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Scotian News

October 2015

Edition 129


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

75 None

70 Francis Vernolini; Robert Croan;

65  Nicholas Barrett;Paul Harborth; Desmond West;

60  Stephen White; Joseph Francis;

50 Sean Conlon;

 School News

It is with sadness that we advise of the death of Scott Miller’s son-in-law, Jude. Condolences are offered to the family. For those interested, the arrangements for the funeral are:- Monday 30th Nov, mass at St John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Portobello, at 10.30am, followed by cremation at Seafield Crematorium, and then on to King’s Manor Hotel, Milton Road East.

Scott also advises that his sister-in-law is seriously ill, as are The Wynn-Williams brothers’ 92 year old mum, and Eddy MacDonald. Please remember them in your thoughts and prayers.

On a happier note, John Cregan continues on his road to recovery from surgery. We have more good news. We reported on Kevan Donoghue’s death in the last few months, and the sorrow felt by his widow, Tricia. Now she has happier news. She has just become a grandmother. It is the amazing circle of life.

Change of e-mail address have been received from:-  David Kowalski; John Gordon; Eoin Coulthard; 

Correspondence received from Joe Tapper and Iain Campbell. Iain lives in Chile and would be delighted to meet up with any FPs visiting that country. He was apparently defence attaché in Chile and Bolivia, so seems to know the area well. Contact him on contact@uniquedestinations.cl  Let him plan your South American experience.

With Christmas nearly upon us, we have an idea for a Christmas present. Raymond Ross has a new book out:- High Hopes, the Weslo Story. In addition, he has edited a collection of poems by Lindsey Bone; Sue Pepper; and Lorna Tait;

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