Couple found dead at resort ran Sandals accredited travel agency

Tuesday, May 10, 2022 0

A couple found dead in a Sandals Bahamas resort were a husband-wife travel agency team and elite Sandals Certified Specialists.

Robbie Phillips, 65, and her husband Michael Phillips, 68, ran The Sand Lady from Royal Travel, in Maryville, Tennessee. They had gained multiple Sandals accreditations such as Certified Sandals Specialist, Preferred Sandals agent, and Certified Sandals WeddingMoons Specialists.

A third guest, Vincent Paul Chiarella, 64, also died at Sandals Emerald Bay Resort on Exuma. Chiarella’s wife is in a serious condition in a Florida hospital. 

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