CARAIFA - Caribbean Association Of Insurance & Financial Advisors

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CARAIFA Stalwarts

CARAIFA Stalwarts

CARAIFA’S FIRST EXECUTIVE

President – Lincoln Morrison (Jamaica)

Secretary General – Gladstone Pottinger (Jamaica)

Vice President – Samial Jadoonanan (Trinidad & Tobago)

Education Chairman - Owen Thompson (Jamaica)

Director - Kelvin Harris (Trinidad)

Director – Len Williams (Grenada)

Director – Shirley Clarke (Barbados)

Director – Len Wharton (Guyana)

PAST PRESIDENTS

Lincoln Morrison, CLU

Jamaica

1977

1978

Owen Thompson (Deceased)

Jamaica

1979

1982

Roy Sydney

Trinidad

1983

1984

The Late Owen Thompson

Jamaica

1984

1985

Mark Norville, CLU

Barbados

1986

1989

Keith King

Barbados

1990

1993

Delton Phillips, CLU

Jamaica

1993

1994

Alvin Alexander, CLU

Trinidad

1994

1996

Livingston Carter

Barbados

1996

1998

Marcelle Fenton CLU, CH.F.C., FLMI, LUTCF, MBA, BA

Jamaica

1998

2000

William Wiltshire BA, DLU

Trinidad

2000

2002

Marilyn Rice-Bowen LUTCF

Barbados

2002

2004

Amado Marcano CLF. CIAM

Trinidad

2004

2006

Rudolph Jackson, Bsc, CLU, ChFC

Jamaica

2006

2008

Maxim Marquez, LUTCF, FSS

Trinidad & Tobago

2008

2010

Emond Lewis Mitchell, LUTCF. FSS

Grenada 2010 2012

Pauline McKenzie-Fairclough, LUTCF

Jamaica 2012 2014

PAST SECRETARIES-GENERAL

Gladstone Pottinger, CLU who was the first Secretary General served in this position for 12 years (1977 -1989).  He retired in 1989 and Phillip Reid, CLU, Ch.F.C. took over from 1989 and served until 1994 when he resigned.  In 1994 the post was taken over by Mr. Neville Anderson who retired in November 2001, after which Mrs. Marcelle Fenton was acting Secretary General until May 2002.

PAST EDUCATION COUNCIL CHAIRMEN

The Late Owen Thompson

Jamaica

Delton Phillips

Jamaica

Leroy Ivey

Jamaica

Rudolph Jackson

Jamaica

HONORARY MEMBERS

Over the years the following persons have been installed as CARAIFA Honorary Members:-

Thomas Bishop (deceased 2003)

Trinidad

Bill Highton

Barbados

Earl Moore

Jamaica

Chester John

Grenada

Alvin Alexander

Trinidad

Michael Fraser

Jamaica

Shirley Clarke

Barbados

Marcelle Fenton

Jamaica

Gladstone Pottinger

Jamaica

Curtis Tonge

Dominica

Oliver Jones

Jamaica

Antoinette Thompson (deceased)

Barbados

DA Tony Williamson

Jamaica

Nathaniel Wiltshire

Trinidad

Keith King

Barbados

Owen Thompson (posthumously)

Jamaica

Amado Marcano

Trinidad & Tobago

R. Danvers Williams

Jamaica

Thomas James

Jamaica

Roy Sydney

Trinidad & Tobago

Edward Balderamos

Cayman Islands

Frank Odle

Barbados
Patricia M. Gilding Barbados
 

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