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

Therlow Juan Harper Navarro was dean of men, professor of science, college vice president, college president, university vice president, and a true promoter and supporter of Adventist Christian education.

​Elie Saturné Henry was a lawyer, high school teacher, academy principal, district pastor, and university theology professor. He also held many positions at the mission level: youth and education director, health director, executive secretary, and president.

​Martin Emmerson Dwight Henry was an evangelist, teacher, researcher, and author from Jamaica.

Honduras is located in the north-central part of Central America. Elizabeth Elwin de Gauterau was one of the first Adventist converts from Honduras in the late 1880s.

​Honduras Comayagüela Conference is a part of Honduras Union Mission. Its headquarters are located in Colonia El Prado, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

Honduras Union Mission is an organization of the Inter-American Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

​During his forty-seven years of service, Roy L. Hoyte contributed to the development of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Caribbean and the United States as a pastor and administrator.

​The Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists is one of the thirteen world divisions of the Seventh-day Adventists. The IAD is comprised of Mexico, Central America, the five northernmost countries of South America, and the Islands of the Caribbean. Its headquarters is in Miami, Florida, U.S.A.

​Inter-American Division Publishing Association, Inc. (IADPA), is a publishing firm without printing facilities operated at Miami, Florida, U.S.A., that provides Christian literature primarily for the 43 countries, collectivities, and municipalities that comprise the Inter-American Division.

Inter-Oceanic Mexican Union is one of 24 unions that comprise the Inter-American Division and one of five unions established in Mexico.

The Isthmus Conference is a part of the Inter-Oceanic Mexican Union Conference. It covers the southeast portions of the states of Oaxaca and Veracruz.

Jamaica is an island in the Caribbean Sea about 146 miles long and 51 miles at its widest.

The Jamaica Union Conference was organized in 1944 as the British West Indies Union Mission.

​Aurelio Jiménez Toledo was a lay member who, by his efforts and dedication, took the Adventist message to many parts of southern Mexico and became an ordained pastor in the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Maurice Joseph was a pastor, educator, and pioneer of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Caribbean.

​Frank Cortis Kelley was the first Adventist to arrive in continental Colombia from a foreign country and spread the teachings of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Not commissioned by the Adventist Church, he was a self-supporting missionary in the capital, then Bogotá, Special District, (now Bogotá, Federal District).

Lucy Mae Kum was a pioneering Guyanese student, college instructor, and Department of Business chairperson at Caribbean Union College (now the University of the Southern Caribbean) in Trinidad for 30 years.

​The Lago Guatemala Mission of Seventh-day Adventists was established in 2016 when the Central Guatemala Conference was divided.

José Antonio Lamas Helu was born in Beirut, Lebanon, on November 18, 1886. He traveled to Venezuela with several relatives on August 19, 1904. During the next ten years he learned the Spanish language and held various jobs. He tried to return to Lebanon, but the 1914 Revolution kept him from returning. He became a merchant and arrived at Camagüán, Guárico state. It is there where he heard the Adventist message for the first time at an evangelistic campaign conducted by Pastor Baxter. Lamas was baptized when he was 35 on April 22, 1921. He became a member of the Adventist church in Camagua. His first Christian experience was while defending his belief on the observance of the Sabbath as a holy day when he was incarcerated; but the president of the republic, Juan Vicente Gomez, intervened and set him free.