David Pearey

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David Pearey (left) congratulating Ralph T. O'Neal (right) on his appointment as first Premier of the British Virgin Islands.

David Pearey (born 15 July 1948) was the Governor of the British Virgin Islands from 18 April 2006 to 5 August 2010. He was appointed by Queen Elizabeth II on the advice of the British government, to represent the Queen in the territory, and to act as the de facto head of state.

Prior to his appointment as governor, Pearey served as High Commissioner to Malawi from 2004 to 2005.

He has a wife, Susan, and one daughter.


Preceded by
Tom Macan
Governor of the British Virgin Islands
Succeeded by
William Boyd McCleary

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