize through countless marine programs and initiatives. We will miss you tremendously at the Belize Fisheries Department. You were so much more than a colleague, you were a friend and a brother. We will work to keep your legacy alive, we will cherish the memories and we will remember you always. Rest in Peace Majo.

- Managed Access Technical Team, Belize Fisheries Department


You fought a tough battle and you reached the end of the road. Your passion to work hard and diligently in order to ensure the protection of the communities we live in, and especially our marine ecosystem, will never go unnoticed or forgotten.

You worked tirelessly to guard and care for each of our protected areas. We will miss our chit chats about the safe guarding of our environment and natural resources. Lucky you said of how we live in such a paradise but fearing every day, those who come to selfishly exploit them for gain.

We will always be grateful for your contribution to our Belizean society and our communities. You talked the talk and walked the walk.

We join the communities of Corozal and San Pedro, Ambergris Caye in extending our deepest condolences and regrets to the entire Majil and Acosta families, in this time of great sorrow.

Rest in Peace Isaias "Nata" Majil. and rise in glory. Gone too soon!


It is with profound sadness that the Government of Belize and the Belize Fisheries Department announces the passing of our colleague and dear friend, Mr. Isaias Nataniel Majil, Fisheries Officer which occurred on Tuesday, January 17, 2017.

He is predeceased by his father: Nataniel Majil, brother: Jose Majil and grandparents: Teresa Majil, and Alberto & Valeria Cruz.

He is survived by his wife: Solangel Majil, son: Isaias Majil, daughter: Solangel Majil, mother: Odilia Majil, brothers: George and Aaron Majil, and grandfather: Lauriano Majil. He is also survived by a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws, fisheries family and friends.

A wake will be held on Thursday, January 19, 2017 at the Family residence in the Hermelinda Layout, Corozal Town.

Funeral services will be held at the “Iglesia Catolica de San Francisco Xavier”, Corozal District, on Friday 20 January 2017 at 2:00pm.

Interment follows at the Altamira Cemetery and a repass will immediately be held at the Majil’s residence.

Isaias will be deeply missed, leaving behind now only those fond memories we have of him. This is truly a great loss to our organization, the fisheries sector and to the community on a whole. He will be greatly missed by everyone whose lives he touched.

MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE AND RISE IN GLORY.

SUNRISE: MAY 13, 1974
SUNSET: JANUARY 17, 2017