We have learned that the Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling is to bid farewell to the Queen Elizabeth in London this week. She has served in the job for four years succeeding Sir Arthur Foulkes. She did a creditable job and caps an interesting and fascinating career as a public person, first as the wife of the Father of Our Nation Sir Lynden Pindling while he served as Prime Minister and then in her own right as Governor General. She will mark her 87th birthday on 26th June 2019, one day before she leaves office. Dame Marguerite will reportedly be succeeded by C. A. Smith, the former National Security Minister and now nonresident Ambassador to Panama. There is to be a public ceremony in Rawson Square on 27 June 2019 to mark the occasion. She was appointed on 8 July 2014.