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GAGER, Wyvolyn Lamoore, B.A., Journalist. Former Editor-In-Chief, The Gleaner Company Ltd., left company 2001. Born: Trelawny, Jamaica, September 15, 1954, daughter of Eric Gager, Farmer, and Cenda Esther Maud Gager, Housewife. Educated: Westwood High School, Excelsior School, University of the West Indies. Career: Pre-Train Teacher Warsop All-Age School 1973-1975, Daily Gleaner 1975-1977, One of the first female News Editor at the Gleaner, JBC 1983-1987. Awards: PAJ Theodore Sealy Award for Best News Story 1990. Married: Trevor Patterson, April 27, 1991, 2 sons. Interests: Reading, Music, Photography. Address: (business) The Gleaner Company Ltd., 7 North Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-3400 (residence) 53 Shenstone Drive, Kingston 6.

GALLIMORE, Rev. Dr. Gerald Osborne, M.A., Evangelist/Radio Announcer; President and Chief Executive Officer, Youth for Christ International since 1991. Organizations: Jamaica Association of Evangelicals; Youth for Christ International - Americas Born: St. Ann, Jamaica, August 29, 1938; son of G.W.A. Gallimore. Educated: College of Arts, Science and Technology, Denver Baptist Seminary. Career: Purchasing Clerk, Gleaner Company Limited 1957; United Printers Ltd. 1958-60; Costing Clerk, United Printers Ltd. 1961; Medical Representative for five years; Administrative Executive for two years, Mead Johnson Jamaica Ltd.; Executive Director Jamaica Youth for Christ for 17 years; Area Director, Youth for Christ International - Americas for 6 years; Secretary to Board of Youth For Christ International 1974-77. Awards: Prime Minister’s Award 1984; Honorary Doctorate awarded by the Caribbean Graduate School of Theology in June 1994. Denomination: Baptist. Married: Sonia Elaine Wright, February 23, 1963; 1 son 2 daughters Interests: Fishing, Reading. Address: Youth for Christ World Headquarters, Raffles City, P.O. Box 214, Singapore 9117 or 1 Colombo Court, No. 8-14 Singapore 06177; Tel. 338-7944.

GALLIMORE, Hon. Neville Eden, C.D., M.P., B.A., M.D.; Farmer, Medical Practitioner. Member of Parliament for South West St. Ann since 1967. Organizations: Formerly Deputy Treasurer, Deputy Chairman, Deputy Leader - Jamaica Labour Party. Co-founder and Chairman - Board of Governors Aboukir Educational Institute. Born: St. D’Acre, St. Ann, January 29, 1939; son of G.W.A. Gallimore former M.P. for South West Ann, and Myrtle Elite Binn-Gallimore. Educated: Wolmer’s Boys’ School, West Indies and Pacific Union Colleges, Universidad Autononoma de Guadalajara (Mexico). Career: 1967 Member of Parliament, South West St. Ann, 1972/1976/1980 re-elected; 1969-72 Parliamentary Secretary Ministry of External Affairs. Has represented Jamaica at several overseas conferences and delivered Jamaica’s Policy Speech to the United Nations in 1969 and 1970. Minister of State - Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade 1980-84, Minister of Social Security 1984-86, Minister of Education 1986-89. Denomination: Seventh-Day Adventist. Married: Edith Angela Holgate, 1961; 2 sons, 2 daughters, 7 foster children. Interests: Scientific Farming, Volley Ball, Table Tennis, Squash, Listening to Classical Music. Address: (residence) “St. D’Acre House” St. D’Acre, St. Ann.

GAMBRILL, Anthony Ashley, B.A.; Public Relations Consultant/ Advertising Executive. Managing Director CGR Communications Ltd. since 1974; Chairman CGR Communications Limited since 1987; Director Premiere Productions Ltd. Organizations: Jamaican Historical Society; Past President Advertising Agencies Association of Jamaica. Born: Sale, Cheshire, United Kingdom, June 30, 1935, son of Henry Philip Gambrill, Businessman (retired) and Doreen Rees-Gambrill (retired). Educated: University of British Colombia. Career: British Columbia Telephone Company; Art and Publicity Ltd.; McCann Erickson (Ja.) Ltd.; Originator of “8 o’clock Jamaica Time.” Married: Linda Elizabeth Desnoes, January 18, 1970; 2 daughters. Interests: Historical Research, Theatrical Production, Tennis. Clubs: Liguanea, IDL Address: (business) 29 Munroe Road, Kingston 6; Tel, 977-5060.

GAYLE, Elsie Mavis Claire, B.A., M.Sc.; Educator, Principal North Street Excelsior (Specialized Division) since 1979. Organizations: Professional English Honour Society Sigma Tau Delta. American Association of University Women, Executive United Church Women (Ja.), U.S.A. Association of High School Principals, Carib. Association of Principals, J.T.A. Board of Christian Education, Leadership Training Board, Chairman and Founder - Operation Discovery Board. Executive Council Church of God in Jamaica, National President, Fellowship of the Women of the Church of God. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, May 12, daughter of the late Edward Charles Gayle, Planter, and Clarissa Henrietta Edwards-Gayle. Educated: Private Schools, Ardenne High School, Anderson College, Indiana University. Career: Teacher of English Ardenne, Specialized Administration and Guidance in Education, Seconded to Warner Pacific College (Accredited) 1960-63, as Professor of English, Head Department of Literature, Chairman Humanities Division. Further Post Graduate Work Indiana University Summer Sessions 1960-63, Deputy Principal Ardenne 1964, Principal Ardenne High School 1969-78. Denomination: Christian. Interests: Reading, Art (painting), Sewing. Address: (residence) 31 Hope Boulevard, Hope Pastures, Kingston 6.

GAYLE, Rubye Louise, Teacher; Former General Secretary, Jamaica Council of Churches. Organizations: Executive Member, Advisory Committee Bureau of Womens’ Affairs; Caribbean Representative International Committee for World Day of Prayer; Executive Member, C.V.S.S. 1988; President, Caribbean Baptist Women’s Union. Born: April 8, 1927; daughter of Byrant Perry, small Farmer, and Cassandra Perry, Housewife (both dec’d). Educated: Clarksonville School, Cave Valley; Shortwood Teacher’s College, U.W.I. Career: Head Dept. of Home Economics, St. Ann’s Bay Secondary School 1962-65; President, Jamaica Home Economics Association 1980-82; Head, Dept. of Home Economics, Ardenne High School 1976-87; President, Caribbean Baptist Women’s Union 1988. Awards: Jamaica Council of Churches’ Award; Jamaica Baptist Union Award for Outstanding Contribution. Publications: Co-author Home Economics for Caribbean Schools (Heinemann) CAHE. Denomination: Baptist. Married: Rev. Clement Gayle, July 20, 1957. Interests: Travelling, Entertaining, Reading, Music, Theatre. Address: Tanglewood, P.O. Box 65, St. Ann’s Bay; Tel. 972-2095.

GEDDES, Arthur Jelf Selbourne, B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D.; Geologist: Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public Utilities and Transport. Organizations: Director, Petronol; Petcom; Petrojam (Ethanol); Petrojam (Belize); Jamaica Bureau of Standards; Chairman, Jamaica Committee of World Energy; Jamaica Committee IGCP; Vice Chairman, Consultative Council of Directors of Geological Surveys Latin America and the Caribbean; President, Constant Spring Golf Club; Vice President, Jamaica Geological Society. Born: St. Mary; son of Ralph Geddes (deceased) and Albertha Geddes (retired). Educated: Mico Teachers’ College; University of the West Indies; City University (New York); Northwestern University (Illinois); Western Australia School of Mines (Perth, Australia). Career: 1973-76 Head, Economic Survey Unit, Geological Survey Division, Ministry of Mining & Energy; 1976-80 Head, Industrial Minerals Unit, Geological Survey Division, Ministry of Mining & Energy; 1980-89 Director, Geological Survey Division, Ministry of Mining & Energy;1989-91 Technical Director/Director of Energy/Power, Ministry of Mining & Energy; 1991-93 Technical Director, Ministry of Public Utilities, Transport & Energy; 1993-95 Chief Technical Director, Ministry of Public Utilities, Mining & Energy; Since January 1995 Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public Utilities & Transport. Publications/Papers: 1980 Occurrences of Titantium-rich Magnetic Sand in Western Jamaica; Serge Island Marble Deposits (9th Caribbean Geological Conference); 1981 The Occurrence and Benefication Prospects of Jamaican Mineral Sand; Research in the Jamaican Geological Surveys, Paper presented at Regional Geological Survey Seminar (Publication of Commonwealth Secretariat, London); Raw Minerals available for the Building Industry in Jamaica, Paper presented at International Industrial Minerals Workshop (Publication of Commonwealth Secretariat); Methodology for the evaluation of Mineral Reserves, Paper presented at International Industrial Minerals (Publication of Commonwealth Secretariat); 1982 Remote Sensing and Telecommunication operations in Jamaica, Paper presented at UNISPACE Conference, Quito, Ecuador; Investment opportunities in Industrial Minerals in Jamaica, Paper presented at Jamaica National Investment Seminar, Toronto, Canada; 1983 Industrial Minerals of Jamaica, Industrial Minerals Magazine; 1986 Economic assessment of the Serge Island Marble Deposit; 1989 Regional Geochemical Studies in Jamaica, Industrial Minerals Magazine; 1990 Mining, Minerals and the Environment in Jamaica; Proceedings of Seminar in Sustainable Development in Jamaica. Denomination: United Church. Married: Geraldine Rennalls, September 1989. Interests: Golf, Singing, Music, Table Tennis. Address: (business) Ministry of Public Utilities & Transport, 36 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10. Tel: 926-9170/9; (residence) 13 Garden Boulevard, Mona Heights, Kingston 6; Tel. 977-0736.

GEDDES, Paul Hargreaves, O.J., C.D., J.P.; First Inductee, Private Sector Hall of Fame; Founder/Chairman, Geddes Refrigeration Ltd. Organizations: Director, Bush, Boake Allen (Jamaica) Ltd.; Desnoes & Geddes Ltd.; Diversey Wyandotte and Wyandotte Chemicals Jamaica Ltd.; Geddes Refrigeration Ltd.; Jamaica Citizens Bank Ltd.; West Indies Pulp & Paper Group; West Indies Yeast Company Ltd.; Affiliate Member of various overseas professional organisations, including the American Society for Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers and the Institute of Refrigeration; Member, Master Brewers Association of the Americas. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, February 13, 1910; son of Thomas Hargreaves Geddes, Company Director, and Athlind Cunha-Geddes (both dec’d). Educated: Titchfield and Calabar High Schools; Refresher Course, Wallerstein Laboratories, New York and the American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages, Illinois. Career: Started as an Apprentice in the Manufacturing Department of Desnoes & Geddes; in 1938 became a Director of the Company; in 1939 took over responsibility for the production operations at the Surrey Brewery; in 1956 appointed Co-Managing Director; in 1958 moved to Hunt’s Bay Plant where he played a major role in the completion of the factory and the commencement of operations, due to his vast knowledge as the first Jamaican Brewmaster. Award: The International MBAA highest Honour Award in 1989. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Margie Piper, April; 22, 1991; 2 daughters, 1 step-daughter, 1 step-son. Interests: Photography, Travelling. Clubs: Rotary Club of Kingston, Honorary Life Member, Royal Jamaica Yacht. Address: 1A Braywick Road, Kingston 6.

GENTLES, Renford Aston, J.P.; Electrical Engineer/Hotel Manager; Councillor, Ocho Rios Division; Director, G & G Agency Services Ltd. Organizations: Master Loyal Palmer Lodge (Mechanic) Ocho Rios, Member, Board of Governors, Ocho Rios High and All-Age Schools, Chairman Exchange School Board, Member Ocho Rios Citizens’ Association, Past President Kiwanis Club of Ocho Rios; Past Lt. Governor, Division 24, Kiwanis Club. Born: July 4, 1933, Havana, Cuba, son of the late Gerald Percival Gentles, and Doris Winnifred Gentles, School Teacher. Educated: Kingston Technical High School. Career: Electrical Contractor, Resident Engineer, Personnel Manager, General Manager Hotel. Councillor Beecher Town Division St. Ann. Awards: Kiwanian of the Year 1976. Married: Gean Ebanks 1986; 4 sons, 2 daughters (previous marriage). Interests: Cricket, Lawn Tennis. Club: Kiwanis, Ocho Rios. Address: Bonham Spring, P.O. Box 154, Ocho Rios, St. Ann. Tel. 974-4673.

GEORGE, Emil Calvin, Q.C., B.C.L.(Hons), M.A. (Oxon.); Attorney-at-Law. Senior Partner of Dunn, Cox and Orrett. Chairman Wray & Nephew Group Ltd. & Subsidiaries, Metal Box Jamaica Ltd., Jamaica Packaging Industries Ltd., Estate Industries Ltd., Nestle Jamaica Ltd., Jamaica Milk Products Ltd., Bank of Commerce Ja. Ltd., Vice-Chairman Seprod Group of Companies; Director Goodyear Ja. Ltd., Carreras Ja. Ltd., Kingston Ice Making Co. Ltd., Jamaica Banana Producers’ Association Ltd. Organizations: Chairman Hope Valley Experimental School Board. Born: Dominica, December 9, 1930, son of the late Elias George, Merchant, and Theresa Benjamin–George. Educated: Dominica Grammar School, Madgalen College, Oxford University. Career: Called to the Bar of England by Gray’s Inn 1955; admitted to Jamaican Bar 1956; appointed Queen’s Counsel 1970; Chairman Standards Council 1969-77, Appeals Tribunal Ministry of Education; Umpire National Insurance Tribunal – Ministry of Social Security 1981. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Dr. Pamela Ann Richards, August 3, 1960; 2 sons. Interests: Reading, Tennis, Swimming, Walking. Clubs: Jamaica, Liguanea, Kingston United. Address: (business) 48 Duke Street, Kingston. Tel. 922-2283; (residence) Gordon Town, St. Andrew.

GIBSON, Deryck Anthony, Company Director: Chairman, Deryck A. Gibson Ltd., Derol Ltd., Airpower Ltd., Heave-Ho Charters Ltd., St. Jago de la Vega Trust; Director, Island Life Merchant Bank, Carib Pipe Company Ltd; Appointed Honorary Consul for Finland to Jamaica since 1990. Organizations: Member, Chamber of Commerce, Private Sector Organization of Jamaica, Jamaica Exporters’ Association; Past President, Jaycees of Jamaica, Past Commodore of the Royal Jamaica Yacht Club, Liguanea, Jamaica Born: Kingston, Jamaica, October 24, 1929; son of the late Oswin R. Gibson and Ruby Spence-Gibson. Educated: Private Schools, St. George’s College. Career: Hardware Clerk 1946-60; Salesman, Bryden & Evelyn, H. Korner & Co. Started Deryck A. Gibson Ltd. since 1956; Gibson Greave Co. Ltd. 1961; Derol Ltd. 1968; Heave-Ho Charters 1985. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Olive B. Scott, November 12, 1955; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Yacht Racing, Art Collecting, Coffee Farming. Clubs: Royal Club of Kingston, Liguanea, Jamaica, Royal Jamaica Yacht. Address: (business) 71/2 Haining Road, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-2250/59; (residence) 2 Pinkneys Green, Kingston 6.

GIFFORD, Lord Anthony Maurice, (Succeeded Father 1961), Queens Counsel (England 1993): Attorney-at-Law; Senior Partner, Gifford Haughton Thompson since 1991. Born: London, England, May 1, 1940; son of Charles Gifford, Naval Officer, and Margaret Gifford (both deceased). Educated: Winchester College, Kings College, Cambridge; Norman Manley Law School. Career: Called to the Bar 1962; Admitted to Jamaican Bar 1990. Publications: Where’s the Justice, Penguin 1985; Broad-Water Farm Inquiry Report 1986; Liverpool Ance Relations re Inquiry Report 1989.Religion: Christian. Married: Elean Thomas, September 24, 1988; 1 son, 2 daughters. Clubs: Kingston Cricket. Motto: “Non sine numime (Not without the Spirit). Address: (Business) 21 Church Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-6056.

GILLINGS, Verna Winnifred, Teacher, Principal Porus Infant School since 1969. Organizations: President PTA Porus Infant School, Member International Alpha Delta Kappa Honorary Sorority, Teachers Organizations, Local Church and Community Clubs, Secretary Office of Disaster Preparedness Porus Zone. Born: Cambridge, St. James, November 11, 1930, daughter of William McLeod, Carpenter/Wheelwright, and Ada Bernard-McLeod (both dec’d). Educated: Cambridge Primary School, Buxton High School, Moneague Teachers’ College; Attended Mount Carmel International Training Centre (Israel) 1977-78. Gained Certificate in Training and Supervision in Early Childhood Education. Career: Twenty years of service with Ministry of Education serving at the following institutions: Cambridge Infant School 1953-55, St. John’s Infant School 1955–5, Mandeville Infant School 1957-59, St. John’s Infant School 1959-63, Cambridge Infant School 1963-69. Awards: Model family award, Harmony in the Home. Denomination: Moravian. Married: Colin Henry Gillings, July 20, 1957; 3 daughters. Interests: Music, Dancing, Cooking, Gardening, Animal rearing, Helping under-privileged children. Motto: “Time is the greatest friend of truth”. Address: (business) Porus Infant School, Porus P.O., Manchester. (residence) 17 Hanbury Close, Mandeville P.O., Manchester. Tel. 962-0557.

GLASSPOLE, Lady Ina Josephine, Housewife and Voluntary Social Welfare Leader. Wife of the former Governor-General of Jamaica. Patron of several Organizations. Born: Victoria Park, Fyffes Pen, St. Elizabeth, daughter of Charles Courtnay Kinlocke, Property Owner, and Marie Louise Ridley-Kinlocke (both dec’d.). Educated: Little London Primary School, Private Tuition. Career: Active Social Welfare Voluntary Worker in East Kingston and Port Royal where her husband was Member of Parliament for 29 years. Now Patron of many clubs including National Children’s Home, Soroptimists Club, Corona Society, Josephine Glasspole Basic School, Inner Wheel Club, and the Josephine Glasspole Convalescence Home among others. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Florizel Augustus Glasspole, July 7, 1934; 1 daughter. Address: 6 Millsborough Avenue, Kingston 6.

GLASSPOLE, Sir Florizel Augustus, O.N., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., C.D., LL.D.(Hon.), Governor General of Jamaica from 1973 – 1991; First President Jamaican Institute of Management, Wolmer’s 250th Anniversary Committee. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, September 25, 1909; son of the late Theophilus A. Glasspole, Minister of Religion and Florence Baxter-Glasspole. Educated: Central Branch Primary School; Wolmer’s Boys School; Ruskin College, Oxford University. British T.U.C. Scholarship 1946-47. Career: Practising Accountant 1932-44; Secretary Coke Young Men’s Club representing the club in many debating contests; leading personality in National Reform Association 1937 and the Kingston & St. Andrew Literary and Debating Society; Director, City Printery Limited 1944-50; General Secretary, Jamaica United Clerks Association 1937-48; Jamaica Trades Union Congress 1939-52 (resigned); General Secretary Water Commission & Manual Workers Association 1941-48; President, Jamaica Printers and Allied Workers Union 1942-48; President, Mental Hospital Workers Union 1944-47; General Secretary, Municipal and Parochial General Workers Union 1945-47; President, Machado Employees Union 1945-52 (resigned); General Secretary National Workers Union 1952-55; Workers representative on several Government Boards (including Middle Class Employment Committee 1942, Wages Board 1942, Apprenticeship Committee 1942, Industrial Relations Committee 1953, Minimum Wage for Baking, Printing, Dry Goods Trade, Government Workmen’s Compensation Law Revision Committee); Member, House of Representatives (Kingston Eastern & Port Royal P.N.P.) 1944-73 (resigned); Ex-officio Member, K.S.A.C. 1944-45; Member Board of Governors Institute of Jamaica 1944-57, Kingston School Board; Member Executive Committee and National Executive P.N.P.; Secretary P.N.P. Parliamentary Group 1944-73; Member Standing Federation Committee on West Indian Federation 1953-58; Member Jamaica’s House of Representatives Committee which prepared Independence Constitution and delegation which finalised Constitution with British Government (London); Vice-President P.N.P.; Minister of Labour 1955-57; Minister of Education 1957-62 and 1972-73; Leader of the House 1955-62 and 1972-73. Awards: Order of Andres Bello (first class) by President of Venezuela 1973; the Venezuelan honour Order of the Liberator by their President 1978; first Gleaner Honour Award 1979; the Knighthood (G.C.M.G.) bestowed on him by Her Majesty the Queen 1982; the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit bestowed by the President of the Federal Republic of Germany 1982. Denomination: Wesleyan Methodist. Married: Ina Josephine Kinlocke, July 7,1934;1 daughter. Interests: Sports, Gardening. Address: 6 Millsborough Avenue, Kingston 6.

GLAZE, Peter Montgomery, J.P., B.D.S. (Wales), M.Sc. (Peridontology), M.A.A.P.; Dental Surgeon, Consultant Periodontist since June 1975. Organization: Past President Jamaica Dental Association. Born: Savanna-la-Mar, March 21, 1951, son of the late Hubert Glaze, Contractor and Nora Glaze, Teacher. Educated: Jamaica College, Meadowbrook High School, University of Wales, University of London. Publications: Contribution to Journal of Clinical Periodontology, March 1986. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Shelley Ruth Wan, January 3, 1976, 3 daughters. Interests: Squash, Swimming, Tennis, Woodwork, Gardening. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Kiwanis of Kingston, Liguanea. Address: (business) 58 Half-Way-Tree Road. Kingston 10. (residence) 2 Linnemann Avenue, Kingston 6.

GLOUDON, Ancille Llewellyn, B.Sc., Dip. Chemical Technology; Food Technologist, Horticulturalist. Owner/Manager Gloudon’s Orchid Nursery Ltd. Director J.A.B.A.L. Construction Co. Organizations: Past President and Secretary Jamaica Orchid Society, Honorary Life Member Orchid Society, Member American Orchid Society; Past President Jamaica Hockey Association, Jamaica-Trinidad Society. Born: Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, April 13, 1933, son of Hubert Gloudon and Gwendolyn Maynard-Gloudon. Educated: Elementary School, Queen’s Royal College, University of the West Indies (Winner of Princess Margaret Scholarship 1952). Career: Joined Jamaica Government Service in 1957, attached to Processed Foods Division, Ministry of Trade and Industry, worked on pioneer projects to develop lines of Jamaican Processed Foods. Participated in fish and shell fish preservation studies (U.S.A.) 1959-60, Senior Food Inspector, then Acting Controller - Food Technology Division. Inspector/Analyst Bureau of Standards 1960-72; Assistant Manager Virginia Dare Jamaica Ltd. 1972. Established J.A.B.A.L. Construction Company and later Gloudon’s Orchid Nursery Ltd., specializing in the growing of strains of orchids for the export market with particular interest in the conservation of areas where Jamaican species are endangered. Was instrumental in the establishment of the first Jamaica Orchid Reserve on Alpart lands (Manchester). Awards: Musgrave Centenary Medal (1981) for contribution to horticulture. Publications: Contributes to international publications on orchid culture. Co-author with Amiee Webster Delisser, of Caribbean Orchid Growing. Married: Barbara Goodison, Journalist/Playwright, April 23, 1960; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Field Hockey, Bridge, Drama, (active participant in stage and film presentations appearing in a number of international feature films among them Walt Disney’s “Return to Treasure Island and Pirandha Two”). Address: 4C Wai Rua Road, Gordon Town P.O., St. Andrew.

GLOUDON, Barbara Joy, O.J., O.D.; Communications Consultant, Journalist, Playwright. Director Barbara Gloudon (Communications) Ltd. Organizations: Chairperson Little Theatre Movement (L.T.M.), Lay Preacher Anglican Diocese. Born: Malvern, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, daughter of the late Vivian Marcus Goodison and Doris Harvey, Housewife. Educated: St. George’s Elementary, St. Andrew High School, Associate Fellow University of Iowa International Writing Programme. Career: Gleaner Company Limited as reporter, sub-editor, columnist (Stella), Features Editor, Star Editor 1951-78; Deputy Director of Tourism - Jamaica Tourist Board 1978-81. Established own business Barbara Gloudon Ltd. 1981, specialising in public relations. For past three years has been a major host of public affairs call-in programme “Hotline” on Jamaican Radio. Lectures locally and internationally on themes of Caribbean cultural/socio-economic identity, especially as concerns women. Awards: Two Seprod Gold Medals for excellence in journalism presented by the Press Association of Jamaica. Honoured by journalism colleagues by conference of life membership in the Press Association of Jamaica (P.A.J.). Also appointed as trustee of P.A.J. Bronze Musgrave Medal and the Centenary Medal by the Institute of Jamaica in recognition of cultural contribution. Creative Works: Author of seven L.T.M. Pantomimes Moonshine Anancy 1969, Hail Columbus 1972, The Witch 1975, Johnny Reggae 1978, Pirate Princess 1981, Ginneral B 1983, Trash 1985. Has also authored several Plays including Appropriate Behaviour and Jack and the Gungo Tree. Contributor of articles on Jamaican-Caribbean cultural issues in local and international publications. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Ancille Gloudon, April 23, 1960; 1 son, 2 daughters. Address: (business) Little Theatre, Tom Redcam Drive. Tel. 949-9072171; (residence) 4C Wai Rua Road, Gordon Town.

GOFFE, Dennis, B.A. 1964; LL.B 1972; Barrister-at-Law 1972; Partner, Myers Fletcher & Gordon since 1978; Tutor, Norman Manley Law School since 1982. Organisations: Chairman, Private Security Regulations Authority; Member, Jamaica Bar Association, Council of Jamaica Bar Association, General Legal Council. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, September 6, 1942; son of Edward Goffe, Developer (deceased), and Jennie Goffe, Teacher. Educated: Homestead Prep.; Blake Prep.; Jamaica College; University of the West Indies, Leeds University. Career: Teacher, J. C. 1960-61; Deputy Clerk of the Courts 1968-70; Manton & Hart 1973-77. Awards: Queens Counsel 1992. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Susan Lumsden in 1988; 3 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Cricket, Singing, Reading, Scrabble. Club: Kingston Cricket. Address: (business) Myers Fletcher & Gordon, 21 East Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-5860; (residence)12 Roselle Avenue, Kingston 6.

GOLDING, Lady Alice Patricia, B.Sc. (Econ), Marketing Manager, Monex Ltd., Mona Rehabilitation Centre since 1974. Organizations: Commissioner for Special Projects, Girl Guides’ Association of Jamaica; Secretary, Friends of Hope Valley Experimental School, Cheshire Village Management Committee, Jamaica Anti T.B. League; Member, Executive Board C.V.S.S. Trustee Entity. Born: Scarborough, Yorkshire, England; daughter of the late Logan Levy, Surgeon, and Alice Levy. Educated: Brampton, Mandeville; St. Andrew High School; Regent Street Polytechnic, London; Oxford University. Career: Research into Primary School Attendance at Department of Education, U.W.I. 1953-54; Appointed to Central Planning Unit 1955; Entered Civil Service as Administrative Cadet 1954; Appointed to Educational Planning Unit 1955; Jewellery Operations Centre, Monex Ltd., Mona Rehab Centre 1966. Denomination: Church of England. Married: Sir John Golding, August 15, 1961; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Travelling, Bird Watching, Walking, Listening to Music, Dancing, Tennis, Bridge, Reading, Environmental Matters. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) Monex Ltd., Mona Rehab. Centre, Kingston 7. Tel: 927-2797; (residence) 2a Bamboo Avenue, Kingston 6.*

GOLDING, Bruce, B.Sc. (Econ.), M.P.; Businessman. Convener of the political party, The National Democratic Movement (NDM); Member of Parliament for South Central St. Catherine; Director New World Enterprises Ltd., Blackstone Farms Ltd., Sunglow Food Exports Ltd., T.N.G. Diagnostics Ltd., Lincoln Club Ltd., Old Harbour Service Stations Ltd. Born: Ginger Ridge, St. Catherine, December 5, 1947, son of Tacius Nathaniel Golding (former Speaker of the House of Representatives), and Enid Louise Bent-Golding. Educated: Alpha Primary School, St. George’s College, Jamaica College, University of the West Indies. Career: Member National Lotteries Commission 1968-72, Member Central Executive Jamaica Labour Party since 1969, Member of Parliament for West St. Catherine 1972-76, Member of the Senate 1977-84, Member Board of Governors Institute of Jamaica 1972-76. Member Electoral Advisory Committee 1979-84; Minister of Construction 1980-89; Chairman Jamaica Labour Party 1984-95. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Lorna Charles, June 10, 1972; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Fishing, Shooting, Motoring. Clubs: P.W.D.Gun and Sporting. Address: New World Enterprises, 26 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10; Tel. 929-7723/4.

GOLDING, The Hon. Sir John S.R., O.J., Kt., C.D., O.B.E., M.A., F.R.C.S., F.A.C.S.; LL.D. (Hons.) Orthopaedic Surgeon. Professor Emeritus U.W.I., Medical Officer in charge of Mona Rehabilitation Centre. Visiting Professor New York, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Toronto, Chicago, Halifax N.S., Director Monex Limited. Organizations: Chairman, Commonwealth Caribbean Medical Research Council; Director Cheshire Village; Coconut Park; Hospice Pain Care Centre; Carawak Craft; Member Royal Society of Medicine; Founder Jamaica Association of Surgeons; Past President B.M.A. (Jamaica); Special Awards Association of Scientists and Medical Association of Jamaica; Fellow British and Canadian Orthopaedic Associations; Trustee Hope Valley School; Member, Medical Tribunal in Jamaica. Born: London, U.K., April 15, 1921, son of Mark Golding, Medical Practitioner, and Louise Levy-Golding. Educated: Marlborough College, Cambridge University (University Entrance Scholarship), Middlesex Hospital, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Married: Patricia Levy, August 15, 1961; 1 son, 1 daughter. Address: (business) Mona Rehabilitation Centre, Mona, Kingston 7; (residence) 9 College Common, Kingston 7.

GOLDING, Roy St. Anthony, B.A. (Econ.) 1964; Banker, retired 1990; Financial Consultant since 1994. Organisations: Director, Jamaica Library Service Foundation; Founding Director, Jamprint Ltd.; JAMAL Foundation Ltd.; Jamaica Library Service; Salvation Army Greater Kingston Advisory Board. Born: St. Catherine, Jamaica, April 23, 1933; son of the late Stanley C. Golding and Issadora Francis, Housewife. Educated: Half Way Tree Primary School; Crescent College; St. George’s College Extension School, Rutger University, New Jersey, U.S.A. Career: 1951-60 Civil Service, Customs Department; 1964 Ministry of Home Affairs, Administrative Assistant for four months; November 1964 to May 1965 Administrative Manager, Jamaica Apparel Ltd.; May 1965 to December 1990 Retired Bank of Nova Scotia Jamaica Ltd., Management Trainee to Senior Management; positions included Manager Montego Bay Branch, Senior Accounts Manager in Commercial Banking Centre. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Icilda Philomena Carpenter, December 1955; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Art Collection, Listening to Music, Playing Dominos. Club: Kingston Cricket. Motto: “Per Ardua Ad Alta”. Address: 20 Ridgefield Avenue, Orange Grove, Kingston 8; Tel. 931-2185.

GOLDING, Theodore Winston, A.C.I.B., B.Sc., M.Sc.; Bank Executive; Divisional General Manager, Finance & Planning, N.C.B Group Ltd., since 1994; Managing Director, Gold Line Tours Ltd. Organizations: Director - National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd.; N.C.B. (Investments) Ltd.; West Indies Trust Company Ltd.; N.C.B. Trust & Merchant Bank Ltd.; N.C.B. Hotels Ltd.; Carp Corporation Ltd.; N.C.B. Services Ltd., Inn on the Beach Development Ltd.; Mammee Bay Development Ltd.; Mammee Bay Resorts Ltd.; Member - Jamaica Chamber of Commerce; PSOJ Economic Policy Committee; Caribbean Association of Indigenous Banks; Optimist International; Excelsior Past Students Association Trust Fund. Born: St. Catherine, March 6, 1942; son of the late Stanley Constantine Golding, and Leanora Adassa Golding, Housewife. Educated: Excelsior High School, University of the West Indies. Career: Trained in all aspects of Bank routine including secondment to Barclay’s Bank, London & British Linen Bank, Scotland 1962-74; Operations Manager, Barclay’s Bank, King Street Branch 1974-75; Assistant Manager, Barclay’s Bank, Half Way Tree Branch 1975-77; Advances Manager, N.C.B. Head Office 1977-79; Assistant General Manager, N.C.B. Head Office 1979-80; Acting Manager (6 months), N.C.B. Cross Roads Branch 1980-81; General Manager, N.C.B. Head Office 1981-84; Manager, N.C.B. King Street Branch 1984-88; General Manager National Commercial Bank Ja. Ltd., Head Office 1988-91; Divisional General Manager N.C.B. Group Ltd. 1991-94; Snr. Divisional General Manager, Finance & Planning, N.C.B. Group Ltd. present. Awards: Distinguished President, Optimist International 1986-87; Distinguished & Outstanding Lt. Governor, Optimist International 1987-1988; Distinguished and Outstanding Governor, Optimist International 1992-93. Denomination: Christian-Brethen (Philadelphia Gospel Hall). Children: 1 son. Interests: Golf, Swimming, Walking, Driving. Club: Optimist International. Address: (business) N.C.B. Group Ltd., 32 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10; Tel. 929-9050/89; (residence) 58 Cherry Drive, Kingston 8; Tel. 927-4848.

GOLDSON, Brian Leicester, O.D., F.R.I.C.S., F.J.I.Q.S.; Chartered Quantity Surveyor; Principal, Goldson Barrett Johnson since 1972. Organizations: Director Eagle Merchant Bank Ltd.; World Wide Travel Services Ltd.; Goldpart Limited; Grotto Investments Ltd.; Quants Ltd.; Caribbean Steel Co. Ltd.; Hon. Fellow, Commonwealth Association of Surveying and Land Economy; Member, Royal Lodge No. 207 E.C. Born: Savanna-La-Mar, Westmoreland, August 28, 1936; son of the late Herbert Austin Goldson, Farmer, and Violet Leone Waldemar-Goldson. Educated: Strathbogie Primary School; Mannings High School; Cornwall College; South West Essex Technical College; School of Art (now North East Lond. Polytechnic). Career: Accounts Clerk, West Indies Sugar Company Ltd. 1955-57; Survey Assistant, Survey Department, Government of Jamaica 1957-60; Assistant Quantity Surveyor, Reynolds & Young (England) 1964-69, Principal Proman Consultants since 1981. Awards: Order of Distinction in the field of Construction 1985. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Tryphene Eloise Fenton, July 1960; 3 sons. Interests: Reading, Travel, Cricket. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) 23 Parkington Plaza, Kingston 10. Tel. 926-2418/9; (residence) 4A Shortridge Drive, Kingston 6.

GOLDSON, Denis Paul, C.A., M.Sc.; Accountant, Managing Partner Paul Goldson and Co. Chartered Accountants since 1961. Director Trident Ltd. Organizations: Member Cane Prices Committee, Member of Committee which drafted the Constitution of Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica, Founder/Member and past Councillor Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica, Past Member Taxation Committee – Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica, Past Chairman St. Hugh’s Preparatory School, Past Vice-Chairman Board of Governors Kingston College, Member Association of Certified Accountants (United Kingdom). Born: Kingston, Jamaica, October 22, 1925, son of Paul Stanley Goldson, Accountant, and Irene Louise White-Goldson (both deceased). Educated: Morris Knibb Preparatory School, Kingston College, Syracuse University. Career: Civil Service (Treasury) 1945-49, Civil Service (Finance Ministry) 1949-54, Jamaica Industrial Development Corporation (Asst. Secretary) 1958-61. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Yvonne Miller, February 20, 1957; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Walking, Music (classical). Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Rotary Club of St. Andrew. Address: (business) Oxford House, 6 Oxford Road, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-3562-4; (residence) 41 Dewsbury Avenue, Kingston 6.

GOLDSON, Lloyd Alfred, M.B.B.S. 1978, D.G.O. 1981, D.M. 1987; Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Senior Registrar Victoria Jubilee Hospital since 1987; Director, Andrew Gold Ltd. Organizations: Past President, Junior Doctors’ Association, President Blue Castle Close Citizens’ Association, Clarendon College Past Students Association. Born: Half Way Tree, St. Andrew, October 12, 1950; son of Lloyd Alfred Goldson, retired Civil Servant, and Lauris Athena Goldson, Property Manager. Educated: Ivy Dale Preparatory School, Spanish Town Primary, Clarendon College, University of the West Indies. Career: Laboratory Technician, Industrial Chemical Company,;Acid Factory 1970-71, Medical Intern 1978-79; Medical Registrar 1980-87. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Dr. Aileen J. Standard, June 9, 1983; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Keeping fit (diet and exercise), Investing. Clubs: Lodge Clarendon Kilwinning, Lodge Delavaga. Address: Halfway Tree Medical Centre, York Plaza, Kingston 10; Tel. 929-4122/8911; (residence) 30 Glendon Circle, Hope Pastures, Kingston.

GOLDSON, Peter S., Bachelor of Civil Law Degree; Bachelor of Laws Degree, Attorney-at-Law: Associate, Myers Fletcher & Gordon since 1988. Organisations: Prudential Stock Brokers Ltd.; United Way of Jamaica; Vice Chairman, Council of Voluntary Social Services. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, September 3, 1963; son of Paul Goldson, Accountant, and Yvonne Miller-Goldson, Housewife. Educated: St. Hugh’s Preparatory School, Wolmer’s Boys’ School; University of the West Indies; University of Oxford, St. John’s College; Norman Manley Law School. Career: Myers Fletcher & Gordon since 1988. Special Awards: U.W.I. (Open) Scholarship 1981; U.W.I. Faculty of Law Prize 1982; Rhodes Scholarship for Jamaica 1985. Publications: “Dworking and the Natural Law Connection” – U.W.I. Student Law Review May/June 1984; “The Reform of Charitable Purposes” – West Indian Law Journal May/October 1988. Religion: Christian. Interests: Squash, Badminton. Address: (Business) Myers Fletcher & Gordon, 21 East Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-5860.

GOLDSON, Selvin S., B.Sc. (Econ.), Banker. Divisional General Manager, Finance Services, NCB Group Limited. Organizations: Director – Mutual Security Bank Ltd.; Mutual Security Merchant Bank & Trust Company Ltd.; MSB (Cayman) Ltd.; MS Insurance Brokers Ltd.; President, Rotary Club (St. Andrew) 1994-95. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, September 2, 1946; son of Selvin Goldson, Minister of Religion and Edna Goldson, Housewife. Educated: Oberlin & Excelsior High Schools; University of the West Indies. Career: Management Trainee (Banking) 1969-71; Administration Officer (Banking) 1971-73; Personnel Officer (Banking) Banking (MSB) 1986-94. Awards: Royal Bank of Canada Limited Scholarship 1966; 40th Anniversary award, Irvine Hall, UWI; Denomination: Disciples of Christ. Married: Veronica Wright, April 11, 1970; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Badminton, Swimming, World Affairs. Motto: “Pursuing excellence at all levels”. Clubs: Constant Spring Golf. Address: (business) “The Atrium”, 32 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10. Tel: 929-9050.

GOLDSON, Terence Owen Barrington,

J.P., D.P.A., M.P.H., F.R.S.H., Government administrator. Director Administration and Resources Management, Planning Institute of Jamaica since 1987. Organizations: Member standing Committee Jamaica Methodist Synod, Lodge Imperial Service No.978 S.C., Founder/Member and past Master Lodge Semper Fidelis No. 1530 S.C., Founder/Member Lodge De La Vega No. 1744 SC; former National President Methodist Men’s Fellowships, former President Public Works Department Co-op Credit Union. Born: Spanish Town, St Catherine, March 26, 1924, son of the late John David Goldson and Alma Theodosia Goldson nee Campbell. Educated: Spanish Town Elementary; Beckford & Smith’s High (now St. Jago High); University of the West Indies, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. Career: Civil Servant from 1943 in various departments and Ministries - Collector General’s Dept., Ministries of Communication and Works, Health and Environmental Control; Represented Ministry at PAHO/WHO and several local and overseas conferences; PAHO/WHO meeting and World Health Assemblies; PAHO/WHO Consultant in Guyana 1981; Employed to CARICOM Secretariat Guyana 1981-86; Assistant Chief Commissioner for Scouts. Awards: Woodbadges (Scout & Cub Section), Medal of Merit for valuable service to Scout Movement, long service decoration for faithful and efficient service. Denomination: Methodist, Local preacher since 1948. Married: Sylvia Harrison, September 30, 1950; 1 son, 4 daughters. Address: ‘Lanyon Place’, 110 Brunswick Avenue, Spanish Town, No. 2 P.O. Tel. 984-2402.

GOMES, Richard Anthony, Medical Doctor, M.B., B.S., 1980; A.M.E. 1989; Family Physician/Aviation Medical Examiner: Family Physician; Senior Examiner Air Jamaica Pilots since 1992. Organisations: Board Member, Nuttall Memorial Hospital; Vice Chairman, Medical Committee, Nuttall Memorial Hospital; A Founding Member, Caribbean College of Family Physicians, Member of Association of General Practitioner. Born: Port of Spain, Trinidad, June 17, 1951; son of Cecil Albert Gomes (Retired) and Gloria Gomes, (Housewife). Educated: Patima College, Port of Spain, Trinidad; University of the West Indies, Mona; Federal Aviation Administration, Oklahoma, U.S.A. Career: Resident, Port of Spain General Hospital 1981-85; District Medical Officer, Ministry of Health, Trinidad. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Jennisen C. Thwaites, June 20, 1980; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Lawn Tennis, Bird Shooting, Sailing. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Liguanea, Yacht, Jamaica Gun. Address: (business) Newington House, Nuttall Hospital, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-7161; (residence) 6 Farringdon Terrace, Jacks Hill, Kingston 6.

GONSALVES, Enid Veronica, J.P.; Teacher, Principal Lucea Infant School since 1964, Lucea Primary School since 1975. Director Hanover Benefit Building Society. Organizations: Secretary Hanover Chamber of Commerce, Lucea Teachers’ Association; Director Hanover Music Choir, Asst. Organist Lucea United Church, Organist Sts. Phillip and James Roman Catholic Church, Commandant Hanover Girls’ Brigade, Founder Hanover Credit Union Study Club, Immediate Past President Alpha Delta Kappa in Jamaica, Member 4-H Advisory Council, Hanover Parish, Executive Committee; Parish Chairman of International Youth Committee, Commission Member of Jamaica Cultural Development Commission, Elder of United Church of Jamaica and Grand Cayman. Treasurer, Hanover Co-op Credit Union; Music Co-Ordinator for Hanover Festival Committee. Born: Lucea, Hanover, April 12, 1931, daughter of the late Cyril Watson and Ludiana Clarke-Watson. Educated: Middlesex Corner School, Rusea’s High School, Shortwood Teachers’ College. Career: Taught at Lucea Infant School before entering Teachers’ College. On leaving College taught at the Shortwood Infant School then returned to teach at Lucea. Was School Savings Organizer Lucea Infant School when the school got the Parish Prize for savings in 1975. Awards: Girls’ Brigade Medal 1981; Institute of Jamaica Centenary Medal 1980; Prime Minister’s Medal for Community Service and Education; Governor General’s Award for Hanover 1993; Jamaica Teachers’ Award for 40 Years Service in Jamaica 1994. Married: Aubrey Gonsalves, January 1956; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Music, Photography. Address: (business) Lucea Primary School, Box 81, Lucea P.O. Tel. 956-2307.

GONSALVES, Reynold Augustine, C.D., B.Sc., J.P.; Agriculturalist and Sportsman, General Manager Banana Board since 1986. Director Banana Board. Organizations: Twice Chief Ranger Forestic and Masonic Lodges, member Masonic Lodge - Sussex, Chairman, Jamaica Racing Commission, Member Jamaica Society of Scientist. Born: Havana, Cuba, November 4, 1928 (naturalized Jamaican), son of the late Raymond Gonsalves, Ship’s Engineer, and Annie Pettigrew-Gonsalves. Educated: Donnington Primary School, Happy Grove High School, Tutorial College, Howard University. Career: Captain Football and Athletics Teams in High School, Represented Howard University on Track and Football Teams 1949-52, Champion Trainer 1971-72, Winner of five races on two consecutive race days - a record, Winner of record eighty-two races for one year. Million-dollar earner, Owner and Trainer of “Reca” (1976 Jamaica Derby Winner); Senior Station Manager Banana Breeding Station 1952; Chairman Betting Game & Lotteries Commission 1989-91. Awards: Prime Minister’s Medal for contribution to the field of Sports. Publications: Plant Breeders’ Notebook, Controlled Medication of Horses, Ancestors of the Race Horse, (published in racing year 1979). Denomination: Roman Catholic. Divorced; 4 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Dominoes, Training of Race Horses, Cricket, Football. Club: St. Catherine Cricket. Address: 10 South Avenue, Kingston 4. Tel. 922-5437.

GONZALEZ, Christopher Francis, M.F.A., Dip. Sculpture. Artist since 1964. Owner and Director Gonzalez Fine Arts Gallery/Studio. Born: Kingston, March 15, 1943; son of the late Julio J. Gonzalez, Musician, and Inez Norton-Gonzalez, Factory Worker and Housewife. Educated: Alpha Preparatory School; St. Martin High School; St. George’s Extension School; Jamaica School of Art; California College of Arts & Crafts. Career: Practising Artist since 1964; Head of Sculpture Department 1974-79. Awards: Festival Fine Arts Awards 1964; Silver Musgrave Medal. Denomination: Catholic. Married: (separated); 1 son, 5 daughters. Interests: Yoga, Gardening, Writing, Music. Club: School of Art Alumni. Address: (business) Main Street, Salem, Runaway Bay, St Ann; Tel. 973-4710; (residence) Cardiff Hall, Runaway Bay, St. Ann; 973-2555.

GOODBODY, Ivan Miles, C.D., M.A., Ph.D.; Zoologist. Professor Emeritus, University of the West Indies since 1991. Organization: Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; Scientific Fellow of the Zoological Society of London; Caribbean Academy of Sciences; Member, American Ornithologists’ Union; British Ornithologists’ Union; Marine Biological Association of the U.K.; British Ecological Society; American Ecological Society; Member Editorial Boards Bulletin of Marine Science; Caribbean Marine Studies. Born: Dublin, Ireland, September 21, 1926, son of Denis Goodbody, and Olive Charlotte Wilkinson-Goodbody (both dec’d). Educated: St. Columba’s College (Dublin). Trinity College, University of Dublin, University of Aberdeen. Career: Assistant Lecturer in Zoology - University of Aberdeen 1950-55; Lecturer in Zoology, University College of the West Indies 1955-62; Senior Lecturer in Zoology, University of the West Indies 1962-64; Professor of Zoology and Head of Zoology Department, University of the West Indies 1964-86; Director Marine Science Unit, University of the West Indies 1986-89. Awards: Silver Musgrave Medal Jamaica 1973; Dublin University Experimental Science Association Silver Medal 1949. Publications: Numerous publications in scientific journals on Marine Zoology, Marine Ecology and Ornithology. Denomination: Society of Friends (Quaker). Married: Charlotte Mary Fraser, September 5, 1953; 3 daughters. Interests: Gardening, Hill Walking. Address: (business) Zoology Department, University of the West Indies, P.O. Box 12, Kingston 7. Tel. 927-1202; (residence) Gordon Town, St. Andrew.*

GOODEN, Martin Fernandez, C.A.C.A., Certified Accountant, O.C.B.S Cert (Bus. Admin.), C.A.S.T. Dip. (Bus.Admin.); Chief Accountant/Company Secretary, Jamaica Livestock Association. Organizations: Member, Red Cross Society. Born: Watt Town, St. Ann, May 25, 1956; son of Leonard Gooden, Farmer, and Lucille Gooden, deceased. Educated: York Castle High School; C.A.S.T., EW FACT College, London. Career: Audit Staff, Coopers & Lybrand, 1978-83; Internal Auditor, National Housing Trust, 1984-85; Audit Staff, KPMG Peat Marwick, 1986-87. Denomination: Pentecostal. Interests: Cricket, Badminton, Lawn Tennis, Football, Boxing, Reading and Caring for Plants. Club: Manager, Patrick City Football Club. Address: (business) P.O. Box 36, Newport East, Kingston. Tel. 922-5019; (residence) 61 Milton Avenue, Kingston 20.

GOODMAN, Marvin David, J.I.A., A.I.A.; Architect Planner. Managing Director, Marvin D. Goodman and Associates since 1960; Chairman, Goblin Hill Hotels Ltd., Jamaica House Basic School. Organizations: Jamaica Institute of Architects; Past President Alliance Francaise of Jamaica; Institute of Directors; Chairman Advisory Committee, College of Arts, Science and Technology for the New Caribbean School of Architecture and Planning; Member of Architectural Registration Board of Jamaica; Trustee and member, Hillel Academy. Born: Paterson, New Jersey, February 3, 1933; son of Samuel A. Goodman, Realtor, and Ruth Aron-Goodman. Educated: Miami Beach High School; Texas and Florida Universities. Career: Lieutenant, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 1955-57; Assistant to Chief Engineer, U.N.E.S.C.O., Paris 1958; Private Practice in Florida and New York 1958-59. Main Works: Hedonism II, Goblin Hill Hotel, Carriage House Apartments, Courtleigh Towers Apartments; Master plans for the College of Arts, Science and Technology; The Town of Port Antonio; Hillel Academy, “Jamaica House” (in association with Lloyd Shearer); P.C.J. Office Block; University o the West Indies (new Halls of Residence and Expansion of Science Faculty). Awards: Governor General’s Award of Merit (Resort Architecture) Negril Beach Village 1978; Goblin Hill Hotel 1975; (Multi-family Housing) Lignum Vitae Village 1978; Governor General’s Mention (Education) Hillel Academy 1975 (also awards in 1986); Distinguish Alumnus Award, University of Florida; Special Recognition Award, College of Arts, Science and Technology 1987. Denomination: Jewish. Married: Rosalie Hart, April 10, 1966; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Tennis, Reading, Swimming, Music. Clubs: Liguanea, Jamaica. Address: (business) Marvin D. Goodman & Associates, 11 East Avenue, Kingston 10; Tel. 925-7895; (residence) 40 Durie Drive, Kingston 8.

GORDON, Barrington Seymour ‘Barry G’ , Radio Broadcaster since 1975; Executive Director, Gold Rush Ltd. Born: St Mary, Jamaica, September 26, 1956, son of Aaron Leslie Gordon, Farmer (Deceased) and Sarah Mae Gordon, Teacher. Educated: Goshen Primary School and Kingston College. Career: Radio Producer, Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation (JBC)1975-78. Host, Music Shows on air, JBC 1978-87, Host of the ‘Barry G’ Show on Radio Jamaica (RJR)1987-89 and on JBC Radio 1989-92, Power FM to June 1995. Honours/Awards: Carl Stone Poll - Media Personality 1987; No. 1 Radio Disc Jockey (DJ) 1980-88 and again in 1992. Married: Josett Williams, September 29, 1990. Interests: Horse Racing, family. Address: (business) Gold Rush Ltd, Apt. 9 , 50A Upper Waterloo Road, Kgn 8; Tel: 925-8123; (residence) Mandeville, Manchester.

GORDON, Raphael Earl, F.C.A., A.C.M.A., F.C.M.A, A.C.C.A., F.C.C.A.; Accountant; Partner KPMG Peat Marwick (Chartered Accountants) since 1980; KPMG Peat Marwick & Partners (Management Consultants) since 1987. Organisations: Director, System Alliance (Jamaica) Ltd.; Management Services Ltd.; Vice President, Institute of Chartered Accountants. Born: Kingston, Jamaica January 6, 1948, son of the late Rudolph Gordon and Ena Aldred-Gordon. Educated: McCook Primary School, St. Jago High School. Career: Worked 2 years with B. and J.B. Machado Tobacco Co. Ltd., 4 years with British American Tobacco Co. Ltd. (London) Marketing Accounts Section of International Exports Division; Senior Accountant Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., 1973-76, Manager 1976-78, Principal 1978-79. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Jane Julien, September 16, 1973; 4 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Football, Cricket, Athletics, Horse-racing, Table Tennis, Reading. Motto: Put theory into practice. Clubs: Jamaica, St. Catherine Cricket. Address: (business) 6 Duke Street, P.O. Box 76, Kingston; Tel. 922-6640; (residence) 8 Ponciana Drive, Spanish Town.

GORDON Ronald Henderson, B.S., D.D.S.; Dental Surgeon, 1984-89. Organizations: 1st President Jamaica Football Federation; Member Jamaica Dental Council, Jamaica Referees’ Commission. Vice-President American University Graduates’ Association; Member Jamaica Dental Association, Howard University Graduates’ Association, United Manchester Association, Calabar Old Students’ Association. Affiliate Member American Academy of Medical Administrators since 1985. Born: Mandeville, Jamaica, July 28, 1923, son of the late R.A. Gordon, Headmaster, and Ellen Shortt-Gordon. Educated: Calabar High School, St. George’s College, Leeds University (England), Howard and Catholic Universities (Washington). W.H.O. Fellowship to New Zealand, completed course in Dental Public Health, Danish Government Fellowship to Thailand. Career: Government Laboratory Technician 1941-43; Dental Surgeon i/c Spaldings Hospital 1955-56; Government Dental Surgeon 1966-74; Senior Dental Surgeon 1974-83; Director Dental Auxiliary School 1979-81; Senior Dental Officer, Cayman Islands Govt. 1983-90; President, Cayman Islands Medical and Dental Society 1989; Short term Pan American Health Organizations Consultant to Antigua (Dentistry), Short term P.A.H.O. Consultant to Barbados (Dentistry). Senior Dental Surgeon Ministry of Health 1976-84. Publications: Paper on Development of Dental Auxiliary delivered to P.A.H.O. Congress – University of Panama. Academic Honours: Elected to PSI CHI National Honour Society in Psychology (U.S.) 1950. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Olive M. Dickson, M.D., November 26, 1950; 2 sons, 3 daughters. Interests: Football, Tennis, Bird-rearing. All Jamaica Junior Singles and Doubles Champion Tennis 1941; All Jamaica Football 1942; Represented All-English Universities at football and tennis 1944-46; Played football for Scarborough United 1946 Captain of Tennis, Yorkshire Lawn Tennis Club 1945-46; Full Colors Howard University, Washington D.C. (Football and Tennis); Full Colors (Football and Tennis) Leeds University, Yorkshire, England. Clubs: Manchester (Ja.) Yorkshire Lawn Tennis (Scarborough, England), Lucas Cricket, Melbourne (Ja.). Address: (business) 3 Caledonia Road, Mandeville, Tel. 962-0166.; (residence) Lot 39 Bloomsville, Mandeville.

GORDON-WEBLEY, Joan Astaire, Senator, Business-woman. Managing Director Lakeside Enterprise Ltd since May 1991. Director Jamaica Protective Co. Ltd., Wanna Enterprise Ltd. , Lakeside Enterprise Ltd., Crowne Coffee Co. Ltd., Wanna Farms Ltd. Organizations: Member Standing Committee and Central Executive Jamaica Labour Party, President Women’s Freedom Movement, . Past Chairman Kingston Jaycees Community Development; President Caribbean Women for Democracy, Ja. Women’s Freedom Movement; Member J.L.P. Standing Committee, Member Million Dollar Round Table. Born: Pell River, Hanover, August 16, 1951, daughter of Roy Gordon, Businessman, and Loretta Jones. Educated: Whitmore Secondary, Wulfrun College. Career: Executive Secretary; Life Underwriter 1978-80; Member of Parliament East Rural St. Andrew 1980-89; Managing Director Jamaica Protective Services Ltd 1984-89. Denomination: Methodist. Children: 4 daughters (2 adopted). Interests: Reading, Social work. Motto: “ Do as much as you can, for as many as you can, for as long as you can. Address: (business) 29 Burlington Avenue, Kingston. Tel. 968-0017; (residence) 23 Ursa Major, Smokey Vale, St Andrew.

GORE, Phillip Frederick, Business Executive; Chairman/Managing Director, Gore Development Limited; Gore Tuca Investments Limited; Phillip Gore Limited; Gore Brothers Limited; Caldon Finance Limited; Quality Resorts Limited; Kings House Foundation. Organizations: Director - Caldon Finance Limited, Gore Brothers Limited, Quality Resorts Limited; Kings House Foundation. Born: September 27, 1943, son of the late Lee Gore and Zoila Antonia Carazo-Gore. Educated: Jamaica College, St. Andrew’s College (Canada). Career: Established Phillip Gore Limited in 1965. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Christine A. Isaacs; 1 son, 2 daughters.Interests: Golf, Tennis, Squash, Swimming, Reading. Clubs: Liguanea, Constant Spring Golf, Jockey, Caymanas. Address: (business) Suite #15, 22 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10; Tel. 978-3400/2.

GORE, Robert Lee, Businessman. Managing Director, Jamaica Tobacco Co. Ltd. Organizations: Director – Gore Bros. Ltd.; Gore Tuca Investments Ltd.; Tobacco Industry Developments Ltd.; Old England Farms Ltd., Sha-Gore Aggregates Ltd. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, April 23, 1946; son of the late Lee Gore and Zoila Antonia Carazo-Gore. Educated: Jamaica College; St. Andrew’s College (Canada); Millefield College (Somerset, U.K.). Career: Joined family business in 1964. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Anthea Elizabeth McNeil, December 22, 1973; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Fishing, Shooting, Golf, Hunting. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Constant Spring Golf, Liguanea, Jackson Bay Gun and Fishing. Address: (business) 27-29 Upper Waterloo Road, Kingston 10; Tel. 968-3386; (residence) 3 Hacienda Close, Kingston 8.

GRAHAM, Arthur Russell, J.P., Retired Motion Picture Distributor. Born: Cambridge, St. James, September 15, 1911, son of the late Charles Federick Scott Graham, Planter, and Bertha Joan Barrett-Graham. Educated: Beckford and Smith High Schools. Career: Chairman Water Commission, Custos Rotulorum St. Andrew, Vice-Chairman Jamaica Omnibus Services Ltd. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Edna May Lazarus, January 9, 1935; 2 sons. Interests: Farming, Bridge, Swimming. Club: Kingston Cricket. Address: (business) 1A South Camp Road, Kingston; Tel. 928-1248; (residence) Miami, Florida.

GRAHAM, Charles Michael Douglas, B.Sc. (Econ.), M.B.A.; Businessman/Farmer; Managing Director Palace Amusement Co. (1921) Ltd. since 1962. Organisations: Director – Carib Pipe Co. Ltd.; Harbour View Cinema Co. Ltd.; Colony Theatre Ltd.; Goblin Hill Ltd.; Coffee Industry Board. Chairman - Newcastle/Blue Mountain Coffee Growers Cooperative; CVM Television. Born: St. Andrew, November 2, 1935, son of Arthur R. Graham, Businessman, and Edna M. Lazarus-Graham. Educated: Wolmer’s Boys’ School; Jamaica College; University of Pennsylvania. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Melanie J. Robinson, June 14, 1980; 2 sons. Interests: Sports. Address: (business) 1A South Camp Road, P.O. Box 8009, C.S.O. Kingston. Tel. 928-1248; (residence) 11 Graham Heights, Kingston 8.

GRAHAM, Lt. Col. Linton Henry, M.Sc. (Defence Studies), Army Officer. Commanding Officer Support Services Battalion, Jamaica Defence Force, since July 10, 1995; Caricom Contingent Commander for the successful operation in Haiti, August to December 1994. Born: Kingston, February 25, 1952, son of Malcolm Graham, and Daphne Graham, Housewife. Educated: Trench Town Comprehensive High, Excelsior High; Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, Canadian Staff College, Indian Staff College. Awards: Medal of Honour for meritorious service 1989; Commendation Medal from the American Government in December 1994 for outstanding service to the Haiti campaign. Denomination: Catholic. Married: Sheila Haynes, July 12, 1980; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Cricket, Squash, Reading, Dancing. Clubs: Jamaica Officers Club, Liguanea. Former Manning/Sunlight Cup and National Squash Representative. Address: JDF, Up Park Camp, Kingston 5. Tel. 926-6865.

GRANGE, Olivia Atavia (Babsy), Journalist, Politician, Executive Show Producer. Managing Director Special Events & Commercial Services Ltd., Director Grange/Walker & Associates (Artist Management), Orange Production (Record Label), Ethnic Production (Record Production), Trio (Film & Video Production). Born: Kingston, April 27, 1946, daughter of Joe Grange, Industrial Machinist, and Raphaelita Walker, Nurse. Educated: Gaynstead High School; Keele Vocational Training School; Patricia Stevens Finishing & Modelling School; Ryerson Polytechnic (Canada). Career: Ontario Human Rights Commission 1966-69; Co-Founder/Editor, Managing Editor, Associate Editor, Women’s Editor Contrast Publications (Canada) 1969-71; Arts Officer, Institute of Jamaica; Journalist; Cultural Director, West Kingston Community Cultural Programme; Public Relations Officer, West Kingston Trust 1972-77; Journalist/T.V. Programmes Producer (Canada) 1977-81; Talent Artiste Management, Director of Cultural Development 1981-83, Executive Director, Jamaica Cultural Development Commission 1983; Government Senator, Parliamentary Secretary for Information and Culture 1983-85; Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister 1985-89. Awards: City T.V. Iris Award 1982. Creative Works: Screen Play Another Kind of Music, Where it’s At; “ Duppy Night at Devon House”; Buccaneers Banquet for JTB. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Children: 1 daughter. Interests: Folk Music, Social Work, The Arts. Address: (business) S.P.E.C.S., 5 Pawsey Place, Kingston 5; 929-8895; (residence) Sharrow Drive, Norbrook, Kingston 8.

GRANT, Aubrey Uriah, J.P., Architect; Head of Grant & Grant since 1958. Managing Director, Grant & Grant. Organizations: Secretary of Jamaica Masonic Benevolence Society. Born: Portland, August 22, 1914; son of Reuben Grant, Planter, and Jane Grant (nee Smith), Housewife (both dec’d). Educated: Hope Bay Primary School; Kingston Technical College; Architectural Training, West Ham Borough Architects, U.K. Career: Worked with Henriques Bros., Architects & Builders 1938-42; Survey Department 1943-1946; Executive Engineer, Designs, K.S.A.C. 1947-71; Private Practice with B.V. Oliver, now Civil Registrar of Marriages since 1989. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Florell Gayle, June 4, 1941; 3 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Cricket, Dancing, Masonic Order. Clubs: Associate, M. Police Officers Club. Address: (business) 94A East Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-2717; (residence) 11A Newhaven Avenue, Kingston 6; Tel. 927-9582.

GRANT, Rev. Cleveland Elisha, C.D. Dip. Theo.; Newspaper Columnist, Family Life Counsellor, Minster of Religion. Pastor Constant Spring Church of God, Franklin Town Church of God; Vice-Chairman Church of God in Jamaica, Chairman Jamaica Bible College (Mandeville), Chaplain Ardenne High School, Chairman Kingston Keswick Convention, Religious Advisor Radio Jamaica 1970. Organizations: Co-Chairman United Christian Ashrams, Board Member Jamaica Theological Seminary; Girls’ Town, Ardenne High School, Kingston and St. Andrew Parish Library; Council Member Mandeville Keswick Convention, Committee Member National Prayer Breakfast, Vice-President Jamaica Boys’ Brigade; Chairman Doulos Jamaica Committee, Conecar Council; Associate Member Jamaica Association of Evangelicals. Born: New Green, Manchester, Jamaica, June 2, 1926, son of Elisha Alexander Grant, Teacher, and Francella Elizabeth Grant, Housewife (dec’d). Educated: New Green and Mandeville Primary, Manchester College, Mandeville United Theological College, London University. Career: Asst. Librarian Manchester Parish Library 1944-50. Minister of Religion since 1954. Awards: United Manchester Award for Unity, The Prime Minister’s Award, Gleaner Certificate of Merit, Harmony in the Home Family Award, Commander of Distinction in the field of religion. Denomination: Church of God in Jamaica. Married: Gloria Mae Taylor, December 20, 1958; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Writing, Photography, Gardening, Classical Music. Address: (business) c/o P.O. Box 154, Kingston 10; (residence) 14 Enman Avenue, Kingston 8.

GRANT Ewart Manfred Valentine, B.A., J.P., Dip. Rural Ed., Commonwealth Teacher, Trainers’ Cert., Higher Dip. Ed. Retired Educator. Organizations: Member Central Executive and General Council Jamaica Teachers’ Association, Member Examination and Evaluation Committee of Joint Board of Teacher Education (U.W.I.), Secretary Portland Parish Association (J.T.A.), Parish Secretary Jamaica Agricultural Society. Born: Portland, Jamaica, March 10, 1925, son of O’Neil Grant, Auto Mechanic, and Anora Bunting-Grant (both dec’d). Educated: Rock Hall and Mt. Pleasant All-Age School, Buxton High School, Mico Teachers’ College, Reading University, Bristol University, University of the West Indies. Career: Head Teacher Sherwood Forest All-Age School 1950-58, Head Teacher Fair Prospect All-Age School 1958-62, Education Tutor Caledonia Junior College 1962-63, Acting Principal Caledonia Junior College 1963, Principal Lecturer Shortwood Teachers’ College 1963-74, U.N.E.S.C.O. project 1972 Principal Bethlehem Teachers’ College 1974-89 Territorial Co-ordinator CXC/Cida Curriculum and Institutional Development Project 1986-89. Awards: Mico Teachers’ College 150th Anniversary Medal for Excellence. Ja. Assn. of Teacher Educators award for devoted service, Prime Minister’s Medal for Services to Education. Publications: Co-authored booklet Group Teaching Approaches. Denomination: Moravian. Married: Gradel Isabel Grant, December 19, 1953; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Golfing, Surf and Deep Sea Fishing, Contract Bridge, Dominoes, Gardening, Reading, Behavioural Science. Club: Manchester Golf. Address:(residence) 159 Pembroke Hall Drive, Kingston 20.

GRANT, Tatlyn Amanda, Business Administrator; Former Trade Administrator. Born: Pedro, St. Ann, February 21, 1927, daughter of the late Isaiah Grant and Kerleen Edwards, Housewife. Educated: Linstead Elementary School, Private Tuition, University of the West Indies. Career: Telegraph Operator and Post Mistress – Post and Telegraphs Department 1945-60, Community

Development Officer Ministry of Development and Welfare, Senior Festival Officer – Festival Commission 1960-71. Assistant Secretary Prices Commission 1971-74, Manager of the Quota Unit, Chief Licensing Office – Trade Administrator’s Department 1974-80. Commercial Officer Canadian High Commission 1981-83, Deputy Trade Administrator 1983-85, Acting Trade Administrator - Trade Board Limited 1985-86; Trade Administrator, Trade Board Ltd. 1986-90. Awards: Key to the city of Miami Beach 1969, Scroll of Friendship (Miami) 1970; Commander of Distinction (C.D.) from the Government of Jamaica; Woman of Distinction Award from the Bureau of Women’s Affairs 1987. Denomination: Anglican. Children: 1 daughter (adopted). Interests: Gardening, Sewing, Dominoes. Address: 51 Acadia Circle, Kingston 8; Tel. 925-2099.

GRAY, Carlyle Windsor, A.T.I.I., F.C.C.A., F.C.A., F.L.M.I., Insurance Executive: Senior Vice President, First Life Insurance Company Ltd. since January 1994. Organizations: Chairman, Windsor Gray Ltd.; Director, Caldon Finance Group Ltd.; C. D .F. International Ltd.; First Life Insurance Co. Ltd.; Jamaica Property Co. Ltd.; Knutsford Holdings Ltd.; St. Andrew Developers Ltd.; Board Member, Kingston Technical High School. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, December 30, 1936; son of George Henry Gray and Theodosia M. Llewellyn-Gray (both deceased). Educated: Kingston Technical High School; Leeds College of Commerce (England). Career: 1956-65 various positions at Income Tax Department ending with Acting Senior Assessor; 1965-68 Accountant (Internal Auditor), University of the West Indies; 1968-73 Senior Internal Auditor, Jamaica Citizens’ Bank Ltd. 1973-84 British American Insurance Company Ltd. – successively Accountant, Financial Controller, General Manager; Since 1984 First Life Insurance Company Ltd. Awards: Silver Medal for placing first in the Commonwealth in 1960 in the Intermediate Examinations of the Association of International Accountants. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Gloria White, June 5, 1970; 2 sons. Interests: Gardening, Reading, Music, Theatre, Taxation. Motto: “Strive for excellence in whatever you do”. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) First Life Insurance Company Ltd., 60 Knutsford Boulevard, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-3700-8; (residence) 6 Manor Park Close, Constant Spring, Kingston 8.

GRAY, Carmen Aleen, Pharmacist. Partner/Director, Barbican Pharmacy since 1990; Director, Westwood Foundation. Organizations: Member, Westwood Old Girls’ Association; Vice-Chairman Board of Governors Tivoli Gardens Comprehensive High School; Past President Pharmaceutical Association of Jamaica; Former Member Pharmacy Council of Jamaica, Member Soroptimist Club of Jamaica. Born: Borobridge, St. Ann, April 15, 1939, daughter of the late Ralph C. Gray, Senior Public Health Inspector, and Cloie Isabelle Ansine-Gray. Educated: Eccleston Primary School, Westwood High School, Kingston Hospital School of Pharmacy, College of Arts, Science and Technology, University of the West Indies. Career: 1961-64 Newington Pharmacy; 1964-67 Musson Jamaica Ltd.; 1967-93 T. Geddes Grant Ltd. Denomination: Methodist. Interests: Reading, Singing, Gardening, Travelling. Address: (business) Barbican Pharmacy, 122 3/4 Barbican Road, Kingston 8; Tel. 927-4643; (residence) 5 Sullivan Place, Kingston 8.

GRAY, Donald Petgrave, J.P.; Company Director. Managing Director Western Terminals Ltd. Director Kingston Terminal Operators Ltd., Western Storage Ltd., Terminal Services Ltd. Organizations: Member Managing Committee - Shipping Association of Jamaica. Spearheaded the formation of S.A.J. Port Computer Centre. Chairman Terminal Operators Group for Caribbean Shipping Association, Board of Trustees Portworkers’ Superannuation Fund. Born: Manchioneal, Portland, August 8, 1916, son of T. Adrian Gray and Georgiana Petgrave-Gray (both dec’d). Educated: Happy Grove High School, Pennsylvania College; Jamaican Institute of Management; Golden Gate College (San Francisco); I.B.M. (Columbia), Dale Carnegie Institution and Administrative Management Society (Jamaica). Career: Assistant Accountant Citrus Growers’ Association Ltd. 1947-48, Assistant Accountant Citrus Company of Jamaica Ltd. 1948-49, Chief Accountant/Office Manager Citrus Company British Honduras 1949-55, Company Secretary Lewis Berger (West Indies) Ltd. 1958-59, Asst. Manager/Credit Controller John Crook Ltd., Chief Accountant Lascelles DeMercado (Transport) Ltd. 1960-65. Successively Accountant, Financial Controller, Administrative Manager, General Manager – Western Terminals Ltd. 1965-81. Awards: Shipping Association of Jamaica Special Award 1988; Life Fellow of the International Biographical Association; Certificate of World Leadership; International Biographical Centre England 1987; World Decoration of Excellence Medallion 1989 by the American Biographical Institute Inc. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Alma Delores Mahadoe; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Reading, Music, Family Security and Swimming. Club: Caymanas Golf and Country. Address: (business) Western Terminals Ltd., Port Bustamante, P.O. Box 19, Kingston 15; (residence) Billy Dunn, Jacks Hill P.A., Kingston 6.

GRAY, Peter Allan, B.A. (Hons.) M.A.; Consulting Engineer, Joint Consultant Limited; Managing Director, Earle & Associates Ltd. - Consulting Engineers since 1974. Director Braemore Engineering Service Ltd. Organizations: Member Jamaica Institute of Management, Institution of Civil Engineers, Jamaica Institution of Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, Institution of Water Engineers and Scientists; Council Member Association of Consulting Engineers (Jamaica). Born: Reading, England, December 3, 1946, son of Reginald Eric Gray, Telecommunications Engineer, and Edith Nellie Elliott-Gray. Educated: Reading School, Pembroke College, Oxford University. Career: Engineer Howard Humphries & Sons - Consulting Engineers 1968-72, Resident Manager Western Region - Howard Humphries & Sons (Ja.) 1972-74. Denomination: Presbyterian. Married: Denise Corine Phillips, November 20, 1971; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Reading, Travel. Club: Pembroke Society. Address: (business) Braemore House, 16 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10. Tel. 927-8217.

GREEN, Errington George, Barrister-at-Law; Former Senior Parliamentary Ombudsman. Organizations: Member Board of Directors International Ombudsman Institute; Member Ombudsman Advisory Board of International Bar Association, International Ombudsman Consultative Committee. Born: Royal Flat, Manchester, December 2, 1926, son of David Samuel Green, Farmer, and Susan Fredericka Thompson-Green, Elementary School Teacher. Educated: Old England and Huntley Elementary Schools, Calabar High School, Lincoln’s Inn (London). Career: While at Calabar – Member of the school’s Debating Team, represented the School at Cricket, Football and Track Athletics – double sprint Champion Class 11 Interscholastic Championship Sports 1942. Represented Jamaica in Track Athletics 1946 with Herb McKenley, Basil McKenzie and George Rhoden established the Jamaica record for the 4 x 110 yards Relay. Joined the Civil Service in 1946, served in the Office of Titles 1946-48, Commerce and Industries 1948-49. Worked in Resident Magistrate’s Court as Assistant Clerk of Court 1949-55, Appointed Deputy Clerk of the Courts 1955, Clerk of the Courts 1961-64, Acting Crown Counsel 1964-66, Appointed Acting Resident Magistrate January 1968 – October 1968, Judge Resident Magistrate’s Court 1968-74, Appointed first judge of the Gun Court 1974. Publications: On First Looking into Dr. Watkin’s Dissertation; The Judiciary and the Administration of Justice in Jamaica Today; Adventures of an Ombudsman – Designate, Commonwealth Judicial JournalVol. 2 No. 3, June 1978; Impression of Israel, Commonwealth Judicial Journal, Vol. 4 No. 3, June 1982, Ombudsmen in Underdeveloped Countries Jamaica - International Handbook of the Ombudsman – Country Surveys Edited by Gerald Cadien. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Gloria Theresa Marie Mesquita, February 28, 1954; 3 sons, 2 daughters. Address: (residence) 62 Lady Musgrave Road, Kingston 10.

GREEN, Lolleta Viona, J.P.; Teacher, Principal Jericho All-Age School since 1968. Born: Belvedere Mountain, Westmoreland, December 15, 1936, daughter of Richard A. Hughes, Farmer, and Evelyn L. Hughes, Housewife. Educated: Kew Park All-Age School 1953-56, Trained Teacher Chester Castle All-Age School 1959-68. Awards: 4-H Medallion 1970, Certificate for brilliant participation in Festidanza in Peru 1973, Award from Jamaica Agricultural Society 1983. Special Award from Hanover 260 Committee 1983, Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation 1983, Gleaner Honour Award 1984. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Wesley Green, August 13, 1960; 1 daughter. Interests: Music, Dancing, Sewing. Club: 4-H, Red Cross. Address: (business) Jericho All-Age School, Jericho P.O., Hanover.

GREEN, Orville Courtney St. Dennis, B.A.; Life Underwriter; Former Sales Representative Life of Jamaica; Managing Director, Gee-Em Communication Ltd. Organizations: Public Relations Society of Jamaica; International Association of Business Communicators. Managing Director, Gee-Em Communications Ltd.; Board Member, Jamaica Automobile Association; Chairman, Welfare Committee, Jones Town Baptist Church. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, March 19, 1940; son of Herbert L. Green, Retired Civil Servant and Joyce A. Green, Housewife. Educated: Central Branch Primary School; Calabar High School; Howard University; (Grad) American University. Career: Internal Audit Clerk, Public Works Department, 1958-62; Reporter, Washington Afro-American Newspaper 1966-68; PR Copywriter, Washington D.C. 1966-69; Management Trainee, CIBC (Toronto & Jamaica) 1969-71; PR Client Executive 1972-74; Manager, Advertising & Education Programmes, National Savings Committee 1974-75; PR Consultant, Jamaica and Toronto 1975-87; Life Underwriter, Toronto 1979-81. Publications: Edited Auto Manual (1986). Denomination: Baptist. Married: Beulah A. Stone, August 5, 1967; 1 daughter. Interests: Music, Driving, Reading, Dancing, Movies, Theatre, Choral Singing. Clubs: Kiwanis; American Universities Graduates Association. Address: (business) Now in Cayman Islands; (residence) 37 Conway Drive, Kingston 20.

GREEN, Phyllis Audrey, B.A., B.Sc., M.A., Ed.M., Ed. D., Management Consultant. Permanent Secretary (Actg.), Minister of Youth & Community Development since 1990. Director H.E.A.R.T. Trust, Micro Investment Development Agency. Born: Kingston, May 2, 1944, daughter of Louis Henry Green, Pharmacist, and the late Geraldine Sylvia Green, Teacher. Educated: St Andrew High for Girls, University of the West Indies, Colombia University. Career: Survey Department 1962; Income Tax Department 1962; Ministry of Communication & Works 1965-68; Ministry of the Public Service 1974-78; Office of the Services Commissions 1978-81; Ministry of the Public Service 1981-90. Publications: Employee Morale in the Jamaican Civil Service (with E. Jones & D. Gordon). Denomination: Anglican. Interests: Dancing, Reading, Walking. Address: (business) 12 Ocean Boulevard, Kingston Mall. Tel. 922-5818.

GREEN, Major-General Rudolph George Edward, O.D., C.D.; Officer of the Order of St. John. J.P. Hon. A.D.C. to H.M. the Queen. Retired Army Officer. Director Administration - Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica since 1979. Organizations: Deputy District Grand Master, English Freemasonry. Member Kingston Parish Church Committee, Formerly President Jamaica Rugby Association, Jamaica Men’s Hockey Association, Hon. Vice-President Jamaica Legion (British Commonwealth Ex-services League). Member Central Executive Jamaica Red Cross Society, Hon. Vice-President Jamaica Scouts Association, Member Central Council St. John Ambulance Association, Hon. Member Jamaica Cricket Board of Control, President Jamaica Squash Racquet Association, Member Wolmer’s Board of Trustees. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, November 11, 1926, son of George Albert Green, Stevedore, and Elma Louise Williams-Green (both dec’d). Educated: Central Branch Elementary School, Kingston Technical High School, British Army Staff College. Career: Joined Staff of Island Medical Office 1946. Later worked in Ministry of Agriculture. Messrs. Carman and Bruce – Accountants and Auditors. Joined Army and was Commissioned 1952, Captain 1956, Major 1962, Lieutenant Colonel 1966, Colonel 1973, Brigadier 1973, Major General 1977. Adjutant (First Battalion) – The Jamaica Regiment 1956-59. Attended School of Infantry (Warminister, Wiltshire) 1959, A.D.C. to Lord Hailes, Governor-General of West Indies 1959-61, Jamaican Equerry to H.R.H. Princess Margaret during Independence Celebrations 1962. A.D.C. to Sir Clifford Campbell (G.C.M.G. G.C.V.O.) – Governor-General of Jamaica 1962-63. Second-in-Command First Battalion – The Jamaica Regiment 1965, Commanding Officer 1966-72. Formed Support and Services Battalion 1973 and was first Commanding Officer, Senior Staff Officer 1973 (June-December), Chief of Staff Jamaica Defence Force 1973-79. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Margaret Olivia Hudson-Phillips, March 30, 1964; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Reading, Walking, Music. Club: Jamaica. Address: (business) Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica, 36 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10; Tel. 929-5380/9; (residence) 8 Ocean Boulevard, Kingston.

GREIG, Stanley Copeland, B.Sc., M.Sc.; Marketing Operations Manager - Marketing Executive, I.B.M. World Trade Corp. (Ja.) since 1979. Organizations: President Kingston Jaycees, Vice-President West Indies Jaycees, Past President Jamaica Computer Society. Born: Savanna-la-Mar, Jamaica, December 14, 1939, son of Stanley M. Greig, Civil Servant and Louise Gayle-Greig (both deceased). Educated: Mannings High School, University of the West Indies, McGill University. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Marva I. Constable, August 21, 1965; 3 sons. Interests: Golf, Squash, Tennis, Gardening. Clubs: Kingston Rotary. Address: (business) I.B.M. World Trade Corporation, I.B.M. 52-56 Knutsford Boulevard, Kingston 5. Tel. 926-3170; (residence) 2C Sharrow Drive, Kingston 8.*

GRELL, Professor Gerald A.C., MB.BS., M.R.C.P., D.T.H.H., MD., F.A.C.P., F.R.C.P., Doctor, Professor of Medicine since 1986. Former Associate Dean, Faculty of Medical Sciences, U.W.I. Organizations: Scientific Secretary CCMRC; Chairman, U.W.I. Ethics Committee. Born: Roseau, Dominica, July 31, 1942; son of the late Hugh Grell, Civil Servant, Planter, and Liege Grell, Housewife. Educated: Dominica Grammar School; University College Hospital of the West Indies; London University. Career: Internship, U.W.I. Hospital 1968; Registrar in Medicine U.H.W.I. 1969-70; Clinical Assistant, Westminster Hospital London 1971; Clinical Assistant, Hammersmith Hospital London 1971; Physician, Princess Margaret Hospital, Dominica 1972-77; Consultant Physician, U.W.I. Hospital 1977-present. Awards: 7 Prizes and Medals as an Undergraduate at U.W.I.; 2 Medals from the Liverpool D.T.M.H. Course. Publications: Over 100 Medical Publications; Author/Editor of the Book The Elderly in the Caribbean. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Karen Nelson, December 5, 1970; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Photography, Gardening, Bicycle Riding, Swimming, Stamp Collecting. Clubs: Rotary Club, Liguanea Club. Address: Now in Dominica, West Indies.

GRENIER, Louis L., S.J., O.D. (Honorary), B.A, M.A., S.T.L.; Minister of Religion, Rector of St. Mary’s Church (Above Rocks, St. Catherine), together with three sister churches at Rock Hall, Cassava River and Pinto. Organizations: Scouts Association; Girl Guides Association; Operation Friendship; Girls Town; Guild of Graduates 4-H; Basic Schools of St. Catherine, Leaders’ Association, Council for the Aged, Teacher Services Commission, Jamaica Catholic – Teachers’ Association, Archdiocesan Education Board, Archdiocesan Building Commission. Food for the Poor, Foundation for International Self Help and Development, Alpha Boys’ School, Chairman St. Mary’s College Board of Governors, Chairman Above Rocks Trade Training Centre; Kingston Scouts’ Local Association. St. Catherine J.A.M.A.L. Board, Basic School of Zone 44 in St. Catherine. Jamaica Cultural Development Commission; Advisor to Harmony in the Residences Movement, Caribbean Association of Catholic Teachers. Born: Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A., November 2, 1918; son of the late Emile Grenier, Insurance Broker, and Regina Berube Grenier. Educated: Peabody and St. Peter’s Primary Schools, Boston College School of Theology (Weston, Mass. - U.S.A.). Career: Assistant Priest (Spanish Town), Sts. Peter and Paul and Holy Cross; Rector Annotto Bay, Holy Trinity Cathedral; Teacher for one year at St. George’s College. Programme Director for twenty-five years of Catholic Relief Services, Deputy Director Roman Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Kingston. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Interests: Social work. Club: Kingston Rotary. Address: (residence) St. Mary’s Rectory, Above Rocks, St. Catherine. Tel. 926-2023.

GREY, Clifford Lindsay, D.V.M. D.T.V.M., M.Sc.; retired Veterinary Pathologist. Past Director Veterinary Services. Organizations: Past Chairman Veterinary Board, Council Member Commonwealth Veterinary Association, Canada and W.I. Regions, Past President Jamaica Veterinary Association. Born: Old Harbour, St. Catherine, son of Clifford Joseph Grey, Mechanic, and Lillian Francis-Grey (both dec’d). Educated: Jamaica School of Agriculture, Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph and Edinburgh Universities. Career: Livestock Field Officer Ministry of Agriculture. Publications: Phaemolitica in Trachael Air of Calves; Faecal Egg Counts in Calves dosed with Anthelmintic and reared in rotation with Cows; Nematode Larvae Counts on Herbage on Pastures grazed alternately by Calves and Cows; A Vaccine Against Bovine Anaplasmosis; Pasteurela Pneumonia in Pigs; Oxalate Nephrosis in Horses; Photesensitization in Cattle; Laryngeal Oeddema in Suckling Calves; A Wasting Disease in Beef Cattle in South Manchester. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Murdel Joyce Brown, September 16, 1954; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Bridge, Reading, Music, Sports. Address: (residence) 62 Sandhurst Crescent, Kingston 6.

GRINDLEY, Leonard Gerald George; Advertising Executive, Founder (1960) Chairman and Managing Director Grimax Advertising Limited, Eagle Nest Ltd., Videomax Productions Ltd., Grimax Public Relations Ltd.; Manufacturing and Investment (Joint Venture) Jamaica Limited; Director, National Library Board; shareholder, CVM Television Ltd. Organizations: Executive and World Council Member, American Chamber of Commerce; Executive Member, International Advertising Association; President, Jockey Club of Jamaica; Founding Member, Contemporary Artists Association; Chairman, National Fund & Finance Committee of Council on Drug Abuse. Born: Mountainside, St. Elizabeth, November 23, 1933, son of John Grindley, Property Owner, and Maud Dunkley-Grindley. Educated: Mountainside School, Buxton and Kingston College. Career: Studied Advertising in New York and Chicago. Worked with John Shraeger Inc. and Leo Burnett before returning to Jamaica to start own business. Obtained “Clio Award” for Advertising Excellence World-wide 1978, 1979, 1980. Honorary Citizen, Dominican Republic (1962). Publications: Booklet – Corporate Images. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Joy Clough, September 4, 1965; 1 son, 4 daughters. Interests: Horsebreeding, Horse-racing, Tennis, Swimming, Hunting, Reading. Clubs: Jockey Club of Jamaica, Liguanea, Constant Spring Golf, Morgan’s Harbour Beach. Address: (business) 15 Haining Road, Kingston 5; Tel. 929-8874/5; (residence) 56 Sunset Avenue, Cherry Gardens, Kingston 8.

GROSETT, Ian Vincent, Attorney-at-Law. Senior Partner F.V. Grosett & Co., Attorneys-at-Law, since 1965. Organizations: Director Port Antonio Town Extension Co. Ltd., Portland Ice Co. Ltd., Cinema Company of Portland Ltd. Born: Titchfield, Port Antonio, September 14, 1936, son of the late Frederick Vincent Grosett, Attorney-at-Law and Olga Edith Sherlock-Grosett. Educated: DeCarteret School, Munro and Titchfield Colleges. Career: Attorney-at-Law since 1959. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Islyn Deacon, 1981; 1 son, 1 daughter (of previous marriage). Interests: Swimming, Boating, Fishing. Clubs: Jamaica, Eastern Jamaica Anglers Association. Address: (business) 2 Harbour Street, Port Antonio. Tel. 993-2532; (residence) Passley Gardens.

GROSETT, Marjorie Elise, Retired Company Secretary/Past President, Girl Guides Association of Jamaica; International Adviser, Girl Guides Association of Jamaica since 1994. Organizations: Member, World Association of Girl Guides’ & Girl Scouts’ Western Hemisphere Committee in charge of Girl Guiding/Girl Scouting, Honorary Associate of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts; International Adviser, Girl Guides Association of Jamaica. Born: Jamaica; daughter of Raynes Granville Evans, Company Director and his wife Clarissa deGuilar-Evans (both deceased). Educated: Wolmer’s Girls’ School, Commercial College. Career: Secretary (eventually Company Secretary), Imperial Optical Co., 1937-84; Various voluntary jobs after that, mostly with the Girl Guides Association; International Commissioner, Girl Guides Association of Jamaica 1964-81; Awards: Secretary of the Year, Kingston 1976; Silver Fish (Commonwealth) and Silver Bee (Jamaica) Girls Guide Awards; Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation for Social Services. Denomination Anglican. Married Arthur Charles Grosett, February 1, 1949. Interests: Reading, Travelling, Shell Collecting, Girl Guides’ Activities. Address (business) 2 Waterloo Road, Kingston 10, Tel. 926-6277/926-6507; (residence) 6 Sharrow Drive, Kingston 6, Tel. 924-2796.

GUNTER, Egbert Leo, M.A., B.Sc., D.P.A., J.P.; Company Director. Group Director Administration JAMPRO since 1983. Born: Manchester, November 22, 1924; son of Egbert A. Gunter, Teacher, and Susan E. Gunter, Teacher (both dec’d). Educated: Excelsior High School; Howard University; American University; University of London and Wharton School; University of Pennsylvania. Career: Formerly Permanent Secretary, Ministry of National Security and Justice. Denomination: Catholic. Married: Stephanie E. Palmer, December 1961; 1 son 3 daughters. Interests: Tennis, Gardening, Jogging. Motto: “Perseverance conquers difficulties”. Address: (business) 25 Dominica Drive, Kingston 5. Tel: 929-2540-9; (residence) 11 Sherbourne Drive, Stony Hill, St Andrew.

GUNTLEY–BRADY, Carrole Ann Marie, Dip. Inst. Ad., B.A.A.; Tourism Executive: Area Manager, Jamaica and Western Caribbean, BWIA Int’l. Ltd. since April 1992. Organisations: St. Patrick’s Foundation; Brooklyn Trading Company. Born: Kingston, June 22, 1948; daughter of Sydney Guntley, Merchant, and Mae Oreta Guntley, Housewife (both dec’d). Educated: St. Hugh’s High School; Ryerson Polytechnic Institute. Career: 1976-78 Executive Sales Manager Jamaica Pegasus; 1978-83 Director of Sales and Public Relations Rose Hall Inter-Continental and Country Club; 1983 Special Assistant to Director of Tourism; 1984 Director of Tourism. Awards: Korey Gold Medal; Ryerson Gold Medal; Golden Helm International Award in Tourism. Denomination: Anglican. Divorced: 1 son Interests: Culinary and Performing Arts. Address: (business)19 Dominica Drive Kingston 5; Tel. 929-4231/3; (residence) 18 Seaview Avenue, Kingston 6.

GUTHRIE, Rupert Steadman Harvey, J.P., Customs Broker, .Managing Director, Rupert S. Guthrie Ltd., Gordips Developments Ltd., and Proprietor, Steady’s Auto supplies. Organizations: Life Member and Senator, Jaycees International (Junior Chamber); Chairman, Mount Royal Co-op Society Ltd.; Executive Member, Customs Brokers Association of Jamaica. Born: Swift River, Portland, December 18, 1932; son of Victor Aubrey Guthrie, Merchant Tailor and Selmore Rose-Guthrie, Furniture Dealer (both dec’d). Educated: Calabar Elementary School; Kingston Technical High School; St. George’s College. Career: Stock Clerk, L. A. Henriques in Bond Warehouse 1952-60; Manager 1960-64; Started own Business Enterprise in November 1964; Elected Vice President, Jaycees of Jamaica 1973; Represented Jamaica at World Congress in Nice, France 1973. Awards: Kingston Jaycees of the Year 1972; Senator (Life Member) of the Jaycees Organisations 1975; The Prime Minister’s Award 1983; Customs Brokers Association of Jamaica Award (Life Member) 1991; Kingston Technical High School Past Student Special Award 1993. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Olivia Ennis, September 27, 1969; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Cricket, Tennis, Swimming, the Fine Arts, Special Interest in people. Motto: “Live and let live, Work for what you want.” Address: (business) 27 Hagley Park Road, P.O. Box 7, Kingston 10; Tel: 926-6596/929-3973; (residence) 9 Oakdale, Norbrook, Kingston 8.

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