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HADEED, Ray, Business Executive, President Serv-Wel since 1960. Executive Chairman General Consultants and Insurance Brokers Ltd., R.E.H. Investment Ltd., Rosa Investment Ltd., Hadeed Holdings Ltd., Financial Investment Management Services Ltd. Director Century National Bank, Serv-Wel Electric, Serv-Wel Marketing Co., Alumina and Steel Products. Serv-Wel Precision Tools, West Indies Shipping Co., Jamaica Industrial Development Corporation, A & S Services Co. Organizations: Life Director Jamaica Manufacturers Association; U.S. Business Club. Born: Syria, February 21, 1921, son of Elias Hadeed, Farmer, and Sophia. Educated: Omar High School. Denomination: Presbyterian. Married: Rose Hannon, April 29, 1945; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Hunting, Reading. Address: (business) 8 Ashenheim Road, Kingston 11; Tel. 923-6036; (residence) Manor Court, Kingston 8.

HALL-ALLEYNE, Beverly Clare, B.A., M.A., (Linguistics) M.A., (African Studies); Group Manager, Human Resources & Public Relations, Neal & Massy Group Jamaica Ltd. since 1993. Organizations: President, Bolivarian Society of Jamaica; Past Students’ Association of the Queen’s School. Born: Kingston, Jamaica; daughter of the late Lloyd C. Hall, Engineer/Builder and Sybil Hall, Housewife. Educated: The Queen’s School; University of the West Indies; University of California, Los Angeles. Career: Spanish Language Instructor, University of the West Indies 1968-70; Assistant Lecturer, Spanish Language Laboratory, University of the West Indies 1972-74; Spanish Language Instructor, Summer School, Department of Spanish (Suny Buffalo 1974; Research Fellow (Linguistics), African-Caribbean Institute, Institute of Jamaica 1975-85; part-time Instructor – Twi and Swahili, Language Laboratory University of the West Indies 1975-77; Exchange Research Scholar, Institute of African Studies University of Ghana (Legon, Ghana) 1975; Co-ordinator and Instructor, African-Caribbean Institute of Jamaica 1977; Instructor, Summer School Programme, Jamaica School of Dance 1978; Director, African-Caribbean Institute of Jamaica 1978-85; Part-time TOEFL Instructor Intensive English Language Institute (Suny, Buffalo) 1978-79; Executive Director, Institute of Jamaica 1985-93. Awards: Ford Foundation Grant; Institute of Jamaica Founder’s Day Medal for long and dedicated service to the Institute of Jamaica. Publications: Articles in Parolabras, Journal of the MLA (1969), ALCAN I, ACIJ (1980); ALCAN II, ACIJ Newsletter No. 5 (1980); ACIJ Research Review No. 1 (1984); Salute to Afro-Cuba, ACIJ (1975); Editor ACIJ Research Review No. 1 (1984); Sub-editor, Boletin de Sociolingüística, UWI (1969); The Social Context of African Language Continuities in Jamaica, International Journal of the Sociology of Language 85 (1990). Denomination: Anglican. Married: Mervyn C. Alleyne, December 27,1980; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: The Arts. Motto: Age Quod Agis. Address: (business) Neal & Massy Group Jamaica Ltd., 1C Pawsey Road, Kingston 5:Tel. 928-2737 (residence) Kai-Nou, Aguilar Road, Stony Hill.

HALL, Herbert A., B.A., LL.B., Insurance Executive: Chief Executive Officer, Prime Life Assurance Company Ltd. since July 1993. Organisations: Director, Prime Life Assurance Company Ltd.; Chairman, Sigma Investment Management Systems, Sigma Unit Trusts Ltd., Jamaica Association for the Deaf. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, September 21, 1931; son of Lionel Altimond Hall and Mary Hall (both deceased). Educated: Jamaica College; Cambridge University (Jamaica Scholar 1949). Career: 1970-93 Executive Vice President, Life of Jamaica Ltd. Married: Birgitta Gustavsson 1953. Interests: Fishing, Golf, Snorkeling, Reading. Club: Liguanea. Address: 19 Harbour Street, Kingston; Tel. 967-3921; (Residence) 12 University Crescent, Kingston 6.*

HALL, John Ambrose, C.D., M.B., B.S. (Lond.), F.R.C.P. (Edin.), F.A.C.P., J.P., Consultant Physician in Private Practice at Medical Associates Hospital since 1985; Director Medical Associates Hospital, Board of Governors Kingston College. Organizations: Life Member of Convocation University of London; Member Jamaica Historical Society, Medical Association of Jamaica, American Academy of Neurology, World Federation of Neurology (Epidemiology Committee), International Council of Drug Abuse; Life Member Pan American Medical Association; Director for Kiwanis Club of Kingston; University Lodge of the West Indies; Kingston College Old Boys Association; Commissioner St. John’s Ambulance Brigade and Association; Director Big Brothers Movement; Programme Director Dr. Ena Thomas Memorial Trust. Born: Duanvale, Trelawny, December 29, 1926, son of the late John Edward Hall, Head Teacher and Birdie St. Lucia Brown-Hall. Educated: Morris Knibb Preparatory School, Kingston College, University of London, King’s College and Charing Cross Hospital Medical School. Career: Medical Officer B.C.G. Campaign 1952, Port Maria 1953; Caicos Islands 1954-55, Kingston Public Hospital 1955-60; Postgraduate studies London 1956-58, Philadelphia 1963, Lausanne and New York 1969; Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology, Colombia University, New York City 1972; Testimony by invitation before the 93rd Congress U.S. Senate Committee of the Judiciary re: Marijuana - Hashish epidemic and its impact on United States Security; Vice-president 5th Pan American Congress of Neurology 1979; Consultant Physician Kingston Public Hospital 1960-85. Awards: Centenary Medal Institute of Jamaica 1979; Long Service Medal St. John Ambulance Brigade 1969; Medical Association of Jamaica Award for Distinguished Service in Medicine 1986. Publications: Over 25 papers and publications in The Practitioner, Post-graduate Medicine, American Journal of Pathology, West Indian Medical Journal, Travel and Traffic Medicine International. Denomination: Protestant. Married: Alison Hyacinth Armstrong, November 12, 1955; 2 sons. Interests: Reading, Conversing, Medical History, Swimming, Tennis, Chess. Club: Jamaica Officers. Address: (business) Medical Associates Hospital, 18 Tangerine Place, Kingston 10. Tel. 926-1400; (residence) 22 Russell Heights, Kingston 8.

HALL, Lloyd Winston Stephenson O.D.,J.P., L.R.S.M., A.R.C.M., L.R.A.M., G.R.S.M., T.T.C.; Musician and Educator. Retired Senior Education Officer, Ministry of Education. At present Head of the Music Department, at the Shortwood Teachers’ College. Organizations: Jamaica Music Teachers Association, Music Society of Jamaica, Life Vice-President School Music Association of Great Britain. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, May 10, 1925, son of Eustace Hall, Businessman, and Laceta Stephenson-Hall, Housewife (both dec’d). Educated: Central Branch Primary School, Calabar High School, Royal College of Music (London), Dartington College (Devon, England), University of Toronto. Career: Organist and Director of Music St. Andrew’s Scots Kirk since 1949. Conductor St. Andrew Singers since 1954. Introduced Festival of St. Cecilia to Jamaica (annual musical festival at St. Andrew’s Scots Kirk) conductor St. Richard’s Boys’ Choir 1970 and organist and Director of Music St. Jude’s Anglican Church since 1978. Awards: British Council Bursary 1955, Canada Council Fellowship 1962, Travel Awards from the United States Government, Federal Republic of Germany, Badge of Honour and Certificate of Merit in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List 1966. Silver Musgrave Medal for sustained high standard in the development of choral music in Jamaica 1971. Institute of Jamaica centenary medal. Publications: Compilation of Song Books - A music manual: Junior Songs for the Caribbean; Senior Songs for the Caribbean, Music Handbook for Teachers, Jamaica, land we love (a collection of National and Folk songs). Missa Brevis a short mass dedicated to the St. Jude’s Anglican Church for their Patronal Festival 1982. Jamaica, Land of Beauty - a National School Song, words by A.L. Hendriks. Denomination: United Church of Jamaica & Grand Cayman. Married: Divorced; 1 son. Interests: Travel, Reading. Clubs: Musicians’ Society for the Performing Arts (Chicago), Founder and Past Master Lodge, Mico - Scottish Freemasonry. Address: (residence) 15 Norbrook Mews, P.O. Box 218, Kingston 8. Jamaica.

HALL, Marshall McGowan, C.D., B.Sc., Ph.D., Economist; Group Managing Director, Jamaica Producers Group Ltd. since 1979. Organizations: Chairman – Banana Export Co. Ltd., Eastern Banana Estates Ltd., Jamaica Mutual Life Assurance Society, St. Mary Banana Estates Ltd., Victoria Banana Company; Director - National Commercial Bank of Jamaica Ltd., Guardian Life Insurance Company. Born: Jamaica, September 5, 1934; son of the late John McGowan Hall and Doris Alice Wynter-Hall. Educated: Kingston College; Columbia University; University of Wisconsin. Career: Instructor and Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin 1961-64; Assistant Associate Professor and Professor, Washington University 1964-71; Visiting Professor, Makerere University (Uganda) 1970-71; Professor, University of the West Indies Department of Management Studies 1971-75; Dean, Faculty of Social Studies 1973-74; Consultant to Government of Jamaica, several organisations in U.S.A. and Jamaica; Member, Public Utilities Commission 1972-75; Chairman and Chief Executive, Jamaica Public Service Company Ltd. 1975-79; Chairman, Jamaica Public Service Company 1979-81; Chairman, National Development Bank 1981-86; Jamaica Development Bank 1978-86. Publications: Articles in national and international economic journals. Married: Jeanette Bowser, July 12, 1961; 1 son, 2 daughters. Address: (business) Jamaica Producers Group Ltd., 6A Oxford Road, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-3503/7.

HALL, Pamela Savoria, Entertainer, Song-Writer, Producer since 1982. Organizations: Member of the Jamaica Federation of Musicians and the Performing Rights Society. Born: London, England, February 1, 1954, daughter of the late Astley Hall, Welder and Myrtle Hall, Nurse’s Aide. Educated: Franklin Town Primary School; Excelsior High School; College of Arts, Science and Technology; Alpha Commercial School. Career: Secretary/Computer Operator, The Gleaner Company 1974-82. Awards: (With Woody) Best Male/Female Duo 1977; Hilcrams Awards - Best Female Performer 1985; Best Female Vocalist for 1993/94, Caribbean Music Award; New York Reggae Award; Most Improved Artist 1993/94 Martins International; JMF Award, Best Jazz vocal female 1993/94 and 1994/95. Creative Works: (With Errol Wilson) Girl Time, Come Inna Dis (1984), Hol’ Them Jah, Reggae Country (with Willie Lindo). Denomination: Seventh Day Adventist. Children: 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Reading, Listening to Music, Watching Sports: Basketball, Football, Athletics. Address: (business/home) 21 Hialeah Drive, Kingston 19; Tel. 924-5128.

HALSALL, Douglas McArthur, M.J.I.M., M.J.C.S.; Accountant, Managing Director Advanced Integrated Systems. Director P.A.J. (Dev.) Company. Organizations: Executive Member Jamaica Computer Society; Member Jamaica Institute of Management, Society of Industrial Accountants of Canada. President Young Presidents’ Organization (New York), Founder Member N.C.R. Basic School Trust, Chairman Press Association of Jamaica Development Committee. Born: Browns Town, St. Ann, February 26, 1945; son of the late Harry Halsall and Adlene Halsall. Educated: York Castle High School. Career: Accountant Bank of Nova Scotia 1963-67, Cost Accountant Kaiser Bauxite Company 1967-70 Joined N.C.R. Jamaica as an Analyst/Programmer attached to the Data Processing Centre July 1970, Appointed Manager Data Processing Centre December 1972, Marketing Manager Data Centre and Systems Engineering July 1977, Managing Director N.C.R. 1977-87; Managing Director N.C.R. Cayman January 1979. Awards: Chairman’s Award as leading manager in Latin America and the Caribbean 1983. Boss of the Year 1985/86. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Gloria Marjorie Lauther, August 16, 1969; 1 son, 2 daughters. Clubs: Kingston Rotary. Address: Advanced Integrated Systems, 9 Knutsford Boulevard; Tel. 929-7395/6426; (residence) 8 Oakdale, Norbrook, Kingston 8.

HAMILTON, Arthur C., Bachelor of Laws, Certificate of Legal Education; Attorney-at-Law: Partner, Myers Fletcher & Gordon. Organisations: Director, Metropolitan Parks & Markets; Board Member, St. Hugh’s Preparatory School Board of Governors. Member, Jamaica Bar Association; Council Member, Jamaica Bar Association. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, November 8, 1957, son of the late Arthur Ray Hamilton, Businessman and Gloria Hamilton, Charities Accountant and Secretary. Educated: Wolmer’s Boys School; University of the West Indies; Norman Manley Law School. Denomination: Christian Brethren. Married: Joan McDonald, August 7, 1982; 2 daughters. Club: Rotary St. Andrew. Address: (Business) 21 East Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-5860; (Residence) 39 Grosvenor Terrace, Kingston 8.

HAMILTON, Basil Arthur, J.P.; Farmer and Politician since 1952. Born: Hampshire, St. Catherine, January 20, 1923, son of the late Uriah Hamilton, Foreman (Railway), and Gerzeta May Barnett-Hamilton. Educated: Mt. Herman School; Private Tuition U.S.A.; School of Business (New York). Career: Sugar Shipping Clerk Monymusk Estate, Clerk United Estates Ltd., (Bog Walk); Grocery Trade 1951-53; President Hampshire Branch Jamaica Agricultural Society 1953-70, 1973 & 1988, Chairman Hampshire Branch A.I.B.G.A.since 1961; Chairman Bog Walk Area Council A.I.B.G.A. Area Director A.I.B.G.A. (St. Catherine)since 1978, President St. Catherine Branches Associated Jamaica Agricultural Society 1979-80 & 82-83, Member Managing Committee St. Catherine Branches Associated Jamaica Agricultural Society for many years, Chairman Hampshire Branch Citrus Growers’ Association, Chairman St. Catherine Cocoa Co-op since 1975, Vice-Chairman Central St. Catherine Coffee Co-op. since 1983, Member Coffee Industry Board since 1986, Member Coffee Federation, Parish Councillor of the Parish - 23 years, Mayor Spanish Town and Chairman of the Parish Council St. Catherine - five consecutive terms 1969-74. 2nd Vice-President A.L.G.A. three terms. Went to England in 1978 to look into the handling of Jamaican Bananas. Chairman Hampshire/Riversdale/Crawle/Williamsfield Citizens Associations, Chairman Riversdale Sports Complex, Member Community Council S.D.C., Chairman Mt. Herman All-Age School P.T.A., Member of School Boards, and Lay Preacher. Awards: National Award for long and faithful service in 1983, Prime Minister’s Medal in 1984. Denomination: Baptist. Deacon, Secretary for the Circuit and Lay Preacher. Married: Beryl Viola Gordon, March 4, 1951; 4 sons; 4 daughters. Interests: Farming, Reading, Music, Bible Study. Address: (business) Hampshire, Riversdale P.O.

HAMILTON, Howard Lloyd, J.P., B.Sc. (Hons.) UWI 1961: Business Executive; General Manager, The Shell Company (W.I.) Limited since June 1976; Cluster Manager, Shell Companies in Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Haiti and Jamaica. Organisations: Director – Comfort Hall Farms Ltd., Jamaica Savings and Loans Building Society, Ashtrom Building Systems Ltd., National Sugar Ltd., National Council in Education; Vice President, Jamaica Chamber of Commerce. Born: Lucky Hill, St. Mary, April 2, 1939; son of the late Sydney Lloyd Hamilton, Accountant, and Lilias Everyl Hamilton, Company Secretary. Educated: Lucky Hill Primary; Titchfield Primary School; Wolmer’s Boys’ School; University of the West Indies. Career: Chemical Assistant, Shell Company (W.I.) Ltd. 1961-68; Chemical Sales Manager, Shell Company (W.I.) Ltd. 1968-74; General Manager Designate Shell Company (W.I.) Ltd. 1974-75; General Manager Shell Company (W.I.) 1976-83; President & General Manager, (Shell Bahamas) 1984-87; General Manager Shell Company (W.I.) Ltd. since 1988. Denomination: Presbyterian. Married: Marlene Annette Clarke, January 1, 1965; 2 daughters. Interests: Cooking, Horse Racing, Cricket, Gardenin. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Constant Spring Golf. Motto: “Illegitimati non Carborundum” (Don’t let the bastards grind you down). Address: (business) The Shell Company (W.I.) Ltd., P.O. Box 140, Kingston 5; Tel. 928-7300/9; (residence) 1 Durie Drive, Kingston 8.

HAMILTON, Howard Randolph, Q.C.; Attorney-at-Law since 1959; Senior Partner, Wong Ken & Co., Attorneys-at-Law, since January 1995.Organizations: Chairman, JAMAL, St. Andrew Zone; National Aids Committee; President Jamaica Weight-lifting Association; Chairman Titchfield School Board; Past Chairman Bar Association Criminal Law Committee; Past President Jamaica College Old Boys’ Association. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, June 9, 1936, son of the late Eduardo Hamilton, General Manager Jamaica Railway Corporation, and Gertrude Isabel Dann-Hamilton. Educated: St. Aloysius Primary School; Jamaica College; Lincoln’s Inn. Career: Spent 18 months in Government Service after College; obtained initial pupillage with Mr. Dudley Thompson (Q.C.) and Mr. Ian Ramsay (Q.C.) then embarked on Criminal Trial Practice through all the courts of Jamaica as well as Bermuda, Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Grenada and the Privy Council; retained by two Prime Ministers of opposing Governments. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Beverly Ann Harrison, November 9, 1971; 3 sons, 3 daughters. Interests: Tennis, Snorkelling, Cards, Reading. Clubs: Liguanea Club, J.L.T.A. Address: (business) C/o Wong Ken & Co., 15A Old Hope Road, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-4866 and 5 Evelyn Street, Ocho Rios; Tel. 974-5200; (residence) Content Hill, Ocho Rios, St. Ann.

HAMILTON, Sezvin Norman., B.Sc., M.B.A., M.J.I.M.; Information Technology Consultant. Managing Director/Principal Consultant Dataprox Management and Information Systems Ltd. since 1990. Organizations: Director, First Metropolitan Finance Company Ltd.; Bureau of Standard of Jamaica; Hamrose Investments Ltd.; Dataprox Ltd.; Deeds Industries Ltd.; Jamaica Computer Society Education Foundation; Empire Finance and Investment Limited; Caricom Information Systems Consultants Ltd. Chairman, Washington Towers Strata Corporation; Member of the Institute of Management Consultants of Jamaica, The Jamaica Computer Society; Personal Computer Users Group of Jamaica; Corporate Representative, Jamaica Chamber of Commerce; Private Sector Organization of Jamaica. Born: Porus, Manchester; son of the late John S. Hamilton, Contractor, and Carmen Hamilton, Retired Businesswoman. Educated: Porus Primary; Holmwood Technical High; University of the West Indies, Nova University (U.S.A.). Career: Management Analyst (Organisation Methods) Ministry of Finance 1978-79; Senior Systems Analyst, Seprod Group of Companies 1980-82; Director, Dataprox Computer Systems Ltd. since 1981; Data Processing Manager, Rapid & Sheffield Company Ltd. (Grace Kennedy) 1982-88; Managing Director, Dataprox Management & Information Systems since 1990. Denomination: Baptist. Married: Rose Marie Anderson, January 1981; 2 daughters. Interests: Lawn Tennis, Football, Music. Clubs: Rotary Club of St Andrew. Address: Old Stony Hill Road, Box 2056, Kingston 8; Tel. 942-2773; (residence) Constant Spring P.O., Kingston 8.

HAMMOND, Holden Wilberforce, A.A.S., B.S., M.A.; Economist, Company Director. Director Sugar Industry Housing Ltd. Organization: Member International Honour Society of Economists. Born: Portland, Jamaica, July 15, 1946, son of the late Lancelot Hammond, Trade Unionist, and Vivy Dixon, Secretary. Educated: Borough of Manhattan Community, Long Island University (New York). Career: Dept. Asst. Ministry of Communications & Works 1968-71, Sales Representative Jamaica Data Machines Inc. 1971-74, Assistant Sales Manager General Development Corp. (New York) 1974-82, Regional Mortgage Manager The Dime Savings Bank of New York, F.S.B. 1982-85. Awards: Top Sales Representative Award 1977, $100,000 Club Award 1977, Sales Leaders’ Guild Award 1978, General Development Corporations Sales Booster Award 1978, Borough of Manhattan Community College Dean of Student Award 1979, Long Island University Dean Scholar Award 1982. Religion: Christian. Married: Pearline H. Hall, June 23, 1979; 2 sons. Interests: Reading, Dominoes, Fishing. Clubs: Liguanea, Kiwanis. Address: (business) (residence) “Windway”, Sterling Castle, Red Hills, St. Andrew.

HANDAL, Joseph George, Industrialist/Technician, Joseph Handal Knitting Mill; Honorary Consul of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan since 1987. Vice-President Jamaica Arab Cultural Society; Member, Consular Corps of Jamaica; Treasurer, Jamaica Iraqi Friendship Society. Organisation: Director, Joseph Handal Knitting Mill. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, June 10, 1947, son of the late Abraham Handal, Manufacturer, and Marie Georgette Handal, Manufacturer. Educated: Campion College; Bryant & Stratton College, Union Special Technical. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Gladys Jaar, September 19, 1971; 1 son. Interests: Swimming, Reading, Dominoes, Target Shooting. Clubs: Jamaica Rifle Association Address: (business) 2 Andrews Lane (off South Camp Road), Kingston C.S.O. Tel. 928-2661/928-1057; (residence) 25 Dewsbury Ave., Kingston 6.

HARDING, Senator Oswald Gaskell, Q.C., B.A., LL.B; Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public; Senior Partner, O. G. Harding & Co.; Organizations: Founder/Director, The Mortgage Guarantee Insurance Company of Jamaica Ltd., now Eagle General Insurance Company; Director: Eagle Merchant Bank of Jamaica Ltd., Atlas Insurance Agency Ltd., now Eagle Insurance Brokers Ltd., Martins Travel Service Ltd., Eagle Commercial Bank Ltd., Eagle Foundation for Enterprise, Eagle Unit Trust, Eagle Trust Company, Ciboney Group Ltd., National Gallery of Jamaica; Chairman, Eagle Permanent Building Society; Deputy Chairman, Crown Eagle Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Born: Kingston, November 3, 1935; son of Sylvester H. Harding and Edna M. Levy-Harding (both dec’d). Educated: Kingston College; High School of Montreal, McGill University, Canada; London School of Economics, University of London; Inner Temple. Career: Joined Jamaica Foreign Service, served as Diplomatic Officer London; Jamaica’s first Charge D’Affaires, Jamaican Embassy Mexico 1967; Deputy Chief of Protocol, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 1963-66; Crown Counsel, Attorney General’s Department 1966-68; First Employee Life of Jamaica Limited, Secretary and General Counsel, Life of Jamaica 1969-80; Tutor Norman Manley Law School 1975-80, now Honorary Tutor; Notary Public; Senior Partner, O. G. Harding & Company. Appointed Senator 1977, President of the Senate 1980 and re-elected in 1983; Leader of Government Business in the Senate, Minister without portfolio (Foreign Affairs), Chairman National Council on Drug Abuse 1984; Chairman, National Committee for International Year of Peace and Legislative Committee and Minister of Justice and Attorney General 1986; Appointed Queen’s Counsel 1987; Senator, Leader of the Opposition in the Senate 1989; Advisor, Caribbean Law Institute 1990; Deputy Chairman, Jamaica Labour Party 1991 and Treasurer in 1992; Member, Joint Select Committee of Parliament on Constitution since 1978. Denomination: Anglican.Married: Marigold Yuen, December 28,1966; 2 sons. Interests: Sports, Arts, Music. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Kingston Polo, Jamaica Potters Association, Chaine des Rotisseurs (Charge de Presse) Jamaica. Motto: “To exist is to struggle, to survive is to conquer”. Address: (business) 1 Melmac Avenue, Kingston 5; Tel. 929-2598/9. (residence) P.O. Box 281, Kingston 6.

HARDY, William Nicholas, Company Director, Managing Director Magnol House Limited since 1973. Director Philnick Ltd; Maholap Ltd. Organizations: Director, Jamaica Chamber of Commerce; Hardware Merchants’ Association; Construction Resource Development Centre; Member, Managing Committee, Hardware & Construction Resource. Born: Kingston, July 19, 1935, son of Kenneth Barristave E. Hardy, Commission Agent, and Inez Pearl Hardy, Business-woman (both dec’d). Educated: Half-Way-Tree Primary School, Kingston College. Career: 1952 to present Magnol House - held several positions including Sales Manager, Purchasing Officer, Purchasing Manager. Denomination: Anglican/New Thought. Married: Phyllis Del Chung; 1 son, 1 daughter. Address: (business) Magnol House Ltd.,12A Slipe Road, Kingston 5. Tel. 922-8480-3; (residence) 2 Paddington Close, Kingston 8.

HARPER, Cedric Lanyon R., J.P., B.A. M.Sc. (Econ.) LL.B. L.E.C.; Barrister and Attorney-at-Law; Dean of Students, University of the West Indies since 1989; Associate Tutor, Norman Manley Law School. Organizations: President, Lay Magistrate’s Association of Jamaica; Member - Board of Governors, UTCWI; Education Council, UTCWI; Executive Council, Christian Lawyer’s Fellowship; Consultant, Foundation for International Self Help (FISH); Hon. Consul-General of St. Kitts and Nevis in Jamaica. Born: Cayon, St. Kitts, 25th September, 1930; son of Reginald S. Harper, Engineer and Estate Manager and Mary Eglantine McDowell-Harper (both dec’d). Educated: St. Kitts-Nevis Grammar School; Government Teachers’ Training College (Trinidad); University College of the West Indies; University of the West Indies; London University; Norman Manley Law School. Career: Assistant Teacher, Basseterre Boys’ School (St. Kitts) 1948-50; Headmaster, Gingerland Boys’ School (Nevis)1953-54; Headmaster, Gingerland Secondary School (Nevis); 1954-65; Resident Tutor, Extra Mural Department, University of the West Indies (Bahamas) 1966; Warden, Irvine Hall, U.W.I., Mona 1967-93. Denomination: Wesleyan Holiness. Married: Dr. Barbara Shirley Lyle; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Swimming, Music, Reading, Foreign Languages. Address: (business) Office of the Dean of Students, U.W.I., Mona, Kingston 7; (residence) 11A Opal Avenue, Golden Acres, Red Hills, St. Andrew.

HARRIS, C. Mark, J.P., B.A., C.C.R.A.; Business Executive. Managing Director, Property Consultants Ltd. since 1985. Director – Marada Property Holdings Ltd.; Property Professionals Ltd.; Chemar (Farms) Ltd. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, May 11, 1955; son of the late Eugene N. Harris, Businessman. and Marjorie Harris, Cosmetologist. Educated: St Cecelio Prep.; Campion College; University of South Florida. Career: Moore Business Forms Ltd. (Canada) 1976-77; Pan-Jamaican Investment Trust Ltd. 1977-83; C. D. Alexander Realty Ltd. 1983-85. Chief Publications: Articles written for Financial Supplement of Real Estate Jamaica, Money Index. Religion: Judaism. Married: Marguerite Malabre, September 23, 1978; 2 sons, 1 daughters. Interests: Polo, Bird Shooting, Fishing. Clubs: Jamaica Kennel, Monymusk Gun, St. Ann Polo. Address: (business) 12 Trinidad Terrace, Kingston 5; Tel: 929-5462, 929-6062; (residence) 6 Farringdon Drive, Kingston 6.

HARRISON, Jeremiah Rev., Minister of Religion and Farmer since 1948. Organizations: Chairman Christiana Potato Growers Co-Op Association 1987. Born: Queensbury, Southfield, St. Elizabeth February 6, 1929, son of Nathaniel Harrison and Vera Barrett (both dec’d.). Educated: Elementary school; Jamaica Bible College, Mandeville. Career: Farmer and preacher since 1948. Insurance agent 1963-67. Agricultural Marketing Corporation from 1967; Manager 1976-83. Married: Clarice Bent, June 13, 1953; 2 sons, 3 daughters. Religion: M.C.A. Interests: Cricket, Music, Singing. Address: (business) Christiana Potato Growers Co-Op, Christiana P.O., Manchester. Tel. 964-2366; (residence) P.O. Box 111, Christiana, Manchester. Tel. 964-2418.

HARRISON, Verley Emmanuel, B.Sc. (Econ.), M.I.B.; Banker:Senior Director Bank of Jamaica since 1988. Director Summit Corporation Limited, Combined Tobacco Company Jamaica (1979) Limited, Walverton Limited. New Hi-Power Battery Co., Jamaica Record Limited. Organizations: Master University Lodge of the West Indies, Assistant Treasurer Jamaica Cricket Umpires’ Association. Born: May Pen, Clarendon, February 7, 1940, son of Jacob Harrison and Lilian Harrison. Educated: Mico College, University of the West Indies. Career: Auditor Price Waterhouse (Jamaica) 1969-70, Tax Consultant Eaton’s Financial Services (Toronto, Canada) 1971-72, Teacher Sands Secondary School, Government of Bermuda 1972-75; Deputy Managing Director EXIM Bank of Jamaica 1986-88. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Ena Falconer, August 5, 1971; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Cricket Umpiring, Stamp Collecting, Photography, Gardening. Clubs: J.C.U.A., Kingston, Constant Spring Golf. Address: (business) Bank of Jamaica, Nethersole Place, Kingston; (residence) 5 Hart Boulevard, Hope Pastures, Kingston 6.

HARRY, Osmond Joseph, Airline Manager; General Manager, Air Canada N.W. Caribbean and Bahamas since 1991. Born: Dominica, December 20, 1945; son of Radcliffe Harry and Iona Harry. Educated: Dominica Grammar School; P.M.D.P. McGill University. Career: Joined Air Canada 1970; Various Positions, Quebec 1970-78; Manager, Haiti, 1978-81; Manager Sept-Illes 1982-86; Manager Hispaniola 1986-88. Denomination: Catholic. Married: Marie Roy, October 30, 1970; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Hunting, Fishing, Golf, Cricket. Address: (business) Air Canada, Norman Manley Airport, Kingston; Tel. 924-8363; (residence) 11 Carol Close, Armour Heights, Kingston 8.*

HART, Hon. Hugh Cecil Edmund, M.A. (Oxon); Attorney-at-Law and Company Director. Director National Investment Promotions Ltd., Jamaica Bauxite Mining Ltd., Phoenix of Jamaica Assurance Co. Ltd. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, December 26, 1929; son of the late Hon. Clinton Hart O.B.E., Solicitor, and Eily deCordova Hart. Educated: Munro College (colours for Cricket, Hockey, Tennis, Shooting, Athletics), Queen’s College, Oxford University (represented College in Cricket, Hockey, Tennis), Gray’s Inn. Career: Formerly Consultant to Clinton Hart & Co.; Ambassador Extraordinaire, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on Bauxite/Alumina and Energy; Former Chairman Jamaica Bauxite Institute; Bauxite/Alumina Trading Co. Ltd.; Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica; Jamaica Flour Mills Ltd.; Carreras Group Ltd.; Minister

of Mining & Energy 1983-89; Minister of Tourism 1984-89. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Pamela Seaga, June 4, 1977; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Golf, Tennis, Shooting. Address: (business) 6th Floor, 30-36 Knutsford Boulevard, Kingston 5; (residence) 19 Queensway, Kingston 10.

HARVEY, Raymond (Ray) Everald, B.Sc. (Bus. Admin), Business Executive. Managing Director Custom Marble and Design Jamaica Ltd. since 1983. Director Jamaica Commodity Trading Co. Ltd., Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Past President Jamaica Amateur Athletics Association 1971-75. Born: Guatemala, March 13, 1945, son of Cyril P. Harvey, Accountant, and Beryl C. Harvey, Housewife (dec’d). Educated: Vaz Prep.; Kingston College; University of Nebraska (Athletics scholarship), NYU School of Continuing Education. Career: Jamaica Citizens Bank, 1968-69; Port of New York Authority, 1969-70; First Chicago Bank, 1970-72; Farmer 1972-77; Manager Airports Authority of Jamaica, Norman Manley International Airport 1977-80; Managing Director, El Fredo Pizza, USA 1980-83. Awards/Achievements: Won silver medal at CAC Games 1966; Director Coca Cola Comets Relays since 1985. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Winsome Miller-Rowe, 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Track and field – Administrator and Commentator. Club: Director, Montego Bay Comets Athletics Club. Address: (business) Custom Marble Lot Commercial Complex, Montego Bay Free Zone. Tel. 952-4319; (residence) 187 Patterson Avenue, Ironshore, Montego Bay, P.O. Box 731, St James.

HASLAM, Orville Barrington, O.D.; Managing Director Hammer Chemicals Ltd. since 1983, also of Anvil Enterprises Ltd. President Table Tennis Association of Jamaica (J.T.T.A). Born: Kingston, Jamaica, February 21, 1944, son of Gerald Owen Haslam, Accountant and Joyce Haslam Stuart (nee) Edwards, Housewife. Educated: Oberlin High School, Gaynstead High School, Private tuition in England including a course in Chemistry. Career: Ministry of Education as National Coach. Entered into partnership to establish Swift Chemicals in 1977, Founded Hammer Chemicals in 1983 manufacturing Industrial Chemicals and in 1984 established Anvil Enterprises Ltd. as sole distributors of their products. Awards: Badge of Honour. Publications: Publications in sport in the United Kingdom. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Carol Jean Miller, September 1977; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Golf, Classical Music. Clubs: Constant Spring Golf, Melbourne Cricket. Address: (business) 11B Carlton Crescent, Kingston 10. Tel. 929-5816-7; (residence) Apt. 5, 9 Blythwood Drive, Beverly Hills, Kingston 6.

HAUGHTON, John Richard Cedric, B.Sc. (Hons.), Dip. Ed., (UWI) Dip. Marketing, (IMP). Vice President, Individual Life Division, First Life Insurance Company Limited since February 1994; Managing Director, Reggae Rythyms, Montego Bay. Organizations: Director, Rotary Club of St. Andrew. Born: Montego Bay, Jamaica, November 29, 1949; son of John H. Haughton, Retired Civil Servant, and Marjorie Houlder-Haughton, Executive Secretary. Educated: Jamaica College, Excelsior High School, University of the West Indies. Career: Teacher of History and Social Studies 1974-87; Joined Life of Jamaica, May 1987 as a Salesman attached to the Company’s largest Branch; Left the field force in 1990 and was appointed Life of Jamaica’s first Marketing Manager. In 1991 was promoted to Director of Agencies with special responsibilities for the company’s rural branches. Married: Sheron Forrest, March 5, 1988, 3 daughters. Interests: Reading, Aerobics, Dancing, Jogging. Motto: “Never put off for tomorrow what you can do today, because if you do it today and enjoy it, you can do it again tomorrow.” Address: (business) First Life Insurance Company, 60 Knutsford Boulevard, Kingston 5; Tel: 926-3700/9 (residence) Red Hills P.O., St. Andrew.*

HAUGHTON, Stafford Sinclair, R.Ph., Dip. Pharm., J.P. Pharmacist. Managing Director Haughton’s Pharmacy Ltd., Action Attractions Ltd., RMI Productions Ltd., Director, KIG, Mandeville. Organizations: First Vice President, Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Chairman, Central & South Tourism Organisation (CESTO), Member Jamaica Special OlympicsFoundation (Manchester), Founder, Manchester Amateur Athletic Association, Member, Optimists Club of Mandeville, Jamaica Motoring Club, Broadcaster (part time) KLAS-FM and JBC TV. Born: Mandeville, Jamaica, November 28, 1942, son of the late Dudley Arlington Seymour Haughton, Pharmacist, and Lucille Sinclair-Haughton, Housewife. Educated: Manchester High School, College of Arts, Science and Technology. Career: Quality Control Analyst – Federated Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. 1965-66, Production Manager Windsor Laboratories Ltd. 1966-68, Production Manager, Sterling Drug Int. 1969; Member of Parliament N.W. Manchester 1980-89. Awards: Lion of the year – Mandeville Lions Club 1977; Jaycees Outstanding Citizen (Mandeville Chapter) 1978; Received Citation from Pharmaceutical Society for being the first Pharmacist elected to Parliament since Independence 1981. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Joan Elaine Young, December 14, 1968; 4 daughters. Interests: Tennis, Music (all types), Motor Sport, keen follower of all sports played in Jamaica. Address: 18 West Park Crescent, Mandeville.Tel. 962-2246/962-3220 (residence) 4 Battersea Road, Mandeville. Tel. 962-2828.

HAUGHTON-JAMES, Maurice Montgomery (Mickey), Health Club Operator, Managing Director Spartan Health Studio Operators Ltd. since 1976. Born: Falmouth, Trelawny, September 10, 1944, son of Gilbert Haughton-James, Retired Customs Broker, and Lynette Tonsingh Haughton-James. Educated: Vaz Preparatory School, St. Mary’s College, (Headboy and Champion Athlete). Career: Vice-President Jamaica Body Building Association 1975-76, Founder Spartan Health Club 1976. Trained several winners and finalists in international Beauty and Body-building Contests including Miss World 1976. Interests: Sea-bathing, Movies, Boxing, Athletics. Address: (business) 8 Lady Musgrave Road, Kingston 5. Tel. 927-7575.

HAY, Winston Cuthbert Anderson, B.Sc. (Hons.), J.P.; Consulting Engineer, Managing Director Enertech Ltd. since 1982. Organizations: Member Rotary Club of Kingston, Jamaica Institute of Management. Born: Retreat, St. Mary, September 5, 1933, son of the late Rev. John James Hay, Clergyman, and Mary Evadne Anderson-Hay. Educated: Harewood Primary School, Kingston College, University of Toronto. Career: Power Station Engineer, Ontario Hydro (Toronto, Canada) 1958-62; Project Engineer Thermal Power Station Planning Department, Brown Boveri & Co. (Baden, Switzerland) 1962-68; Superintendent Power and Utilities Alumina Partners of Jamaica 1968-73, Director of Operations Jamaica Public Service Co. 1973-75, Managing Director Operations 1975-79, Managing Director and Chief Executive Jamaica Public Service Co. Ltd. 1979-81. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Edda Wintergerst, March 26, 1966; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Antique collections, Astronomy, Tennis. Address: (business) 15A Cassia Park Rd., Kingston 10. Tel: 923-9433; (residence) P.O. Box 764, Kingston 10. (Now with World Bank, Washington).

HAYNES, Beulah Grace, M.B., B.S., D.A., D.M. (Path.), Medical Doctor. Director, National Blood Transfusion Service and Consultant Haematology and Blood Banking, Government Medical Services since June 1980. Organisations: Founding Member of the AIDS Committee; Advisor to the Voluntary Blood Bank Committee; Member of the Blood Bank Advisory Committee; Member of the Central Committee of the Jamaica Red Cross Society, responsible for Health and Welfare. Born: Retreat, St Mary, September 30, 1932; daughter of Gerald Lindo, Retired Farmer, and Una Lindo, Housewife. Educated: Mount Angus and Gayle Primary Schools; Westwood High School; St. Mary High School; St. George’s Extension College; Durham College; University College of the West Indies; Specialist Training in United Kingdom, etc. Career: 1960 Internship, University of the West Indies; 1962-64 Resident in Anaesthesia, University Hospital of the West Indies and the Kingston Public Hospital; 1964-69 Senior Resident in Anaesthesia, Children’s Hospital, Jamaica; Senior Resident in Anaesthesia, Princess Margaret’s Hospital, Nassau, Bahamas; 1973-75 Resident in Haematology, Government Medical Laboratory, Nassau, Bahamas; 1975-76 Medical Officer, National Blood Transfusion Service, Kingston; June/September 1976 Junior Resident, Department of Microbiology, Government Medical Laboratory, Kingston; September 1976/December 1978 Junior Resident in various Departments of the University and the University Hospital of the West Indies; January/December 1979 Senior Medical Officer, National Blood Transfusion Service, Kingston; 1980-85 Associate Lecturer in Haematology, University Hospital of the West Indies; 1981-82 Acting Director of the Jamaica Immunology Unit. Awards: 1948 Matley Award in the Matley Science Competition for an Illustrated Book on Medicinal Plants of Jamaica; 1959 Honours Graduate in the M.B., B.S. Examination in Surgery and Obstetrics and Gynaecology with Distinction (3 Medals);1960 Two-Year Fellowship, Princess Alice Appeal Fund to Study Anaesthesia in England; Publications: 1980 Original Papers “Blood Group Distribution and ABO Haemolytic Disease of the Newborn in Jamaica” - Medical Laboratory Science; Co-Investigator: 1991 “Detection of Early T-Cell Lymphoma Virus Type 1 Antibody Patterns During Seroconversion among Transfusion Recipient” - Blood Volume 77 No. 4; 1991 “The Prevalence of Antibodies to Hepatitis C and Other Markers in Jamaica” - Funded by the American Red Cross for publication; 1992 “A Retrospective Study of Transmission by Transfusion of HTLV 1, and Risk Factors Associated with Seroconversion” -Int. J. Cancer 51. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Compton Neville Haynes June 18, 1960, 1 son, 4 daughters. Interests: Tennis, Swimming, Art, Orchid propagation and development of orchid culture; Experimentation on media efficiency. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) National Public Health Laboratory, 21 Slipe Pen Road, Kingston 5. Tel. 967-2234; (residence) 17 Millsborough Crescent, Kingston 6.

HAYNES, Compton Neville, M.B.C.h.B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Dip.R.C.O.G., M.R.C.O.G., F.R.C.O.G.; Medical Doctor, Private Practice in Obstetrics & Gynaecology since 1975. Director, Medical Associates Hospital Ltd. Born: Georgetown, Guyana, May 18, 1928; son of Joseph Alfred Haynes, Accountant, and Agatha Haynes, Farmer, Land Owner (both dec’d). Educated: St. James the Less; Central High School; Queen’s College; Birmingham University U.K. Career: Senior Registrar, Obstetrics U.H.W.I.; Chief of Dept. Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Bahamas 1969-75. Denomination: Protestant. Married: Beulah Grace Livedo, July 18, 1960; 1 son 4 daughters. Interests: Swimming, Gardening. Address: (business) Medical Associates Hospital Ltd. 18 Tangerine Place, Kingston 10; Tel. 929-1653; (residence) 17 Millsborough Crescent, Kingston 6; Tel. 927-4546.

HAYRE, Delano A. (Danny), B.Sc.(Econ.), U.W.I.; C.M.A, (Ontario); M.J.I.M. Certified Accountant. Financial Controller, Jamaica National Building Society since 1989. Born: Kingston Jamaica, April 24, 1949; son of Wilford George Hayre (deceased) and Freda Elizabeth Hayre, Housewife. Educated: Excelsior School (Head Boy 1965); University of the West Indies. Career: Touche Ross Thorburn & Co. 1969-70, Plant Accounting Supervisor, Standard Brand Ltd. 1971-73; Plant Accountant W. R. Grace (Canada) Inc. 1974-76; Plant Accountant, Budget Manager, Central Controller, Warner Lambert (Canada) Inc. 1976-89. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Club: Rotary Club of New Kingston. Address: (business) 2-4 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 10; Tel. 926-6959. (residence) 11 Hermitage Dam Road, P.O. Box 1244, Kingston 8; Tel. 942-9022.

HEFFES, Denise, Swimwear Designer; Managing Director and Owner Spunk Swimwear since 1985; Shareholder, Heffes Sales Ltd. and Heflin Ltd. Organisations: Director – Spunk Creations Ltd.; Heffes Group of Companies; Cathi Levy’s Little People & Teen Players. Born: July 31, 1955; daughter of Edgar Heffes, Businessman, and Myrtle Heffes, Business-woman. Educated: Queen’s High School. Career: In business since leaving High School. Presented bouquet of flowers to Princess Margaret at three years of age. Awards: Science and Maths Award in the Commonwealth 1973; Best swimwear Designer 1987; Gilbey’s Gin Fashion Excellence Award. Denomination: Anglican. Interests: Acting, Modelling, Dancing, Culinary Arts and Craft. Address: (business) Spunk Swimwear, 20A South Avenue, Kingston 10; Tel: 926-2339.

HENDRICKS, Joseph Samuel, O.D., B.Sc. (Hons.), Dip. & Agric; Civil Service Management Course; Administrator and Agricultural Specialist. Director Livestock Operations, Subject Matter Specialist, ADC Group of Companies. Organizations: Member Board of Governors Mona Preparatory School, Director, Jamaica Livestock Association; Member Board of Management, Jamaica 4-H Clubs; Chair, (Jamaica) International Fund McGill University, Life Member Jamaica Cancer Society; Member Jamaican Society for Agricultural Sciences (JSAS); Chairman, Meats Committee, Jamaica Bureau of Standards; Chairman, Meat Certification for Export Committee; Member Feeds Committee Jamaica Bureau of Standards; Member and Past Chairman National Food and Nutrition Co-ordination Committee of Jamaica (NFNCCJ); Chairman, Beef Committee Jamaica Livestock Association; Chairman, Poultry Committee, Jamaica Livestock Association. Born: White Hall, Portland, June 7, 1926, son of the late Joseph Samuel Hendricks, Farmer, and Viola Evadne Melville-Hendricks. Educated: Enfield Primary School, Jamaica School of Agriculture, McGill University, Canada. Participated in several Beef Cattle short courses, University of Florida. Participated in several overseas tours to observe Livestock Projects. Career: Junior positions – Poultry Projects Ministry of Agriculture 1946-51, Poultry Officer 1955-57, Officer in charge Bogles Agricultural Stations 1957-63, Senior Livestock Officer Livestock Development Division 1963-64; Officer in charge of Dairy Operations Agricultural Development Corporation 1964-69, Supervisor Cattle Programmes 1969-74, Director Livestock Programmes 1974-77, Director of Agriculture 1977-80; General Manager Agricultural Development Corporation 1980-83; Senior Director, Subject Matter Specialist Agro 21/ADC Group 1983 to present. Awards: Jamaica 4-H Club’s Certificate of Recognition 1985) Denomination: United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. Elder/member of Congregational Board; Vice President Mens Fellowship. Married: Sylvia Evadney Robothom, January 20, 1959; 4 sons. Interests: Table Tennis, Reading. Clubs: Kiwanis of Kingston. Address: (business) Mais House, Hope Gardens, Kingston 6. Tel. 977-5387/8; (residence) 16 Armon Jones Crescent, Kingston 6; Tel. 927-0228.

HENDRICKSON, Karl Reginald Maurice; Business Executive, Chairman and President, National Continental Corporation Ltd. since 1967. Appointed Ambassador/Special Envoy, May 1989. Organizations: Director, National Continental Corporation Ltd., Prime Life Assurance Co. Ltd. Born: Mandeville, Jamaica, January 8, 1930; son of the late ReginaldMaurice Hendrickson and Irene Marion (nee) Chin-Fook. Educated: DeCarteret Preparatory School; Jamaica College; McGill University. Denomination Roman Catholic. Married: Nell Jane Chin, April 26, 1952; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Golf. Clubs: Constant Spring Golf, Liguanea. Address: (business) 45 Half Way Tree Road, Kingston 5. Tel. 926-3770/2; (residence) Apt. 1A, Manor Court, Kingston 8.

HENDRIKS, Hon. Malcolm Sidney Spencer, Company Director. Managing Director Hendriks & Co. Ltd. since 1956; Director Vibre Titles Ltd., Fullerswood Ltd., Elim Ltd. Born: Malvern, St. Elizabeth, May 16, 1916, son of the late William G. Hendriks, Businessman and Sybil his wife. Educated: Munro College, Brighton College, England. Denomination Anglican. Married: Irene May Benson Smith, April 23, 1949; 1 son. Interests: Reading, Horse-racing, Golf. Clubs: Jamaica, Jamaica Jockey. Address: P.O. Box 7, Black River P.O., St. Elizabeth. Tel. 965-2265.

HENRIQUES, Avis Evelyn, B.A. (Hons.), C.D., J.P.; Company Director, President and Chief Professional Officer, United Way of Jamaica Ltd. since 1986. Organisations: Subscribing Member and Member Board of Dispute Resolution Foundation Ltd.; Hon. Director, Jamaica Chamber of Commerce; Council Member, Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica. Born: St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica, October 17, 1923; daughter of Claude Niven Ingram, Merchant, and Sarah Monica Moss-Solomon Ingram (both dec’d). Educated: Wolmer’s Girls School, McGill University (1943 Jamaica Scholarship). Career: 1946-64 Teacher of French, Latin and English in various High Schools; 1964-68 Director and Personal Assistant to Managing Director, L. A. Henriques Ltd. 1971-82 Service on a wide range of public sector and private sector boards, including Bank of Jamaica, Jamaica National Investment Promotion Ltd., Jamaica Employers’ Federation, Institute of Jamaica Council, Advisory Committee to Ministry of Education, Advisory Committeeto Ministry of Labour, Joint Board of Teacher Education (UWI) Alcan Advisory Board, Chairman Jamaica School of Art, President Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (1976-80), President Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (1981-82); Freelance Gleaner Columnist and JBC Radio and T.V. Commentator. Awards: Stella Gregory Award for achievement in a non-traditional activity, Musgrave Medal for Arts and Commerce, National Award – Order of Distinction with the rank of Commander. Denomination: Anglican. Married: The late Leslie Alexander Henriques, December 26, 1962; 4 sons. Interests: Swimming, Yoga. Address: (business) United way of Jamaica, 32 1/2 Duke Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-9424/6, Fax 922-1033; (residence) ‘Backabeyon’, Diamond Road, Stony Hill, P.O. Box 88, Kingston 8.

HENRIQUES, David C.; Business Executive; Chairman/Managing Director, Kingston Industrial Agencies Ltd., Kingston Ice Making Co. Ltd., Stephenson’s Litho Press Ltd., Wills Battery Co. Ltd., Bus & Truck Sales Ltd. Organisations: Director, Wray & Nephew Group Ltd., The Bank of Nova Scotia Jamaica Ltd., Lascelles DeMercado & Co. Ltd. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, April 13, 1935; son of Vernon S. C. Henriques, Company Director and Phyllis R. Melhado-Henriques. Educated: DeCarteret School; Jamaica College. Career: Carman and Bruce 1953-57; Peat Marwick Mitchell & Company 1957-59. Religion: Jewish. Married: Margaret Mary Thwaites, July 9, 1959; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Boating, Music, Reading. Address: (business) 583 Spanish Town Road, Kingston 11; Tel. 923-7121-5.

HENRIQUES, Kenneth Ainsley Cohen, Businessman; Managing Director, Contract Furniture Makers (CONFURMA) since 1992. Organizations: Director, United Congregation of Israelities; Chairman, Jamaica National Heritage Trust, Norman Washington Manley Foundation. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, October 11, 1938; son of Emmanuel E. C. Henriques, retired Public Servant and Evelyn P. Matalon Mordecai-Henriques, housewife. Educated: Westbrook Preparatory School; Jamaica College; Reading University. Career: Farming, Manufacturing, Founding M.D. JETCO 1977-81; Past Vice-President, Jaycees of Jamaica; Past Director Jamaica Exporters Association, Jamaica National Exporters Corporation, Jamaica Industrial Development Corporation, Port Authority of Jamaica, Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation, Jamaica Gypsum and Quarries. Denomination: Jewish. Married: Marjorie Lamont, May 10, 1981; 3 daughters. Interests: Reading, Bridge, Backgammon, Geneology. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) 7 Norman Road, Kingston C.S.O., Tel. 928-1140 (residence) 58 Paddington Terrace, Kingston 6.

HENRIQUES, Paul, B.Sc. (Finance), Masters (Professional Accounting), Certified Public Accountant/Accountant; Financial Controller /Commercial Manager, Kingston Industrial Garage since March 1993 and January 1995. Born: March 3, 1967; son of Robert Henriques, Company Director, and Janet Paterson-Henriques (deceased). Educated: Campion College; South Florida University, Tampa; University of Miami; Florida State University. Career: June 1988-December 1989 Financial Analyst, Jamaica Broilers Group; June 1992-March 1993 Financial Assistant, Wray & Nephew Group. Denomination: Jewish. Married: Deborah Anne Levee, November 1992; 1 son. Interests: Squash, Tennis, Golf, Football, Birds-shooting. Clubs: Liguanea, Jamaica Gun, Monymusk Gun, Trelawny Gun. Address: (Business) 381 Spanish Town Road, Kingston 11; Tel. 923-6572; (Residence) 30 Olivier Place, Kingston 8.

HENRIQUES, Roald Nigel Adrian, Q.C., LL.B., LL.M. Attorney-at-Law. Partner Livingston, Alexander and Levy since 1972. Director Island Life Insurance Co.; Containers Company Ltd. Organizations: Chairman Divestment Committee; Member of the General Legal Council of the Bar, The Bar Council and Police Services Commission. Born: November 24, 1934, son of Arthur L. G. Henriques Barrister-at-Law and Beryl Veronica Phillips-Henriques. Educated: Kingston College, London University. Career: Called to the Bar Lincoln’s Inn - Barrister-at-Law 1961, Queens Counsel 1981; Assistant Lecturer University of the West Indies. Publications: West Indies Law Journal; Jamaica Law Journal. Denomination Anglican. Married: Nora Viola Cohen, October 24, 1959; 1 son. Clubs: Kingston, Jamaica, Constant Spring Golf. Address: 20 Duke Street, Kingston.

HENRIQUES, Robert Leslie Cohen; Company Director. Managing Director, J Wray & Nephew Agricultural Division since 1986. Organizations: Director - J. Wray & Nephew Ltd.; New Yarmouth Ltd.; Henriques Brothers. Ltd.; West Indies Metal Products Ltd.; Jamaica Cane Products Sales Ltd.; Sugar Manufacturing Corporation of Jamaica Ltd.; Sugar Producers’ Federation of Jamaica; Chairman, Spirits Pool Association Ltd. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, December 23, 1937; son of the late Vernon Henriques, Company Director and Phyllis Henriques, Housewife. Educated: Jamaica College, Derby School of Technology. Career: Shift Engineer, West Indies Sugar Co.Ltd., Monymusk Factory 1960-63; President Jamaica Assn. of Sugar Technologists 1980-82. Religion: Jewish. Married: Barbara S. Lorck-Schierning, 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Bird shooting, Fishing. Clubs: Jamaica, Liguanea. Address: (business) 23 Dominica Drive, Kingston 5; Tel. 929-8716; (residence) 23 Manor Park Drive, Kingston 8.

HENRY, Artnel Samuel, J.P., C.D., Dip. Agri., Dip. Management, B.Sc. (Agronomy), M.Sc. (Soils and Fertilizers). Ph.D. (Soil Chemistry). Company Executive, Executive Director , Bureau of Standards since June 1973. Chairman College of Agriculture; Director Scientific Research Council, Planning Institute of Jamaica, Scientific Research Council, University Council of Jamaica. Organizations: Member Jamaica Institute of Management, President National Safety Council, Methodist Local Preachers Assn., Member Excelsior School Board; Regional Liaison Officer (Caribbean) for Int. Standards Organization. Born: Mavis Bank, St. Andrew, Jamaica, son of John W. Henry, Farmer/Carpenter, and Melvina A. Henry, Housewife (both dec’d). Educated: Mount Fletcher Primary, Tutorial College, Jamaica School of Agriculture, Agricultural and Technical State University, Michigan State University, Utah State University. Career: Senior Education Officer for Agriculture 1966-67; Leaf Manager Machado Tobacco 1967-70; Agricultural Manager Alcoa Minerals of Jamaica Ltd. 1970–73; Director H.E.A.R.T. Examinations Council, Chairman Tobacco Authority, Chairman Ardenne Evening Institute, Member Agricultural Credit Board. Publications: Standardization in Developing Countries, Regional Food Studies. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Merle E. McLeod, September 9, 1961; 3 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Singing (member Methodist Chorale, Diocesan Festival Choir, Saxthorpe Choir), Music. Motto: “Life owes a man nothing, he gets from life as much as as he is prepared to put into it”. Address: (business) Bureau of Standards, 6 Winchester Road, Kingston 10. Tel. 926-3140-6; (residence) 214 Red Hills Road, Kingston 19.

HENRY, Bernard St. Aubyn, M.B.A. (Hons.) B.S. (Chem.). Businessman. Managing Director, Everything Nice Limited since 1991. Organizations: Director, Everything Nice Ltd., The Reyford Ltd., Instore Support Services Ltd., Reyford Investments Ltd., Fruits of Newell Ltd.; Member, Munro College Board of Governors, Bethlehem Community College Advisory Committee; Chairman, St. Elizabeth Community Development Fund; Born: Ealing, England, January 7, 1964; son of Glenister Alphonso Henry, Farmer, and Delores Henry, Business-woman. Educated: DeCarteret College, Munro College; University of Miami. Career: Marketing Officer, Grace, Kennedy & Co. Ltd. 1987; Brand Manager and Sales Manager (Cold Storage), Grace, Kennedy & Co. Ltd. 1988; Divisional Manager (Agriculture), Hardware & Lumber Ltd. 1988-91. Awards: International Business Plan Competition - Silver Medal, University of Miami 1987; Chairman’s Award, Hardware & Lumber 1990. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Verna A. Wisdom, 3rd February 1994, 1 son, 1 daughter Interests: Music, Dominoes, Sports; Current affairs; Church and Community work. Club: Liguanea. Address: (business) Treasure Beach, P.O. Box 45, St Elizabeth; Tel:997-6703; (residence) Malvern, St. Elizabeth.

HENRY, Desmond Blair, J.P., A.Sc.; Public Relations /Marketing Strategist; Former Director Jamaica Special Overseas Promotions Office based in New York. Born: Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth, February 4, 1935, son of the late Bernard Henry and Jemima Blair-Henry. Educated: Pedro Plains Primary School, Cornwall College, Point Park College, Pittsburgh (U.S.A). Career: Former Press Attache Jamaican Embassy, Washington D.C.; Managing Director Public Relations Associates Limited 1970-76; Director of Tourism 1976-80; Director Air Jamaica and Trans Jamaica Limited; Group Promotions Manager, Desnoes and Geddes Limited 1984-86; Group Advertising and Public Relations Manager, I.C.W.I. Ltd. Denomination Anglican. Married: Joan McFayden, September 30, 1989. Interests: Public Affairs, Sports, Gardening, Cooking. Address: P.O. Box 48, Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth; Tel. 965-0482/3.

HENRY, Glenister A. St. A.; Farmer. Leading Small Stock and Cattle Farmer. Director Everything Nice Ltd. Organizations: Honorary member Jamaica Society for Agricultural Sciences, Vice-Chairman Newell Secondary School Board of Governors and Hounslow Irrigation Authority; Member Bethlehem Teachers’ College Board of Directors, member Jamaica Red Poll Breeders Association, 1st Vice President Lions Club of south St. Elizabeth. Born: Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth, son of the late Bernard A. Henry, Teacher, and Jemima Arabela Blair-Henry. Educated: Pedro Plains Primary School, Dinthill Practical Training Centre. Career: Extension Specialist Agricultural Development Corporation; A leading advisor to Government and Private individuals on goat husbandry. Denomination Anglican. Married: Delores Reynolds, August 13, 1960; 1 son. Interests: Bird Shooting, Horseback riding, Swimming. Club: Lions. Address: (business & residence) Treasure Beach P.O., St. Elizabeth.

HENRY, Hubert George, B.Sc.; Civil Engineer and Farmer, Managing Director H.G. Henry Construction Ltd. since 1971. Director Supreme Jamaica Coffee Corporation Ltd. Organizations: Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers, Founder Member Jamaica Institution of Engineers. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, January 1, 1946, son of the late Hubert George Henry, Real Estate Agent, and Winnifred Stephenson-Henry. Educated: St. Martin’s Preparatory School, Wolmer’s Boys’ School, College of Arts, Science and Technology, University of Michigan. Career: Secretary and Treasurer West Indian Students’ Association, University of Michigan, President Catholic Youth Organization 1964-66. Awards: Caribbean Cement Scholar 1965; Champion Farmer for Portland 1987. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Arlene Harrison, July 14, 1984; 3 sons. Interests: Music, Water Skiing, Tennis. Club: Royal Jamaica Yacht. Address: 49B Lyndhurst Road, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-5992.

HENRY, Hon. Lester Michael, Publisher; Chairman Kingston Publishers Ltd. Organizations: Chairman, Central Clarendon J.L.P. Constituency; Deputy Leader J.L.P.; Member Standing Committee J.L.P.; Campaign Chairman since 1989. Born: Spanish Town, Jamaica, June 18, 1935; son of the late Lester Osmond Henry and Lucille Leon-Henry. Educated: Beckford and Smith’s High School; Ealing Technical School. Career: Caribbean and American Manager (William Collins Publishers); Minister of State in charge of Information; Minister of Tourism 1981-83; Minister of State i/c Culture Office of the Prime Minister since 1983; Member of Parliament for Clarendon Central since 1980. Publications: School Hand Book; Editor, Portrait of a Hero; compiler and author Caribbean Cocktails and Mixed Drinks.. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Camile Hines, 3 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Soccer, Cricket, Motor Racing, Art, Social and Cultural Development, Writing. Address: (business) LOJ Industrial Complex, 7 Norman Road, Kingston C.S.O.

HENRY, Locksley Glenworth Milverton, B.Sc.(Hons.) Management Studies, M.J.I.M.; M.B.A. Finance (Distinction) - UWI, 1991; Marketing 1994. General Manager, 3M Interamerica (Jamaica) since 1992. Organisation: Director, American Chamber of Commerce. Born: Port Antonio, Portland, January 29, 1954; son of Vincent Henry, Retired Public Health Inspector, and Esmine Henry, Retired Nursing Sister. Educated: Crescent Primary School; Kingston College; University of the West Indies (Mona). Career: Financial Controller/Company Secretary, Colgate Palmolive Co. (Ja.) Ltd. (Caribbean Group) 1975-1992. Various Accounting and Management Positions. Participant in various conferences/seminars in the U.S.A., U.K., Central America, South America and the Caribbean for career enhancement and leadership development. Conducted individual and group research, and submitted papers on leading Industries in Jamaica. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Eleanor Andrea McHugh, May 7, 1983; 2 sons. Interests: Reading, Cricket, Jogging. Clubs: Liguanea, Rotary of Kingston Downtown. Motto: “Only the best is good enough”. Address: (business) 218 Marcus Garvey Drive, Kingston 11.

HENRY, Neville Delroy, J.P., M.J.I.M., F.C.I.I., Chartered Insurer. General Manager N.E.M. Insurance Co. Ltd. since 1985; Lecturer at Insurance College of Jamaica. Organizations: Chairman, Insurance College of Jamaica; Deputy Chairman, National WildlifeFoundation; Director - N.E.M. Insurance Company (Ja.) Ltd.; JAMAL; Andrews Memorial Hospital. Born: Kingston, May 26, 1947; son of Harrington Henry and Mary Henry (both retired). Educated: Kingston College; Management Training in various Institutions in United Kingdom. Career: General Insurance since 1967. Awards: Paul Harris Award from Rotary International. Denomination: Seventh Day Adventist. Married: Jeanette Chung, October 5, 1969; 2 sons. Interests: Travelling, Reading, Philanthropy. Club: Rotary of Kingston. Motto: “True Wisdom is a loan to us from God to be used wisely for his purpose.” Address: (business) 9 King Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-0314. (residence) 4 Markway Close, Kingston 8.

HENRY, Roy James, J.P.; M.A., Dip. Ministerial Studies, Dr. of Ministry, Licentiate in Theology; Certificate Advanced Leadership; Minister of Religion: Pastor East Queen Street Circuit of Baptist Churches since 1989. Organisations: President, Jamaica Council of Churches; Chairman, National Committee for Justice, Unity, Peace and Healing; Chairman, Calabar All-Age School; National Chaplain, Girls Brigade of Jamaica, Confederation of Trade Unions in Jamaica. Member, Continuation Committee Caribbean Conference of Churches. Born: St. Mary, Jamaica, May 1, 1944; son of Joseph Henry, Farmer and Vera Henry. Educated: Water Valley Primary School; Police Cadet; St. George’s Extension School; United Theological College of the West Indies; University of the West Indies; Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, U.S.A.; Haggai Institute, Singapore. Career: 1962-69 Jamaica Constabulary Force; 1973-89 Pastor, Thompson Town Circuit of Baptist Churches Awards: Wilford Scope Award - U.T.C.; Who is Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges; The Walter Moser Award, The Edwin Dwight McKune Award, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, U.S.A.; The Watson Scholar Award - Haggai Institute, Singapore; Who is Who in the World (Marquis Who is Who, 13th Edition to be published). Denomination: Baptist. Married: Lorna Miller 1973, 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Cricket, Morning Walks, Reading. Motto: “The test of true service is in long suffering - The utmost for the highest.” Address: (Business: 25 East Queen Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-7174; (Residence) 11 Saumarez Avenue, Kingston 10.

HENRY-WILSON, Maxine Antionette, B.A. (Hons.) History; Master in Public Policy (M.P.P.), Master in Science (M.Sc.), Public Administration; Minister Without Portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister since 1994, and General Secretary, People’s National Party. Born: Manchester, Jamaica, February 1, 1952; daughter of Vincent George Henry, Civil Engineer, and Olive Mae Henry, retired. Educated: St. Andrew High School; University of the West Indies; Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Career: 1974-83 Political Education Officer and Deputy General Secretary - PNP; 1985-92 Lecturer, University of the West Indies. Denomination: Baptist. Married: Gladstone Wilson, 1985, 1 daughter. Interests: Jazz, Ceramics. Motto: “Always trying to do the very best I can.” Address: (Business) Office of the Prime Minister, 1A Devon Road, Kingston 6; Tel. 927-9607; (Residence) 4 Kings Mews, Kingston 10.

HEWITT, Dundee Donald, B.A. (Hons.), Educator; Regional Officer, Jamaica Teachers Association (Region comprises Manchester, St. Elizabeth and Clarendon) since September 1989. Council and Central Executive Member of the Jamaica Teachers Association. Organisations: Director, Mid Island Educational Supplies; Jamaica Teachers Association Co-op. Credit Union Ltd. Born: Manchester, Jamaica, May 22, 1930; son of Kennedy Hewitt, Farmer and Hilda Wright, Business-woman. Educated: New Broughton Elementary School; Holmwood Practical Training Centre; Mico Teachers College; University of the West Indies; London University of London (Associate Degree in Organisation and Administration of Secondary Schools with particular reference to Comprehensive High Schools). Career: Book Keeper, Cattle & Banana Property; Teacher, Vaughnsfield All-Age School, Stony Hill Approved School, Anchovy All-Age School, Knockalva Agricultural School; Principal, Chester All-Age School, St. Ann’s Bay All-Age School in St. Ann, Balaclava Secondary School in St. Elizabeth. Awards: Cross Keys Secondary School and Community Award for Contribution to Education and the Community; Anglican Church Award for Outstanding Contribution to Education for over 30 years; Jamaica Teachers Association Honour Roll 1989 for Outstanding Contribution to JTA and Education in Jamaica; Mico Teachers College 150th Anniversary Award in 1986 for Outstanding Contribution to Education. Publication: The Struggle continues - a Critical Analysis and History of the Contribution of Teachers Organisations in Jamaica. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Dorothy Llewellyn, April 14, 1966; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Gardening, Table Tennis, Cricket, Football, Reading, Politics. Clubs: New Broughton Past Students Association, Mico Old Students Association. Motto: “Perseverance overcomes everything.” Address: (Business) 3 Caledonia Road, JTA Regional Office, Mandeville; Tel. 962-2507; (Residence) 8 Gordon Vale, Mandeville.

HEWLETT-JOBES, H/E Kathryn, B.A. (Economics); Diplomat/High Commissioner for Canada to Jamaica since October 1993, with concurrent accreditation as High Commissioner for Canada to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas and to Belize, as well as Commissioner for Canada to The Cayman Islands and The Turks and Caicos Islands. Born: Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, December 2, 1951; daughter of Alfred Hewlett, Businessman, and Gwen Donogh, Homemaker. Educated: University of Calgary; Canadian Centre for Management Development; Canadian Foreign Service Institute. Career: Numerous positions in the Canadian Public Service. Assistant Policy Advisor (International Aviation) to the Minister of Transport for 2 years; 1981-83 Assistant Manager, Trade Services, Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto; served in missions in Switzerland, Argentina, the Philippines, Denmark; served as Director, Personnel Policy and Planning Secretariat, Personnel Branch, External Affairs and International Trade. Married: Claus Jobes, July 23, 1982; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Skiing, Scuba diving, Reading. Club: Liguanea. Address: (Business) Canadian High Commission, 30-36 Knutsford Boulevard, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-1500/7.

HEWLING, Wesley Augustus F., O.D., J.P.; retired Teacher. Regional Officer Jamaica Teachers’ Association since 1980. Organizations: Member Teacher’s Association, Bogue Heights Citizens’ Association, Past Secretary and Vice President Caribbean Union of Teachers. Born: Townhead, Westmoreland, September 28, 1918, son of the late Augustus Hewling and Burnella Findlator-Hewling. Educated: Townhead School, Mico Teachers’ College, Reading University. Career: Teacher Somerton School, St. James, Principal Richmond School, Hanover 1945-51. Adelphi School 1951-58, Montego Bay Boys’ School (now Corinaldi Primary) 1958-80. Acting Education Officer 1956. Awards: Jamaica Teachers’ Association Roll of Honour 1984; Musgrave Bronze Medal for services to Education. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Daliah Bowen August 15, 1992 (second Marriage) 1 son, 2 daughters (1st marriage). Interests: Kitchen gardening, Farming, Motoring. Clubs: Montego Bay Rotary. Address: (business) 33 Lagoon View Walk, Bogue Heights, Montego Bay. Tel. 979-1120; (residence) P.O. Box 620, Montego Bay. Tel. 952-1242.

HICKLING, Frederick William Elliott, B.Sc., M.B., B.S., D.P.M. M.R.C. Psych., D.M. Psych; Psychiatrist, Director Phsychotherapy Associates since 1985, Managing Director Collective Productions Limited. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, November 19, 1944, son of Herbert S. Hickling, Civil Servant and Kathleen W. Bond-Hickling. Educated: Wolmer’s Boys’ School, University of the West Indies. Career: Registrar in Psychiatry - Department of Psychiatry University of the West Indies and Royal Edinburgh Hospital - University of Edinburgh; Consultant Psychiatrist Bellevue Hospital; Senior Medical Officer Bellevue Hospital 1976-83; President Jamaica Psychiatric Association 1978-82. Publications: (Plays) Explanations - Third World Band 1978; Madnificient Irations 1978; Madaptations 1980' Irations Explosion - Bellevue Hospital; Cooling the Fires of Hell Our Way - Provident Hospital, Baltimore, U.S.A. 1981; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Poetry, Theatre, Music, Jogging, Swimming. Address: (residence) 52 Hope Boulevard, Kingston 6. Tel. 927-2233.

HIGGINS, William Wilman, J.P.; Teacher and Farmer. Retired Principal Morant Bay All-Age School since 1994; Assistant Secretary, Jamaica Teachers’ Association Co-operative Credit Union since 1985; Lay Preacher; Organist, Coke Methodist Church, St. Thomas. Born: Preston, St. Mary, January 15, 1931; son of Lewis George Higgins, Farmer and World War I Veteran, and Corella Rebecca Benbow-Higgins (both deceased). Educated: Preston Elementary School; Preceptors Institute; Mico Training College. Career: Assistant Teacher, Ramble All-Age School 1957-59; Principal, Labyrinth All-Age School 1959-60; Wilmington All-Age School 1960-66; Seaforth All-Age School 1966-75; Morant Bay All-Age (Now Morant Bay Primary and Junior High) 1975-1994. Awards: Award of Merit for Outstanding Services to the cause of Education and to J.T.A. 1971; Centenary Medal in the field of Art, Institute of Jamaica 1980; St. Thomas Teachers Association 1993 for Outstanding Service to J.T.A.; Jamaica Teachers’ Association Golden Torch Award 1994. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Olga Merle Hoilett, December 30, 1961; 2 sons, 2 daughters. Interests: Music, Singing, Farming, Motoring, Public Speaking. Motto: “Service to others is the rent we pay on Earth.” Address: The Mount, P.O. Box 168, Morant Bay, St. Thomas.

HILTON, Richard Garth; Civil Engineer, Managing Director R.G. Hilton Associates Limited since 1980. Framhil Development Limited and Caribbean Cement Company Limited. Born: Westmoreland on June 26, 1933, son of the late Edmund George Hilton, Farmer, and Isoline Isabel Housewife. Educated: Albert Town Primary, Cornwall College and Chicago Technical College. Career: Associated Engineers 1964-67; Melville and Drew 1967-70; Framhil Construction Co. Ltd., 1970-80; R.G. Hilton Associated Ltd., 1980-present; Past Master – Royal Lodge No. 207 E.C. Denomination: Anglican. Divorced: 2 sons, 1 daughter. Address: (business) 39 Queens Avenue, Kingston 10. Tel. 926-2559; (residence) Wilmington Drive, Jacks Hill.

HIN, Ivy May, M.A.; J.P. Horticulturist; Master Craftsman; Traditional Dance Teacher; Senior Cultural Officer, Jamaica Cultural Development Commission. Organizations: President, Soroptimist Club, Mid Eastern Jamaica; North St. Catherine Action Forum; Linstead Dance and Drama Group; Chairman, St. Thomas Ye Vale Garden Club; St. Catherine Craft Association; Member/Superintendent, St. John’s Ambulance Brigade; Commissioner, Boys Scout; Committee Member, People’s Co-operative Bank. Born: Sue River, St. Mary, September 10, 1925; daughter of Joslyn Watson, Farmer, and Margaret Harper-Watson. Educated: Grateful Primary School; University College of the West Indies; Michigan State University. Career: Sugar Industry Labour Welfare Board: Community Development Officer 1953-74; Senior Community Development Officer 1969-70; Chief Community Development Officer 1970-74; Jamaica Social Welfare Commission: Specialist Officer, Dance and Drama 1970-78; Supervisor in Community Development, Craft 1978-82; Special Officer, Grand Gala, Cultural Development Commission 1982-87; Master Craftsman, Teaching Craft Islandwide since 1958; Horticulturist/Farmer, Flowers/Citrus since 1960. Awards: Jamaica Badge of Honour for outstanding and meritorious service; Institute of Jamaica Centenary Award and Bronx Musgrave Medal; International Women’s Day Award in the field of Community Development; St Catherine Awards for Community Development and outstanding and meritorious service in the field of Social Work; Banksian and President Medal from Jamaica Horticultural Society; Jamaica Social Welfare Commission for outstanding service; Lion’s Club of Jamaica Award in the field of Social Work; ABI Award of Women of the Year 1994 for contribution to local community development. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Cornelius Hin in 1958, 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Dancing, Craft, Horticulture, Drama. Clubs: Linstead Dance and Drama; Jamaica Mid-Eastern Soroptimist; St. Thomas-Ye-Vale Garden. Address: (business) Jamaica Cultural Development Commission, 5 Phoenix Avenue, Kingston 10; Tel. 926-5726; (residence) P.O. Box 53, Linstead.

HIRE-MILLER, Lt. Col. Claude Robert Paul, O.D., O. St. J., F.Inst.D., F.J.I.M.; Retired Company Director, Director Lascelles Group of Companies since 1977. Director Lascelles deMercado and Co. Ltd. and various Subsidiaries and Associated companies (including the John Crook Group), Globe Insurance Company of the W.I. Ltd., Western Terminals Ltd., Kingston Terminals Ltd., Kingston Terminal Operators Ltd., Bowden Estates Ltd., Viboys Ltd., Trustee Cadet Association, Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, Jamaica Legion; Council, Executive, Trustee Jamaica Employers’ Federation, Fellow Jamaican Institute of Directors, Order of St .John. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, September 21, 1924, son of the late Claude Vivian Hire-Miller, Infantry Army Officer and Accountant and Elsie May Stephenson Hire-Miller. Educated: Private Schools, Jamaica College, (Scholarship; School colours for Football, Track, Boxing and Rifle Shooting), various Army, Police and Business Schools and courses including 1956 U.K. Police College Senior Course, Henley Course in Administration U.C.W.I., Duke of Edinburgh’s Study Conference, Canada 1962. Career: Official Photographer Imperial Censors, Jamaica 1942-43 British Army Infantry Officer 1943-48 (Hon. Captain, Burma Star, Defence and War Medals), Colonial Police Service (later H.M.O.C.S.) – Superintendent Jamaica Constabulary Force 1948-58, Personal Assistant to Col. Sir Harold Mitchell, Bt., Landed Proprietor and Industrialist 1958-59, Administrative/Executive Staff Lascelles, deMercado and Co. Ltd. 1959 to date, Commissioner N.E. District St. John Ambulance Brigade 1958-59, Member Police Service Commission 1968-75, Executive Committee, Strata Plan No. 6 Abbey Court Apartments 1972-80, Labour Advisory Council 1972, Ministry of Pensions Advisory Council 1978, Member Council and Executive Farquharson Institute of Public Affairs (many years to 1980). Jamaica National Reserve, First Class. Awards: Awarded Independence Medal, Medal of Honour for efficient services to the Jamaica Defence force 1971. Denomination: Anglican. Married: June Audre Simpson, July 12, 1947; 1 daughter. Interests: Reading, Public Affairs, Charities. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Jamaica Officers’, Jamaica Police Officers’ Royal Jamaica Yacht, Jamaica, Life Member Corona Club, U.K. Address: (Residence) Apartment 31D, Abbey Court, Kingston 10.

HIRST, Michael Charles, Advertising Executive. Managing Director McGann Erickson (Ja.) Ltd. since 1981. Director, McCann-Erickson (Ja.) Ltd., Ye Olde Country Ltd., American Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica, The Athenaelin Ltd. Organizations: Chairman, PSOJ Standing Committee on National Security; Chairman, National Crime Prevention Fund. Born: London, U.K., May 19, 1949; son of Sydney Charles, Retired, and Jean Ruth, Retired. Educated: St. Andrews School, Nassau; Crawley College, U.K. Graduate, Advanced Management Training Programme, Tarrytown, New York, 1988. Career: HCF/Advertising, London U.K. 1966-67; Erwin Wasey Advertising, Toronto, Canada 1967-68; Lindo, NCK Ltd./Advertising, Kingston 1968-80. Awards: H.K. McCann International Award 1982; Managing Director of the Year McCann Latin America 1988. Married: Beverley Spencer, May 22, 1971; 2 daughters. Interests: Golf, Boating, Backgammon. Clubs: Constant Spring Golf, Liguanea, Kingston Rotary Downtown. Address: (business) 6 Belmont Road, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-1410-4; (residence) 3 Shortwood Drive, Kingston 8; Tel. 924-2427.

HOHN, WOLFGANG R; Manufacturer & Distributor. Managing Director Magic Home Limited, Wolfgang Hohn Ltd., Magic Kitchen Ltd., Magic Garden. Born: Scheibelsbach, Thuringer Wald, Germany, March 13, 1931, son of the late Erich Hohn, Merchant & Emmi Zitmann-Hohn. Educated: Commercial High School, Humboldt University, Berlin. Career: Eastern German Export Corporation (Deutscher Innen – und Aussenhandel DIA) 3 years, Hamburg Export Company 1 year; Manufacturers Representative, Distributor, Retailer, Storelifting Service, Wicker Furniture Manufacturing, Handicraft Distribution, Garden Systems and Landscaping in Jamaica 27 years. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Nicola Hart 1959 (divorced); 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Gardening, Landscaping, Sculpture, Driftwood, Interior Design. Address: (business) Magic Residence Ltd., The Mall, Kingston 10. Tel. 926-6877, 926-7221; (residence) Magic Garden, 10 Elmwood Close, Kingston 8.

HO LUNG, Richard Ryan, O.D., Ph.D., M.A. Theo, M.A. Phil, M.A. Lit, B.A.; Catholic Priest. Head of Brothers of the Poor since 1981; Director Brothers of the Poor; Faith Centre Ltd.; Golden Age Residence. Born: Richmond, St. Mary, September 17, 1939; son of William Ho Lung, Shopkeeper, and Janette Ho Lung, Housewife (both dec’d.). Educated: St. George’s College; Boston College; Weston University (Mass.); Syracuse University (New York). Career: Assistant Pastor, Aquinas Parish, Kingston, Jamaica 1973-79; Lecturer in English Literature, University of the West Indies 1973-79; Researcher/Lecturer Boston College, Mass. 1979-80; Founder, Missionaries of the Poor; Supervisor, Missionaries of the Poor since 1981. Awards: Guinness Stout Award 1982 for being the Outstanding Individual in the service of Jamaican Community; Nominated by the Gleaner as the Personality of the year in making the greatest impact in the life of the nation especially the poor; Six Jamaica Music Industry Awards for Best Original Music 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994 and Best Music Production 1994; Actor Boy Award for Best Musical Drama 1994; Order of Distinction conferred by the Governor General of Jamaica 1990; Dr. Martin Luther King Award in recognition of contribution and dedication to caring for the poor and commitment to the ideals of Dr. King; St. George’s College Alumni – Man of the Year 1994. Creative Works: Published poems, wrote several plays and musical productions; published 14 LP records; composed 6 Original Musical Productions – Rise Up, Listen Man, David, Praise Him, Sugar Cain, The Rock; organized musical workshop in North America, England and the Caribbean. Established 4 homes for the homeless and the poor, and one religious home in Jamaica; opened missions in India, The Philippines and Haiti. T.V.: B.B.C. Special Star Over Bethlehem 1979, German ZDF – documentary on Missionaries of the Poor 1994; Dutch T.V. Veronica – documentary on Missionaries of the Poor 1994. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Interests: Writing, Music Theatre, Justice for the Poor. Address: (business) 3 North Street, Kingston. Tel/Fax 922-2218.

HOLMES, Oliver Wendell, M.Sc. (Accounting), B.Sc. (Management Studies); Banker/Chief Operating Officer, Manufacturers Merchant Bank Ltd. since April 1991; Part-time Lecturer, Department of Management Studies, University of the West Indies. Organisations: President, Association of Licensed Financial Institutions; Director, Manufacturers Merchant Bank Ltd., Manufacturers Finance Company Ltd., Computer Business Systems Ltd. Born: St. Catherine, Jamaica, February 22, 1950; son of the late Alfred Holmes, Farmer and Ethlyn Holmes, Housewife. Educated: University of the West Indies. Career: 1974-79 Chief Inspector, Citibank N.A.; 1979-81 Manager, Centralised Operations, Citibank N.A.; 1981-83 Managing Director, Citifinance Ltd.; 1983-86 Corporate Banking Group Head, Citibank, N.A.; 1986-89 Financial Controller, Citibank N.A.; 1990-91 Vice President, Corporate Finance, Citibank N.A. Denomination: Presbyterian. Married: Dayle C. Dopson, June 16, 1980; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Golf, Squash, Cricket. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Liguanea, Constant Spring Golf. Address: (Business) Manufacturers Merchant Bank Ltd., 15 Trinidad Terrace, Kingston 5; Tel. 926-2923; (residence) 6 Mountain Spring Close, Kingston 6.

Holness, Roy Winston, Public Accountant; Managing Director, Sherwin Williams (W.I.) Ltd. and Associated Companies since 1982. Regional Director Sherwin Williams (W.I. ) Ltd. Organizations: Chairman, United Way of Jamaica; Fellow Member Association of International Accountants; Associate Member Society of Company, Commercial Accountants. Born: New Market, St Elizabeth, July 15, 1942; son of late Rufus Alexander Holness and Robertha Holness, Farmer/Housewife. Educated: Beersheeba Elementary School, Crescent College; College of Arts Science & Technology. Career: Financial Analyst, Esso Standard Oil (S.A.) Ltd. 1973-81; Regional Controller, Sherwin Williams (W.I) Ltd. 1981-82. Denomination: Moravian. Married: Alma Maureen, August 31, 1968; 3 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Cricket, Badminton, Swimming & Reading. Club: Rotary Club of Spanish Town. Address: (Business) P.O. Box 35, Kingston 11, White Marl, St Catherine; Tel. 984-2787-9; (residence) 4 Montclair Close, Kingston 6.

HONIBALL, Robert R.D.; Retired Businessman; Former President and Administrative Manager, Kaiser Bauxite Company since 1969. Chairman Jamaica Mutual Life Assurance, Director Jamaica Producers Group Ltd. Organizations: Vice-Chairman of Council College of Art Science and Technology, Hon.Vice-President (formerly Chairman) Boys’ Scouts’ Association. Born: Cayo, Mambi, Cuba, November 29, 1928, son of Oscar D. Honiball, Accountant , and Maria Amalia Garcia-Honiball (both dec’d). Educated: Wolmer’s Boys’ School. Career: Manager Insurance Department Adolph Levy and Brothers Ltd. 1951-53, Supervisor Property Transactions Kaiser Bauxite Co. 1953-63, Administrator Property Manager 1963-68, Administrative Manager 1968. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Marguerite Stephanie Harris, 1955; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Golf, Bridge, Reading. Clubs: Kingston Cricket, Liguanea. Address: (business) C/o Kaiser Bauxite Co., P.O. Box 292, Kingston 5; (residence) 12 Great House Boulevard, Kingston 6.

HUDSON-Phillips, Angela Claire, Q.C. 1987, B.A. 1959, LL.B. (Hons.) 1962, LL.M. 1965; Barrister - Hon. Society of Middle Temple 1963; Queens Counsel and Attorney-at-Law/Private Practitioner since 1975. Organizations: Director, Jamaica Mutual Life Assurance Society; Guardian Life of the Caribbean; Friends of Women’s World Banking (Ja.) Ltd.; St. Hugh’s High School (Deputy Chairman of Board of Governors). Born: Castries, St. Lucia, West Indies, October 31, 1937; daughter of the late Sir Allen Lewis G.C.M.G., Q.C., Retired Jurist, Chancellor U.W.I. and Dame Edna, D.B.E. Lewis, Housewife. Educated: St. Joseph’s Convent High School, St. Lucia; University College of the West Indies, London University. Career: Nov. 1963/Nov. 1965 Research Assistant, L.S.E.; Feby. 1966/July 1967 Private practice as Barrister, Trinidad; Aug. 1967/July 1975 Government of Jamaica; since Sept. 1975 Private practice Jamaica; 1977-89 Associate Tutor, Norman Manley Law School. Awards: Appointed Queen’s Counsel October 1987. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Dr. Henry Archibald Hudson-Phillips, October 27, 1962. Interests: Music, Reading. Address: (business) 15 Duke Street, Kingston, Tel. 922-0599; (residence) 12 Keble Crescent, Kingston 6.

HUGH, Doris Martina, J.P.; Realtor, Managing Director Doris Hugh’s Listings since 1976. Director Montego Bay Club Resort. Organizations: President S.O.S. Children’s Village, Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce; Treasurer St. James Library Board, Y.W.C.A. Montego Bay; Board Member Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College. Adoption Board, Council of Voluntary Social Services. Born: Hanover, Jamaica, November 2, 1930, daughter of Alexander Jackson, Farmer and Alice Steer-Jackson (both dec’d). Educated: Bethel Primary School, Buxton College, Jamaica School of Commerce, University of the West Indies. Career: Social Worker Executive Secretary, Y.W.C.A.; Community Development Officer, Sugar Industry Welfare Board;.Real Estate; Hotelier. Awards: S.O.S. Golden Badge of Honour 1978; Institute of Jamaica Centenary Medal 1979; National Award for Meritorious Service 1982. Denomination: Methodist. Married: Alvin Hugh, June 22, 1958. Interests: Reading, Tennis, Gardening, Swimming. Clubs: Ironshore Country. Address: Montego Bay Club Resort, 2nd Floor, Montego Bay. Tel. 952-3535. (residence) Apt 1007, Montego Bay Club Resort. White Sands P.O. Montego Bay, St. James.

HUGHES, Wesley George, Ph.D. (Economics), M.Sc. (Economics), B.Sc. (Hons. Economics); Economic Research Council (U.K.); American Economic Association; Association of Caribbean Economists; Economist/Director General, Planning Institute of Jamaica since May 1995. Organisations: Director, Agricultural Credit Bank Board, Bank of Jamaica Board, Chairman, Planning Institute of Jamaica Board. Born: St. Catherine, Jamaica, October 2, 1953; son of Wesley Hughes and Avis Hughes (both retired). Educated: Mannings High School; Calabar High School; University of the West Indies; University of Sussex. Career: Since 1977 Part-time Lecturer/Tutor; 1977-81 Economist, National Planning Agency of Jamaica; 1981-89 Director, Macro-Economics Division, Jamaica Bauxite Institute; 1989-90 Manager, Five-year Plan Project, Planning Institute of Jamaica; 1990-93 Macro-Economics Planning Division, Planning Institute of Jamaica; 1993 - April 1995 Deputy Governor, Research & Economic Programming, Bank of Jamaica; Awards: Aluminium Company of Canada, Post-Graduate Scholarship 1977; Commonwealth Scholarship, Post-Graduate 1986. Publications: In the Jamaica Bauxite Institute Journal; Journal of the Geological Society of Jamaica; Caribbean Finance and Management; Development Dialogue, Uppsala, Sweden. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Carol M. Walker, July 29, 1995; 1 daughter (From previous marriage). Interests: Philosophy, Chess, Cricket, Squash. Club: Liguanea. Address: (Business) 8 Ocean Boulevard, Kingston Mall; Tel. 967-3856; (Residence) 3 Montgomery Terrace, St. Andrew.

HUMPHRIES, Robert Cameron, F.C.A.; Chartered Accountant. Chairman Victoria Mutual Insurance Co. Ltd. Director Victoria Mutual Building Society, Courts Jamaica Ltd.; Chairman George & Branday Ltd. Born: Kingston, Jamaica, February 1, 1917, son of the late Robert Cameron Humphries and Ermyn Edna Pullar-Humphries. Educated: Wolmer’s Boys’ School, Jamaica College. Career: East Surrey Regiment 1938-46, Commissioned 1940, served in Malaya and Singapore. Returned to Jamaica 1950. Partner in Carman and Bruce 1951. Later Senior Partner Price Waterhouse, retired in 1983. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Daphne Yvette Cole, January 10, 1948; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Golf, Tennis, Cricket, Photography. Clubs: Jamaica, Liguanea. Address: (residence) 29 Mark May Manor, Kingston 8.

HUNTER-SCOTT, Laurice Victoria, R.G.N., S.C.M., M.P.H., Dip. M.T., Dip T.D., Certificate Nursing Administration; Registered Nurse, Health/Nursing Consultant since 1985. Organizations: Life Member, Past President Nurses Association of Jamaica; Member United Nations Association of Jamaica; Council Member Johns Hopkins International Council for Education of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Born: Crooked River, Clarendon, May 3, 1927; daughter of Arthur Adonijah Fearon, Farmer and Louise Melvina Dunkley-Fearon. Educated: St. Hugh’s High School, various Hospitals in England; Midwife Teachers Training College, Royal College of Nursing, Graduate School of Public Health, Pittsburgh, U.S.A. University of the West Indies. Career: Sister and Midwifery tutor University Hospital of the West Indies 1953-59, Midwifery Tutor and Matron Barbados Maternity Hospital 1959-61; Senior Midwifery Tutor Northern Nigeria 1961-63; Matron Princess Margaret Hospital 1964-65; Matron Spanish Town and Kingston Public Hospitals 1966-68; Assistant Nursing Officer (27 Government Hospitals) 1968-69; Principal Nursing Officer Ministry of Health 1969-83; Member National Family Planning Board 1968-1984; Regional Nursing Body (Caribbean) Jamaica’s Representative Chairman 1975, Vice-Chairman 1978-1980. Publications: Case History Spontaneous Amputation of the Cervix - Nursing Mirror 1961; The role of the Regional Nursing body in Nursing Education in the Caribbean (5 year Plan of Action); Development of a System of Regional Examinations (Prepared for Working Party of Principal Nursing Officers and Principal Educators of the Caribbean); The Role and Utilization of Community Health Aides - Jamaica (for Meeting of Regional Nursing Body - Montserrat 1974 - Revised 1977). Denomination: Anglican. Married: Galan Hunter-Scott, February 6, 1969. Interests: Meeting People, Art and Craft, Reading, Gardening, Listening to Music. Address: (residence) 6 Carlisle Avenue, Kingston 8.

HUTCHINSON, Desmond Barrington, Company Executive; Former Marketing & Sales Director CEK Ja. Ltd. since June 1989. Organizations: Member, American Marketing Association. Director, Kingston Y.M.C.A., CEK (Ja.) Ltd.; President, Rotary Club of Spanish Town. Major, Jamaica Combined Cadet Force. Born: Kingston, April 25, 1940; son of the late Henry Hutchinson, Architect, and Grace Graham, Housewife. Educated: Grange Hill Elementary School; St. Georges College; University of the West Indies. Career: Widnell & Trollope, Chartered Quantity Surveyors 1962-64; Carmen & Bruce, Charted Accountants 1964-66; Kem Products Ltd. (now CEK (Ja.) Ltd.) 1966-present. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Children: 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Boating. Clubs: Rotary Club of Spanish Town, Jamaica Officers Club, Royal Jamaica Yacht Club. Address: (residence) 4 Gwendon Park Avenue, Kingston 8.

HUTCHINSON, Roy Navaro, J.P., Business Executive; Chairman/Managing Director, Hutchinson’s Motors Ltd. since 1965. Proprietor, Hutchinson’s Service Station; Managing Director, Southwest Development Co. Ltd. Organizations: Director - Westmoreland Development Co.; Urban Development Corporation; Victoria Mutual Building Society; Rotary Club, Member - Jamaica Auto Parts Dealers Association; Jamaica Gasolene Retailers Association; Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica. Born: Savanna-la-Mar, June 29, 1934; son of Ralph Anthony Hutchinson, Business Executive, and Lena Beatrice Hutchinson, Housewife (both dec’d). Educated: Munro College. Career: Secretary, Hutchinson’s Motors Ltd. 1961-65; Secretary, Westmoreland Amusement Co. Ltd. 1961-64. Awards: Paul Harris “Fellow” Rotary International; Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation 1983. Denomination: Anglican. Married: Delores Allen, July 5, 1959; 2 sons, 1 daughter. Interests: Exercise, Tennis, Reading, Dancing. Clubs: Rotary Club, Masonic Lodge. Address: (business) 48 Great George Street, Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland; Tel. 955-2626; (residence) Smithfield Road, Savanna-la-Mar.

HYLTON, Andre’ Mario, Managing Director, Andre’s Auto Supplies, Andres Auto Services; Director, Locksmith & Security Ltd.; Chairman/Founder, MRAJ; Guilding Light Organisation; Founding/President, Jamaica Classic Car Club; Chairman, Rotoract Club of Kingston; Director/Trustee, Future Vision A.F.S. & Talk Show Host Power 106 Auto Talk. Organizations: Member, Auto Parts Dealers Association; International Vocational Educational Training Centre. Born: St. Catherine, August 11, 1960; son of Keith Hylton, Managing Director, and Verna Hylton, Director. Denomination: Pentecostal. Children: 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Boating, Fishing, Collecting Classic Cars. Clubs: Jamaica Classic Car, Rotary of Kingston, Liguanea, Kingston Cricket. Address: (business) 16 Osbourne Road, Kingston 10; Tel. 968-1560; (residence) 60 Stanmore Terrace, Red Hills.

HYLTON, Byron Ashton St. Michael, LL.B., Attorney-at-Law: Partner, Myers, Fletcher & Gordon since 1983. Head of Litigation Dept. 1989/92; Tutor, Norman Manley Law School since 1982. Organizations: Chairman - The Robert Marley Foundation; Tuff Gong International Ltd. Director - Mortgage & Loan Company Ltd.; Catherine Mount Development Ltd.; Jamaica Mortgage Bank; Sports Oasis Ltd.; Music Manufacturers Ltd.; Council of the Jamaica Bar Association; Member, International Bar Association, St. George’s Old Boys Association. Born: St Andrew, Jamaica, May 4, 1953; son of Berris Hylton, Accountant, and the late Beulah Hylton, Educator. Educated: St. George’s College; U.W.I.; Norman Manley Law School. Career: Barclay’s Bank D.C.O. 1970-71; Lecturer C.A.S.T. 1974-80; Associate Myers, Fletcher & Gordon 1976-82. Denomination: Roman Catholic. Married: Keva Major, August 5, 1978; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Squash, Music. Clubs: Liguanea, Constant Spring Golf. Address: (business) 21 East Street, Kingston. Tel. 922-5860.

HYLTON, Lance Ludlow St. Stephen, LL.B., Legal Education Certificate, Attorney-at-Law: Partner, Myers Fletcher & Gordon since January 1994. Organisations: Chairman, Registrar of Companies Advisory Board; Member, Jamaica College Board of Governors; Member, Jamaica Bar Association. Born: St. Andrew, Jamaica, October 18, 1960; son of Ashton Berris Hylton, Accountant, and Beulah Hylton, Teacher (deceased). Educated: Shortwood Primary; Mico Practising; Elleston Road All-Age; Jamaica College; University of the West Indies; Norman Manley Law School. Career: 1991-93 Director, Berger Paints Jamaica Ltd. Publications: Articles on Landlord and Tenant Law; Guide to Enrolment for New Lawyers (Sanctioned and distributed by the Law School and General Legal Council). Married: Judy Grace Shaw, September 5, 1987; 1 son, 1 daughter. Interests: Squash, Chess, Table Tennis. Club: Liguanea. Motto: “Why not me? Why not now?!” Address: 21 East Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-5860.

HYLTON, Noel Arthur Anthony, C.D., J.P. , Company Executive. President/Chief Executive Officer Port Authority. Chairman Police Services Commission and Teacher Housing Task Force; Director West Indies Shipping Corporation. Born: Cobbla, Manchester, August 15, 1931. Educated: West India College, Borough Polytechnic (London). Career: Employed to the Federal Government and Eastern Regional Government of Nigeria in various administrative capacities 1956-65; General Manager Shipping Association of Jamaica 1966; Executive Vice President Caribbean Shipping Association 1969-75; sat on Royal Commission of Enquiry into ports of the Fiji Islands 1970; Chairman/Chief Executive Officer Port Authority of Jamaica 1975; Director of Air Jamaica 1979; appointed Air Jamaica’s President and Managing Director Air Jamaica 1981-89 on secondment from Port Authority; returned to Port Authority in 1989. Awards: Commander of Distinction by the Government of Jamaica for services to shipping. Denomination: Presbyterian. Married: Patricia Meeks, June 30, 1970; 1 son, 2 daughters. Interests: Cricket, Dominoes. Address: (business) 15-17 Duke Street, Kingston Tel. 922-0290-8; (residence) 6 Brenmar Way, Kingston 8.

HYMAN, Hugh C., B.Sc. (Econ.), LL.B. (Hons.), M.Sc. (Marit. Studies), M.J.I.M., Attorney-at-Law in private practice since 1985; Shipping Consultant; Company Director; National Legal Consultant - International Maritime Organisation Wider Caribbean Initiative on Ship - Generated Waste; Consultant/Presenter, Shipping Division of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Caribbean Trainmar Programme since 1991; Legal columnist, Caribbean Shipping Journal since 1983. Organizations: Member – Jamaican Bar Association, Jamaican Institute of Management, Law of the Sea Institute (University of Hawaii), International Maritime Lecturers Association, Jamaican Federation of Musicians, Mile Gully Secondary School Board, Jamaica Conservation Development Trust. Born: Mile Gully, Manchester, September 10, 1955; son of Douglas Hyman and Metella Hyman. Educated: Mile Gully Basic and Primary Schools; Manchester High; University of the West Indies (Student Union Chairman 1976-78); World Maritime University Malmo, Sweden; (Achieved highest overall results in M.Sc. Maritime Studies course). Career: Legal Officer, Ministry of Construction (Housing) 1983-85; work/training at International Maritime Specialist Law Firms - Brissett, Bishop Davidson in Montreal, Canada, and Wikborg, Rein & Company in Oslo, Norway, and at Legal Department of GARD (Shipowners Insurance) P. & I. Club in Arendal, Norway; Part-time Lecturer in Commercial Law, U.W.I. 1990-91. Special Honours/Awards: European Community Fellowship to pursue postgraduate studies at World Maritime University, Sweden 1988; Membership Court of Honour World Maritime University 1989. Publications: Has published in regional and local law, shipping and other journals; presentations at local, regional and international forums on Maritime Law, Commercial Law and related matters. Interests: Music, Sports, Reading, Travel. Address: (business) 93 East Street, Kingston; Tel. 922-9057/8, Fax 922-7536

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