Jeremy sadly passed away on 31 December 2020. He will be fondly remembered for his trio of appearances in The Avengers, especially the 'fake' vicar in the "Town of No Return" episode, as well as his ITC series guest appearances.
Stuart, born on 21 February 1926, sadly died in Yeovil hospital on 11 February 2021.
Joined Army in 1943. 12th Lancers. Served in East Africa - Somaliland. Joined SAS, 1954, Served in Malaya. Left Army in 1956. Twice married, three sons - Ruaridh Hogg (b 1952) from first marriage and Marcus (b 1957) and Olly Perry (b 1958) from second marriage. Management Consultant. Lived in Kent and more latterly Dorset.
Alexander aged 85, sadly passed away on 24 January. He is survived by his wife Stella.
Robert died peacefully in Tunbridge Wells on 4 January 2021, aged 72. He will be much missed by all those who knew him.
Lt Col. Aidan Mark Sprot of Haystoun MC, soldier and farmer whose bravery helped free France from Nazis. Born: June 17 1919 in Lilliesleaf near Selkirk. Died: January 28 2021 in Crookston by Peebles, aged 101.
Full obituaries can be seen in The Scotsman and the Telegraph.
Ian Robertson, the travel writer, died in Arles aged 92 on 7 December 2020. Robertson wrote nine Blue Guides, injecting each with an engaging combination of acerbic wit, artistic detail and encyclopaedic knowledge.
Full obituary can be seen here.
Toby Richard Wyatt King, 65, a multi-lingual association executive who worked in fields as disparate as commerce, natural resources, and musculoskeletal health, died 29 December 2020 in Chicago following a long battle with cancer.
Guy sadly passed away on 3 November 2020, aged 52, after losing a long, brave fight against cancer. At Stowe Guy excelled in a variety of activities including golf, shooting and drama. He was also a highly efficient barman in the Sixth Form club. Guy was a keen student of the history of the School and in particular the work of Capability Brown in fashioning Stowe’s gardens and estate; for many years Guy hosted summer family picnics by the Queen’s Temple for both OS and non-OS friends. A chartered accountant by training, Guy became a finance director at a number of major companies, including Gillette, the Conran restaurants and Eat.
Guy is survived by his wife Kerry, daughter Mia and step-daughters Hannah and Gabriella. His funeral was held at Bray Church on 19 November 2020.
Richard passed away on 16 January 2021, aged 76
Former Head of Science, Dr Ieuan David, passed away peacefully on 16 January, aged 93
Richard passed away on 23 January 2021 at the age of 84.
It is with sadness that we announce Alexander died in Athens on Sunday 24 January. He had had serious heart problems for several years which had prevented him from travelling. His wife Margaret is arranging a small funeral in Athens, and after the pandemic is over there may be a memorial service, possibly at the Greek Orthodox Church in Marseille where he has cousins and where his father is buried.
James sadly passed away in January 2021. A loving father who will be greatly missed.
David died on 19 January in Stirling at the age of 88. Formerly of Ontario Canada, & Marsac France, brother of Philippa Hodgson, Paddy Gaul, Shireen Hall & Tim Finch. Deeply loved by his wife Fiona Mackenzie King, daughters Clare Ross and Amy Finch O'Dwyer & their families. Donations in his memory, if wished, to Macmillan Cancer Support and Marie Curie.
Philip sadly passed away in the early hours of the morning on 15 January 2021.
*Member of the Roxburgh Society
Michael died peacefully of old age on 5 January 2021. He had fond memories of Stowe, especially as Head Boy, and was pleased to have had the opportunity to support Change 100. He is survived by his wife Joan.
Peter died at the age of 85 on 13 December 2020. Having emigrated to the USA in the 60s, Peter married Marilyn who sadly passed away in 2012. Up until the time of his death, Peter was Treasurer of the Irish Terrier Club of Northern California.
Tony, died peacefully on 11 October 2020 at the ripe old age of 95. He was the first of the Pages to arrive at Stowe and often reminisced of life in Cobham. Much loved husband of Jessica, father of Robin and Graham and gradfather of Sophie, Rory and Anna.
*Member of the Roxburgh Society