He then studied for a Diploma in Statistics and later obtained a BSc in Mathematics. A unique and lasting tribute for a loved one. (Peter Cundill, St Andrews). He joined the programme in 1974 as a writer having started his career as a journalist and writer of radio plays at the BBC. In his later years he was also largely responsible for the formation of the Open Universitys Association of Graduates who awarded him Honorary Life Membership. Arthur first worked for the University at St Leonardsgate, and then at Bailrigg. Having been active in the Merseyside Labour Party for a long time, he was elected as a City Councillor in Liverpool in 2019. John Hargreaves (Politics, 1971, County) died on 20 February 2023. He was proudly European and key leading figure in UACES the University Association for Contemporary European Studies and its Journal of Common Market Studies and always sought to promote European links and values. It was a halcyon period of progress in post-conflict, unequalled before or after. Click here to read the most recent death notices. He joined the Lancaster High Energy Physics Group in 1970 following his studies at Oxford University. He will be much missed, but his legacy will continue to resonate among generations of future historians. Malcolm made many, many friends with students he had looked after over the years and genuinely kept in touch, often long after their time at County was over. Professor Karen Dawisha (Politics, 1972, Furness) died on 11 April 2018 aged 68. Whatever position Max had in a school, he continued to champion Modern Foreign Languages as an examiner and as an adviser At Lancaster, Max was an avid sportsman (still playing and administrating in cricket until his death). He was President of the Lancaster Association of University Teachers (1998-9) before becoming Head of the Economics Department (1999-2003). From all the messages received from across the Department, LUMS, and the wider University, there has been a constant theme of colleagues memories, and that is of Emmas happy, positive, can-do attitude to all the tasks she undertook, and always with a smile. Oh, you wont miss me, Dick replied. Anthony Max Hill (MA French Studies, 1969, BA French Studies, 1967, Lonsdale) died on 1 April 2022. After graduation Tom joined the grad scheme at Hewlett-Packard as a project manager within their IT team in Glasgow, after nearly 3 years there he secured a position with KPMG in Manchester, working on the consultancy side of the business. Full obituary on the Guardian website. His speech that day lived long in the memory for the cheer and chuckles it brought. He came to Lancaster from Aberystwyth and was appointed as lecturer in mathematics on 1 January 1966, but with an agreement by the vice-chancellor, Charles Carter, that he could couple this role with external work as a concert pianist. A report that he commissioned and chaired on the colleges was issued in January 1994 and was influential in ensuring that their important contribution would be more appropriately recognised and resourced. Susie Parsons (French Studies, 1972, Cartmel) died aged 65 on 6 June 2015 following a stroke. Dr Tony Hindle's full obituary (internal news). After his PhD, Lewis was employed by Virgin Media as an accountant, a job that he much enjoyed. ), Professor Sir Arnold Whittaker Wolfendale obituary (Guardian), Senior Lecturer and colleague, Gavin Hyman's personal tribute, Paul Simons obituary (More about Advertising). WebNews from Lancaster Guardian See all of Lancaster Guardians headline news. Gill was diagnosed with terminal cancer 18 months ago, but always hoped she would be able to return to work. He was a member of the Socialist Labour League, a fundamentalist Trotskyist grouping renowned for the dour political workaholism of its membership. His more recent research and consulting interests were in the use of the Internet to support customer and consumer decision making. Jill Walsh passed away on 13 August 2021, formerly from the Department of Environmental Science. Dr Jayne Steel (English & Creative Writing, 1995, County, MA Creative Writing, PhD English) died on 10 October 2015 aged 57. She remained there until her marriage in 1971. Her incredible loss is felt by colleagues and friends, and also former colleagues from FASS and wider. Fundraising stunts included an auction of fellow students, and wheelbarrow races. He enjoyed socialising in the legendary Shakespeare Hotel and what then was the newly built County College Bar. His work colleagues at his celebration service described him as extremely smart and one of the best stock market analysts and investors they had ever come across. Harold Garth Dales, known as Garth, Professor of Pure Mathematics died on 8 October 2022. He began to take an interest in wider responsibilities, becoming Principal of Pendle College (1991-6) and then Provost of Colleges and Student Relations (1995-8). He was a fun-loving and caring character, also he was a great cook. As well as running a business, Judith was an active Labour Party member in Market Harborough, Leicestershire and Redditch in Worcestershire and an enthusiastic school governor. David was a great colleague and friend, and he will be deeply missed by many who worked with him over the years.". If you arent a member there is a a small fee. He took first-class honours in Mathematics from Jesus College Cambridge in 1949 and then went to the Royal College of Music for three years. He and his wife became very much involved with Lancaster Footlights the owners of the 200 year old Grand Theatre in Lancaster. She was known as an active sailor whilst at Lancaster. Raab resigns as deputy prime minister and justice secretary after report finds he displayed persistently aggressive conduct A full obituary is published on the Lancaster University website. The University is happy that it was able to recognise Xolani with an honorary degree just months before his death. WebDeath Notices Margaret BOON Published on 19th May 2022 BOON Margaret Sadly passed away at home after a short illness bravely borne, on the 29th April 2022, aged 85. Yow Liang Keon (MA Operational Research, 1980, Lonsdale) passed away on 17 September 2021. Elaine Dodson (nee Smith) - (Educational Studies, 1977, Furness) passed away on the 15 December 2015 at the age of 60. Gardner, MA. Rob was a valued mentor on the Lancaster Career Mentoring programme and his enthusiasm towards helping his mentees was much appreciated. To search for an obituary,click here. Graduate College staff have many fond memories of Aaron from his time as a student and Assistant Dean. Anne was known and respected by students and staff alike and was always there with a listening ear for those struggling with work or personal hardship. Ivor Dykes, the former Chief Technician in the Nuffield Theatre between 1968 and 1989, died on 28 December 2015. We won't set optional cookies unless you enable them. She established the Joy Welch Educational Charitable Trust to help fund educational projects, in particular those that are scientifically based and offer potential benefits to the UK economy. From 2002-2010 he was Head of School and then Dean of the Faculty of Management & Law at the University of Surrey. He was described as a 'story genius' an wrote over 600 episodes of the soap 'Coronation Street' - more than any other writer in the show's history. After three years he graduated and gained a scholarship at Columbia University, New York, before returning to Britain in 1966 then starting at Lancaster University as one of the first research students in Environmental Sciences. Max became a member of Sandy Town Council in 2015 having previously involved himself with many organisations including The Twinning Association (forging a new link with Skarszewy in Poland), with the Sandy Sports and Leisure Association and he was also a keen supporter of events including the annual Carnival and the Christmas Lights Switch-on. Alongside his studies at Lancaster, Simon showed an early talent for broadcasting, hosting an Alternative Music show on Radio Bailrigg. In total, 9,910 have been published by Lancaster Guardian which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months. He was made a professor of social research at the end of the 80s and his inaugural lecture, on 21 April 1993, was entitled Sex Crimes: Changing Patterns of Social Response. The Lancaster Ultralow Temperature Group has lost a valued member and leader whose innovative and meticulous experimental abilities inspired and energised his colleagues. Professor Alan Williams - British Heart Foundation tribute. Max became Deputy head at Chenderit school in Middleton Cheney, Oxforshire, then came a first headship at Notley High School in Essex. He returned to the UK in 2004 to become the founding Chief Executive of the Higher Education Academy. He was widely known across campus for his journalism in the then student newspaper, John OGauntlet, and for his love of student politics. He first joined the University in 1963 as Assistant Librarian, part of a small team temporarily based in a former stained-glass works at 23 Castle Hill. Admiral Sir John Kerr, former member of the University Council and the Audit Committee, died on 2 December 2019. He came to the Physics Department as senior lecturer in September 1965, from a post at DKC Macdonald in Ottawa. In Lewis' memory 'The Pieman PT Foundation' has been set up to help empower people to thrive mentally, physically and spiritually - something that was very important to him. He quickly became a subject librarian, specialising in the social sciences and humanities, including History and Politics. Deciding that he would like to branch out on his own, in 1989 he founded Imagine Consultants, a highly successful HR consultancy, working with people in industry, government and schools to build teams of senior executives and to facilitate personal development of staff, students and employees. Doctors from general practice in Lancaster attended by rotation, and there were nine beds and two resident nursing sisters. His subsequent interests were very diverse, but always at the intersection of modelling, decision support and the application of Information Technology. Professor Emeritus Keith Soothill died in February 2014. Somehow, he could always get away with being cheeky. WebPassed away suddenly in the Royal Lancaster infirmary on 13th May 2022. Her most recent project, Impermanent Durations, a collaborative exhibition with artists from Singapore, Australia and the USA is currently showing in America, at the University of Ohio.She started and led the Lancaster Institute for Contemporary Art research group Insight, served on university committees and represented fine art practice on the most recent Research Excellence Framework exercise (2014).Her teaching was inspirational at all levels. He was part of the Management Teaching and Development Unit (MTDU), which in 1984, transformed into the Department of Management Learning. Richard started with the Physics Department in 1967 and retired in 1996, however, he continued to work on a part-time basis until 1999. To sign up for our daily newsletter on obituary listings with tributes and memories to those who have passed, click here. He served under five Lancaster Vice-Chancellors during more than forty years of service for the University. His research commanded progression to a Readership in 1990 and a Chair in 1998. A full obituary is published on the Lancaster University website, written by his son, Tom. John moved into mainstream music events organising one day festival events for UB40, Madness and Paul Weller amongst others. Andie was secretary of the Lancaster Law Society and on the committee of the Lancaster and District Womens Aid regularly supporting women fleeing domestic violence. After graduation, Graham started working as a careers officer based in Keighley, West Yorkshire, which, on local government re-organisation, became part of the Bradford Careers Service. Cliff came to Lancaster, to what was then the Department of Operational Research in 1965, from Liverpool University, where he had been involved in studying bus routing and scheduling. A funeral was held in France where he has lived on and off for the last 30 years since his retirement from the University. Links to Obituaries and Funeral Notices in Victoria, NSW, Queensland, SA, NT and Tasmania. He was one of the pioneers in that subject, established for the first time in a British university as part of Lancasters early commitment to business studies. He will be remembered by all for his honesty, integrity, hard work and most of all his unwavering love and devotion to his family. This appointment covered the period of the Thatcher retrenchment in higher education, when many tough and unpalatable decisions had to be made, but Keith tackled the protracted negotiations with patience and fairness. John Ulyett (Politics, 2005, Cartmel) passed away suddenly on 8th April 2015 in London. As the Physics Building is now being extended, Marks oak tree has been moved with care to an area of the campus which is designated as a memorial woodland. Simon had an eclectic love and encyclopaedic knowledge of music and was an avid fan of David Bowie, Roxy Music, Iggy Pop, Stevie Wonder, Motown, Funk, and Soul. His brother-in-law, Vince Cable, acknowledged Harrys debt to Lancaster in his funeral eulogy. Dr Ken Oates passed away on Friday 25 November 2016. He was quickly promoted to reader in September 1967, and to a personal chair in April 1969, the first such internal appointment by the University.Walter became the second head of department, from 1973-79. Dave came to Lancaster to read Economics in 1967. He was Mayor of Lancaster in 2017-18, and Leader of the Council from 2007-09. He published widely, including some 17 books and many journal articles. Click here to read the most recent funeral listings. He oversaw the design and construction of the Physics building and the appointment of a range of physicists. Michael Mumford, Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance, died on 28 June 2020, aged 80.After taking degrees at the universities of Liverpool and McMaster, Michael came to Lancaster in 1972, to join what was then a department of Financial Control, and subsequently Accounting and Finance. The extensive capital programme during his time in office included Engineering, Gillow House, Lancaster House Hotel, George Fox Building, the colleges of Fylde, Pendle and Grizedale, and the initial version of the Graduate College. 0:53. He was still working on two studies, one a history of Ticino and the other on external perceptions of Switzerland when he died in December 2021. WebPassed away suddenly in the Royal Lancaster infirmary on 13th May 2022. Peter joined the University as a Biochemistry technician in the mid 1960s when departments were still based in St Leonard's House whilst the main Bailrigg campus was being built. Gill Atkinson formerly a Lancaster University Methodist Chaplain passed away on Thursday 9 December 2021. After leaving Lancaster, Martin enjoyed a long career in social work as a highly respected and much sought-after manager of childrens services, eventually retiring as Deputy Director of Social Services in North East Lincolnshire, where he had played a large part in turning around a failing service. He was a founder member of the University and a much-valued member of the Environmental Sciences family and played a great part in helping many of his peers keep their feet on the ground with his sense of humour and understatement. He was born in Liverpool in 1945, living in a poor single parent family with his mother and much-loved sister. He was popular with everyone who had the pleasure to work with him and will be sadly missed. Rosanna 'Rosy' Gwynn nee Weatherall (French & Italian Studies, 2001, Pendle) died in December 2013 at the age of 35. 0:04. Michael was born in Manchester on 14th February 1934 and was educated at Douai College and Altrincham Grammar School. He was also Acting Dean from 1989 to mid-1990 and Chairperson of Marketing & International Management from 1992 until 2002. She is still very much missed by those who worked with her, and will forever be remembered fondly by many for her kindness, generosity, laughter and enthusiasm, as well as for her love of listening to classical music, sharing wonderful stories of her previous life, weekly updates on her grandchildren, her fell walking, weather updates and so much more. Outside his academic career, Bobs interests were mainly cricket, rugby and music. He was also a stalwart supporter of national organizations such as the London Mathematical Society, which he served as an editor and as a Council Member, the British Mathematical Colloquium, of which he organized a highly successful meeting in Leeds in 2000, celebrating the new millennium, and the North British Functional Analysis Seminar, which he served as treasurer. They were very hospitable and regularly organised gatherings in their flat on campus which provided a home-away-from-home for many. A teenage girl was found dead in Lancaster in the early hours of the morning. After the release of Mandela, Xolani returned in 1993 to a South Africa in dire need of technically qualified Africans. Ian was a History buff and often contributed to the Southport Visiters Nostalgia pages. Creating an obituary on Echovita is free. Full obituary from The Guardian. Her previous employment was a lone statistician at Royal Salford. He will be remembered by many of his fiends and colleagues not only for what he achieved but also for what he wanted to achieve, what he had the potential to achieve, and what he could have achieved. She devoted her professional life to the study of Russia. John was a lecturer in the Department of English, specialising in 18th-century literature. In 1974 he was awarded a PhD in Operational Research. The award to her of a Lancaster honorary degree by the Chancellor, Sir Christian Bonington, on 12 December 2007, marked the universitys recognition of a grassroots politician who was able to make a real difference to people for whom she cared.Professor Harry Townsend passed away in February 2018. A full obituary appears on the Lancaster University obituaries page. After his grandfathers death, Den moved in to live with the family of a school friend forming a life-long friendship. Christine Nightingale, Office Manager for the Office for the Associated Institutions until her retirement in 2010 died on 11 December 2020. This is close to the top of Bailrigg Drive near Bailrigg House. He was regarded by many as one of the founding fathers of computing at Lancaster and joined the staff of the University in 1970. He was appointed to the council in 1993 and was chairman of the Audit Committee at the time when Lancaster was facing cash flow problems in the mid-1990s. He played in the 1962 World Cup in Chile where he was acclaimed as the best right back in the world. Chris was acting Head of Department in 1977-78 and Head of Department 1979-82. A service to remember Lindsey and celebrate his life was held at the Park Wood Crematorium, Park Road, Elland, on Monday 18th January. A selection of his artwork can be seen at gaythornesilvesterprints.blogspot.com. He held Lecturer and Principal Lecturer positions at Liverpool University and Manchester Metropolitan University before returning to Lancaster as a full-time member of staff in 2000. David Curle (History, 1975, Furness) died on 23 May 2014. Philip had a very successful career as a chartered accountant and leaves behind his wife and three wonderful children. She spoke up for what she believed in, loved her family and friends very much and was a wonderful colleague, attentive, inclusive and sympathetic to the needs of others. Educated initially at St Georges College in Weybridge, then pursuing his History degree at Lancaster, Steve also held a masters degree in Historical Research from Birkbeck College, University of London, the subject of his thesis being Winston Churchill during 1911. The Ground News media bias check for Lancaster Guardian is Peter Fisher (Environmental Sciences, 1977, Cartmel), a leading figure in the development of geographical information science, died on 20 May 2014. A member of Cartmel College (where she met her partner, Jeremy Crow as freshers) Louize graduated with a first class honours in marketing with theatre studies, at the time, and perhaps still, a unique combination. - Legacy.com/United-Kingdom/ finding and sharing news of deaths in your community announcements.lep.co.uk announcements.lep.co.uk Log In or Create new account A full obituary appeared on the BBC website. Following his doctorate, Paul was appointed as a research Fellow at Cranfield University, and later at Manchester University, before his appointment as Senior Lecturer in Risk Management and Project Cost Management at Manchester. I remember once in London someone shouted from across the street Hello Dick. Bob joined Lancaster University in May 1970 as a clerk within the Admissions team and worked there for over 43 years, before retiring as the much-loved Deputy Head of Undergraduate Admissions in 2013. Richard Watts-Tobin, retired member of staff passed away on 26 April 2016 after a long illness. His work was appreciated by numerous colleagues and friends, among whom he could count Steve Archibald, Gaizka Mendieta and Gustavo Poyet. Her initial appointment in 1964 was as secretary to the then Finance/Establishment Officer and in 1966 she transferred to the post of Secretary to the Head of Elementary Particle Physics, Professor Arthur Clegg and in 1974 assisted Professor Roger Hadley in setting up what we now know as the Department of Applied Social Science. Dr Ng Cho Nam, (PhD Environmental Sciences, BSc Environmental Sciences 1983, Grizedale) passed away on 13 December 2019. Malcolm Kear, County College Porter from 1972-2002, passed away on 11 July 2018. Porsche was a key member of alumni staff and was involved with many alumni activities including editing the STEPS magazine and co-ordinating the alumni careers fair, and, as such was well known to many Lancaster graduates. Ian had been a member of staff since 2003 in a number of roles including Security Officer, Great Hall Porter, Chancellor's Wharf Porter and County College Porter. Most recently Lindsey was an HR Director at Wm Morrisons. His full obituary appeared in The Guardian. The full obituary written by the University Archivist, Marion McClintock, is featured on the Lancaster University website. Upon hearing of his diagnosis Tom spoke about setting up a charitable foundation that could support 3 main charitable areas, those being Crohns & Colitis, Cancer Care & Support and Hospice care. Paul was a very active in teaching and academic scholarship, both at Manchester and Lancaster. The University thanked him for his outstanding work over the years with a Staff Award at the degree congregations as part of our 50th Anniversary. He had been working at the University as part of a flood prevention research team based at the Environment Centre and specialised in using computer modelling in flood risk management. Bills expertise and personality made him the perfect fit for Radio Lancashires popular gardening advice programmes, and he became a lynchpin of those broadcasts for many years. She was a feminist, a socialist and a campaigner dedicated to challenging and innovative projects in the voluntary and public sectors. As an escape, Andie enjoyed driving Fred her Mini which made her smile. She was the department's Careers Officer for a long time and her many innovations became the DeLC way of doing things over that time. It has also showcased her talent as a writer. Professor Leslie Smith passed away on 29 December 2020 after a long illness. He was not only popular in the University, for example, playing tennis in the head of the departments circle, but also in the town. From 2000-2006, with Ray Paul, he was the editor of the European Journal of Information Systems. Nom Habu, former LU Regional Officer for Nigeria from May 2011 until August 2013 died on 15 December 2016. (Mohamed) Asraf Sattar Suleman, (MA Contemporary Sociology, 1988, Sociology & Politics, 1986, Cartmel) sadly passed away on 21 January 2019 after a battle with cancer. Sister Greta Bramley, resident nursing sister at Bailrigg House for over twenty years, died on 1 October 2020, aged 89. In his columns, he would comment and cajole and criticise the university authorities and student leaders alike. He was awarded a personal chair at Lancaster in 1996 and retired in 2012.Ians main research interest was in Scottish Historical Geography, especially the evolution of landscape, economy and society in early-modern Scotland, ranging from agriculture and rural society to urban development. Alistair arrived in Lancaster as an honorary/visiting Professor in 2007 before being made a Distinguished Professor in 2018. Moving to The Lucky Star amusements, he found similar employer disapproval when he was found not charging small children to play the machines. His reader, Price Theory, was read and devoured by countless trainee economists in the 1970s and 1980s. After retiring from work in 1982, Harry later returned to the University to teach part-time until 1991. Dr Lewis Hughes passed away in March 2021. Paul lived in Malaysia where he ran his own consulting business, having earlier in his career lectured at Blackpool and Fylde College and then in Singapore. He was one of the finest cavers to emerge from both Lancaster University and in British caving generally. Jen worked in the main Library from 1976 to 1993 and returned in 1998 as part of the founding Ruskin Library team, first as Secretary and from 2008 as Administrator for the Ruskin Library and Research Centre, retiring last year. He loved literature, cinema, was an Alfred Hitchcock aficionado, and possessed an impish wit and a wicked sense of humour. Gill passed away at home on 29 December 2013. Following degrees from Cambridge and a Chair at SOAS, Graham joined Lancasters Geography Department in 1994 and was HoD from 1995 to 2000. She led training in how to interact with the media in both industry (with AMTV) and in the voluntary sector. Webmakes it easy. A memorial written by Professor Bob Jessop and in consultation with other colleagues who knew John well is available to view on the Lancaster University obituaries page. He had diverse interests in literature, music and art. Dr Kayvan Walker, passed away 2 March 2022 in the city of Mackay, Queensland. Faizel Vohra (English Language and the Media, 2007, Bowland) died in a car accident in February 2014. An obituary was published in The Guardian on 24 November - https://www.theguardian.com/books/2021/nov/24/david-craig-obituary. After graduating, Paul pursued a long and successful career in fund management, most latterly managing the pension fund for British Gas.
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