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​Irisdeane Clairmonte Francis, Bible worker, director of Voice of Prophecy Bible Correspondence School, advocate for Christian education, church organizer, and preacher, was instrumental in the growth of Seventh-day Adventism in the Eastern Caribbean.

​Benjamin George Othniel French, a Saint Lucian pioneering Adventist educator and administrator, was the tenth president of Caribbean Union College (now the University of the Southern Caribbean) between 1962 and 1965.

​James G. Fulfer was one of the last American Church administrators to serve in the non-Hispanic territories of the Inter-American Division.

​Samuel Lionel Gadsby was an Adventist minister in Trinidad and Tobago and the first native Trinidadian to serve as president of the South Caribbean Conference.

​Julio Domingo García Díaz was a colporteur, a preacher, a worker, and a missionary from Venezuela.

Philip Giddings was one of the earliest of the pioneering Caribbean Adventist missionaries and was among the earliest Caribbean students to study nursing at the Battle Creek Sanitarium and graduate from Battle Creek College.

Cornelius Alexander Augustus Gray was a pastor, evangelist, administrator, and teacher from Jamaica.

​Eric Sylvester Greaves was a pioneering Caribbean mission field secretary, evangelist, minister, union secretary, and conference president.

Timothy Sylvester Greaves was a leader in the medical fields of histopathology and cytopathology, and he became an inspiration to many in the Caribbean and beyond for his vision and contributions to Christian Adventist education.

Christopher McClennan Greenidge was a pioneering Barbadian colporteur and lay evangelist who established numerous churches and companies.

​Richard Edwin Greenidge was a pioneer in establishing Adventist education in Venezuela as he directed the first educational institution in the country, as well as laying the foundations for health institutions, with his wife Rebecca.

The first Seventh-day Adventist missionaries arrived in Grenada in 1892, and the Seventh-day Adventist Church has become the largest Protestant denomination in the island country.

The State of Grenada consists of three islands – Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique – which form the southern end of the Windward Islands.

​Guatemala, also known as the Land of Eternal Spring for its varied and almost permanent year-round flora, is located at the top of the Central American isthmus.

​Guatemala Union Mission is located in the Central American country with the largest population. It is bordered on the north by Mexico, on the northeast by Belize, and on the southeast by Honduras and El Salvador. Its offices are in the capital city of Guatemala.

Guyana (formerly British Guiana) is a country on the northern coastline of South America bordering the Atlantic Ocean.

​The Haitian Union Mission is one of the two French-speaking unions of the 24 unions that comprise the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Roderick Sydney James Hamilton was the third president and longest serving president of the East Caribbean Training School (now University of the Southern Caribbean) located in the British Caribbean colony of Trinidad and Tobago.

Harmon School of Seventh-day Adventists, situated in Rockly Vale, Scarborough, is the pinnacle of Seventh-day Adventist secondary education in Tobago.