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Charlotte Amalie
Thursday, December 7, 2023


The Charlotte Amalie High School class of 1952 is so proud of one of its classmates that it has taken out a full-page ad to congratulate him.
The target of their public display of pride: Charles W. Turnbull, who was inaugurated last week as the territory's sixth elected governor.
The 60 names in the Daily News ad include many well-known on the local scene, including Verne A. Hodge, presiding judge of the Territorial Court; Elmo D. Roebuck, a former Senate president and gubernatorial aide; and Rudolph Krigger Sr., who managed Turnbull's campaign and is a former Finance commissioner.
The other class members offering their congratulations are:
Marion Abbott-Francis
Dorothy Abraham-Lockhart
Vern Abraham
Rosetta Baptiste-Milliner
Dorothy Brown
Janet Brunn
Roland Callender
Gloria Callwood-Peterson
Horace Callwood
David Chinnery
Olive Corbiere
Earlyn Cruse
Ina David
Joyce Dawson-Burner
Florence Debellot-Richardson
Iona Nibbs-Williams
Cleomean deGraff-Thomas
Diane de Lugo
June Downing
Simon Farrington
Alda Foy
Austin Francis
Terence Freeman
Pauline Gardener-Petersen
Ezra Gomez Jr.
Liston Gregory
Auslyn Hassel
Bericia Heyliger-Lewis
Doris Hodge
Maude Hoheb
Luella Jackson
Elroy James
Aveline Joseph-Jones
Sonia Levy
Hazel Lewis-Leophart
Mariano Lima
Liston Monsanto
Dougal Niles
Clarice Ottley-Horsford
Alvin Peterson
Unah Petrus-Turnbull
Doris Potter
Leroy Potter
Aurelia Richards-Donovan
Asta Schneider-Gibbs
Vanburn Quetel
Anna Soto
Julius Sprauve
Alvin Steele
Leona Stevens
Gwendolyn Thomas
Manuel Torres
Casilda VanBeverhoudt-Milliner
Elaine Turnbull-Peterson
Ilva Vialet-Benjamin
Cecil Wenner

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