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Scotian News

December 2011

Issue 82

Congratulations to the following Former Pupils who have reached milestone birthdays this month:-

70 James Orr; Francis Jordan; Howard Buchanan;

65  Ian Webb; Peter West; John ( Sean ) Pinkman;

60 Philip Curran; Stephen Turnbull; John O’Shea; Michael O’Dwyer; Maurice Dougan; Stephen Fleming; Michael Casey; Stephen Arcari; Aleksander Jedrosz;

50 David Hunter;  

 School News

It is with deep regret and some shock that we announce the deaths of Brendan ”Jock” McCann(1954-1960) and Jimmy Hunt (1954-1960) within a few days of each other just before Christmas. Both joined school on the same day, and left on the same day, and were great pals during their school days and for 41 years afterwards. They were great supporters of this newsletter and contributed items for the website. Brendan’s brother, Desmond, and Jimmy’s brothers, Peter and Brian, were FPs, and we forward our condolences to them and all the family.  We also advise the death of the mother of Roddy, Fergus and Aidan Christie, and the mother of Frank Brash. Our sympathies are with the families.

New e-mail contact:-Desmond McCann;

Change of e-mail address:-Derek Everest;

Change of Address:- Graham Bridges is now living in Germany

Can anyone help? Ken Gilhooley is trying to get in touch with Robert Ross. He read Psychology at Edinburgh University after leaving school in 1962? Also, does anybody know anything about Adam Harte? Martin Black would like to hear news about him.

Mark Tobin Moore has had an art exhibition in America called “The Coolest Small Town in America”

There is a video of Ricky Demarco receiving an Honorary degree from the University of Southampton – http://t.co/ho9lrfDO.

Chris Bartholomew has an internet site which sells books which are no longer in print: http://www.durnickbooks.co.uk/


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