06 December 2009

Bernard H P Boddy (born 9th March 1926, BC staff 1951-68,) died on 6th December 2009.

14 January 2010

Mr Kay Irving Holder passed away on January 14, 2010. He was a very kind, generous and honest person, who lived a full life, filled with lots of adventure. He had a great appreciation for languages and literature and enjoyed playing sports, particularly tennis and golf. Other pastimes included hunting, fishing and travelling. He travelled a great deal throughout his life, which he credits for his open mindedness, tolerance and acceptance of others.

16 November 2009

Lieutenant-Commander Michael Langman, who has died aged 88, enjoyed three distinct flying careers, served in two Navies and was recognised for his bravery over the western desert and the Mediterranean.

28 January 2010

Jim Titcomb died at home in Maresfield on 26th January 2010 after being diagnosed with late-stage pancreatic cancer in September. Jim thoroughly enjoyed his successful time at Brighton College and, right up to the end, took an eager interest in the school, even visiting it 'on the QT' shortly after being diagnosed.

12 January 2010

A plaque has been erected in the Sammy Woods Pavilion to honour the enormous contribution of Geoff Lees, a former House Master of Aldrich, accomplished sportsman and great friend to many Old Brightonians.

23 December 2009 David F H Pain died onĀ 23 December 2009
05 November 2009

Former Second World War Phantom Signals officer, Col David Travers Worsley Gibson, has died, aged 92.

09 November 2009 Walter H Johnson died two years ago. In a small ceremony on 15 November, his ashes were scattered over the bank behind the rugby posts on the Home Ground. His last surviving relative, his nephew, Mr Joseph Sue, was the chief mourner.

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