• Date: February 16, 2018, By admin Category - News of OPs, Rugby
        Nick Kemp (04-10) has pursued a business career related to the marketing of professional sport since he left the College in 2010. After a degree in Sports Management from Coventry University where he also worked as a sales consultant for Aspire Group, he joined West Ham United FC inRead More >
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  • Date: February 15, 2018, By admin Category - News of OPs
    Mike Smith (60-65) writes:   “Just back from India where I addressed 70 MBA students and 70 computer engineering students at the Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC), India, on 10 February.  I was the guest in Chandigarh of Dr Ramandeep Saini, Head of International Relations and Associated Professor at theRead More >
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  • Date: February 13, 2018, By admin Category - News
      The 48th issue of the OP Magazine, The Pangbournian, has been published. All OPs whose addresses are on the OP data base held at the College should by now have received a copy. If you have not, please contact Joanne Whitmore at Joanne.Whitmore@pangbourne.com  who will arrange to send youRead More >
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  • Date: February 9, 2018, By admin Category - Births/Marriages, News of OPs
        James Lewis (96-01) writes: “I got married on 17th November 2017 to Amy Latchman. The reason I’m in touch is most of my groomsmen are OPs so I thought the attached picture might be a column filler for your magazine. The OPs in the picture are: Left –Read More >
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  • Date: February 2, 2018, By admin Category - News of OPs
    In December 2017 Tom. Copinger-Symes CBE (82-87), the Army’s Head of Operations based at Army HQ near Andover, was promoted to the rank of Major General.
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  • Date: February 1, 2018, By admin Category - Obituaries
    Commander Robert James Fidler (44-48) MBE RN  died peacefully on January 20th, 2018, aged 87. A funeral service will take place at Wessex Vale Crematorium, West End, Southampton on February 7th at 12.15pm.   Cdr. Fidler sent his son Simon to the College from 1977-82. At this time, we haveRead More >
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  • Date: January 29, 2018, By admin Category - Obituaries
    The wife of Richard Small (76-81), Jennine Heymer Small, informed the OP Society from Australia in January 2018 that her husband died suddenly on December 3rd,  2017. She wrote: “Richard was a kind and gentle man who has left behind 15 year old twin girls.”      
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  • Date: January 29, 2018, By admin Category - News of OPs
    Commander Tony Pearse (37-40) lives in Lymington. He joined the Royal Navy in 1941 and spent his first two years onboard HMS Warspite. This ended at the Salerno Landings during the Italian campaign where the ship was very badly damaged by new German glider bombs. Further wartime years, passed mostlyRead More >
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  • Date: January 28, 2018, By admin Category - Obituaries
          Colin Stevenson (52-56), who died in December 2017, was at Pangbourne between 1952 and 1954 and “was an active participant in all College activities,” writes Ben Brundell (53-56).  “A keen cricketer, he was an aggressive fast bowler, a strong swimmer and a more than average student. HeRead More >
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  • Date: January 26, 2018, By admin Category - Memories of Pangbourne
    [Escampador and Hedgehog unloading stores on Crete 1941; Cumberlege is typing on extreme left in Escampador]   On the night of October 28th 1941 an extraordinary encounter took place off the Libyan coast involving two brave Old Pangbournians. Both went on to be awarded DSOs and both were killed duringRead More >
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