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Charmaine R. Rosan-Bunbury to be buried on February 11, 2018

- Body arrived on Tortola this morning February 4, 2018
Late Magistrate Chairmaine R. Rosan-Bunbury, who died on December 31, 2017 at a United Kingdom hospital, will be buried on Sunday February 11, 2018. Photo: VINO/File
The body of late magistrate Mrs Charmaine R. Rosan-Bunbury was returned to the Territory aboard a private plane this morning February 4, 2018 around 8:30 A.M. Photo: Team of Reporters
The body of late magistrate Mrs Charmaine R. Rosan-Bunbury was returned to the Territory aboard a private plane this morning February 4, 2018 around 8:30 A.M. Photo: Team of Reporters
EAST END, Tortola, VI- The body of the late first full time local Magistrate Charmaine R. Rosan-Bunbury, who died on December 31, 2017 at a United Kingdom hospital, was returned to the Territory aboard a private plane this morning February 4, 2018 around 8:30 A.M.

The family has announced that the deceased will be buried on Sunday February 11, 2018 and the pre-service will be held from 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. and the service will begin immediately after. The funeral service will take place at the Fat Hogs Bay Seventh-day Adventist Church on Tortola.

Attorney Rosan-Bunbury will be interred at the Greenland Cemetery in Long Look. Family spokeswoman Rosemary L. Rosan-Jones told our newsroom that “in lieu of flowers, the family wishes to have donations made to the Virgin Islands Cancer Society and the Sensus Gym mammogram programme.”

A pioneer in her own rights

The late Mrs Rosan-Bunbury graduated cum laude from the University of the Virgin Islands with a major in Business Management. She went on to obtain her law degree in the United Kingdom (UK) where she attended Northumbria University and graduated in 2002.

She was also called to the Bar of England and Wales and the Virgin Islands (VI) that same year. In fact, the late magistrate was among the earliest set of students that started receiving their legal education from the UK, a break from the tradition of the University of the West Indies (UWI).

The late Attorney was also one of the earlier students from the VI to be called to the Bar in England and Wales, helping to open up opportunities for other VI students to study law there.

Once she left the civil service she started her own law firm, Rosan Law, an active law firm up to the time of her passing.

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