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Harold Wilson Baptiste was a Grenadian evangelist, pastor, and administrator who served in both the Caribbean and the United States for more than 30 years.

​Dr. Charlotte (Lottie) Isbell Blake served the church as a pioneering physician, hospital administrator, medical missionary, and teacher. She is distinguished as the first African-American Seventh-day Adventist to become a licensed physician.

​R. T. Hudson served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for 31 years as pastor, evangelist, and administrator. He was a mission-focused community activist, purposeful in ministry and service that often brought the community into his church and took his church into the community. His ministry included enduring support to Adventist education at all levels, and as an avid reader he promoted lifelong learning in its various forms. He was recognized as well for his devotion to the musical arts with a special fondness for classic hymns.

​Marinda (Minnie) Day Sype served the church as a pioneer evangelist, pastor, missionary, conference home missionary secretary, and publishing circulation manager, all of which at that time were extraordinary for a woman.