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​Born on the island of Guadacanal in the Solomon Islands, Wilfred Billy gave 45 years of service as a bookkeeper, pastor, evangelist, college teacher, departmental director, and administrator in the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, and Australia. Serah Billy stood by his side as a pastor’s spouse and mother of their children.

​Geoffrey Wynstan Gibson was an Adventist educator and administrator employed by the government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) where he was awarded the Independence Medal in 1976 and the Order of the British Empire in 1983 for services to education. Gibson was one of a small number of volunteer “missionaries” who shared his Christian values by the way he lived. In July 1985, after serving the government of PNG for thirty years, he was appointed head of the Department of Education at Pacific Adventist College, Port Moresby.

​Oliver David Freeman McCutcheon was an Adventist pastor and administrator in the Australasian Division. He and his wife, Dulcie, spent thirty of their forty-five years of service for the Church as missionaries in the island nations of the South Pacific.