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Feburary 2008

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

65   Leo Cunning; John McKenna;

60  Tommy Kyle; Roger Pettersen;

50  Ogilvie Robertson; Thomas Casey; Francis Dolan;

40  None

 School News

Recently been advised that Ian Beltowski and Malcolm Croan have been dead for a
number of years. It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Kenneth Kerr. Known by everyone at school as Kiki, he had been living in Dumfries for a number of years, but had been in poor health. Ken’s funeral was at Mortonhall Crematorium, and we are advised that he wore his FP tie at the end. We send our condolences to his brother, Jack, and cousin Tom Dalrymple, both FPs, and pass our sympathy to all members of the families of the FPs listed.

Contact has been recently made with Damian DeLuca, in Edinburgh. His cousin, Stephen, lives in Edinburgh. We have been advised that David Wright lives in California. Andy Love lives in Brussels: Sean Conlon lives in Edinburgh

E-mail contact has been made with Vic Beazley—in Saline Fife, and Robert Ronalson—in Bo’ness:

New e-mail addresses received for Stuart Gunn  and John Bacigalupo.

A new section has been added to the web page. Any newspaper article seen in the press will be published here. Please forward any you come across, and we will publish.

The next reunion has been fixed up for Friday 26th September at 7.30pm at the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh. It would help if notification of attendance could be sent to Lindsay Wilson as soon as possible, as, when a list of attendees is published, it encourages others to attend.

In a recent article in the Evening News, local reporter, John Gibson, gave a fairly graphic account of Andrew Lindsay’s wife, Sue’s, 60th Birthday party. He was able to report it clearly and informatively, as he had been invited. This scribe can’t comment, as he was not invited.

Simon Pia, who, for a number of years used to write The Scotsman diary, and latterly was a broadcaster on Talk 107, has been appointed by the Labour Party to help revive Wendy Alexander’s leadership. He may very well be called a “spin doctor” in the future. During Simon’s fledgling student career, Gordon Brown was his tutor at Edinburgh University.

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