Richard Stinton (76-81)

                      Richard Stinton (76-81) is an Enterprise Solutions Architect for the iland EMEA business. He has over 30 years’ experience in the IT industry, most recently in the Cloud space with island, Microsoft Azure and VMware.   Starting out in Engineering CAD/CAM and GIS systems…

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                      From the quarter finals of the Centenary Match Play event – as reported by Mark Dumas (64-68):   “I beat Conor Brown today at Bramley GC. Absolute fluke! We were both so relaxed and chatting away, and I won against the run of play.…

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Grant Macpherson (79-86)

Grant Machpherson (79-86), a corporate lawyer,  has been living in the Netherlands for the last 18 months. Now married, he has two little girls. He is looking forward to attending a 30-year reunion dinner in September/October at the College for all those who left in 1986.


 

Roger Pike (55-59)

Our Rep in New South Wales has been in the health wars recently. He writes: “Some may recall that I was to leave for UK/Europe five days after the Sydney lunch on 23rd April. A week after arrival I was hospitalised with acute pneumonia /pulmonary fibrosis. I landed in Homerton, one of the NHS flagship…

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R.G.E. Llewelyn (78-80)

    R.G.E. Llewelyn (78-80) died on 18th May, 2016. He left the College in the V Form to go to Wallingford Upper School. His widow Lucy writes: “I only knew Rob for the last 11 years of what was to be a tragically short life. He died very suddenly at the age of 51,…

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W.G.C. Raynor (58-61)

                              W.G.C. Raynor (58-61) died of secondary brain tumours on 18th May, 2016, aged 71. A Service of Thanksgiving for his life was held at St. Mary’s church, Battersea in London and was attended by his near-neighbours Richard Shuttleworth (57-62), the…

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