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CAINE, Troy Aster Oliver, Graphics Consultant, Designer, Artist, Calligrapher, Writer, Researcher and Political Analyst. Organisations: Member, Central Executive of the Jamaica Labour Party; Munro College Old Boys Association; Founding Member/Secretary, Graphic Studios Association of Jamaica; Member, Advertising Artists’ Association o Jamaica. Born: Junction, St Elizabeth, December 7, 1947; son of Arthur Caine, Farmer, and Marion Elouise Binns-Caine (both dec’d). Educated: Morningside Primary School, Ballards Valley Primary School, Munro College, Jamaica School of Art. Career: Trainee Layout Artist, Lindo Norman Craig and Kummel Ltd. 1967, Senior Artist 1969-74, Accounts Executive 1969-80, Studio Manager 1974-80; Graphics Consultant in private practice since 1980; Board member Jamaica School of Art 1981-89; Radio Jamaica 1981-83; Cinematographic Authority of Jamaica 1983-86; Jamaica 21 Popular Music Anthology Committee 1983; Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation 1985-89; Political and Graphics Consultant and Co-Ordinator on advertising campaign for new Constitution and Enumeration in Haiti 1986-87; Newspaper Columnist, the Daily Gleaner; Radio Commentator, J.B.C.; Resource Panellist on all JBC-TV Election Night coverages since 1986. Award: Winner Human Rights Stamp Design Competition 1968 with two winning designs released as national postage stamps commemorating Human Rights Year in Jamaica 1968. Creative Works: Designed and produced Calligraphic citation scrolls presented to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll by the Mayor of Montego Bay during Her Majesty’s visit to Jamaica in 1983 and to Mr. Nelson R. Mandela by the Jamaica Labour Party during his visit to Jamaica in July 1991. Designer, art director and Sub-author of the book Bob Marley: Reggae King of the world by Malika Lee Whitney and Dermot Hussey (Kingston Publishers, 1983); Designer and Art Director on several other books and publications, most notably: Detained by Pearnel Charles (Kingston Publishers, 1977); Alexander Bustamante – Portrait of a Hero by Hugh Shearer (Kingston Publishers, 1978); Caribbean Cocktails & Mixed Drinks by Mike Henry (Kingston Publishers ,1980). Denomination: Moravian. Married: Denise Ann Smellie, 4 daughters. Interests: Lawn Tennis, Political History and Research, World affairs, Writing, Reading, Maps, Movies, Popular music. Motto: “The key to success is perseverance.” Address: 8A Chisholm Avenue, Richmond Park, Kingston 13; Tel. & Fax 929-0964.

CALLAM, Rev. Neville George, J.P.; B.A. Master of Theological Studies, Diploma in Ministerial Studies. Minister of Religion. International Preacher and Lecturer. Minister Jamaica Baptist Union since 1975. Organizations: Member Board of Directors, National Religious Media Co., Baptist World Alliance Christian Ethics Commission, Committee for the promotion of National Religious Services, Jamaica Council of Churches, Treasurer and Past President Jamaica Baptist Union, Member Teenage Fertility Council. Born: Gibraltar, St. Ann, July 16, 1951, son of Dudley Callam, Farmer, and Daisy Maud Lawrence-Callam (both dec’d). Educated: Primary School, York Castle High School, United Theological College of the West Indies, University of the West Indies and Harvard Divinity School. Career: Clerk Barclay’s Bank D.C.O. 1970-71; Asst. Pastor East Queen Street Baptist Church – Kingston 1975-76; Pastor, Grace Mineral Heights Circuit, May 1976-89; Pastor Tarrant Balmagie Circuit since 1989; Lecturer, United Theological College of the West Indies; Member, Faith and Order Commission, World Council of Churches; Vice-Chairman, Baptist World Alliance Division of Study and Research; Instructor Ministry of Education In-Service Teacher Education Programme 1980; Jamaica Theological Seminary; Guest Lecturer in Caribbean Thought and Culture, Caribbean Graduate School of Theology. Publications: Church Music Manual – Kingston 1981; Invitation to Docility: Defusing the Rastafarian Challenge - Caribbean Journal of Theological Studies, Vol. 3, Nov. 2, Sept. 1980; Contributions to Caribbean Bible Series (Adult), Volume 2 No. 1; Contribution to Songs of Joy and Inspiration, by L.P. Moncrieffe, published by Crescendo Publications (Dallas); Deciding Responsibly – Grace Social Ethics Books (1984); “The Church and Human Rights :The Slave Then, The Workers NOW” – Caribbean Journal of Religious Studies, Vol. 9, No 2; Editor – Perspectives in Ministry (1991) published by WCC; Community and Environment: Imperatives for Survival (1993) published by the Jamaica Council of Churches; Moral Responsibility: Issue in Church and Society (1993) published by the Tarrant Baptist Church. Denomination: Baptist. Married: Dulcie Allison Brown, July 19, 1975; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Music, Reading. Address: (business) Tarrant Baptist Church, 51 Molynes Road, Kingston 10. Tel 926-4751; (residence) 8 Haining Crescent, Kingston 5.*

CAMERON, Bertland, Athlete. Born: St. Catherine, November 16, 1959. Educated: St. Jago High School, University of Texas. Career: Member Jamaica 4x400 metre Relay Team – won silver medal at Commonwealth Games (Edmonton, Canada) 1978 (while still at St. Jago). Member Jamaica 4x400 Relay team – Silver medal Pan American Games Puerto Rico 1979; Won 400 metres at International Athletics meeting held in Budapest July 1981, in (Cuidad, Bolivia, Venezuela) at International Athletic meet in Brussels; Bronze medals 400 metres relay at Third World Athletic Cup (Rome, Italy) August 1982; 400 metres at Central American and Caribbean Games (Cuba), at International Athletic meetings in Switzerland and in Cologne (West Germany) August 1982; gold medal in 400 metres at Commonwealth Games – Brisbane, Australia – (ranked number one in the world) October 1982; Gold medal in 400 metres – First World Athletic Championships- Helsinki, Finland (ranked number one in the world) 1983; Olympic finalist – 400 metres – Los Angeles Olympics (qualified for finals although injured while running semi-finals. Did not run in the finals). Address: 81 St. John’s Road, Spanish Town, St. Catherine.

CAMERON, Clifton Junior, Company Director. Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Swift Group of Companies since 1978. Chairman National Investment Bank of Jamaica, Petrojam Ethanol Ltd., Petrojam Belize Ltd., Petronal (Jamaica) Ltd., President Manufacturers Merchant Bank Ltd., Manufacturers Finance Co. Ltd., Manufacturers Credit Services. Director Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica Ltd., In-Sports. Born: St. Mary, June 25, 1947, son of Alphanso Cameron, Retired and Loretta Cameron, Housewife. Educated: St Mary’s High School, Private Studies in Accounting. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Carmen Lee, June 1990,1 daughter. Interests: Marathons, Tennis, Boxing. Clubs: Liguanea, Kingston Cricket. Address: (business) 18 Hope Road, Kingston 10. Tel: 929-8722/64315/64521. (residence) 1D Delisser Avenue, Cherry Gardens Kingston 10.

CAMMOCK, Monica Elaine, Educator. Unit Teacher, The Learning Centre, Jamaica Association for Children with Learning Disabilities (JACLD) since January 1991. Organizations: Chairman School of Hope Board; Past President Shortwood Old Students’ Association; Past President Jamaica Reading Association; President, Jamaica Reading Association; Member of the Kingston and St. Andrew Girls’ Guide Association. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, June 29, 1929, daughter of W.M. Augustus Jennings, Driver and Businessman, and Ethel Jennings, Housewife, (both dec’d.). Later adopted by Rev. T. H. Jennings and his wife, Mae (both dec’d.). Educated: Chetolah Park and All Saints Elementary Schools, Shortwood Teachers’ College, University of the West Indies School of Continuing Studies. Career: Mavis Bank Elementary School as Pre-trained Teacher; Kingston Senior School for one month after graduation from Teachers’ College; Franklin Town Primary School 1952 - 1987; Formed First Guide Company in Franklin Town mid-50’s; Tutor of O’-Level English at University of the West Indies School of Continuing Studies 1973 – present; Tutor of English Grammar, Caribbean Institute of Mass Communications 1982 - 1987; Principal, Franklin Town Primary school 1972-87; Supervisor Play ‘N ‘Learn Development Centre, UWI. 1990. Awards: Commonwealth Youth Programme Certificate in Youth Work 1983; Badge of Honour for Meritorious Services to Jamaica in the field of Education 1988; Kiwanis Award for outstanding services. Publications: Co-authored Junior Sunday Schools Curriculum. Denomination: Anglican; also attends Unity School of Christianity. Married: Michael Anthony (Billy) Cammock, November 16, 1958 – (divorced); 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Reading, Dancing, Listening to varied forms of music, Travelling, Conversing, Drama, and the Theatre, Physical Education. Motto: Everything is in divine order. Clubs: Mothers’ Union, Girl Guides Association, Christian Auxiliary Movement. Address: (business) 7 Leinster Road, Kingston 5. Tel: 929-4341, 9294348; (residence) 14 1/2 Foster Davis Drive, Kingston 6. Tel. 927-3619.

CAMPBELL, Ainsworth Washington, Attorney-at-Law since 1963. Organizations: Former Chairman, Licensing Authority. Born: Glengoffe, St. Catherine, January 11, 1929; son of the late Felix Campbell, Farmer, and Valda Violet. Educated: Crawl River and Glengoffe Primary Schools, West Indies Training College, Lincoln’s Inn (London). Career: Teacher, Civil Servant, Deputy Clerk of Courts 1964-65, former Member of Parliament, East Central St. Catherine 1980-83. Denomination: Seventh- Day Adventist. Married: Hyacinth Elaine Rainford, December 16, 1967; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Reading, Dancing, Swimming. Address: (business) 53 Church Street, Kingston. Tel. 922-4444; (residence) 3 Goffe Close, Red Hills P.O. St. Andrew.

CAMPBELL, Dothlyn Joyce, O.D., Dancer and Choreographer. Founder and Director The Jay Teens Dance Workshop since 1963. Consultant, Jamaica Cultural Development Commission since 1990.Organization: Foundation Member National Dance Theatre Company. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, daughter of Henry Campbell and Icilda Campbell. Educated: Primary and Secondary Schools, Private Tuition, Business College. Career: Secretary, Ledger Clerk Desnoes & Geddes Ltd. Joined the Ivy Baxter Dance Group 1950, later became Student Teacher and started choreography at her studio concerts. Performed and travelled with group to Puerto Rico (Caribbean Folk Festival 1953, Trinidad 1958, Cuba 1959, Washington 1961 (Jamaica Company of Dancers). Started Community Work- Social Development Commission 1960, Dance Officer- newly formed Festival Office 1963, Produced and Directed Annual Denbigh Show 1960-63. Worked on first Government organized Festival 1964, co-ordinating the Dance and Music Competitions, Float Parade and Street Concerts. Produced and Directed the annual Mello-Go-Roun’ Shows, The Gala Dance (some 500 dancers), and Carifesta Shows. Travelled abroad with members of the National Dance Theatre Company performing at all their annual seasons of concerts over the past 20 years. Choreographed Pantomime Rock Stone Anancy and Jamaica Play House One Time Long Time. Performing Dance Director, Jamaica Cultural Development Commission 1963-89. Awards: Bronze Musgrave Medal for work in dance 1974, “The Swing” Award for the Jay Teens, National Union of Democratic Teachers (N.U.D.T.) in memory of Ranny Williams, 1981, Prime Minister’s award, Institute of Jamaica Centenary, Order of Distinction. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Interests: The Theatre, Travel, Cricket, Netball, Softball. (Represented Jamaica at Softball in British Honduras 1955 and 1961, Trinidad 1967, with the first Jamaica Women’s Cricket team to go on tour). Address: Jamaica Cultural Dev. Commission, 3-5 Phoenix Avenue, Kingston 10. Tel: 926-5726; (residence) 5 Lower Tunbridge Drive, Kingston 19.

CAMPBELL, Mostyn Fitzgerald, O.D., F.R.I.B.A., Dip. Arch., F.R.S.A., A.A. Dip Trop. Arch.; Chartered Architect/Architect Planner. Senior Partner Architect Planners Associates since 1981, Director Metrocalaced Dev. Co. Technical Adviser Ministry of Construction and Chairman Ashtrom Building Systems Ltd. Organizations: Jamaica Society of Architects (now Jamaica Institute of Architects), Chairman Government Contracts Committee, Founding Member Association of Commonwealth and West Indian Architects, Commonwealth Association of Architects. Born: Spaldings, Manchester, January 2, 1921 son of the late N.A.L. Campbell, J.P., Primary School Headmaster, and Eva Elizabeth Williams-Campbell. Educated: Kingston College, Excelsior College, A.A. School of Architecture, Hammersmith College of Art. Career: Director of Technical Services Ministry of Construction 1972-80, Chief Architect Ministry of Construction 1964-72, Senior Executive Architect 1962, Architect 1960; Jamaica Representative United Nations Committee on Housing, Building and Planning; Past Member of Scientific Research Council, Bureau of Standards; Advisor to Govt. of Cayman (Technical); Represented Jamaica as Executive Member of the Commonwealth Association of Architects (Canada and the West Indies). First Jamaican to be appointed Chief Architect, Public Works Department. Creative Work: Designed – Donald Sangster Memorial George V Park. Award: The Jamaica Independence medal obtained in 1962. Denomination: United Church of Jamaica and Grand Cayman. Married: Cynthia Eloise Brown, September 3, 1955; 1 daughter. Interests: Model Railways, Reading, Art, Music. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) c/o Architect. Planners Assoc. 31 Burlington Avenue, Kingston 10. Tel: 927-0996, 929-1282; (residence) 3 Dewsbury Avenue, Kingston 6.

CAMPBELL, Ossel George, Insurance Executive, Chartered Life Underwriter, Branch Manager Life of Jamaica, Kingston Circle Branch since 1984. Managing Director Campos Investments Ltd., P & O Distributors Ltd. Master Mason Sussex Lodge. Born: Springfield, St. Elizabeth, July 9, 1940, son of the late Henry W. Campbell, Farmer, and Ivy May Campbell, Housewife. Educated: Ginger Hill Primary , Private Tuition. Career: Detective Corporal 1969, Sales Rep. Life of Jamaica 1970-73, Unit Manager 1973-78, Asst. Branch Manager 1978-84; President, Insurance Cooperative Credit Union Ltd. 1978-83; President, Life Underwriters Association of Jamaica 1983-84; Director Life Insurance Manager & General Agent Assoc. 1987-89. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Fay Elaine Nash, October 6, 1990, 2 sons. Interests: Badminton, Swimming, Horse-racing (Race Horse Owner and Breeder). Address: (business) Shop 16, Regal Plaza, Kingston 5; Tel. 968-5104; (residence) 17 Hopefield Close, Kingston 6.

CAMPBELL, Raymond Victor, J.P.; M.J.I.M.; F.I.I.M.; Electrical Engineer, Managing Director Ray Campbell Ltd. since 1960. Managing Director RAYVIC Ltd, Director Jamaica Commercial Information Bureau. Organizations: Director, Jamaica Chamber of Commerce; Director and 2nd V.P. Electrical Contractors Association, Fellow Institution of Industrial Managers (London); President, Associated Chambers of Commerce of Jamaica since 1993; Vice President, Electrical Contractors Association; Member - Professional Societies Association of Jamaica; Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica; Electrical Practices Com. (Bureau of Standards); Jamaica Cancer Society - Fund Raising Committee Friends of Nuttall Hospital; Past Chairman, Institute of Industrial Managers, Jamaica Chapter; Born: Boscobel, St. Mary, Jamaica, November 26, 1933, son of Edgar Campbell, Mason, and Iris Campbell (dec’d). Educated: Wandsworth Polytechnic (London), Battersea College (London). Career: Electrical Engineer and Contractor (London) 1960-68, Electrical Consultant, Alcan 1969-70. Awards: Kiwanian of the year, N. St. Andrew Club, 1974-75 and 1977-78; Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Award for best contributing member to the Chamber’s work 1987; Distinguished Service award from the Kiwanis Club for significant contribution to the Bustamante Hospital for Children 1987; World-wide Jewish Service award for support and effort given to the Jewish Community 1981 and 82; C.A.S.T., distinguished past student award 1990 for contribution to the on-going development of the College; Kiwanis International’s Distinguished Service Award for services to Major Project 1994. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Carmen Howell. Interests: Golf, Swimming, Cycling, Miming. Clubs: Kiwanis, Constant Spring Golf, Kingston Cricket, Liguanea, Optimist. Address: (business) 4 Ballater Avenue, Kingston 10. Tel. 926-2544, 926-5150.

CAMPBELL, Wallace Ransford, J.P., B.Sc. (Hons.) - Business Administration (Marketing); Managing Director of Lenn Happ Supermarket since November 1976. Organizations: Director - Lowal Ltd.; Synagogue Trust Ltd.; Island Life Insurance Co. Ltd.; Island Victoria Bank Ltd.; Eagle General Insurance Co. Ltd.; United Congregation of Israelites; Hillel Academy; Edna Manley Foundation; Foundation for the Arts; Howard Pre-release Hostel Advisory Committee; President – Jamaica Retailers Association; Member – Lay Magistrate Association; Jamaica Retailers Association; Friendly Lodge 239; Friendly Royal Arch; Friendly Mark Master Masons 1559; Friendly Royal Ark Mariners 1559. Born: Kingston, May 4, 1940, son of Ferdinand Campbell and Violet DaCosta-Campbell (both dec’d). Educated: Central Branch School, Excelsior College, Bowling Green State University. Career: Rose from Billing Clerk to Director Grace Kennedy and Co. Ltd.; concurrently General Manager Grace Kennedy and Co. Ltd., (Merchandise Division); Director - DaCosta Bros.; Grace Food Processors. Award: Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma. Religion: Jewish. Married: Lola Marjorie Rose Kow, April 24, 1966; 4 sons. Interests: Art Collecting (Caribbean), Philately, Reading Cricket. Clubs: Liguanea, Constant Spring Golf, Jamaica Club, Kingston Cricket Club. Address: (business) Lenn Happ Supermarket, Twin Gates Plaza Tel: 929-6123; (residence) 51 Russell Heights, Kingston 8.

CANAAN, Elias F., B.Sc (Econ)., Business Executive; Regional Director, Eastern Caribbean Singer Sewing Machine Co. (based in San Juan, Puerto Rico) since February 1995.Organizations: Member Sir Henry Morgan Angling Association, Caledonia Society of Jamaica., Jamaica Manufacturers Association, American Chamber of Commerce. Born: Port Antonio, Portland, November 27, 1941, son of Fareed Canaan and Emma George-Canaan (both dec’d). Educated: Titchfield High; University of the West Indies. Career: Manager and part owner Canaan’s, a family business, 1965-71; Account Executive, McCann Erickson Jamaica Limited 1971-79; Plant Manager, Agricultural Division, Federated Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd 1979-81; General Sales Manager Lascelles Laboratories Limited 1981-83; Group Marketing Manager CMP Industries Limited 1983-87; Operations Manager Singer Sewing Machine Co. 1987-89; Managing Director, Estate Industries Ltd. 1989-93; President, Import Division, Jamaica Broilers Group, New York 1994. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Judy Messick, June 24, 1989; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Yacht racing, Deep sea sport fishing, Skiing, Golf, Scuba diving, Model air plane flying. Clubs: Rotary Club, Liguanea. Address: (business) C/o Electrical Rewind, 2B Downer Avenue, Kingston 5; Tel. 927-5087; (residence) 7 Lombard Close, Kingston 6.

CANTON, Michael George, B.Sc.; Director Oxford Pharmacy, Island Food Processors Ltd. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, October 19, 1944, son of Ezra H. Canton, retired Civil Servant, and Ruby Gunter-Canton. Educated: Calabar High and Excelsior High Schools, University of the West Indies. Career: Production Manager Jamaica Metal Refining Co. (Spanish Town), G.I. Industries (Newport West), Administrative Manager Agro-Industries (Ja.) Ltd. (Bog Walk); Production Manager Coated Fabrics W.I. Ltd.; Managing Director Coated Fabrics W.I. Ltd. 1977-90. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Rita Elaine Dawson, November 15, 1969; 2 daughters. Interests: Reading, Cricket, Table tennis, Swimming, Dominoes. Club: Kingston Cricket. Address: (business) 39 Slipe Road, Kingston 5. Tel. 922-3991.

CARBY, Shirley Yvonne, B.A. (Hons.), English 1967; Dip. Mgmt. Studies 1980; Book Publisher. Managing Director Carlong Publishers (Caribbean) Ltd. since 1990. Born: Welcome, Hanover, Jamaica, April 27, 1946, daughter of Leonard H. Sangster, Realtor (deceased) and Gwendolyn E. Sangster, Housewife. Educated: Bethel Primary; Montego Bay High School; University of the West Indies. Career: Teacher of English, St Jago High School 1968-70; Teacher/Librarian Wolmers Boys’ School 1970-73; Educational Advisor Sangsters Book Stores Ltd 1973-75; Managing Director Longman Jamaica Ltd 1976-89; Managing Director, Carlong Publishers (Caribbean) Ltd. since 1990. Special Honours/Awards: Head Girl Montego Bay High School 1963-64; Female Student of the Year UWI 1966. Denomination: Christian-Methodist. Married: Carl B. Carby, October 22, 1983; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Reading, Swimming. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) 2 East Avenue, Swallowfield, Kingston 5. Tel. 960-9366 5; (residence) 6 1/2 Montrose Road, Kingston 10.

CAREY, Beverly May, B.Sc., M.Sc.; Company Director, Director Hinton East Embroidery since 1981, and Bev Carey Associates (1985) Ltd. Lt. Colonel of Moore Town Maroons. Born: Portland, February 23, 1938, daughter of Stanley L. Townsend, retired Civil Servant and Farmer, and Ivy B. Townsend, retired Teacher. Educated: Titchfield High School, University of the West Indies. Career: Teacher Harrison College (Barbados) 1964-65, Stint in Public Relations 1966, Lecturer College of Arts, Science and Technology 1967-69; Self-Employed in field of Public Relations and Real Estate 1970-73, Employed to Government of Jamaica in Property Dept., later, Community Enterprise Organization. Later, Consultant to C.E.O. 1975-80; Director Things Jamaican 1981. Publications: Guide to Portland, Rio Grande, Guide to Montego Bay, History of the Maroon People. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Boyd Carey, April 26,1969; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Development of Maroon Community, Hand Embroidery and Hand Craft, Working with grass roots people. Address: (business) 6 Liguanea Avenue, Kingston 6. Tel. 927-3659; (residence) Dublin Castle Close, Gordon Town, St. Andrew.

CAREY, The Hon. Mr. Justice Boyd Humbert Gloucester, Judge of the Court of Appeal of Jamaica, Assistant Tutor Norman Manley Law School since 1975. Director Liguanea Club. Organization: Member Managing Committee Liguanea Club. Born: Cross Roads, St. Andrew, Jamaica, January 30, 1930, son of Percival Carey, Headmaster, and Una Carey, Deputy Head-Teacher (both dec’d). Educated: Whitfield Elementary School, Kingston College, London University, Bachelor of Laws Degree, Barrister-of-Law. Called to the Bar Lincoln’s Inn, London, Attorney-at-Law. Career: Assistant Clerk R.M. Court 1948-55, Dep. Registrar of Court of Appeal 1962-64, Resident Magistrate 1964, Registrar of the Supreme Court 1973, Puisne Judge 1975-80; Judge of Appeal 1980; Chairman, Board of Governors Kingston College 1994. Publications: Former Editor Gleaner Law Reports 1963-66. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Beverly M. Townsend, 1969; 1 son, 3 daughters. Interests: Music, Tennis. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) Court of Appeal, P.O. Box 629, Kingston Tel. 922-8300.

CAREY, Melvin Eline, B.Sc. (Econ.); Economist. Managing Director, Mutual Security Bank and Trust Co. Ltd. since 1990; Organisations: Visiting Fellow, Mona Institute of Business 1995-97; Fellow/Member, Jamaica Institute of Management; Member, Board of Governor’s Queens Preparatory School; Past President, Rotary Club of St. Andrew; Director, Kingston Freezone Co. Ltd. and Chairman, Finance Committee. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, July 5, 1941, son of Delroy Carey, Electrician, and Lidonia Eudocia morris, Public Health Nurse. Educated: St. Jago High School; University of the West Indies. Career: Bank of Jamaica 1966-73, as Economist, Deputy Manager J.E.C.I.C., and Jamaica Stock Exchange; Manager Workers’ Bank Trust Co. Ltd. 1973-80; Managing Director, Jamaica Citizens’ Bank Ltd. 1981-84; Managing Director, Pan Caribbean Merchant Bank August 1984-87; Past Deputy Chairman, Jamaica Stock Exchange. Award: Outstanding Lion - Chancellor Hall (1987). Publications: Report on Banking and Financial Institutions in the Kingdom of Tonga, 1982. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Norma Joy Levien, December 6, 1966; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Chess, Reading, Music. Clubs: Liguanea; Jamaica. Address: (business) 18 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10; (residence) 4 Acadia Circle, Kingston 8.

CARGILL, Morris, C.D.; Retired Attorney-at-Law, Writer. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, June 10, 1914, son of John Henry Cargill, Attorney-at-Law, and Isobel Halton Morris-Cargill, House wife (both dec’d.). Educated: Munro College, Stowe School (England). Career: Law (admitted 1937); Business Manager, Crown Film Unit (England); Newspaper Editor (Trinidad); Newspaper Columnist (Jamaica); Member Federal House of Representatives 1958-62; Novelist, Broadcaster, Farmer, Writer. Publications: A Gallery of Nazis 1977, Jamaica Farewell 1977, and other books. Religion: Buddhist. Children: 1 daughter. Interests: Provoking Pompous People. Address: House No. 4, c/o 7 Abbeydale Road, Kingston 10.

CARNEGIE, James Alexander, B.A. (Hons.), M.A.; Educator/Writer, Communications Manager – Mutual Life since July 1993, Sports Columnist – Sunday Gleaner. Organizations: Jamaica College Old Boys’ Association, Organizing Committee Gibson Relays, Jamaica Teachers’ Association, P.E.N. Club- Jamaica Branch, Writers’ Union of Jamaica, Sports Journalists’ Association of Jamaica. Born: St. Andrew, April 6, 1938; son of Oscar V. Carnegie, Accountant (deceased) and Leda Merlin Maxwell-Carnegie. Educated: Jamaica College, University of the West Indies. Career: Part-time Teaching Assistant Department of History (U.W.I.) 1962-63, Teacher 1963-71, Examiner in History Ministry of Education 1970-73, Vice- Principal 1971-75 – Jamaica College, Deputy Director Institute of Jamaica 1976-79, Head Cultural Projection Programme and Junior Centres 1977-79, Tutor in Creative Writing – Department of Extra Mural Studies 1978-79 (University of the West Indies), First Moderator in History Caribbean Examinations Council Barbados 1978-79, Principal G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sports 1979-80, Administrator & Training Consultant, Grace Kennedy & Co. Ltd. 1981-89. Served on numerous Committees and Organizations. Awards: Certificate of Merit, Carreras Sports Foundation 1988; I.O.C. Medal for Contribution to Boys Championships 1989; Silver Medal, Trophy, and Diploma (Mexico City) 1969, Outstanding Lion Award (Chancellor Hall) – University of the West Indies 1974, Casa de Las Americas Prize (Novel) Cuba 1976, Institute of Jamaica Centenary Medal 1980. Publications: The People Who Came – Book 2; Several books, anthologies and booklets including Donald Quarrie, The Career of an Olympic Champion 1978; Wages Paid Casa de las Americas prize 1976; The Jamaican Tradition of Greatness in Sport 1977; Noel Newton Nethersole – A Short Study 1975. Denomination: Anglican. Address: (business) Mutual Life 2 Oxford Road, Kingston 5, Tel: 926-9030/7; (residence) P.O. Box 94, Kingston 6.

CARPENTER, Reginald Augustus, M.A., F.R.C.S., F.A.A.P., F.I.C.S.; Paediatric Surgeon. Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of the West Indies since 1980. Organizations: International Member American Paediatric Surgical Association, Member British Paediatric Surgical Association. Surgical Fellow, American Academy. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, January 25, 1930, son of the late William Carpenter, Planter/Surveyor, and Albertha Gray-Carpenter. Educated: Jamaica College, Selwyn College, Cambridge University, London Hospital Medical College (London). Career: Internship and Residency Training (England), Senior Registrar University Hospital of the West Indies 1961-65, Consultant Paediatric Surgeon/Lecturer in Surgery 1965-70, Honorary Surgeon Children’s Hospital 1970-72, Senior Lecturer Paediatric Surgery 1970-80, Senior Consultant Paediatric Surgery 1970-present. Responsible for establishing first Paediatric Surgery Unit in Commonwealth Caribbean. Award: Prime Minister’s Medal 1983. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Kathleen Whitworth Short, June 7, 1958. Interests: Reading, Classical music, Photography, Pedigree dogs. Address: (business) Department of Surgery, U.W.I., Mona, Kingston 7. Tel. 927-6621, Ext. 285; (residence) 11 Hope Road, Kingston 10.

CARR, Winston Keith, B.Sc. (Econ.); Economist. Deputy Governor Bank of Jamaica since April 1985. Organisations: Member – Board of the National Export-Import Bank of Jamaica Ltd.; Statistical Institute of Jamaica; Council of the Jamaica Stock Exchange. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, September 3, 1941, son of the late Adolphus Carr, Civil Servant, and Daisy Elliott-Carr, Dressmaker. Educated: St. Martin’s High School, Waulgrove College, University of the West Indies. Career: Worked briefly with the Ministry of Labour in connection with the establishment of the National Insurance Scheme and then in the Establishment Division of the Ministry of Finance 1964-65; Joined the Bank of Jamaica as a General Clerk in September 1965; Promoted through the ranks to present position of Deputy Governor in charge of Bank Supervision. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Lilan Dessydel Martin, May 3,1975; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Reading, Jogging, Listening to music. Motto: “Success comes through hard work”. Club: Kingston Cricket. Address: (business) Bank of Jamaica, P.O. Box 621, Kingston. Tel: 922-0826; (residence) 16A Montclair Drive, Kingston 6.

CARTER, George Washington, O.D.; Electro-Metallurgist. Director Carter’s Electroplating Works, Little Theatre Movement Ltd., Sodality Co-operative Credit Union Ltd., General Manager L.T.M., Technical Director National Dance Theatre Company; Advisory Board, Jamaica School of Drama. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, April 5, 1916, son of Hillary Carter, Merchant/Tailor, and Atheline Duval-Carter (dec’d). Educated: St. Aloysius School, St. George’s College. Career: Pioneer Cooperative Credit Union 1941; Pioneer Organiser First Jamaica National Festival of Arts 1955; Tutor in Stagecraft Extra Mural Department, U.C.W.I. 1960; Pioneer Organiser of the Jamaica Independence Festival, Leeward Island Arts Festival; Founding Member and Lighting Director National Dance Theatre Dance Company. Awards: Advisory Council Travel Award 1959, British Council Scholarship for studies in England 1960, American Council on Education Fellowship 1961, Silver Musgrave Medal 1972, Institute of Jamaica Centenary Medal 1980. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Cecelia Theresa Robey, January 4, 1947; 3 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Dramatics, Football. Address: (business) 4 Tom Redcam Drive, Kingston. Tel. 926-6603; (residence) 30 Monterey Drive, Kingston 6. Tel: 926-6603.

CARTER, His Grace, the Most Revd. Samuel E., S.J., O.J., C.D., B.A., M.A. (Philosophy), S.T.L., M.S.W., D.D., L.L.D., S.T.D.; Roman Catholic Archbishop of Kingston from 1970; Retired January 1995; now Archbishop Emeritus of Kingston. Organisations: Past President, Jamaica Council of Churches; 1992-94: Treasurer JCC since 1994. President, Antilles Episcopal Conference; Chairman – Dupont Primary School Board; Holy Trinity Secondary School; Mustard Seed Community; Brothers of the Poor; Trustee, Jamaica Foundation for Children. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, July 31, 1919, son of Wilfred G. Carter and Marie Williams-Carter (both dec’d.). Educated: St. Aloysius Boys’ School, St. Simon’s College (Jamaica), Weston College, Boston College (Mass.), St. Bueno’s College (North Wales), Catholic University of America. Career: Latin Instructor St. Simon’s College 1939-41, Civil Servant Treasury Department 1941-44, Jesuit Novitiate, Shadowbrook, Lennox Massachusetts 1944; Instructor in Sociology Holy Cross College 1950-51, Ordained Priest 1954, Assistant Parish Priest and Master of Ceremonies- Holy Trinity Cathedral 1958; Member/Hon. Secretary- Jamaica Save the Children Fund, and Member Jamaica Children Services 1958-66. Headmaster and Founder Campion College 1959, Chairman Fort Augusta Prison Visiting Committee 1960-74, President Jamaica Catholic Educational Association 1960-61, Member Executive Committee Jamaica Mental Health Association 1961-65, Editor-in-Chief Mental Health Conference Report 1962, Rector St. George’s College (first Jamaican to hold this office) 1964; Chairman Ministry of Education Committee on Organization and Structure of Educational System 1965-66, Auxiliary Bishop of Kingston (first Jamaican to be made a Roman Catholic Bishop) 1966, Chairman Holy Trinity Secondary Board 1968. Served as Member of Council - University of the West Indies 1976, President of Antilles Episcopal Conference 1968-79 and again 1982-91, President, Jamaica Council of Churches 1990-1992. Awards: Honorary Doctor of Laws (L.L.D.), from College of Holy Cross (Worcester, Massachusetts) 1970, Le Moyne College (Syracuse, U.S.A.) 1976, Loyola University of Chicago 1979, and Rale Medallion (U.S.A. 1976) Bicentennial Award from Boston College School of Social Work; Honorary Doctor of Laws (L.L.D.) from the University of the West Indies 1988. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Interests: Tennis, Swimming. Address: (business) 77 Half Way Tree Road, Kingston 10. Tel. 960-8274.

CARVALHO, Janet Fay, J.P., B.A.; Business Executive. Vice President (Marketing,) ICD Limited since 1990. Organisations: Director – ICD Multi-Care Foundation, P. A. Benjamin Company Ltd.; Universal Stores Ltd.; Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, November 17, 1949, daughter of Aaron Matalon, Company Director, and Marjorie Matalon, Housewife. Educated: Emerson College, Boston, U.S.A.; Executive Management Programme, UWI-US AID; World Trade Institute, New York. Career: ICD since 1975. 1975 Assistant Store Manager of Bayside Supermarket – USL and later Non-food Buyer for Supermarket Chain; 1977 Advertising and Marketing Manager, Homelectrix Ltd.; 1981 Delite Brand Manager with Facey Commodity; 1983 Marketing Officer in Marketing Unit at Head Office; 1985 Manager ICD Export Ltd.; 1987 Marketing Co-Ordinator Local and Export. Religion: Judaism. Married: David Carvalho, November 30, 1991; 2 daughters from previous marriage and 2 step-sons from second marriage. Interest: “Making the most of what life has to offer”. Address: (business) 7-9 Harbour Street, Kingston. Tel. 922-6670/9.

CASSERLY, Alvaro Alonso, J.P.; Business Executive, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Jamaica Unit Trust Services Ltd., Chairman since 1977. Organizations: Chairman, Board of Governors, Nuttall Memorial Hospital since 1993; Director - Jamaica Flour Mills Ltd.; Braco Resorts Ltd.; Independent Radio Co. Ltd.; United Way of Jamaica; Member, Incorporated Lay Body, Anglican Church; District Governor, Rotary International District 7020 1989-90. Born: Ocho Rios, St. Ann, June 4, 1932, son of Patrick Casserly, Planter, and Rachael Smith-Casserly. Educated: Excelsior College, University of Colorado, University of Michigan. Career: Executive Secretary, Electricity Frequency Standardization Commission 1957-63; Secretary and Manager Electricity Authority 1963-67, Member and Secretary, Electric Power Resources Investigation Committee 1965-66. Secretary, Public Utility Commission 1967-70, Financial Assistant to the President Jamaica Public Service Co. Ltd. 1970-72, Treasurer 1972-78. Director of Finance Jamaica Public Service Co. 1978-89, President United Nations Association of Jamaica 1963-69, Vice-President World Federation United Nations Association 1966-69, Chairman Council of Voluntary Social Services 1971-73, Chairman Jamaica Council for the Handicapped 1973-76; President Rotary Club of St. Andrew 1975-76, Master Collegium Fabrorum Lodge E.C. 1969-70, Master Collegium Fabrorum Lodge 1979-80, Member Diocesan Financial Board 1979-80. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Jean Allison Mair, January 1961; 3 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Hiking, Fishing. Clubs: Constant Spring Golf, St. Andrew Rotary, Jamaica. Address: (business) 11 Trinidad Terrace, Kingston 5. Tel: 926-6758, 929-8135-6; (residence) 5 Paddington Terrace, Kingston 6.

CAVEN, Hopeton St. Joseph, C.D., Trade Unionist: General Secretary, Trade Union Congress since 1961. Organisations: Director, National Housing Trust; Member, National Planning Council; Worker Advisor/Delegate to the International Labour Organisation’s Annual Conference; Member, Commonwealth Parliamentary Group; Founding member, Director and Trustee The Joint Trade Union Research Development Centre (J.T.U.R.D.C.). Born: Spanish Town, St. Catherine, December 13, 1927, son of Hezekiah Caven, Driver, and Jane Ann Currie, Housewife (both dec’d.). Educated: Calabar Elementary School, St. George’s College Extension School. Career: Started with the Trade Union Congress as a volunteer, attending/training classes in 1949; Joined the Trade Union Congress as an organizer in 1952; became a Conciliation Officer, then Assistant General Secretary in 1958; a democratic socialist and former P.N.P. Senator 1972-80; Member of the P.N.P. Executive 1964-80; Local Representative Jamaica Progressive League 1972-80; Member Commonwealth Observer Delegation to Zimbabwe Independence Election 1980; Chairman J.T.U.R.D.C. 1983, 1987 and 1991; Vice-President J.C.T.U. 1995; Worker Representative Minimum Wage Advisory Commission 1992. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Children: 3 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Arts, Sports, Music, Reading. Address: (business) 25 Sutton Street, P.O. Box 19, Kingston; Tel. 922-3292/5313/5468.

CHAMBERS, Rev. Byron Keith, B.A., M.T.; Minister of Religion, Superintendent. Minister, Western St. Andrew Circuit of the Methodist Church. Organizations: General Secretary, and Director of Christian Education – Methodist Church, Chairman Communications Commission – Jamaica Council of Churches, Chaplain St. Andrew High School, Family Councillor Family Court, Family Counsellor J.B.C. Call in Programme. Born: Retrieve District, Westmoreland, April 16, 1935, son of Cleveland Chambers, retired Foreman, and Lilda Tinglin-Chambers. Educated: Primary and Secondary Schools, Union Theological Seminary, London and Princeton Universities. Career: Formerly Internal Auditor Government Printing Office, Superintendent Minister- Providence and Mount Fletcher Circuits of the Methodist Church. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Cislyn Warner, August 7, 1965; 2 sons. 1 daughter. Interests: Swimming, Music. Publications: Nine Years of Ministry in Britain. (Alien Wedge). Address: (business) Saxthorpe Methodist, 43 Constant Spring Road, Kingston, Tel. 924-1464; (residence) 11 Edinburgh Avenue, Kingston 10. Tel. 924-1251.

CHAMBERS, Olivene Elfreda Louise, B. Ed. Dip. Ed.; Retired Teacher. Acting Senior Lecturer Moneague Teacher’s College since 1990. Organizations: Secretary Teachers’ Associations, President St. Ann Parish Association, Member Jamaica Baptist Union, Recording Secretary St. Ann Baptist Association, Sunday School Superintendent, Secretary Brown’s Town Citizen’s Association. Born: Bunker’s Hill, Trelawny, April 21, daughter of Robert Patterson, Butcher and Farmer, and Carolyn Anderson-Patterson (both dec’d). Educated: Unity All-Age School, Bethlehem Teachers’ College, University of the West Indies, Calgary University (Canada). Career: Teacher- Unity, Tweedside and Brown’s Town All-Age Schools, Intern Supervisor/Lecturer- Moneague Teachers’ College, Principal Browns Town Secondary School 1973-86. Awards: Received North St. Ann Jaycees for Service in Education 1979, and Edith Dalton James Service Award 1981. Prime Minister’s Medal for Service in Education 1983. Obtained ‘Christian Workers’ Training Programme Certificate (Jamaica Baptist Union) 1984. Distinguished Service Award Bethlehem Teacher’s College 1986, Certificate of Appreciation Ministry of Education 1986, Jamaica Teacher’s Association 1986, Plaque, Recognition for Outstanding Service in Educ. St. Ann Teachers’ Association 1987, Outstanding Community Service S.D.C. 1987, Badge of Honour for meritorious service 1988, Merit award for service to Education Jamaica Baptist Union 1989; 1993 JTA Award for over 40 years of teaching; 1994 Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Award – dedicated Service to Teaching Profession. Denomination: Baptist. Married: Alvin S. Chambers, April 15, 1953. Interests: Reading, Sewing, Cooking, Baking. Motto: “Excellence through Jesus Christ”. Club: Girl Guides, 4-H. Address: (business) Moneague College, Moneague P.O., St. Ann; (residence) Minard Heights, Brown’s Town, St. Ann.

CHAMBERS, Richard Gordon, J.P., B.A., Certificate Overseas Administrator’s Course L.S.E., Dip.Ed. Administration. Arbitrator. Deputy Chairman, Industrial Disputes Tribunal since 1981. Organizations: Secretary/Deputy Chief Commissioner, Scout Association of Jamaica; Chairman, Public Education Committee, United Church; Deacon and Chairman of Committees, North Street United Church; Director/Co-ordinator, Jamaican/Canadian School-A Child Project; Member, Teacher’s Service Commission; Chairman, Edwin Allen Comprehensive High School, St. Andrew High School for Girls; Member, Board of Management Clarendon College; Member, Executive Committee Council of Voluntary Social Services; Member, Royal Institute of Public Administration London; Member, Inter-American Association of Education Administrators. Born: Kingston, April 23, 1921. Educated: Park Hall Frankfield; St. Simon’s College; University of the West Indies; University of Reading (U.K.); University of London (London School of Economics). Career: Administrative Assistant, Ministry of Labour 1955-59; Ministry of Health 1959-61; Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Education 1961-67; Principal Assistant Secretary 1967-72; Assistant Under-Secretary 1972-78; Permanent Secretary 1978-81; Awards: Prime Minister’s Award, Medal of Appreciation 1983; Medal of Merit (Scout Asscn.) 1982. Denomination: United Church of Jamaica and Grand Cayman. Married: Nuchette Joyce Lewars, March 6, 1954; 3 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Hiking, Scouting, Reading, Swimming, Farming. Motto: Service above reward. Address: (business) Industrial Disputes Tribunal, Cross Roads; (residence) 8 Blue Castle Drive, Kingston 6.

CHANDIRAM, Pishu Chatani, J.P.; Company Director. Director K. Chandiram Ltd., Rani Ltd. since 1953. Organizations: Rotary Club, Montego Bay, President, In-Bond Merchants’ Association of Jamaica; In Bond Merchants’ Association of Jamaica; Governor, Rotary International, District 7020; Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, March 19, 1935, son of the late K. Chandiram, Merchant, and Jamna Ghanshamdasani. Educated: Campion Hall School, St. George’s College. Religion: Hindu. Married: Janki Daryanani, October 14, 1960; 2 sons. Interests: Swimming, Golf, Football, Cricket, Tennis, Badminton. Clubs: Rotary (Montego Bay), Montego Bay Yacht. Address: (business) K. Chandiram Ltd., 57 St. James Street, Montego Bay. Tel. 952-2630; (residence) 10 Mango Walk, Montego Bay.

CHANDIRAM, Pokar, B.Sc. (Business Admin.), C.D., J.P.; Company Director; Managing Director K. Chandiram Limited since 1979. Organizations: Director – K. Chandiram Ltd.; Eagle General Insurance Co.; Berger Paints; Chairman – Food for the Poor; Laws Street Trade Training Centre; Golden Age Home. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, February 5, 1934, son of Khiantomal Chandiram, Company Director, and Jamna Hiranand-Chandiram (both deceased). Educated: Campion Hall, St. George’s College, College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, Mass). Awards: Commander Order of Distinction (C.D.) 1992; Prime Minister’s Medal 1993 for Community work. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Sati Dalamal, June 26, 1958; 1 son, 3 daughters. Interests: Golf, Motoring. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Caymanas. Address: (business) 7 Dominica Drive, Kingston 5. Tel. 926-4784/6/8 (residence) 8 Hyperion Avenue, Kingston 6.

CHANG, Anthony Vernon, B.A. (Hons.); Business Executive. Executive Director, Consolidated Bakeries since 1982; President, Falcon Corporation Ltd since 1992. Organizations: Vice President, Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, President, Jamaica-China Friendship Association, Director – Consolidated Bakeries (Ja.) Ltd.; Falcon Corporation Ltd.; Jamaica Macarini Ltd.; Chang Brothers Ltd.; Sol-Seven Tours Ltd.; Chairman of Time Observance Day Activities of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, March 30, 1958, son of Rufus Ronald Chang, Business Person, and Lynette Chang, Housewife. Educated: Campion College, University of Western Ontario - Hon. Business Administration. Career: General Manager, Consolidated Bakeries (Ja.) Ltd.; Advisor, Delloite Haskins and Sells, Toronto, Canada. Awards: Member of the Year 1994 – Jamaica Chamber of Commerce; Hubert Humphreys Fellowship – Grant by U.S. Government 1995. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Interests: Jogging, Horse-back riding. Club: Liguanea. Motto: “Never Give Up”. Address: (business) 111 Red Hills Road, Kingston 8. Tel. 924-1151/3.

CHANG, Egerton Malcolm Gabriel, B.Sc. (1st. Class Hons.), M.B.A.; Business Executive; Chairman, Capital Group of Companies; Chairman, Capital Dynamics Corporation Ltd., Capital Resorts Ltd., Capital Betting & Wagering Ltd., Director, Video Games Incorporated Ltd., Chang’s Emporium Ltd., Anonymous Incorporated Ltd. Organizations: Member, International Real Estate Institute, Jamaica Developers Association. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, January 23, 1951; son of the late Percy Chang, (Proprietor of Jamaica’s first Supermarket), and Alice Hyness Chang (nee Chin-Loy), Supermarket Operator. Educated: St. George’s College; University of the West Indies; McGill University. Career: Commercial Credit Officer, Jamaica CitizensBank Ltd., 1974-76; Financial Controller/Director, I.C.D. Group of Companies 1976-80; Director of Mortgage Operations, National Housing Trust, 1982-84; Financial Controller, Aerocon Group of Companies, 1985-87; Assistant General Manager, Eagle Merchant Bank Limited, 1987-90; General Manager, Eagle Unit Trust 1988-90; Director of Corporate Planning, Island Life Insurance Company 1990-94; General Manager,Trafalgar Commercial Bank Ltd. 1994; Chairman, Capital Group of Companies since 1995. Awards: Physics Dept. Prize 1970; listed as an Outstanding Graduate in 40th Anniversary Edition of U.W.I. Natural Sciences Newsletter. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: 2 sons, 3 daughters. Interests: Architecture, computers, TV Sports. Motto: Honesty/Integrity above all. Club. Liguanea. Address: (business) 86 Half Way Tree Road, Kingston 10; Tel. 926-8071/960-0505; (residence) 22 1/2 East King’s House Road, Kingston 6; Tel. 978-2755.

CHANG, Jackson David, Advertising Executive. Founder/Managing Director Jackson Advertising Ltd. since 1981. Born: Hong Kong, August 26, 1946, son of the late William R. Chang, Former Captain British Army, and Helen Siu-Chang. Educated: Knox College. Award: Knox Certificate of Honour (for outstanding all-round performance). Publications: Jamaica Media Audience Evaluation 1972-79, Jamaica Population Study 1972. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Evageline Hacker, 1976; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Guitar, Water-skiing, Photography, Swimming, Chess. Address: (business) 20 Burlington Avenue, Kingston 10. Tel. 926-7049.

CHANG, James Edward, Cigar Entrepreneur/Farmer. Managing Director Combined Tobacco Co. Ja. (1979) Ltd. Company Chairman, Mexjam Limited. Organizations: Tobacco Manufacturers’ Association, Chinese Society. Born: Letitz, St. Elizabeth, February 17, 1930, son of the late Wilson Edward Chang, Businessman, and Lillian Maud Witter-Chang, Housewife. Educated: Private Tuition, St. George’s College. Awards: Prime Minister’s Award for Export 1974, Jamaica Exporters’ Association Certificate 2nd prize 1976-77, International Award for Export 1980-81, International Award for Quality Product (for Company) 1980. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Guadeloupe Andriana Solis Morgado, December 16, 1979; 4 sons, 3 daughters. Interests: Power boating, Dancing, Fishing, Social welfare, with regards to youth. Club: Royal Jamaica Yacht. Address: (business) 7 Ashenheim Road, Kingston 11, c/o P.O. Box 126, Kingston 10. Tel. 923-7509/6427; (residence) 85 Shortwood Road, Kingston 8.

CHANG, Yuet H, F.C.A., F.C.C.A.; Chartered Accountant: Partner, Ernst & Young, International, Chartered Accountants, since 1989. Special Economic Advisor on Far East Affairs to the Minister of Industry, Tourism and Commerce; Special Advisor to China/Jamaica Joint Venture – Cotton Polyester Project; Downtown Management District Preparatory Committee. Organisations: JAMPRO – Jamaica Promotions Ltd. Inter American Chairman, Administrative & Finance Committee; Development Bank, Board of Consultants; Audit Committee, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica; Member, Chartered Association of Certified Accountants, England; National Accountants Association, New York; American Management Association, U.S.A.; President, Chinese Cultural Association. Born: China, September 2, 1952; son of William Chang-Ah-Chen, Taylor, and Kwai Ying-Chang, Housewife. Educated: Calabar High School; College of Arts Science & Technology; Southwest London College, England; Florida International University. Career: 1972-75 Senior Auditor, Mair Russell & Partners; 1981-86 Senior Partner, Chang Gunter & Company; 1986-89 Partner, Lee Clarke Chang. Publications: Editor, Blue Mountain Journal; written and published in Gleaner, Articles on Local and International Taxation. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Sharon Angela Chin, December 18, 1983; 1 son, 3 daughters. Interests: Swimming, Music, Outdoor activities. Club: Liguanea. Address: (Business) Ernst & Young, 28 Beechwood Avenue, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-1616/7; (Residence) 2 Patrica Avenue, Kingston 10.

CHAPLIN, Kenneth, O.D.; Dip. Journalism; Journalist, Executive Director JAMPRESS since 1989. Organizations: Press Association ofJamaica and Press Club 1, Kiwanis Club of Downtown Kingston 1970-75, Member Public Relations Society of Jamaica. Born: Windhill, Manchester, July 12, 1930, son of the late Phillip Chaplin, Businessman, and Ivy May Anderson-Chaplin. Educated: Greenwich Town Primary School, Buxton High School, Jamaica School of Commerce, London School of Journalism. Career: Sports Writer Jamaica Times 1950-55, Sports Editor 1956-61, Volunteer Third Battalion Jamaica Regiment 1961-62, Information Officer Jamaica Information Service 1963-65, Senior Information Officer 1966-71. Press Secretary to Prime Minister 1971-74, Director of Information Jamaica Constabulary Force 1974-75, Chief Editor Agency for Public Information 1975-76, Chief Public Relations Officer 1977-80, Director of Public Relations, Jamaica Information Service 1980-84, Founder and first Editor, Police Mirror, Editor in Chief, JAMPRESS, 1984–1986; Communications Officer, Office of the Prime Minister 1987–88; Executive Chairman, JAMPRESS 1988–89. Awards: Lieutenant, Royal Victorian Order (L.V.O.); Order of Distinction, Prime Minister’s Award for Culture and Communication; Special Referee Award, International Federation of Football Association’s Award Gold Medalist; Seprod for Outstanding Journalism. Publication: The Happy Warrior, biography of the late Collie Smith. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Joan Elaine Gruber, February 1961; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Football, Refereeing, Hiking, Reading, Cricket. Address: (business) JAMPRESS, 3 Chelsea Avenue, Kingston 10. Tel. 929-6727.

CHARLES, Pearnel Patroe, A.A., B.A. (Pol. Sc.); Trade Unionist and Politician; Vice President, Bustamante Industrial Trade Union.Organisations: Deputy Chairman, Board of Directors, Intercontinental Merchant Bank Ltd. Born: St. Ann, Jamaica, August 31, 1936; son of James Charles, Farmer, and Merita Lawrence-Charles. Educated: West Indies College, City University of New York. (President West Indies Students’ Association, Chairman Programmes Committee, Communications and Information Committee - City University of New York). Career: Member of Parliament for Eastern St. Thomas, Minister of Local Government 1980-81; Minister of Public Utilities and Transport 1982 – February 1989; Deputy Leader Jamaica Labour Party. Awards: Gleaner Special Award – cleaning up of the City of Kingston; Chief Pearnel Charles, Ughegbe of Oghara 1985; Townsend Harris Medal from City College of New York 1985. Publications: Author of Detained, published 1977, after release from detention under Jamaica’s State of Emergency; Author of the Politics of Power. Denomination: Seventh Day Adventist. Married: Gloria Maud Hanson, June 21, 1970; 2 sons, 4 daughters. Interests: Discussion, Lawn Tennis. Address: (business) 20 Dominica Drive, Kingston 5; Tel. 968-0012; (residence) 19 Elmwood Terrace, Forest Hills, Red Hills P.O. Tel.: 944-2214.

CHARLTON, Cecil Charles, C.D., J.P.; Businessman, Chairman National Water Commission since 1980. Organizations: Chairman Hargreaves Memorial Hospital, Manchester Secondary School, Manchester Parish Library. Born: Mandeville, Manchester, April 5, 1928, son of David Samuel Charlton, Tinsmith, and Laura Palmer-Charlton. Educated: Manchester Government School, West Indies College. Career: Former Mayor of Mandeville. Proprietor /Businessman. Member of working party representing National Water Authority in Puerto Rico; Represented Association of Local Government Authorities in Columbus, Ohio, Belgrade, and Yugoslavia. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Veronica Bateman, February 22, 1977; 3 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Cricket, Football, Horticulture, Dominoes, Horse-racing. Club: Manchester. Address: 2 South Race Course, Mandeville, Manchester. Tel. 962-0519/962-2274; (residence) Huntingdon Summit, May Day, Mandeville.

CHARLTON, Vilma Belle, B.Sc., M.A.; Physical Education Lecturer. Lecturer – Faculty of Education, U.W.I. since May 1983.Organizations: Chairman of External Examiner Examination & Accreditation Committee, Sports Education Committee, Women’s Committee Track and Field in Central America and the Caribbean; Member Sigma Pi Gamma, Treasurer Jamaica Inter Collegiate Sports Association, Recorder for J.A.A.A., Honorary member Jamaica Track and Field Coaches Association. Born: Keith, St. Ann, December 7, 1946, daughter of J.R. Charlton, retired Teacher, and Lorna Charlton retired Teacher. Educated: Point Hill Leased School, St. Andrew High School, Pepperdine University. Career: Teacher David Starr Jordon High School (Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.). 1969-73; Bethlehem Teachers’ College 1973-74; St. Joseph’s Teachers’ College 1974-78; Ministry of Education 1978. Named Sportswoman of the year in Jamaica 1968-69; Education Officer in the Ministry of Education 1978-83. Awards: Carreras Award for outstanding contribution in Sports 1979, 75th Anniversary award for service to Track and Fields. Chief Publication: Track and Field Manual. Denomination: Baptist. Children: 1 daughter (adopted). Interests: Jogging, Table tennis, Travelling, Going to Church and Church-related events, Reading, Counselling and encouraging young people. Address: (business) Faculty of Education, Mona, U.W.I. Kingston 7. Tel. 92-72431; (residence) 43 Park Avenue, Meadowbridge P.O., Kingston 19. Tel. 925-0751.

CHEN-SEE, Donovan Matthew, Company Executive; Director of Sales & Marketing, National Supply Company Ltd. since 1993. Organizations: President, Jamaica Cycling Federation 1986-89; Member, Jamaica Association for Technical and Vocational Education & Training (JATVET); Chairman St. George’s college - Emmet Park Re-Development Committee; Member, St. George’s College Board of Management since 1991. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, September 13, 1960; son of Neville G. Chen-See, Company Executive and Elaine Chen-See, Company Secretary. Educated: St. George’s College; Ryerson Polytechnical University (Canada). Career: Civil Engineer, Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica 1981-83; Civil Engineer, P.C.J. Engineering Ltd. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Stephanie Cecelia Chung, 1 daughter. Interests: Sports, Current Affairs, Farming. Motto: Don’t write off the importance of hard work, the guts to keep at it, a definite goal and the ability to have fun in the process. If there is no fun in it, something is wrong with all you are doing” – Norman Vincent Peale. Address: (business) National Supply Company Ltd., 60 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 10. Tel. 969-6377/81; (residence) 24 Airdrie Mews, Kingston 8.

CHEN-YOUNG, Anne Marie Michele Pauyo, License in International Relations, M.A. (Public and Int’l Affairs), Dip. Eng. (Bucknell Univ. Penn.), Dip. Sect. Services, Translator/Interpreter since 1963. Director Ajax Investment Co., Eagle Merchant Bank of Jamaica Ltd. Organization: Executive Committee member Alliance Francaise de la Jamaique. Born: Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, May 22, 1939, daughter of Edner L Pauyo, Civil Engineer, and Esther Latortue Pauyo Educator/Pianist (both dec’d). Educated: University of Pittsburgh, University of Haiti, Bucknell University, Pennsylvania. Career: Freelance Translator/Interpreter for the IBA and various international institutions and agencies (with extensive travelling experience); Secretary to the Ambassador of the Republic of Rwanda, accredited to the United Nations and the Government of the U.S.A. 1963-68. Award: Scholarship granted by the Institute of International Education, Washington, D.C. Divorced: 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Swimming, Gardening, Art Collecting, Travelling, Reading. Clubs: Liguanea, St Andrew Flower and Garden. Address: (business) c/o Eagle Merchant Bank of Jamaica Ltd, 24 Grenada Crescent, Kingston 5. Tel. 926-6862; (residence) 55 Brentwood Terrace, Forest Hills, St Andrew.

CHEN-YOUNG, Paul Louis, B.A. (Econ.), M.A. (Econ.), Ph.D. (Econ.), Phi Beta Kappa, J.P.; Economist/Banker, Executive Chairman Eagle Merchant Bank, Eagle Commercial Bank, Eagle Trade Services, Paul Chen-Young & Associates Ltd. Chairman , Crown Eagle Life Insurance Co. Ltd., Eagle Permanent Building Society, Eagle Insurance Brokers, Eagle Foundation for Enterprise, Martins Travel Service. Deputy Chairman Eagle General Insurance, Eagle Unit Trusts Management; Advisor Paul Chen-Young & Company; President Falcon Fund (1985) Ltd. Organizations: Jamaica Stock Exchange Council, Alternate Governor Caribbean Investment Corporation, National Savings Committee, Jamaica Development Bank, Bank of Jamaica, Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation, Scientific Research Council, Water Commission Board. Director Jamaica National Investment Promotion, Institute of Management Consultants of Jamaica, National Housing Trust. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, May 14, 1938, son of Albert Chen-Young, Businessman, and the late Iris King Chen-Young, Housewife. Educated: Clarendon College, Howard University, University of Pittsburgh. Career: Economist- World Bank 1966-67, Deputy General Manager – Jamaica Development Bank 1968-70, Managing Director Lai Corporation Limited 1971-72, General Manager Workers’ Savings & Loan Bank 1973-74. Awards: “Achiever of the 1980’s”, “Innovator for 1990”, Investors choice Magazine’s Entrepreneur of the Decade”., In recognition of its outstanding contribution to Jamaica in the areas of business, education and the Arts, Health and sports, Eagle Merchant Bank won the 1990 Jamaica Chamber of Commerce award for the Company which displayed “the Human Face of Business”. Publications: Editor- Monthly Economic Report (Jamaica)1975-78, An Economic Evaluation of the Tax Incentive Programme in Jamaica 1966; A Study of the Tax Incentives in Jamaica 1967, The Cost of Locating the Apparel Industry in Puerto Rico and Jamaica 1968. Children: 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Tennis, Reading, Swimming. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) 24-26 Grenada Crescent, Kingston 5. Tel. 929-3017-8.

CHIN LOY, Sister Joan Clare, O.S.F., B.Sc., M.Sc.; High School Teacher; Now with Immaculate Conception Convent but away on study leave. Born: Guy’s Hill, St. Catherine; daughter of the late Clarence Chin Loy and Alice Phang-Chin Loy. Educated: Immaculate Conception High School, Fordham University. (Won National Science Foundation Scholarships). Career: High School Teacher - Mathematics, Latin, and Biology, from 1951; Headmistress Marymount High School 1963-68; Principal, Mount Alvernia High School 1970 - Denomination: Roman Catholic. Interest: Tennis. Club: Soroptimist of Western Jamaica (Secretary). Address: C/o Immaculate Conception Convent, 152 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 8.

CHIN, Lascelles Augustus: O.D., Industrialist/Businessman; Managing Director/Chairman. Organizations: Chairman – Lasco Foods Ltd.; Jamaica Soya Products Industries Ltd.; Lasco Distributors Ltd.; Lasco Processors Ltd.; Zenith Insurance Brokers Ltd.; Lasco Barbados Ltd.; Kingston Heirlooms, Lasco Ltd.; Latham Ltd.; Summit Development Ltd.; Soft Sheen Products (W.I.) Ltd.; Bottlewerks Ltd. Director – Island Victoria Bank Ltd.; Ex-Im Bank Ltd.; Jamaica Exporters Association. Born: Bog Walk, St. Catherine, December 5, 1937, son of Leonard Chin, Retired Businessman, and Florence Yee. (both deceased). Educated: Wolmer’s Boys’ School. Career: Past Chairman – National Productivity Council; National Trade Imbalance; National Industries Development Corp; Jamaica Industries Development Corp.; Jamaica Korea Economic Committee; Past President – Jamaica Exporters Assn.; Past Director, NCB Group Ltd.; Past Vice Chairman, JAMPRO Ltd.; Jamaica National Export Corp.; Trade Board. Awards: Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander for outstanding services to Industry and Commerce in Jamaica; Administrator of the Year Award for 1992 conferred by the Administrative Management Society, Jamaica Chapter. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Divorced: 2 sons, 3 daughters. Interests: Badminton, Bird-shooting, Travelling. Motto: “A great believer in the importance of hard work to the optimum efficiency and in being as optimistic as possible, despite obstacles and hardships.” Club: Constant Spring Golf. Address: (business) 27 Red Hills Road, Kingston 10. Tel. 968-3456.

CHIN, Patrick Anthony, FCA., FCCA, Chartered Accountant. Partner KPMG Peat Marwick since 1986. Organisations: Director – Veritat Corporation; Management Services Ltd.; Bevin Ltd. Born: Cambridge, St James, May 30, 1953, son of the late Hubert Arthur Chin and Olive May Chin (nee Fong). Educated: Cornwall College; South West London College and Emile Wolfe College of Accountancy, London. Career: Has worked with KPMG Peat Marwick (formerly Peat Marwick Mitchell & Co) since 1970. Awards/Achievements: Peat Marwick Scholarship 1976; Captain Jamaica Squash Team 1991-95. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Beverly Delores Shaw, August 17, 1991; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Squash, Water sports, Travelling. Clubs: Jamaica ; Kingston Cricket; Liguanea; Lion’s Club of St Andrew. Address: (business) 6 Duke Street, Kingston. Tel. 922-6640; (residence) Lot 17, Mt. Atlas, Coope’rs Hill, St. Andrew.

CHIN, Peter, B.Sc. (Management Studies), MBA (Finance & Investments), Executive Programme (Financial Management); Banking: General Manager, Issa Trust & Merchant Bank Ltd. since 1993. Organisations: Director, Issa Building Society; Issa Trust Fund; International Information Processors, Inc.; Saturn Manufacturing Co. Ltd. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, July 29, 1954; son of Wilford Chin and Lola Chin (both retired). Educated: Munro College; University of the West Indies, Mona; George Washington University; Columbia University. Career: KPMG Peat Marwick; Grace Kennedy & Co. Ltd.; IBM; Jamaica Agricultural Development Foundation. Married: Andrea L. Duncanson, October 1, 1988; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Cricket, Tennis, Jogging. Clubs: Kingston Cricket. Address: (Business) Issa Trust & Merchant Bank, 1 St. Lucia Avenue, Kingston 5; Tel. 960-0126/31; (Residence) 3 Ridgeway Terrace, Riva Ridge, Jacks Hill, Kingston 6.

CHIN LOY, Ronnie E., Business Executive, Managing Director J.H.G. Mapp (Succs.) Ltd. since 1975. Organizations: Director - Cremo Ltd.; JABLUM Ja. Ltd.; Fraser, Fontaine & Kong (Ins. Brokers) Ltd.; Interface Consultant & System Ltd., J.H.G. Mapp (Successors) Ltd.; Jamaica Chamber of Commerce; Kingston Jaycees; Jaycees of Jamaica; Future Fitness Ltd.; Foundation Member - Kiwanis Club of Downtown Kingston. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, July 22, 1946, son of Egerton A. Chin Loy, retired Chairman- J.H.G. Mapp (Succs.) Ltd., and the late Violet Hoo-Chin Loy. Educated: St. Hugh’s Preparatory School, Jamaica College. Career: Sales and Marketing Manager Cremo Ltd. 1963-65, Assistant Warehouse Manager Mapp (Succs.) Ltd. 1966-67. Sales/Marketing Director Mapp (Succs.) Ltd. 1968-74. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Divorced, 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Golf, Shooting, Boating, Fishing, Skin-diving, Gardening, Reading, Civic and Social affairs. Clubs: Liguanea; Constant Spring Golf; Caymanas Golf; Royal Jamaica Yacht; P.W.D. Sporting Club. Address: (Business) 2A East Avenue, Kingston 13. Tel. 923-8846-7/923-8601; (Residence) Apt. 109, Caribbean Close, Kingston 5.

CHINSEE, Helen C., B.A., M.A., Business-woman. Founder, Carib Metal Works Ltd. and Fachoy Foods Ltd. Organization: Director, Tropical Exotics (Ja.) Ltd. Born: Wuxi, Kiangsu, China, April 21, 1914, daughter of Hu Hung-Yu, Civil Servant, and Sun Tso-Yu (both dec’d). Educated: Shanghai College; University of Chicago. Career: Government Service in China; Press Monitor, U.S. Embassy Nanking; Accountant Chin See Brothers Falmouth; Self-employed. Awards: Order of Distinction from the Government of Jamaica 1994. Married: Rupert B. Chinsee, April 26, 1940 (dec’d); 1 daughter. Interests: Writing, Reading, Meditation. Motto: God is knowable. Address: (business) P.O. Box 101, Falmouth. Tel: 954-3669; (residence) Carib Road, Martha Brae, Falmouth, Westmoreland.

CHONG, Hector Alanzo, Business Executive, Managing Director Lascelles Merchandise Ltd. since 1980. Director of Fish Importers Ltd., Yes Distributors Ltd. Organizations: Director Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, Vice-President Royal Air Force Association. Born: Dalvey, St. Thomas, January 26, 1926, son of the late Albert Chong, Business Proprietor, and Mary Nankoo-Chong. Educated: Buxton High School, Durham College. Career: Service in Royal Air Force 1943-45. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Coleen Moore, October 1, 1950; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Address: (business) 49-57 Second Street, Newport West. Tel. 923-9231; (residence) 6 Circle Close, Meadowbridge P.O.

CHRISTIAN, Donald Edward, M.B., B.S. (1954); F.R.C.P. (1976) F.A.C.C (1991); Medical Practitioner. Consultant Cardiologist, University Hospital of the West Indies; Associate Lecturer, University of the West Indies since 1969.; Cardiologist in Private Practice. Director York Pharmacy Ltd., Cardiology Associates Ltd., Caledonia Medical Laboratory Ltd., C.O.C. Ltd. Organizations: Director - York Pharmacy Ltd.; Cardiology Associates Ltd.; Caledonia Medical Laboratory Ltd.; C.O.C. Ltd.; Member - Medical Association of Jamaica, Member of the Board, University Hospital of the West Indies; Director Heart Foundation of Jamaica; Charter Member and Past President, Lions Club of St. Andrew. Born: New York City (U.S.A.) August 22, 1930, son of the late Sydney T. Christian, Attorney-at-Law, and Nora McDonald-Christian, Housewife. Educated: Antigua Grammar School, University College of the West Indies. Career: Intern and Resident – University Hospital of the West Indies 1955-56; Post-graduate Studies in the United Kingdom 1957-60; Senior Resident University Hospital of the West Indies 1960; Lecturer in Medicine (U.W.I.) and Consultant Physician U.H.W.I., 1961-69; Consultant Physician University Hospital of the West Indies 1969. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Divorced,1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Reading, Horology, Numismatics. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) 8B Caledonia Avenue, Kingston 5. Tel. 926-4988. (residence) Bamboo Court, 2A Bamboo Avenue, Kingston 6.

CHUNG, Stephen Aston, J.P., B.Sc.; Accountant since 1961. Chairman of the Board - Big A. Track Co. Ltd., Managing Director Foo Hing & Co. Director, St. Mary’s Benefit Building Society, Carl Chen & Associates. Organizations: St. Mary Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis Club of St. Mary. Past: President, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Member Hospital Board (St. Mary Region) Board of Trustees – Gray’s Charity; Chairman, Mary Mount High School Board. Board Member St. Mary Parish Library; Regional Director, Jamaica National Building Society. Born: Port Maria, St. Mary, December 15, 1938, son of the late Uriah Phillip Chung, Merchant, and Cecelia Chin-Chung. Educated: Port Maria Primary School, Jamaica College, Fordham University (New York). Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: June Eleanor Tenn, April 25, 1965; 3 sons, 3 daughters. Interests: Bridge, Cricket, Tennis, Bird-shooting. Club: Kiwanis of St. Mary. Address: (business) P.O. Box 16, Port Maria, St. Mary. Tel. 994-2294; (residence) Little Bay, Port Maria.

CLARKE, Hon. Horace Antonio, B.Sc. Accountant. Member of Parliament; Minister of Agriculture and Mining since January 1995. Born: Belfield, St Mary July 17, 1932, son of Hyman Clarke, Tailor, and Enid Clarke, Housewife/Businessman (both dec’d). Educated: Belfield School, West Indies School of Public Health, New York University. Career: Public Health Inspector, Kingston & St. Andrew 1953-59; Chief Accountant, Jamaica Telephone Co. Ltd. 1967-72; Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Public Utilities and Transport 1972-75; Ministry of Mining and Natural Resources 1976-77; Ministry of Public Utilities & Transport 1977-78; Ministry of Public Utilities and Transport and Mining and Energy 1978-80; Member of Parliament for Central St. Mary; Financial and Accounting Consultant 1980-89; Minister of Agriculture February 1989-91; Minister of Mining and Energy 1992-93; Minister of Water and Transport 1993-94. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Norma S. Murray, March 9, 1985; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Reading, Jazz, Cricket, Football. Address: 8 Upper Markway, Townhouse # 19, Kingston 8. Tel. 969-5420.

CLARKE, Hugh Anthony (Tony), J.P., F.C.A., Chartered Accountant, Director Jamaica National Building Society, Paradise Park Ltd., Ferris Farmwork Ltd. (Jamaica). Born: Westmoreland, Jamaica, June 30, 1940, son of Eric H. Clarke, Company Director, and Zena Whitelocke-Clarke (both dec’d). Educated: Millfield School (U.K.), Munro College. Career: Touche Ross and Co., London 1958-63, Jamaica National Building Society 1964-70, Chairman Agricultural Development Corp. 1980-83; Chairman, West Indies Sugar Co. Ltd. 1984-85; Ferris Farmwork Limited 1971-85. Denomination: Anglican. Children: 1 son, 2 daughters. Address: Paradise Park, P.O. Box 44, Savanna-La-Mar; Tel. 955-2675; Fax 955-2997.

CLARKE, Maurice Lloyd, J.P., B.Sc. Man. Studies,(1st Class Hons.), A.C.I.S., A.C.I.B., A.M.P. Banker. Retired Group Chief Inspector National Commercial Bank (Ja) Ltd since 1990. Director, NCB Trust & Merchant Bank, NCB Investments Ltd., WITCO/CARP Ltd. Dyoll Wataru Coffee Company Ltd., Turtle Towers Hotel Ltd. Organizations: Immediate Past President, Rotary Club of St. Andrew; Past President, Harvard Business School Alumni Association of Jamaica; Council Member J.I.M.; Arawak Lodge. Born: St. Catherine, January 30, 1942; son of Martin Luther Clarke, Retired and Viola Veronica Clarke ( both dec’d). Educated: St. Francis School; St. George’s College; University of the West Indies and Harvard University. Career: Supervisory/Management Positions, Barclays Bank D.C.O., 1959-76; Supervisory/Management Positions, Barclays Bank D.C.O., United Kingdom, Germany, 1965-67; Executive posts, National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd. 1976 – Award: Justice of the Peace, St. Andrew. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: June Audrey Spencer, February 16, 1969; 2 sons. Interests: Bridge, Tennis, Jogging, Swimming, Farming. Clubs: Rotary Club of St. Andrew, Liguanea. Address: (business) 32 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10; Tel. 929-9050-85; (residence) P.O. Box 427, Kingston 6.

CLARKE, Hon. Mr Justice Neville St. Elmo, LL.B. (Hons.), (Lond.) 1965; Attorney-at-Law; Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court since September 15, 1988. Organizations: Member, Board of Governors of the Jamaica Theological Seminary and the Caribbean Graduate School of Theology. Born: Smithville, Clarendon, October 31, 1939; son of William Joseph Clarke, School Teacher and Roxianna Agatha Clarke (nee Dinnall), Postmistress (both dec’d). Educated: Franklyn Town Primary School; Kingston College; London University; Lincoln’s Inn and Inns of Court School of Law. Career: Deputy Clerk of the Courts 1967-68; Clerk of the Courts 1969-70; Private Practice 1970-77; Legal Officer of the Caribbean Cement Company 1978-79; Associate Tutor Norman Manley Law School 1981; Resident Magistrate 1979-88; Acting Puisne Judge 1986-88. Denomination: Christian/Missionary Church Association. Married: Mary Patricia Gibson, August 15, 1970; 3 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Reading, Gardening, Cricket and Athletics. Clubs: Kingston Cricket. Address: (business) Supreme Court, Kingston; Tel. 922-8300.

CLARKE, Oliver Frederick, J.P., B.Sc. (Econ.), F.C.A.; Chartered Accountant. Chairman and Managing Director The Gleaner Co. Ltd. since 1976. Organizations: Chairman – Jamaica National Building Society; PALS Jamaica Ltd.; NCB Investments Ltd. Director - Grace Kennedy & Co. Ltd.; NCB (Ja.) Ltd.; Jamaica Producers Group Ltd.; Independent Radio Company; Caribbean News Agency (CANA); Commonwealth Press Union – London; Inter American Press Association; Inter American Dialogue; President – Building Societies Association of Jamaica. Born: Jamaica, October 19, 1944, son of Hon. Eric Hugh Clarke, Farmer and Businessman, and Zena Whitelocke-Clarke (both dec’d). Educated: DeCarteret School; Sherborne School; London School of Economics. Career: Chartered Accountant (Articled Touche, Ross and Co., London 1966-69); Assistant General Manager, The Westmoreland Building Society 1970; Assistant General Manager, Jamaica National Building Society 1971-75; General Manager, Jamaica National Building Society, January – April 1976. Award: 1990 Americas Award. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Monica Ladd, 1988. Interest: Tennis. Clubs: Liguanea, Jamaica, Georgia Tennis. Address: (business) The Gleaner Company Ltd., 7 North Street, P.O. Box 40, Kingston. Tel. 922-3400; (residence) 29 Millsborough Crescent, Kingston 6.

CLARKE, Owen Mawbey, J.P.; Engineer. Director – Worthy Park Estate Ltd. Born: Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland, June 4, 1908; son of Frederick Lister Clarke, Farmer, and Nora Maud House-Clarke, Housewife (both dec’d). Educated: Munro College, Staunton Military Academy, McGill University. Career: Sixty-three years with Worthy Park Sugar Factory. Award: Jamaican Association of Sugar Technologists and West Indies Sugar Technologists. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Eileen Evelyn Sharp, July 19, 1947; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Golf, Shooting, Fishing. Clubs: Jamaica, Liguanea. Address: Worthy Park, Ewarton, St. Catherine. Tel. 997-8000.

CLARKE, Richard Derrick, (Shrimpy), Boxer/Sales Representative. Professional Boxer since 1981; Jamaican Flyweight Champion since 1982; International Boxing Council Flyweight Title since 1992. Born: Kingston, April 20, 1963; son of Glenford Clarke, Radio/T.V. Technician, and Doreen Clarke, Housewife. Career: Winner of Central American and Caribbean Boxing Title August 25, 1985; Commonwealth Flyweight Boxing Title April 26, 1986; WBC Continental Americas Title December 5, 1986; WBC International Title May 3, 1987; Challenged for WBC World Flyweight Title against Sot Chitalada of Thailand September 7, 1990; Winner of International Boxing Council Title June 12, 1992. Won 26 Fights, lost 6 as a Professional; Won 3 Gold Medals and 4 Silver Medals for Jamaica as an Amateur. Educated: Chetolah Park Primary School; Kingston Secondary School; St. Andrew Technical High School; Eastern Academy. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Children: 3 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: All sports, Listening to music, Reading, Writing, Movies, Coins and Records collecting. Club: Guinness Gym. Motto: “Upward, Onward”. Address: (business) 5 Rosedale Avenue, Kingston C.S.O. 9 (residence) 10 Hampstead Avenue, Kingston 3. Tel. 928-5258/922-5721.

CLARKE, Roger Harold Clifford, J.P; Farmer/Minister of Government. Minister of Local Government and Works since January 1995. Organisations: Executive Committee, P.N.P. since 1982; Director - Rogmor Ltd.; Long Common Farms Ltd. Born: Glen Islay, Westmoreland, June 11, 1940; son of Winston Laurence Clarke, Farmer (dec’d), and Amanda Lurline Watson, Retired Nurse. Educated: Mannings High School. Career: West Indies Sugar Company Ltd., 1958-60; United Estates Ltd., 1961-65; Sevens Estate Ltd., 1965-70; Appleton Estate 1970-83; Bogue Estate Ltd., 1983-86; Elected Member of Parliament for North East St. Elizabeth since September 1991; Minister of State, Ministry of Agriculture, January 1992-January 1995; Minister of Local Government and Works since January 1995. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Sonia Marjorie Bryan, August 6, 1977; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Domino Playing, Golfing, Motoring. Motto: “Be decisive in whatever you do”. Address: (business) 140 Maxfield Avenue, Kingston 10. Tel. 926-8231; (residence) “Stony Hurst”, Balaclava P.O., St. Elizabeth.

CLARKE, Most Rev. Roland Edgerton, D.D.; Minister of Religion, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Kingston since November 23, 1994. Born: Cambridge, St. James, February 14, 1929; son of Roland Clarke, Police Officer/Farmer, and Helen Kameka-Clarke, School Teacher (both dec’d). Educated: Marymount School, Excelsior High School, St. George’s College, St. John’s Seminary (Brighton, Mass., U.S.A.). Career: Civil Servant, Public Works Department 1948-52. Awards: Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation 1983, having served on many School Boards and giving services to several civic and public undertakings for human development in Western parishes in Jamaica. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Interests: Reading historical novels, fostering youth activities and supporting human development programmes. Motto: Omnia Omnibus: “All things to all people.” Club: Honorary Member, Kiwanis. Address: (business) Chancery Office, P.O. Box 43, Kingston 6; Tel. 927-9915.

CLARKE, Simon Alanzo, O.D., J.P., M.A.; D.HL(Hon.) Conn. State University; UNESCO Representative & Education Adviser for the Caribbean. Organizations: Chairman – Montego Bay Community College, St. James Parish Library, National Committee on Social Renewal (Values & Attitudes); Member, Board of Directors – Mutual Life Assurance Society, JAMAL Foundation; Member – Police Services Commission, Advisory Council Jamaica Constabulary Staff College, Jamaica Cultural Development Commission. Born: Canal Zone, Panama, January 5, 1935; son of Frederick Alanzo Clarke and Amis Campbell-Clarke (both dec’d). Educated: Silver City Public School (Panama); Central Branch School (Kingston); Rainbow City Junior High School (Panama); Calabar High School (Kingston), (Headboy 1954); University College of the West Indies; University of London; Moray House College of Education (Edinburgh, Scotland). Career: Teacher, Manning’s High School (Savanna-la-Mar); Calabar High School (Kingston); Resident House Master, Cornwall College (Montego Bay); Founding Principal, Green Island Secondary School (Hanover) 1969-75; first Co-Ordinator, National Youth Service, Ministry of Education 1974; first Principal, Sam Sharpe’s Teachers’ College 1975-85; Senior Director, Air Jamaica 1985-86; UNESCO Education Adviser 1986; UNESCO Representative & Education Adviser for the Caribbean since 1989; Broadcaster and Talk Show Host (JBC Public Eye) 1981-87; Producer and Presenter radio series “Panorama on Education” 1978-85; Television news commentator. Awards: Order of Distinction for services to Education 1975; President’s Medal Central Connecticut State University 1982; Special award Caribbean Mathematics & Science Institute; Centenary Medal, Institute of Jamaica; Honour Award, Association of Science Teachers of Jamaica; Honour Award, Jamaica Reading Association; Jamaica Association of Teacher Educators Award 1986; Universal Negro Improvement Association Marcus Garvey Centenary Award 1987; Doctor of Humane Letters (causa honoris) Connecticut State University 1991; Distinguished Service Award, Rotary Club of Lucea 1995; Outstanding Services to Education Award, Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce & Industry 1995. Publications: Numerous monographs and several papers presented and published in Latin America and the Caribbean, U.S.A., Europe and Asia. Presented numerous speeches on a variety topics in Education, Management and Social and Community Development. Denomination: Baptist. Married: Faye Ellen Smith, June 6, 1959; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Boating, Tennis, Music. Club: Montego Bay Yacht. Address: (business) UNESCO, 25 Dominica Drive, Kingston 5. Tel. 929-7087-9; Fax 929-8468.

CLARKSON, Arthur Brandis: Management and Marketing Consultant. Retired Managing Director Xerox (Jamaica) Ltd. Organizations: Director Lions Club of Kingston 1975-76 and 1976-77. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, August 24, 1938, son of the late David Clarkson, Merchant, and Lettice Mills-Clarkson. Educated: St. Monica’s College; St. George’s College; University of the West Indies. Career: Government Savings Bank 1957-65; Ministry of Education 1965-68; Sales Representative Xerox (Ja.) Ltd. 1968-69; Sales Manager 1969-76; Managing Director 1977-91. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Pamella Marie Gray, October 1, 1960; 2 daughters. Interests: Music, Swimming, Fishing. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Constant Spring Golf, Liguanea. Address: Apt. 2H, (East Block) Embassy Apts., 17 Kingsway, Kingston 10. Tel. 926-4409.

CLIFF, Jimmy, (Na’im Bashir), O.D.; Entertainer, Director Sun Power Productions Limited. Born: Adelphi Land, St. James, Jamaica, July 30, 1944; son of the late Lilbert Chambers and Christine Chambers. Career: Starred in The Harder They Come 1972, The Bongo Man 1979-80. Signed contract with C.B.S. Records 1982 - did first album entitled Special, second album entitled The Power and the Glory (which was nominated for the first Grammy Awards for Reggae 1983), third album entitled Cliff Hangar 1984. Won Grammy Award for Reggae Section in 1985. Starred in Movie Club Paradise 1986. Extensively toured the U.S.A., Europe, Africa and the Caribbean during the period 1982-86. Awards: Norman Manley Award for Excellence in the field of Music 1982, Order of Distinction. Children: 4 sons; 3 daughters. Interests: Music, Sports, Reading, Meditation. Address: 51 Lady Musgrave Road, Kingston 10. Tel. 927-7453.

COBHAM, Jeffrey Carl, B.A. (Hons.), Dip. Mgmt., Banker; Deputy Managing Director, N. C. B. Group since 1995. Organisations: Director N.C.B. Group Ltd., N.C.B. Insurance Services Ltd., Caribbean Home N.C.B. Insurance Co. Ltd., National Commercial Bank (Ja.) Ltd., N.C.B. Trust and Merchant Bank, NCB Investment Ltd., NCB Services Ltd., Pulse Ltd., Montego Bay Little Theatre Co.; Chairman, Cultural Training Centre. Born: St. Michael, Barbados, December 22, 1944; son of Carl Gerald Cobham and Cynthia E. Cobham (both dec’d). Educated: St. Giles Boys’ School, Harrison College, University of the West Indies. Career: Producer/Announcer, Barbados Rediffusion 1963-66; Graduate Trainee Banker, Barclay’s International (London) 1969-71; Marketing Manager, National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd. 1977-81; Assistant General Manager (Staff), National Commercial Bank 1981-84; Senior Manager Western Jamaica NCB 1984-91; Deputy Managing Director, National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd. 1991-95. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Dr. Marjorie Holding, 4th April, 1970; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Classical Guitar, Reading, Photography, Music. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) The Atrium, 32 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10. Tel: 929-9050.

COE, Richard W. T, Dip. M.S. (Dist.), M.I.M., Retail Marketer: Managing Director, Courts (Jamaica) Ltd. since 1994. Organisations: Director, Courts (Jamaica) Ltd.; Courts (Trinidad) Ltd. Born: Westminster, London, May 27, 1947; son of Dr. R. P. K. Coe, Doctor of Medicine, and R. Tebbutt-Coe, Nurse (both deceased). Educated: Kings College School, Wimbledon; Surrey Agricultural College; Seale-Hayne Management College. Career: Agricultural Teacher, Happy Grove High School, Portland 1967-70; Merchandise Manager, Times Store 1972-75; Manager, Curacao Trading Co. 1975-78; Gerente De Ventas -La Curacao, Honduras 1978-80; Account Manager, Microcomputers – Rank Xerox 1980-82; Marketing Director, Courts (Jamaica) Ltd. 1982-90; Managing Director, Courts (Trinidad) Ltd. 1990-94. Married: Herma J. Neufville, July 5, 1969; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Golf, Music. Clubs: Liguanea, Constant Spring Golf. Motto: “Conark Bonus Esse, si hoc infelicum Esse, Dic “Quibus Manibus”, Produc id hoc.” Address: (Business) Courts (Jamaica) Ltd. 79 Slipe Road, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-2110/4.

COHEN, Pete Andrew, J.P.; Managing Director Castle Vue Apts; Founder/Director, Victorious Life Ministries (Computerised Prayer Line System 979-7721); Managing Director, Victorious Life Training Centre, Montego Bay; Missions Co-Ordinator, Outreach Adventures Inc., 1330 Ontario Drive, Tx. 75040, U.S.A. Organizations: Life Members, Lay Magistrate Association; Chapter Member and Director, Optimist Club International (Montego Bay); Co-Ordinator, Training Network Intl. (T-Net) U.S.A. Born: Stirling, Westmoreland, June 17, 1932; son of Walter Cohen, Businessman, and Clara McFarlane-Cohen (both dec’d). Educated: Grange Hill Primary School (Third Jamaica Local Exam); Private Studies. Career: Life Underwriter, Confederation Life 1959-66; Sales Representative, Branch Manager, Company Director, Northern Industrial Garage Ltd. 1964-75; Director, United Way of Jamaica (Western Region) 1985–1987; Member Advisory Committee, National Development Foundation, Montego Bay Branch 1982–1987; Chairman, New Life (2000) Business and Professional Club 1990-93; Vice Chairman, Board of Governors, Montego Bay Secondary School 1989-93; Managing Director, Kohens Auto Parts 1983-94; Organist, St. James Parish Church 1973-90; Organist, St. Paul’s United Church 1990-95. Award: Small Businesses Association of Jamaica Plaque in recognition of contribution as President of St. James Chapter for over 5 years. Denomination: The United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. Married: Zoe Belford, August 3, 1978; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Music, Church Organist, Singing, Art and Craft, Photography, Training (Evangelism/Discipleship). Address: (Residence) 6 Sunrise Close, P.O. Box 1408, Montego Bay P.O.1; Tel. 952-5801.

COKE, Rt. Rev. Raymond George, J.P.; Dip. Theol., Cert. Ed.; Minister of Religion. Pastor Meadowbrook United Church since 1978. Director United Way of Jamaica, Chairman Ecumenical Churches’ Loan Fund, Madge Saunders Trust; Treasurer National Food and Nutrition Coordinating Committee of Jamaica, Executive member Jamaica Council of Churches. Born: Manchester, Jamaica, May 20, 1936, son of the late Wesley Coke, Farmer, and Lena V. Wilson-Coke, Fashion Designer. Educated: Spalding Primary, Franklin Town Primary, Buxton High School, United Theological College, Westhill College (Birmingham, England). Career: Pastor Rural Churches 1960-64, West Bay (Grand Cayman) 1964-70. Cayman Prep. School Board 1967-70, Chaplain Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly 1967-68, First President, Cayman Island Christian Endeavour Union 1967-69, Chairman Surrey Council 1971-73. Christian Education Committee 1980-83, Vice-President Jamaica Council of Churches 1978-81. Moderator 1984–87, President Jamaica Council of Churches 1984–86, Moderator United Church 1984-87. Denomination: Presbyterian. Married: Ruth N. Sessing, March 6, 1962; 2 daughters. Interests: Gardening, Sports, Motoring, World Affairs. Club: Cayman Islands Rotary Club. Address: (business) 2 Flemington Drive, Kingston 19. Tel. 925-5860; (residence) 6 Whitney Drive, Kingston 19. Tel. 925-3327.

COLEY, Gerald Sydney Byron, J.P., B.Sc., M.D.; Doctor of Medicine. Family Practice since 1965. Organizations: Member Medical Association of Jamaica, Past Master, English Freemasonry, and holder of Grand Lodge Honours. Born: Siloah, St. Elizabeth, January 1909, son of Jeremiah Coley, Planter, and Catherine Anderson-Coley (both dec’d). Educated: Siloah Primary School, Dillard and Howard Colleges, Berne University (Switzerland). Career: Pharmacy 1934-47. Various hospitals in Jamaica. Awards: Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation, August 1983, Paul Harris Award from Rotary Club of Montego Bay, Order of Merit for Distinguished Medical Service by the Medical Association of Jamaica. Publications: A Thesis for doctorate Degree in the field of Allergy; The Influence of the Electrolytes Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, and certain heavy metals, on the Precipitation reaction between Bovine Serum Albumin and Antiserum from Rabbits, by Photoelectric Measurements. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Lynette Arone Chin, July 29, 1979; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Gardening, Fishing, Music. Club: Rotary of Montego Bay (Past President). Address: (business) 18 Humber Avenue, P.O. Box 191, Montego Bay. Tel. 952-2555; (residence) Unity Hall, Montego Bay, P.O. Box 191, Jamaica.

COLLINS, Ira Lloyd, J.P.; Consultant. Member Central Whitley Council. Organization: President, Jamaica Government Pensioners Association 1984-90. Born: New York City (U.S.A.), May 23, 1917, son of Peter Uriah Collins, Farmer, and Clarene Gaskin-Collins (both dec’d). Educated: Cambridge Primary School, Cornwall College, London University. Career: Accountant General’s Department (formerly the Treasury) completing as Assistant Accountant General 1938-55. Ministry of Finance 1955-62, Ministry of Health 1962-65, Permanent Secretary 1965-73, retired from the Public Service in July 1973. Private Consultant 1973-78; Department of Housing, Preservation and Development (City of New York, U.S.A.) 1980-81; Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education (Jamaica) 1981-83; Formerly 1st/2nd Vice-President Jamaica Civil Service Association. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Doris Maud MacDonald, December 22, 1942; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Bridge, Reading, Swimming. Club: Jamaica Bridge. Address: (residence) 41 Garden Boulevard, Kingston 6.

COLLISTER, Roy, B.A. (Com.) 1956; F.C.A. 1959; Financial Consultant/Chartered Accountant. Organizations: Chairman, West Indies Alliance Insurance Co. Ltd.; Director, Trafalgar Development Bank, Amalgamated Distributors Ltd., Jamaica Export Credit Insurance Corporation; Chairman, Finance Law and Taxation Committee of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce; Member, Economic Policy Committee of Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, Finance Committee of the University of the West Indies Development & Endowment Fund, Working Group of Inter Ministerial Committee of Caricom Affairs; Trustee, Jamaica Branch of International Executive Service Corps. Born: Douglas, Isle-of-Man (U.K.), July 5, 1935; son of the late William Angus Collister, Company Director and Mary Isobel Flynn-Collister, Housewife. Educated: King Williams College, (Isle-of-Man U.K)., Manchester University. Career: 1959 Joined T. Geddes Grant Ltd., 1972 Appointed Managing Director of Caribbean Group, 1987 Assumed additional post of Group Chairman, retiring in 1992; also served as Group Financial Director/Secretary as well as Managing Director of T. Geddes Grant (Guyana) Ltd., T. Geddes Grant (Jamaica) Ltd., and Chairman of Security Brokers. Ltd. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Sylvia Margaret Corkill, August 31, 1963; 2 sons. Clubs: Liguanea, Jamaica. Address: 47 Temple Meads, Kingston 6.

COLQUHOUNE, G. Barry, Dip. Bus. Admin.; Former General Manager Cifuentes Y Cia. Director Jamaica Exporters’ Association, Industrial Buildings and Properties. Organizations: Zone Chairman (District 60B) – Lions Club International. Born: Springfield, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, son of Simeon Colquhoune, Tailor, and Julia Colquhoune, Dressmaker. Educated: Kingston Technical High School; College of Arts, Science and Technology; Extra Mural Department of the University of the West Indies. Career: Foreman J. Frankau & Co. (Cigar Manufacturers) 1952-57, Manager Monymusk Co-op Credit Union 1957-60, Assistant Accountant- Ariguanabo Company of Jamaica 1960-62, Accountant Jamaica Citrus Growers’ Ltd. 1964-68, Controller Cifuentes Y Cia Ltd. 1968-71. Denomination: Moravian. Married: Daisy, August 30, 1958; 1 son. Interests: Swimming, Music, Gardening. Club: Jamaica. Address: (residence) 28 Ebony Glades, Kingston 8.

COMMISSIONG, Elaine Eloise, MBA; B.Sc., Dip. Ed., UWI; Advertising Executive. Chairman and Executive Director, Corporate Affairs Research and Advertising Ltd. (C.A.R.A.) since 1981 and Marketing Director, C.A.R.A. Projects and Publications Ltd. Organizations: Founding Member Public Relations Society of Jamaica (PRSJ); Member, Advertising Agencies Association of Jamaica (A.A.A.J.). Born: Christiana, Manchester, Jamaica, July 5, 1943, daughter of Walter G. King, retired Teacher, and the late Evelyn M. King, retired Teacher. Educated: Mt. Horeb Primary School, St. Andrew High School, University of the West Indies, University of Toronto (Canada). Career: Teacher and Lecturer of Botany, Zoology, Biology, and Science – St. Hilda’s Diocesan High School 1965-66; Jamaica School of Agriculture 1967-70; Bayview Junior High School (Canada) 1970-73, St. Andrew High School 1973-75, The Queen’s School 1975-77; Education Officer and Television Producer/Director- Education Broadcasting Service 1977-79; Public Relations and Advertising Executive – Public Relations Associates 1979-81. Awards: Certificate of Merit from Advertising Agencies Association of Jamaica for Outstanding Service to Advertising 1984 and 1991; Chairman’s Award for “Service Beyond Duty”" – Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Civic Affairs Committee 1984. Publications: Souvenir of Jamaica – Editor. Denomination: United Church of Jamaica and Grand Cayman. Married: Kenneth Commissiong, July 17, 1975; 1 son. Interests: Reading, Writing, Poetry, Journalistic Writing, Dancing. Motto: “There are no Accidents”. Club: Soroptimist International. Address: (business) C.A.R.A. Ltd., Suites 8-12, Wyndham Kingston Hotel, New Kingston. Tel. 929-6594/929-2388/960-1633; (residence) 1 Kingswood Road, Stony Hill.

COOKE, Rev. Arnold Codfield Stanford, Teacher and Musician. Lecturer in Music- Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College since 1976. Born: St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica, August 20, 1925, son of the late Edgar Stanfield Cooke, Major- Salvation Army, and Leathian Clark/Davis-Cooke. Educated: Waltham College, Manhattan School of Music. Career: Musician- North Coast, with Jamaica Federation of Musicians 1964-73. Senator Junior Chamber of Jamaica since 1969, Chairman for Music, St. James Parish Festival Committee 1977-79. Award: Centenary Medal, Institute of Jamaica 1980. Compositions: Lament and Joy; Piano suite, Winds of Change, Church Music, Sing Christmas. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Thelma Joyce Williams, August 10, 1974; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Reading, Swimming, Writing and Arranging music, Musical development in Jamaica. Clubs: Kiwanis, Jaycees of Jamaica. Address: (business) Sam Sharpe Teacher’s College, Montego Bay, St. James. Tel. 952-0832.

COOPER, Bertram Eleaza, F.C.M.A., F.C.C.A., F.B.I.M.; Chartered Cost and Management Accountant, Certified Accountant, Professional Manager; Executive Chairman of International Travel Services Ltd. since 1978, of ITS Tours Ltd. and of AIDEB Industries Ltd., their Parent Company. Also Chairman of the Board of Management of University Hospital of the West Indies and Director of the Bethel Baptist Healing Ministry. Organizations: Former Chairman of the Board of Grosvenor Developments Ltd.; Citizens Advice Bureau; Jamaica Railway Corporation; Mend-A-Heart Programme; Garden Hill Primary School; Jamaica Fisheries Complex; Eadbirt Investments Ltd.; Former Member of Mount Royal Co-operative Society Ltd.; Director of the Heart Foundation of Jamaica; Member of the National Volunteers Organisation; Rent Assessment Board of the Corporate Area and Tobacco Control Authority; Management Committee – National Stadium; Kiwanis Club of North St. Andrew. Born: Garden Hill, St. Catherine, July 17, 1931, son of the late Raymond E. Cooper, Small Farmer, and Emeriah Armstrong-Cooper. Educated: Garden Hill Primary School, Kingston Commercial College, Swindon Technical College and the School of Accountancy (Glasgow). Career: Asst. Head of Mechanised Accounts - Rentaset Ltd. (Swindon, England) 1961-63; Accountant, Redpoint Ltd. (Swindon, England) 1963-65; Management Accountant, Secretary/Accountant, Finance Director/Company Secretary - B. & J.B. Machado Tobacco Company Ltd. 1965-77; Director/Group General Manager of the West Indies & Caribbean Developments Limited (W.I.C.) Group 1978-84; Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the D. Henderson & Co. Ltd. Group of Companies 1984-91. Denomination: Baptist. Married: Edna Joyce Morgan, January 19, 1957; 1 son, 3 daughters. Interests: Farming, Sports, Government, Reading. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Kiwanis of North St. Andrew. Address: (business) 18 Ripon Road, P.O. Box 135, Kingston 5. Tel. 926-4423, 926-8295, 926-6540; (residence) 5 Grosvenor Heights, Kingston 8. *

COOPER, Beverley Gloria Adassa, Management Consultant. Managing Director, Cygnet Homelink Services (U.K.) Ltd. Higher Horizons School Ltd. Accounts Executive, American Express since 1991. Organizations: Member, Jamaica Foundation for Children, Programme and Allocations Committee, United Way of Jamaica, Projects Evaluation. Born: Wiltshire, England, November 19, 1956; daughter of Caleb Cooper, Engineer and Gertrude Maud Forrester Dressmaker (dec’d). Educated: St. Hugh’s High School; West Central Training College (U.K.). Extra Mural Department-University of the West Indies, Institute of Management and Production. Career: Advertising, West Indian World Newspaper (U.K.), 1975-77; C.E.O./Co-Ordinator, Waltham Forest Women’s Centre (U.K.), 1980-84; C.E.O./Co-Ordinator, Voluntary Action Lewisham, C.V.S.S. (U.K.), 1984-88; Executive Director, V.O.U.C.H., 1988-90; Director of Public Relations, Education and Information Metrication Board 1990-91. Publications: How Do We Manage – a Course in Managing Voluntary Organisations; Producer VOUCH 10th Anniversary awards; The Metric Roadshow. Denomination: Baptist. Children: 1 son, 2 daughters (Divorced). Interests: Entertaining, Developing Education, Music, Children. Address: (business) 38 Stilwell Road, Kingston 8.

COOPER, Cecil Harvey, B.F.A. (Hons.); Artist; Head of Painting Department, Edna Manley School College of the Visual & Performing Arts since 1980. Born: Hanover, Jamaica, June 17, 1946; son of Sylvan Cooper and Ruby Cooper (both retired). Educated: St. George’s College; Edna Manley School College of the Visual & Performing Arts (formerly Jamaica School of Art); School of Visual Arts (New York). Career: Art Tutor, Calabar High School 1966-70; Co-ordinator Workshop, Inner City Fine Art (New York) 1973-76; Art Tutor, High School in the Community (New Haven, Connecticut) 1979-80. Award: Bronze Musgrave Medal 1993. Divorced: 3 daughters. Interest: Singing Opera. Club: Jamaica Musical Theatre Company. Address: (business) Edna Manley College, Arthur Wint Drive, Kingston 5. Tel. 929-2350/3; (residence) Skyline Drive, Jacks Hill P.A., St. Andrew; Tel. 977-1598.

COOPER, J. Gary, Diplomat/American Ambassador to Jamaica since November 1994. Born: Lafayette, Louisiana, October 2, 1936; son of Algernon Johnson Cooper and Gladys Mouton Cooper (both deceased). Educated: University of Notre Dame (Economics/Finance); Harvard University (Senior Management in Government). Career: 1958-91 U.S. Marine Corps General Officer; 1974-78 Member of Alabama Legislature; 1978-81 Cabinet Member, Commissioner of Human Resources; 1980-85 President, Insurance Company; 1977-92 Founder Board Chairman of National Bank; 1987-89 Assistant Secretary, U.S. Air Force; 1994 Senior Vice President, Engineering Firm. Awards: Military – Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, two Purple Hearts and the Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross with Palm, Silver and Bronze Stars. Civilian – NAACP Roy Wilkins Meritorious Service Award and Benjamin J. Hooks Meritorious Service Award; Notre Dame Club of Alabama Man of the Year Award and John J. Cavanaugh Award from the Alumni Association of Notre Dame. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Beverly Martin-Cooper, March 30, 1991; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Scuba, Gold, Exercise. Address: (Business) U. S. Embassy, Mutual Life Building, 2 Oxford Road, Kingston 10; Tel: 929-4859/8.

COOPER, Paul George William, Attorney-at-Law; Partner Livingston, Alexander and Levy since 1979. Organisations: Director - Diversey Jamaica Ltd., Communication Consultants Ltd.; Barita Unit Trusts Management Company Ltd. Born: December 1, 1945, son of Alfred E. Cooper, Businessman, and Carmen S. Cooper, Housewife, (both dec’d). Educated: St. George’s College. Awards: Salvation Army’s “Others Award”; Gleaner’s Certificate of Merit. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Carina E. Henriques, December 22, 1971; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Hunting, Shooting, Swimming, Reading, Horseback riding, Community Service. Motto: “Excellence”. Clubs: Rotary Club of Kingston, Jamaica Club, Kingston Polo Club, Jamaica Gun Club, Jamaica Rifle Association. Address: (business) 72-76 Harbour Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-6310-9.

COSTA, Michael Enos Nuttall, Solicitor & Attorney-at-Law; Consultant with Robinson, Phillips & Whitehorne since 1977. Organisation: Director, R. S. Gamble & Son Ltd. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, July 7, 1928; son of Charles Arscott Costa, Accountant and Dorothy Gertrude (Nee Nuttall) (both deceased). Educated: Jamaica College, then privately; Articled to John Henry Cargill ,Senior Partner of Cargills Hendry & Graham. Career: Associate with Gargill & Graham 1951-56, Partner then Senior Partner until 1977 when the firms of Cargill & Graham and Robinson, Phillips & Whitehorne merged. Married: Ruth McGann, April 4, 1963; 1 daughter. Denomination: Protestant. Interests: Historical research, Reading, Rifle shooting. Club: Jamaica Rifle. Address: (Business) 13 Duke Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-2134; (Residence) 1 Montrose Road, St. Andrew.

COTTERELL, Altman, Hubert Valentine, J.P., M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S., F.A.C.S, F.R.S.A.; Medical Practitioner. Consultant Surgeon Specialist, Oxford Medical Centre and Nuttall Memorial Hospital since 1990. Associate Lecturer in Surgery- University Hospital of the West Indies since 1978. Member Board of Examiners in Surgery (U.W.I.), Post-graduate Board of Surgery- Faculty of Medicine - (U.W.I.), Board of Trustees- Nuttall Memorial Hospital. Chief Examiner Medical Council of Jamaica. Chairman, Medical Dispute Tribunal of Jamaica. Organizations: Advisor to Pan American Health Organisation, on Management of the Diabetic Foot in the Caribbean; Member Medical Association of Jamaica, Guild of Graduates (U.W.I.). Co-founder and first Treasurer- Medical Society- University Hospital of the West Indies; Member Priory School Trust Council. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica April 5, 1930, son of the late Arthur H.V. Cotterell, retired Government Officer, and Myrtle Palmer-Cotterell. Educated: Wolmer’s Boys’ School, University College of the West Indies, Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh). (Won University prize in Surgery 1955; full colours in track athletics, and individual winner- track championships 1952-53. President University Debating Society). Career: Assistant M.O. Savanna-la-Mar 1959. Surgeon, Kingston Public Hospital 1960-61, Surgical Registrar- U.C.W.I. Hospital 1962, and Demonstrator Human Anatomy 1963. Surgeon Children’s Hospital 1965, Kingston Public Hospital 1966, S.M.O. Isaac Barrant Hospital 1966-77. Delegate for Jamaica to European Symposium on Anaerobic Sepsis (Amsterdam, Holland) 1981; Senior Medical Officer, Kingston Public Hospital 1981-90; Consulting Surgeon Specialist (K.P.H.) 1977-90; Chairman Medical Advisory Committee to the Ministry of Health 1981-90; Governor to the American College of Surgeons 1984-90; President of the Association of Government Medical Consultants 1987-90. Research and Presentations: “Colon Graft replacement of the Oesophagus for Carcinoma of the Oesophagus”, “An Analysis of the Pattern of Surgery in the Eastern Portland, Eastern St. Thomas Region”, “Surgery in Burgher’s Disease”, “Vagotomy in the Management of Peptic Ulcer”, “Urinary Retention”, “Tropical Ulcer”, “Carcinoma Rectum”, “A Mode of clinical Presentation of Pulmonary Thrombo-Embolism”, “A randomised comparison of Cefotaxine and Clindamycin: Gentamycin in Patient with penetrating abdominal wounds and spontaneous bowel perforation”, 13th International Congress of Chemotherapy, Vienna, Austria; “The Elderly in the Caribbean” - Chapter on “Malignancy in the Aging Patient” (UWI Press) 1987; “Manual on the Care of the Diabetic Foot – Chapter on “Control of infection: Surgical Management” (PAHO -WHO) 1988. Award: The Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation for services in Medicine 1983. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Elizabeth Anne Goodin, September 7, 1963; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Art, Architecture. Clubs: Rotary Club of Kingston, Eastern Jamaica Anglers’ Association, Kingston Cricket, Constant Spring Golf. Address: (business) Oxford Medical Centre, 2H Old Hope Road, Kingston 5. Tel. 926-1525; (residence) 11 Manor Park Drive, Kingston 8.

COWAN, Thomas (Tommy), Music Producer. Leading Master of Ceremonies for Reggae concerts world-wide namely Reggae Sunsplash, Sting, Fresh, Ram Jam. Chairman Talent Corporation Ltd. – Eko Records. Born: New Market, St. Elizabeth, April 6, 1946, son of Thomas Cowan, retired Lay Preacher/Farmer, and the late Alice Cowan. Educated:Nightingale Grove, Half Way Tree Primary, Waulgrove College, Studied Dale Carnegie, Public Speaking course, Advertising & Marketing course, JCDC. Career: Singer ‘The Jamaicans’ 1966-76. Marketing Manager, Dynamic Sounds 1970-77. Worked with Bob Marley and the Wailers and have toured parts of Japan, Mexico, Europe, Canada and United States. Hit songs include Ba Ba Boom, ‘Things You Say’, I believe in music. Awards: Best M.C. Binns 1983, 1989; Award of Honour,Jamaica Federation of Music 1990, Binns writer song of the year , Winnie Mandela 1987; Honour award, Binn entertainment for outstanding contribution to the development of our culture in the field of music; Martin award of honour 1990-91; Best M.C., Reggae Report Magazine 1989. Denomination: Methodist. Children: 2 sons, 5 daughters. Interest: Swimming. Address: (business) 39 Gallery Way, Kingston 5. Tel. 929-3156.

COX, Joseph Benjamin Burke, B.Sc. (Econ.) M.Sc. (Hon.), Economist. Former Director, Corporate Development, Island Life Insurance Co.; Director Business Advisory Services Ltd. Born: Birmingham, England, January 23, 1962, son of Vivian Cox, Electrical Engineer, and Lurline Cox, Housewife. Educated: Jamaica College; University of the West Indies. Career: Statistical Institute of Jamaica 1984; Planning Institute of Jamaica 1985; Workers Bank 1988; Private Sector Organization of Jamaica 1988. Special Honours/Awards: University Bursary 1982-84; Press Association of Jamaica Award for Business and Commerce. Creative Works: ‘Minibus Ride’; Radio Programmes ‘Money Matters’, ‘Financially Speaking’ on KLAS FM. Married: Janelle Evadny Young, May 21, 1988. Denomination: Anglican. Interests: Badminton, Reading. Club: Kiwanis. Address: (business) 4 St Lucia Avenue, Kingston 5. Tel. 926-1430-9; (residence) No. 2 Musgrave Manor, 17-19 Lady Musgrave Road, Kingston 5.

COX, Orville Woodrow, C.D.; Attorney-at-Law. Solicitor (England) and Notary Public of Jamaica. Partner- Orville, Cox and Co. since 1972. Organizations: Chairman, Tropical Insurance Ltd., Director, Bank of Nova Scotia (Jamaica) Ltd. Member International Bar Association, Jamaica Bar Association; Founding Member- World Association of Lawyers., Member International Bar Association, Jamaica Bar Association. Born: Ocho Rios, St. Ann, April 22, 1934. Educated: Calabar High School, Law Society College of Law, Colorado University. Career: Formerly Chairman Public Utilities Commission, Road Traffic Appeal Board and Island Beautification Committee. Director – Air Jamaica Ltd. Member – National Peat Committee. Award: Recipient of the Island Prize for Best Male Performance in Drama 1958. Denomination: Anglican. Divorced: 1 daughter. Interests: Golf, Gardening. Motto: “The utmost for the highest”. Clubs: Liguanea, Constant Spring Golf. Address: (business)17 Ruthven Road, Kingston 10. Tel. 929-3477-9; (residence) Embassy Apt., Kings Way, Kingston 10.

CRAIG, Karl R.T., (Jerry), N.D.D., M.F.A.; Artist, Designer, Art Educationalist, Art and Craft Consultant. Lecturer in Art and Craft - Faculty of Education – University of the West Indies since 1983. Chief External Examiner for Teacher Training Colleges in Jamaica, Belize, Bahamas. Director Ital Herbs & Spices. Organizations: Board Member Association for Children with Learning Disabilities, The National Gallery of Jamaica Limited. Born: Montego Bay, May 27, 1936, son of Major Karl Thompson Davis Craig, Army Major/Steward- University of the West Indies, and Kathleen M. Webster Fitch-Craig (both dec’d). Educated: Kathleen Gabay’s Preparatory School, Cornwall College, London College of Printing, Goldsmith’s College , Maryland Institute College of Art (USA), St. Martin’s School of Art (England). Career: Part-time Teacher and Freelance Artist 1957-59, Art Teacher Eltham Green Comprehensive School (England) 1960-66, Senior Lecturer Art and Craft – Avery Hill College (England) 1966-71, Director Jamaica School of Art 1971-81, Director of Product Design and Development- Things Jamaican Limited 1981-83. Established Departments of Textiles, Jewelcraft and Art Education - Jamaica School of Art. Assisted in developing Art and Craft curriculum for the general school system of Jamaica. External Assessor Burrows School of Art (Guyana) 1979, Technical Co-ordinator- O.A.S. Regional Craft Seminar for English-speaking Caribbean. Represented Jamaica at numerous overseas conferences and seminars on Arts and Craft. Served on several Committees and Boards, including National Gallery of Jamaica, National Institute of Craft, Institute of Jamaica, Publications Committee, CXC Resource Person for Syllabus Development and Examination System. Awards: Silver Carifesta Medal for Art and Craft 1976, Marcus Garvey Award for Excellence in the field of Art 1976, Institute of Jamaica Centenary Award for contribution to the development of Art and Craft- 1981, Silver Musgrave Medal – Institute of Jamaica, for contribution to Art and Art Education in Jamaica. Publications: Children’s Books Emmanuel Goes to Market; Emmanuel and His Parrot- Oxford University Press; Several Papers to O.A.S. Seminars. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Christine Angella Lynch, May 16, 1964; 2 daughters. Interests: Gardening, Listening to music, Reading, Swimming, Travelling, Furniture and Interior designing. Clubs: Artist and Craftsman’s Guild, Morgan’s Harbour. Address: (business) School of Education, University of the West Indies, Mona, Kingston 7. Tel. 927-2341; (residence) 3 Tankerville Avenue, Kingston 3. Tel. 927-6253.

CRAIG, Hon. William Joseph Henry (Billy), Banker; Insurance Executive; Real Estate Developer. Chairman, Billy Craig Group of Companies; Custos Rotulorum, St. James since 1983. Organizations: Chairman - Billy Craig Finance and Merchant Bank Ltd.; Billy Craig Building Society; Billy Craig Investments Ltd.; Billy Craig Insurance Brokers Ltd.; J. E. Kerr (Succ..) Ltd.; Glenrosa Ltd. Trade All Ltd.; Lagoon Development Co. Ltd. and its Subsidiaries. . Born: Montego Bay, St. James, December 27, 1930, son of William George Davis Craig, Wharfinger, and Mavis Clare-Craig, Housewife (both dec’d). Educated: Mt. Alvernia Prep. School and Cornwall College. Career: Clerk- Bank of Nova Scotia (Jamaica) Ltd. 1948-50; Sales Rep., Bryden and Evelyn 1950-52; Branch Manager- Bryden and Evelyn 1952-56; Sales Manager M.G.M. McIntosh 1956-59; Sales Rep., Standard Life Assurance Company 1959; Founded Billy Craig Insurance Brokers Ltd.. 1959. Award: Prime Minister’s Award for Community Service. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Shirley Ann Greene, August 6, 1960; 1 son, 3 daughters. Interests: Swimming, Yachting, Deep Sea Fishing. Clubs: Past Master Friendly Lodge #383 EC; Holder of Grand Lodge Honours.; Commodore Emeritus – Montego Bay Yacht; Honorary Member, Rotary and Kiwanis of Montego Bay, Lions of Montego Bay; Liguanea, Jamaica Club; Trustee, Montego Bay Boys Club. Address: (business) Billy Craig Insurance Ltd., 17 Dome Street, Montego Bay; (residence) “Allspyce”, Unity Hall, St. James.

CRANSTON, Robert Emanuel, B.Sc (Econ. Hons.), M.Sc., Acctg., F.C.A. Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accountants, Jamaica; Chartered Accountant. General Manager, BRC Jamaica Ltd. since February 1993; Director – Mutual Life Assurance Society; Bloody Bay Hotel Development; Burger King Jamaica Ltd.; Jamaica Hotels Ltd.; International Hotels; NEM General Insurance Co.; Star Travel Service. Organizations: Former Chairman Charlemont High School; Auditor, Guild of Graduates Jamaica Branch. Born: St. Catherine, May 30, 1944; son of the late Limwell Cranston, (self-employed) and Julia Cranston (nee Thomas) housewife. Educated: St. Jago High School; C.A.S.T.; University of the West Indies. Career: Management Trainee, Sprostons Jamaica Ltd. 1970-71; Chief Accountant, Bata Shoe Company, 1971-76; Financial Controller, Agricultural Marketing Corporation, 1976-78; Financial Controller, Air Jamaica, 1978-83; General Manager, Broadway Group, 1983-84; Finance Director, Crawford, Fletcher Insurance Brokers, 1985-89; Managing Director, Trans Jamaica Airlines 1989-92. Denomination: Christian. Married: Beverley Ugine Smith, December 3, 1977; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Chess, Lawn Tennis, Amateur Photography. Motto: ‘Serve others as you wish to be served.” Clubs: Liguanea, Constant Spring Golf. Address: (business) BRC Jamaica Limited, White Marl, Spanish Town, St. Catherine. Tel. 984-2562; (residence) Fort Charles, Long Lane, Kingston 8 (P.O. Box 474)

CRAWFORD, Donovan Earl, J.P., Banker/Businessman. Chairman/C.E.O. – Century National Bank Ltd.; Century National Merchant Bank and Trust Co. Ltd.; Century National Building Society; Century National Development Co.; Chairman, Jamaica Grande (formerly Americana and Mallards Beach Hotels). Organizations: Director – Regardless Ltd.; Blue Cross of Jamaica; American Chamber of Commerce; Board Member, Calabar High School; Meadowbrook High School; Honorary Treasurer, Jamaica Medical Foundation. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, February 22, 1944, son of the late Ucal Crawford, Pharmacist, and Alma B. Crawford, retired Secretary. Educated: Calabar High School; College of Arts, Science and Technology; University of Western Ontario. Career: At the Bank of Nova Scotia: 1962, Teller/Clerk; 1965 Officer-in-Charge of Santa Cruz Sub-Branch; 1967-69 Accountant, Black River Branch; 1970-71 Manager, Morant Bay Branch; 1971-75 Manager, Montego Bay Branch;1975-78 Various Senior Managerial positions at Main Branch; 1979-83 Senior Assistant Manager, Scotia Centre.1984-86 General Manager, Girod Bank (Ja.) Ltd.,1986-88 Managing Director, Century National Bank Ltd. Award: Good Samaritan Award (Harmony in the Home). Denomination: Methodist. Married: Claudine Elena Bullock, July 10, 1977; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Golf, Swimming, Soccer, Motor Racing. Clubs: Tryall Golf & Country, Liguanea. Motto: “The Utmost for the Highest” . Address: (business) Century National Bank, 14-20 Port Royal Street, Kingston, Tel. 922-3313-6. (residence) P.O. Box 196, Sterling Castle, Red Hills, St Andrew.

CRAWFORD, Vivian, B.Sc. (Econ.), M.B.A., Financial Management. Former General Manager, Citizens Building Society. Organizations: Director – Citizens Insurance Agency Board; Citizens Building Society Board; V.O.U.C.H. Board; Ward Theatre Foundation Board; Member of Council, Building Society Association of Jamaica; College of Arts, Science and Technology; Lecturer – Institute of Management and Production; Management Institute for National Development. Born: Moore Town, Portland, May 4, 1940; son of the late William Crawford, Farmer, and Etty Crawford, Housewife. Educated: Mico College; University of the West Indies, Nova University. Career: Commercial Manager, Jamaica Telephone Company Ltd. 1972-73; Chief Internal Auditor, Jamaica Mortgage Bank, 1973-81; Chief Inspector, Citizens Bank, 1981-89; General Manager, Citizens Building Society 1989. Awards: Max Henry Kiwanis Memorial Prize (U.W.I.); Mico College 150th Anniversary Medal. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Carva Whyte, December 12, 1970; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Football, Liturgical Music, Antique Collecting, Voluntary Service. Club: Future Fitness. Motto: “Serendipity”. Address: (residence) P.O. Box 478, Kingston 8.

CRIDLAND, Bernard Newton, J.P.; Company Director. Managing Director Andrew H.B. Aguilar Ltd. since 1975. Director Everwear Sportswear. Organizations: Past District Governor- Lions Club International, Past President Jamaica Rifle Association. Born: St. Catherine, Jamaica, March 28, 1925, son of the late Simon A.P. Cridland, Farmer, and Inez Aguilar-Cridland. Educated: Wolmer’s Boys’ School. Career: Store Clerk- Aguilar’s 1944, rising to position of Managing Director 1975. Married: Shirley Clemetson, December 7, 1963; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: All sports, especially shooting. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Jamaica, Liguanea, Jamaica Rifle, Jamaica Gun, Lions International. Address: (business) 95 Harbour Street, P.O. Box 406, Kingston. Tel. 922-1880-1; (residence) 55A Lady Musgrave Road, Kingston 10. Tel. 927-5237.

CROOKS, Arthur Charles, J.P.; Former Administrative Manager /Director Impact General Distributors Ltd. Organizations: Executive Member- Jamaica Civil Service Association, Treasurer Heads of Government Department Conference, Director of Kiwanis Club of Kingston, Vice-Chairman Unity Preparatory School. Born: Black River, St. Elizabeth, November 30, 1924, son of Christopher Maitland Crooks, Government Employee, and Charlotte Dunkley-Crooks (both dec’d). Educated: Black River Elementary School, Black River High School, Lincoln’s Inn (London). Career: Assistant Clerk of Courts 1947, Appointed Deputy Clerk of Courts 1957, Acted as Clerk of Courts 1958-62. Appointed Clerk of the Courts, Registrar of Companies, Trustees and Lands of the Cayman Islands 1963. Acted as Clerk of Courts (Jamaica) 1966-68; Coroner – Cayman Islands 1970. Retired Civil Servant . Trustee in Bankruptcy for Supreme Court of Jamaica 1971-87. Awards: Jamaica Civil Servant long service award for 41 years; Kiwanian of 1984-85. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Cynthia Eloise Fuller, November 19, 1981; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Swimming, Dancing. Address: (business) 56A Molynes Road, Kingston 10, Tel. 923-4639; (residence) 121 Border Avenue, Havendale, Kingston 19, St. Andrew. Tel:925-6609.

CROSSWELL-BRANDT, Felicity Ann: Managing Director, Management Security Consultants Ltd. since 1983. Organisations: Director, Geddes Refrigeration; Executive Committee Member, Jamaica Horse Association; Regional Representative for Mitchell International, British Speaking Caribbean and Central America. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, October 26, 1951; son of Noel Alfred Crosswell, C.M.G., Commissioner of Police, Jamaica Constabulary and Barbara Ellen Bate (both deceased). Educated: Servite Convent of the Assumption, Brown’s Town; St. Andrew High School for Girls. Career: 1979-83 Admin. & Operations Director, Guardsman Ltd. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Children: 1 daughter. Interests: Polo, Music, Tennis, Gardening. Clubs: Kingston Polo, Liguanea, Chukka Cove. Address: (Business) 23 Lady Musgrave Road, Kingston 5; Tel. 978-6114; (Residence) Cottage 111, Lydford Park, Golden Grove, St. Ann.

CUERVO, Kenneth Antonio, Electrical & Refrigeration Contractor. Managing Director Encon (Ja.) Ltd. since 1982. Director, Encon Air Ltd., Jamaica Export Inks Ltd., Inks & Paints (Ja.) Ltd. Organization: Member, Electrical Contractors Association. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, March 31, 1945; son of the late Antonio Cuervo, Electrical Engineer and Gloria Cuervo, Housewife. Educated: St. George’s College; C.A.S.T. Career: Production Manager, J.B. Industries Ltd. (Canada), 1977-80; General Manager, J.B. Industries Ltd., (Canada), 1980-82. Award: 10 Years Continuous Service to the Electrical Contractors Association. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Marjorie F. Beckwith, July 4, 1970; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Boating, Fishing, Badminton. Clubs: Kiwanis, Royal Jamaica Yacht Club. Address: (business) 2 Rosemount Avenue, Kingston 4. Tel. 928-2651.

CUMMING, George Louis, B.Sc., Marketing 1970. Marketing Director, Courts (Jamaica) Ltd. since 1993. Organisations: Director – Courts (Jamaica) Ltd.; Deryck A. Gibson Ltd.; Infochannel Ltd. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, January 21, 1948; son of George L. Cumming, Professional Golfer and Dorrit Cumming (nee Marchalleck), (both dec’d). Educated: St. Andrew’s College (Canada); Florida Southern College. Career: Marketing Officer, Bank of Nova Scotia, Ja. Ltd., 1970-1972; Business Development Manager, Bank of Nova Scotia. (Ja.) Ltd., 1972-73; Production Group Manager, Carreras of Ja. Ltd., 1973-77; Rothmans International, various positions 1977-87; Group Marketing Manager, Gibson Group of Companies 1988; Vice President Marketing, ICD 1989-90; Courts (Ja.) Ltd., Marketing Manager 1990-93 and Marketing Director since 1993. Married: Deborah Gibson, July 9, 1989, 1 son, 1 daughter Interests: Reading, Running, Photography. Address: (business) 79-81A Slipe Road, Kingston 5. Tel: 926-2110-4. (residence) 2A Braywick Road, Kingston 6.

CUNNINGHAM, Donald Ford, Bank Executive. Assistant General Manager, Marketing, NCB Group Limited since November 1990; Director N.C.B. Nominees Ltd. Organization: Past President, Breakfast Optimist Club of Kingston Born: Bull Savannah, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, April 15, 1942, son of the late Jasper Cunningham and Madge Hazle Hurst. Educated: Excelsior High School. Career: Internal Auditor, R. Hanna & Sons Ltd. 1961; Trustee Dept., Barclay’s Bank 1961-77; Trustee Dept., National Commercial Bank 1977-81; N.C.B. Trust & Merchant Bank 1981-86. Denomination: United Church. Married: May Deloris Francis, November 14, 1988; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Golf, Music, Dancing. Motto: “Always striving for the best.” Clubs: Liguanea, Constant Spring Golf Address: (business) National Commercial Bank (Jamaica) Ltd., 32 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 5; Tel. 929-9050/89; (residence) 4 Elizabeth Close, Queenhill, Red Hills.

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