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No.127 immigrants. Jun Cap Prae, Editor of The Wykehamist 58-59, Russian Prize, Gymna (captain) Gold Medal 1959, Athletics. Scholarship, Trinity Hall, Cambridge 1959-62, 1 Natural Science Part 1 and 2 Chemistry Part 2. He remained at Trinity Hall as a Research Scholar 1962-65. PhD in Organic Chemistry 1965. During this time he supervised some deaf undergraduates, an experience which prompted him to explore ways of teaching and learning. He won a Fullbright Scholarship and did research at University of Illinois in Educational Technology 1965-67. During this time he devised special ‘Programmed Learning’ courses in Maths to assist students from city- ghetto schools to prepare for university- level work. He then went to the newly formed Centre for Educational Technology at the University of Sussex 1967, where he remained for the rest of his working life, rising to become Professor of Education 1986 and then became Emeritus Professor in 2006. During his time there, he supervised 50 PhD students and was Director of the Institute for Continuing and Professional Education 1986-91. Under his leadership, the Institute prospered and established a ground- breaking Diploma in Educational Technology. He researched and published many books about Learning in the Workplace, including Developing Professional Knowledge and Competence in 1994. Although a workaholic, he was always ready to support his sons on the sports field and his wife’s musical endeavours – both performing and teaching. He was a renowned educator who leaves a legacy in the relationship between Learning in the Workplace and Professional Development, which has global significance. Survived by Cynthia, his wife of 54 years, and their two sons.Evelyn Gervase Carson Hulbert (D, 55-60): died 22.11.2018. Son of JHH (D, 26-31) and brother of JALH (D, 53-57). Institut Britannique, Université de Paris. He pursued a career as a chartered accountant at Moore Stephens, rising The Trusty Servant to be Chairman of Moore Stephens International 1989-2000. Early postings included Bermuda 1968-69 and Athens 1970, and then significant work through the late 1980s across the collapsing Soviet bloc to establish the first professional Western firm of any kind in Warsaw since the War, while Poland was still communist. This led to Moore Stephens opening firms in Russia, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria and other satellite states. He was also instrumental in opening a firm in China. He was appointed OBE for services to the accounting profession. Throughout his life he loved classic cars and competed in many sprints, hill climbs and concours d’elegance in a variety of classic Aston Martins and Jaguars. He also enjoyed many trips to European race circuits with family and friends. In later life, he became an avid researcher of family history, and Treasurer of AISPA, a role he much enjoyed. He is survived by Susannah, his wife of 50 years, and their two sons. Aubrey Philip Lydiat Halford (later Halford-MacLeod) (G, 55-60) died 31.8.2018. Brother of JRSH-M (G, 57- 62) and TAGH-M (G, 60-64). He was born in Baghdad where his father was Third Secretary at the British Embassy. VIII 1959-60, including winning the Head of the River. RMAS 1961-62. Commissioned into the Black Watch 1962. He attended Magdalen College, Oxford on an In Service Degree, 3 Modern Languages 1966. He served with the Black Watch in BAOR, Cyprus, Gibraltar, the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. He was Adjutant and Training Major 51 st Highland Volunteers 1971-74. Then after a tour at HQ BAOR he returned to 1 BW Commanding A (Grenadier) Company, where his war-cry ‘Tally Ho the Grenadiers’ was well known. He then Commanded Glasgow and Strathclyde OUTC 1985-87 and was Chief of Staff, HQ Scottish Division 1988-90 during which time he was the architect of ‘The Big Blaw’ on Horse 31 Guards Parade – the world’s biggest gathering of pipers and drummers in front of seven Royal Colonels. Finally, he ran the Scottish Division Action Team, helping those made redundant, before he retired in 1993. He was for ten years the Schools Liaison Officer and the Universities Liaison Officer for Scotland and was Commandant of the Black Watch Fife and Kinross Army Cadet Force Battalion. An active member of his church, he was ordained as an elder in the Church of Scotland and he arranged the formal re-launch of SSPCK at the Church of Scotland General Assembly in 2009. In 1953, he had been given a Britain’s set of the Queen’s Coronation coach and he started a collection of lead soldiers, which later became his great hobby. Married 1969 Alison Brown, who survives him with their two sons and a daughter. Charles Anthony Lewis Arnold (F, 56- 61): died 17.12.2018. VIII Cox. Trinity College, Oxford 3 Lit Hum. He first worked as a merchant banker with Kleinwort Benson and at 27 became the bank’s youngest director. He then became finance director with Unitech 1981. Later he lost his job in the recession but he met this challenge, first driving a taxi, then going to France and selling chateaux to expats. He also worked in publishing: he spotted a gap in the market in how travel books were distributed and started Portfolio Books Ltd, being a director from 1995- 2006. He worked hard – his numerical mind knowing the address of every Waterstones in the country and their telephone number and how many copies of travel books in stock. He published his own book, Mediterranean Islands. He did not retire but slowed down and he was still planning trips to Monaco to sell remote Greek islands to wealthy yacht owners. He had a great love of Greece, travel and books and above all his desire to solve a problem. Married 1986 Theresa Quartermaine (marriage dissolved). He is survived by his partner Marion Fairclough and by his two sons.