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Charlotte Amalie
Wednesday, March 29, 2023


Barbara Tyne, senior vice president of Topa Equities, has resigned effective Jan. 31.
In a letter to the tenants of Topa Equities (V.I.) Ltd. properties, Tyne said it was "time to move on and pursue other interests."
She did not say what those interests are and did not return two calls seeking comment.
Bill Anderson, president of Topa Equities, in a memo to Topa tenants commended Tyne for her "focus, hard work and enthusiasm."
Anderson said that for now, Tyne and Vice-President Leslie Fisher will share management of the office.
Tyne has been with Topa for seven years and has been the key official managing the firm's extensive St. Thomas real estate holdings. Among Topa's properties: Palm Passage and key parcels on Main Street.
Tyne said in her letter that she plans to stay in St. Thomas.

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