Rob Sargent (61-65)

Rob got in touch with Caroline Kemp at the College after the recent OP Dinner. He wrote: “Dear Caroline, Just to say how good it was to see you again at the dinner last month at Pangbourne. Your efforts organising such a fabulous evening were much appreciated. I know, it can be quite a thankless…

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R.B. Mason (55-59)

                        Issue 45 of The Pangbournian magazine stirred Ralph Mason (55-59), who lives in California, to contact the 1950s Decade Rep Adrian Stow (54-58) to share some rugby and hockey team photos from the 1956-59 period. Ralph represented the NCP at both rugby and…

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Malik Mustapha (06-09) triumphs at BUCS UK national championship

  Former chief of Hesperus Malik Mustapha (06-09) was part of the victorious Stirling University American football team who won the BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) UK American football national championship for 2015, with a convincing 46-6 victory over Hertfordshire Hurricanes at Allianz Park (home of Saracens Rugby) on 21st March. After leaving Pangbourne Malik studied…

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Nick Gillett (69-74)

                    In a messasge to OP Society Chairman Merrick Rayner (68-73), Nick wrote: “Just to let you know that I’ve got myself a speaking slot at the Counter-Terror Expo that is taking place in London April 21st and 22nd. That means I can fly in early…

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John Gregson GC (37-40)

                    John Gregson GC (37-40) is now 91. He lives in Mt. Maunganui on the Bay of Plenty in New Zealand. His wife died five years ago and recently he moved into an apartment for greater ease of living but “I am still driving the car and…

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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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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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