Requiescat in pace

As the path of life unfurls, these are people I’ve encountered along the way whom I wish to remember:

Dan Adams (1919-2011), businessman
Jonathan Adler (1949-2012), philosopher
Dorothee Alsen ( -1984), musician
Alex Armstrong (c.1920-c.1990), farmer
Isabelle Atcheson (c. 1935-1999), musician
Christophe Bertrand (1981-2010), composer and pianist
David Beach (1943-1999), historian
Yuri Bessmertny (c. 1930-2000), medieval historian
Jennifer Biggar (1946-2008), charity worker
Leo Birsen (1902-1992), violinist and violin teacher

Sr. Claver Butler RSM (c. 1930-2009), piano teacher
John Button (c. 1930-2008), businessman
Sr. Clare Castle RSM, piano teacher
David Catling (1954-2006), market researcher
Bernard T. G. Chidzero (1927-2002), public servant and politician
Joan Child (1921-2013), politician
Jackson Chirenje, historian
Barrie Cooke (1923-1990), teacher
Dot Crowe (c. 1915-1975), band leader and piano teacher
Adm. William J. Crowe (1925-2007), ambassador
Marie Daley (1923-2014), homemaker
Don Day (1924-2010), politician
Tom Donaldson (1945-2006), mathematician
Sol Encel (1925-2010), sociologist and futurologist
Dennis Flatley (1959-1970), student
Ken Flower (c. 1920-1987), intelligence agent
Patrick Foley ( -2010), public servant
Denise Fortune (1931-2012), homemaker
George Fortune (1915-2012), linguist
Russell Fox, building manager and barman
Gary Franklin ( -1991), market researcher
George Gardner (1930-2013), teacher
James Gardner, student
Peter Garlake (1934-2011), archaeologist and art historian
Norman Geras (1943-2013), political philosopher stnd blogger
Stephen E. Gill RAN (1958-1980), sailor
Harry Gold (1907-2005), jazz musician
Albert Goss, engineer
Olive Goss, homemaker
Norman Green (1926-2014), optometrist
Gertrude Gudza ( -1984), businesswoman
Myrtle H, homemaker and proto-blogger
Trevor Hall, brass bandmaster
Mick Handford (1916-2001), tree feller
Jem Hanley (1909-1984), homemaker
John Hanley (1937-2000), tradesman
Richard Hanley (1884-1961), farmer
Martin Harvey (1949-2011), mathematician
Adrian Hastings (1929-2001), theologian
Michael Heath (1956-2013), US Navy SEAL and businessman
Roy Hemlock ( -2008), building manager
Sr. Columbanus Hennigan RSM, piano teacher
Philip Holloway (1959-1991), photographer
Nick Holman (1919-2002), teacher and political activist
Alec Hope (1907-2000), poet
Donald Horne (1921-2005), journalist and writer
Stanley Hyman ( -1986), sociologist
Reg Jones (1913-1986), newspaperman
Vivian Joseph (1916-2005), cellist
Walter Kamba (1931-2007), lawyer and vice-chancellor
Brian Kearney, teacher
Kgosi Linchwe II Kgafela (1935-2007), ambassador and politician
Knotty Knottenbelt, teacher and political activist
Peggy Knottenbelt (- c.1984), homemaker
Gordon Lampitt (c.1936-2010), statistician
Anne Morgan Lewis (1926-2002), free spirit
John Logan (1940-1998), economist
William Mansfield (1942-2011), trades unionist and judge
Dambudzo Marechera (1952-1987), novelist and raconteur
Murray MacBeath (1946-1995), philosopher
John Makumbe (1949-2013), political scientist and activist
Gabriel Matindike, businessman
Peter McAuliffe (1912-1992), farmer
Agnes McBurney (1904-1976), homemaker
Anne McBurney (1934-2010), hospital administrator
John McBurney (1932-1998), trombonist
Ken McBurney (1929-1982), trumpeter
Nancy McDougall, elocution teacher
Catherine McGovern (1957-2009), homemaker
John McGovern (c.1930-2011), pianist and violinist
Ian McPherson (c.1950-2014), tradesman
Ken McPherson, builder
Peter McShane (-2003), administrator and godparent
Colin Meale (1926-1992), headmaster
Oliver Meale (1897-1980), engineer
Tony Meale (1962-2014), wit
Alan Michette (-2013), physicist
Tom Mildinhall ( -2006), soldier
Arthur Miller (1900-1990), Surveyor-General of the Northern Territory
David Miller, administrator
Robin Milner (1934-2010), computer scientist
Madi Petitmaitre Morgan (-c.1984), homemaker
Tererei Munyaradzi, scientist
Robert Nestdale (1949-1989), political activist
Reg Ngonyama, free spirit
Robert Oakeshott (1933-2011), social activist
Mike Overmeyer (-2003), journalist
Logan Pakkiri, economist
Ray Paton (1954-2004), computer scientist
Roger Pegram MBE OAM (1922-2007), swimming official
Jim Penberthy AM (1917-1999), composer
John Pricken (1956-2011), businessman and poet
Fr. John Relihan OAM (1914-1998), priest
Malcolm Rennie (1940-1980), philosopher and logician
Jan Reye ( -2000), public servant
Phil Ridler, computer scientist
John Ritchie AO (1941-2006), historian
Geoffrey Rossiter (1916-2004), historian
Sergio Salbany ( -2005), mathematician
Kim Santow AO (1941-2008), lawyer and judge
Margaret Shipway ( -2012), administrator and artist
Philip Shrapnel (c.1920-c.1995), economist
Joan Shuker ( -2012), teacher
John Simmonds, headmaster
John Sinclair (1933-2007), linguist
Gertrude Sithole (c.1956-1986), lawyer
Leo Sjosted (c.1932-2006), salesman
Debra Sklar (c.1964-2014), artist
Philippe Smets (1938-2005), knowledge engineer
Brian Stacey (1946-1996), musician
Thomas Stapleton, PRC Friendship Award  (1920-2007), paediatrician
James Stewart (c. 1924-1984), teacher and political activist
Joan Stewart (c. 1924-1984), teacher and political activist
Tony Sullivan (1958-1978), farmer
Charles Tazvishaya (aka Lovemore Mawisa) ( -1985), public servant
Paul Thistlewaite (c.1955-1999), knowledge engineer
Frank Torpie (1934-1989), teacher
Wilfred Torrens (c.1905-1986), engineer
David Trendell (1964-2014), organist and choirmaster
Herbert Ushewokunze (1938-1995), doctor and politician
Agnes Warman (1900-1972), homemaker
Albert Warman (c.1900-c.1970), farmer
Lloyd Webster (c.1930-2012), draughtsman
Frederick Wedd (1890-1972), trumpeter and bandmaster
Ted Wheelwright (1921-2007), economist
James Wiegold (1934-2009), mathematician
Elaine Wiesel (c.1925- c.1985), continuity lady and free spirit
Michael Wiesel (c.1925-c.1995), clockmaker (portrait by Fred Williams, 1969)
John de Wit (c.1925 – c.1995), businessman
Shiona Wood ( -2006), film activist
Martin Woodward (1948-2006), computer scientist
Heather Yarwood (c.1935- c.1975), homemaker and opera singer
Alexander Youngson (1918-2004), economic historian
Jerzy Zubrzycki CBE AO (1920-2009), sociologist.




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