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  • Ken Leighton

    3rd August 2021

    We have heard from Brian Davies that Ken Leighton, deputy headteacher of Windsor Boys' School, Hamm and closing headteacher of Windsor School (Hamm) has died.  His son posted the news on The Windsor Boys' School, Hamm, Facebook page.

     

     

  • Nigel Grandfield

    July 2021

    Jo Vestey has passed on news that Nigel Grandfield died in January.  Nigel taught in Cyprus and then in the early 1970s in Hong Kong. 

  • Judith Richardson

    Not known

    We have also been informed of the death of BFES Association member Judith Richardson.  Judith joined the Association in 1998 and lived in Preston.

  • Judith Richardson

    July 2020

    Judith Richardson (née Parker) taught in the QE2 Coronation School in Libya from 1967-68; Wavell Primary School in Hohne from 1968-70, and finally Berengaria Infants in Limassol, Cyprus from 1970-74. She lived in Preston, Lancashire.

  • Mary Ronald

    2015

    Mary Ronald (née Shephard) sadly died in Caythorpe, Lincolnshire, on February 18th, aged 80 years.

  • David Rooney

    27th December 2017

    David was Head of King’s School, Gutersloh from 1965-1972.

  • Freda Rose

    2015

    Freda Rose sadly died after a long illness. Freda (and husband Fred who survives her) served with BFES in Osnabrück and Gütersloh between 1966 and 1972. Freda was later headteacher of Renhold Lower School in Bedford from 1974 to 1987. 

  • Fred Rose

    September 2019

    With great sorrow the Association learnt of the death of Fred Rose in September 2019. Fred celebrated his 96th birthday in great style at the Officers’ Mess in Mansergh Barracks during the Association visit to Germany in 2018.

  • Alan Rowlands

    2015

    Alan taught in Munsterlager 1964-1966; Wavell 1966-1971, Heildesham 1972-1978’ Buckeburg 1978-1080; Fleming School, Enger 1980-1985 where he was Headteacher.

  • Bettine Rudd

    2015

    Bettine Rudd has sadly died.  Bettine, who retired to Devon, taught in Oldenburg (1949-50), Buckeburg (1950-52), Delmenhost (1952 – 56).