Picture Perfect

Thursday, April 05, 2012

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1. Tara Nunes, PanCaribbean’s Vice-President, Sales and Investment Services at Sagicor Life Jamaica’s 41st annual Corporate Awards Ceremony held at the Jamaica Pegasus last month. (Photo: Lionel Rookwood)

2. BELLES ALL: Contestants for this year’s Miss Jamaica Universe were the special guests at this week’s St Andrew’s Rotary Club Luncheon Meeting held at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Tuesday. Here, President of the St Andrew Chapter of the Rotary Club Robert Drummond poses with the contestants. (Photo: Bryan Cummings)

3. FAMILY DAY OUT: Engineer, Walter Cox and his wife Julianne, a partner in the law firm DunnCox with their children Emily and Ryan pose for the cameras at last week’s Brunch and Rhythm monthly lucheon event hosted by Jacqui Tyson and held at UDC’s car park in downtown Kingston. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)

4. Sagicor Jamaica’s Chief Financial Officer Ivan Carter at Sagicor’s 41st Annual Corporate Awards Ceremony, held last month. (Photo: Lionel Rookwood)

5. Fiona Panton of LIME Jamaica looks resplendent at the Brunch and Rhythm Easter Hat Luncheon held at the UDC’s car park in downtown. Kingston. (Photo: Karl McLarty)

6. CHAIRMEN ALL AROUND! Chairman of GraceKennedy Douglas Orane (left) and Chairman of LIME Chris Dehring were spotted taking in the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys’ & Girls’ Championships on Saturday, March 31 at the National Stadium.

7. Sagicor’s Vice-President, Investments, Brenda Martin smiles for our cameraman at Sagicor Life Jamaica’s 41st Annual Corporate Awards, held at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel. (Photo: Lionel Rookwood)






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