Frederic Hintz, former president of St. Thomas Dairies, died peacefully at his home in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Friday. He was 83 years old.
John F. Smith, better known as “Johnny Smith,” of Dronningens Gade died at his residence. He was 98 years old.
Utah M. Williams Swift died on Nov. 4, at Schneider Regional Medical Center.
Growing up in Anguilla, Dr. Reva Richardson realized health care should be proactive, not just reactive. Getting into the medical profession 'was something from a young age I decided to do,' she said. And focusing on preventive care came just as naturally.
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Faithful servant of God, devoted wife and loving mother Vadis Francis of Estate Smith Bay transitioned to her heavenly home on Monday, Nov. 2.
Caribbean Reservations Inc. selected the American Red Cross (ARC) of the Virgin Islands as a recipient of its donation to nonprofit organizations, due to the extensive work conducted by the Red Cross volunteers in the community with their disaster preparedness programs: Home Fire Campaign and the Pillowcase Project.
Marcus Alarik Norkaitis of St. Thomas has earned the highest advancement award the Boy Scouts of America offers to scouts, the Eagle Scout award. He will be recognized at an Eagle Court of Honor ceremony at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 14, at the American Legion Hall, Sub Base.
Ron Harrigan, Ed. D., president of the Virgin Islands Genealogical Society (VIGS), has announced that the government of Santiago de Cuba has extended an invitation to the V.I. to participate in the 2016 Carnaval festivities.
Camile Davenport’s life came to an untimely end on Oct. 11, while visiting the island of Culebrita, Puerto Rico.