UPDATED: Government to open condolence book for Vivian Philips
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UPDATED: Government to open condolence book for Vivian Philips

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SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - On Monday, October 25, at 10:00 AM, a condolence-memorial book will be opened to the public in connection with the passing of civil servant Vivian Philips. 

The condolence-memorial book will be open daily from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Government Administration Building on Pond Island until Friday, November 12. Civil servants can sign the condolence book at any time throughout the day.

Vivian Philips worked as a government security guard and receptionist at the Department of Facility Services. She was a quiet, kind hearted and helpful person who always had good stories to recount of her past years working for government. She will be dearly missed by all her colleagues, family and friends.

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ARCHIVED - THURSDAY OCT.21 - SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - It is with great sadness that the Government of Sint Maarten received news concerning the passing of civil servant Vivian Philips on Monday, October 18.

Ms. Philips served as a government security guard and receptionist at various locations for the past 32 years. Ms. Philips was very loving, always asking her colleagues about their loved ones as they passed her.

Colleagues of Ms. Philips describe her as a quiet, kind-hearted and helpful person who always had good stories to recount of her past years working for government.

“On behalf of the Council of Ministers (Ed COM), we extend our deepest condolences to the late Vivian Philips’ son Natalian Philips, family and friends. The Department of Facility Services has lost a dedicated and committed colleague whose impact will remain for years to come," stated Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs.

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