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​Eugene Theodore Agard was a physicist and Seventh-day Adventist exemplar for creationism.

Neville Gallimore, CD, JP, MD, LLD (Hon), fondly known as “Doc,” was a Jamaican physician, public servant, and advocate for the cause of Christian education, who spotlighted the love of God, both in his native Jamaica and internationally. He was the son of one of the early Adventist pioneers in Jamaica and became the first Adventist politician to serve in the Jamaican parliament, as well as a diplomat, and he laid groundwork for other Adventists to engage in public service. He was an outstanding Adventist Jamaican politician and diplomat.

Bradley Niles was a Barbadian educator and community activist who was instrumental in spotlighting Seventh-day Adventism and its belief system in multireligious Barbados and who had a penchant for serving youth.