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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Lee, N.R.M (Bob) (48-51)

  Nicholas Robin (Bob) Maywood Lee (48-51) died in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on March 11, 2015 aged 80 as we were informed in July, 2016 by his widow Fay.   From the NCP Bob Lee joined the Merchant Navy and spent 14 years at sea with interntional and Great Lakes shipping companies.  He then…

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M.B.B. Constant (51-55)

Michael Constant (51-55) died on 25th April, 2016 according to his widow Pip. His NCP contemporary Jonathan Firth (54-58) wrote:   “Mike was a friend and old shipmate. What follows is based on an account given by another old shipmate and great friend of his, John Butt, who was cruise director on the QE2 for…

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The O.P. Record is published

    As part of its contribution to the 2016-17 College centenary and exhibition, the OP Society has sponsored the publication of a 271-page book containing OP obituaries and death notices issued in various forms and places between 1921 and 2016.   Collected and edited by Robin Knight (56-61), the book consists of  1,250 entries,…

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St. Clair-Ford, Sir Robin (54-58)

    Robin St. Clair-Ford (54-58)  died in Edinburgh on 12th May, 2016. A funeral service was held at St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in the Scottish capital on 3rd June, 2016. Robin was the 9th holder of a baronetcy created in 1793. He succeeded to the title on the death of his brother Colin (52-56)…

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James S. Tuke (52-56)

James Samuel Tuke (52-56) died on 25th December, 2015 after a  ten year battle with mesothelioma as we were informed by his widow Sheila. He lived ner Melbourne, Victoria in Australia. He was aged 76. After the NCP he joined the Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia) Police and in 1963, the year before Zambian independence, was…

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Rodney Giesler (45-48)

  Rodney Giesler (45-48) died in April, 2016. His son Phil wrote:   “My father was a cadet at the College between 1945 and 1948. He was a keen fencer and was a member of the College team for two years, winning his colours.  He intended joining the Royal Navy, but when a routine eye test…

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Lindsey, Ian D. St.G (45-49)

    Ian Donald St George Lindsay (45-49) died at home at Buderim, Queensland. Australia on March 27th, 2016 aged 84. He is the only Pangbournian to date to play in a representative schoolboy side at Lord’s. In 1949 he represented the Southern Schools vs The Rest. A fast bowler, he opened the bowling in…

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