Seychelles’ mourns passing of tourism pioneer

MYRIAM ST. ANGE RIP – A LA DIGUE TOURISM PIONEER

(Posted 19th September 2021)

Myriam St. Ange and her two sons Carl & Sydney Mills converted the La Digue Island St. Ange family home, the Chateau St.Cloud in the Seychelles into a family hotel as they retained the colonial era characteristics of the iconic building.

Myriam and her sons ran a successful operation as she continued to play a focal role in the tourism development of the islands.

Myriam St. Ange has sadly passed away on Saturday 18th of September, only four days after her 74th birthday.

The St. Ange family had gathered on the island of La Digue for the last few days to be next to their sister and she passed away surrounded by her sons, her brothers and their families in what was an emotional farewell.

Myriam St. Ange is the sister of Alain St. Ange, the former Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine of the Seychelles and many of her family members are today successful tourism stakeholders in the Seychelles.

ATCNews expresses condolences and offers sincere sympathy to Myriam’s brother Alain and the entire St. Ange family on the occasion of their loss.

The funeral / service will be live streamed on Facebook via: https://www.facebook.com/ladigue.ldn.1

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