Anthony Hudson MBE

              Anthony Hudson (1939-2015) was Headmaster of Pangbourne College from 1988-2000. He died on March 8th, aged 76, after a long and debilitating illness bravely endured. He leaves a wife, Liz, three children and seven grandchildren. A long obituary was published in The Times.   Educated at Tonbridge School…

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David G. Andrewes (60-64)

                    After seven years in the merchant navy and emigrating to Melbourne Australia, David Andrewes (60-64) changed tack and became a clinical neuropsychologist in New Zealand. He writes:   “After completing a PhD in London I took up a lecturing position at Melbourne University. I now…

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Michael Keigwin (86-93)

                  Michael Keigwin (86-93), one of two OP Reps in Uganda, has left Deloitte in London and is running “a few of my own businesses” in Uganda. He writes: “I do still run the Uganda Conservation Foundation which basically recovers and helps to manage national parks, a…

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Gordon Rees (68-73)

Gordon Rees , the OP Rep in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, says that he originally started in the Kingdom in 1978 and has now done 16 years in total in the country – mostly defence and telecommunications work. He writes: “I have worked in 28 other countries. I’m married to Wendy Rees and have two daughters…

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Death of former Headmaster

            Anthony Hudson MBE, Headmaster of Pangbourne College from 1988 to 2000, died on March 8 after a long, debilitating illness bravely endured. He was 76. During his 12 years at the College he was responsible for several major developments including the introduction of co-education and fund-raising for and construction…

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Tom Copinger-Symes (82-87)

A report on the flagship BBC Radio 4 morning news programme Today on March 9 included an interview with Brigadier Tom Copinger-Symes (82-87), one of three Copinger-Symes brothers to attend Pangbourne and serve in the British Army. Tom was taking part in Operation Flintlock, an annual NATO-led initiative to train troops in the Sahel region…

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Patrick Griffith (72-75)

Patrick Griffith (72-75), the OP Rep. in Palma, Mallorca writes: “To give a brief run down since leaving college here it is:- Macquarie 72-75. 1st VIII 1975. Part of the Irish Gang at the time. On leaving College I was studying marine engineering in the regional technical college in Cork (75-78) when my sponsoring company…

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Tim Goodenough (87-93)

Tim Goodenough (87-93), the new OP Rep in Switzerland, went to Bristol University for a while after the Junior School and Macquarie. “I did degrees in engineering and found the student life hard to kick. However, I did manage to leave eventually and moved to Switzerland in 2002 with Nestle to work on coffee,” he…

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Where Are They Now?

                    The photo printed on p26 of the latest issue of The Pangbournian, provided by Tony Morrow (58-62) has produced one response to date – from Richard Givan (57-60)   Richard believes that the cadet in the front row on the left, next to Ian Shuttleworth…

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