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Hudson Scipio
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Sir Hudson Rupert Scipio
Former Speaker of the House of Repreentatives, Grenada

Sir Hudson Rupert Scipio was a politician and former Speaker of the House of Representatives of Grenada.

Career

Scipio, a barrister, successfully contested the St. George’s Town seat in the 1967 election for the Grenada National Party (GNP).  He lost his seat in the 1972 election to John Morris of the Grenada United Labour Party (GULP).

Sir Hudson served as Speaker of the House from 28 December 1984 to 11 February 1990.

Personal life

Sir Hudson was married to Mavis Lady Scipio.

Sources
http://www.grenadianconnection.com
 
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Occupation Lawyer, Politician
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Place of Birth Grenada
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Place of Death Grenada
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Notable Accomplishments
Speaker of the House of Representatives of Grenada: 1984 - 1990
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