Hardworking and dedicated are the words being used to describe the Jamaica National who was one of the victims of the Benghazi car bomb attack in Libya over the weekend.

60 year old, Clive Peck, UN Field Officer was killed along with two of his colleagues while traveling in the troubled city on Saturday.
The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has since condemned the attack while calling on all parties to respect the humanitarian truce and return to the negotiating table to pursue peace for Libya.

Peck, who was in the Jamaica Constabulary Force for 14 years, was married and had 4 children. He visited his family in Jamaica twice a year on vacations. His last visit was in February.

He is remembered as a man who was dedicated and committed to whatever role he was given.

A retired superintendent of police, Gladstone Wright says Peck often went beyond the call of duty, doing more than what was required of him.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade issued a release following his passing stating that the tragic loss of Mr. Peck is acutely felt by the Ministry and the Government of Jamaica. She goes further to note that Clive Peck served the United Nations with distinction and devoted his life to a mission of aiding the Libyan people, in the midst of one of the most severe conflicts and humanitarian crises currently underway around the world.