David James Lewis

2015 - Alan Vasa in Monaco with David James Lewis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alan and Rita Vasa recently visited Monaco on holiday where they had an enjoyable evening with David James Lewis who is an aircraft broker based in the principality.

 

 

 

Younger OPs please respond!

An OP Society BBQ with leavers will be held on Friday 12th June at the College   Young OPs, in particular, are urged to attend – we need at least ten to make this event work.   The idea behind the get-together is to explain both what the OP Society does and to talk about…

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Calling all OPs in Hong Kong, Macau & China

Michael Duck (69-74), who lives in Hong Kong, is hoping to revive OP events there. He writes:   “Do you have a list of OPs in HK/Macau/China ? Can you send me names/divs /years and email ?   Many years ago we had a Conway/Worcester/Pangbourne Association drink on the last Friday of the month at…

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Michael Duck (69-74)

                        Michael writes:  “I have not been a great OP in terms of visiting as I have lived outside the UK for many years. But I did send two of my three children to Pangbourne and I did host a dinner at the HK…

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Charles Bown (73-75)

                  Charles Bown (72-76) lives in the USA and works for Filtration Systems Inc. in Chicago.  He writes:   “I have been in email contact with Jeff Beech (71-75) (Minneapolis, Minnesota) and Wayne Heyland (65-69) (Greenwich, Connecticut) – two of the OP Reps in the United States.…

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Terry O’Neil (51-56)

                At Royal Windsor Racecourse on Wednesday 20 May 2015, Terry O’Neil (51-56), a Partner of FM Contract Watch, hosted the second the Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) Pacesetters Achievement Awards www.acspacesetters.co.uk which focus on the cream of the manned guard security sector.   From a standing start some…

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Charles Sykes (07-12)

                Charles Sykes (07-12), currently a Psychology student at the University of Worcester, is fund-raising for the Army Benevolent Fund. He writes:   “I am raising money for the Army Benevolent Fund by completing a charity sky dive in June.   This charity give lifetime support to serving…

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W.R. Thorburn (69-74)

                      W.R. Thorburn (70-74),  known to everyone as Robin or Rob,  died of cancer at home in Sutton-on-Trent on 28th December, 2014. He is survived by his wife Karen, their daughter Molly and a son Thomas from a previous marriage.   His friend Michael Duck (69-74) writes: “Rob…

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OP in Nepal appeals for support

          Oliver Westgarth (92-99) has been working in Nepal, following the earthquake, with the Bridge2 charity. An architect with a practical ‘hands-on’ early career, he has been offering environmental advice, assisting with logistics and providing humanitarian aid.   Initially the charity was in need of a building specialist to help repair…

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