Executive

David Ashbolt

Born at Limehouse Maternity Hospital in 1946, David can lay claim to being a true Cockney! Most people who have heard him speak will vouch for this. David completed his education in Dagenham and Hackney, following which he moved to West London and started his working career; initially employed as a trainee Perspex Fabricator for
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Tom Quinn

Tom moved from his native Scotland with his wife Eunice and two children in 1983, to work in London. A Past Master from the Scottish Constitution, he has taken to English Masonry in a big way, particularly the Mark and RAM Degrees. Now retired after 40 years in banking he allegedly has lots of spare
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Jerry Gangadeen

Jerry was born in Grenada in 1953 and at the tender age of seven the family moved to England. Young Jerry had a great love of sport but was particularly outstanding at athletics. At just 14 years old, he was the holder of the British long jump record and his commitment was such that he later
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Henry Hobson

Most Brethren in the Province will know Henry, as for many years he has been the Chairman of the Communications Committee and for a long time one of the Provincial photographers attending meetings and delegations, taking pictures at the end of proceedings for inclusion in the website and also the Year Book. It was a
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Cliff Sturt

Born in South London, Cliff spent his teenage years in Somerset before returning to London to read Physics at Imperial College. He graduated with a 2:1 and an Associateship of the Royal College of Science. Moving into the world of Intellectual Property, Cliff soon qualified as a Chartered Patent Agent (European Patent Attorney) and subsequently
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Timothy MacAndrews

Tim was born in 1956 in West London where he was brought up and educated. In 1979 he qualified as a Chartered Accountant but almost immediately left the profession to set up with his business partner their own company – Snappy Snaps, a photographic retail franchise. The chain grew to over 150 shops and was
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