Good afternoon,

 

I hope you can help me. I am the daughter of Henry Kennedy-Skipton, who graduated from DBS in 1959, and went on to Trinity College, Dublin. He was an active member of the Alumni Association, and I remember in 2004 they had a meet up in Honk Kong. I found a CD from the DBS Orchestra called Symphony No. 9 ''New World" from their time there.

 

Dad passed away last Friday (25-Jan-2019), and is to be buried in Scotland, where we grew up and where his father and my Mum are. She just passed away in June. I remember we visited DBS in 1989, when I was just a teenager! I really would like to contact the group to let them know of Dad's passing.

 

The only other person I know from the group, who stays in contact, is Sze Wang Chang, who lives in Toronto, but unfortunately I have no email address for him.

 

Dad's funeral will be on Thursday 14th February at 10.30am at St.Bride's Church in West Kilbride, Scotland. I would be very grateful if you could send me some information on how I might make contact with the group, especially Sze Wang Chang.

 

Many thanks, and kind regards,

 

Tara Kennedy-Skipton

I bring you sad news today. Tommy passed away Oct 1st in his sleep.

As you are the one student that I have met a few times and I know you are in contact with Tommy ‘s fellow colleagues and students at DBS, may I impose on you to extend this message to all. Thank you for visiting my brother whenever you are in Seattle. I know he looked forward to your visits.

Luke Yip Jing Ping (Class 54)

It is with Profound Sadness to inform you that Luke Yip passed away on Thursday 6th July 2017 in Ontario, Canada.

 

A Memorial Service will be held on:

10:00am Thursday 20th July 2017

St. John's Cathedral

4-8 Garden Road, Central

Hong Kong

 

Reginal A. Hamet

Just to inform DSOBA that one of our old boys Kenneth Chan Wing-ming (Class 1952) passed away at 5:40am on Saturday 14-Jan-2017 at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Aged 82. He was an outstanding badminton player during his school days. He also represented DBS in the Inter-School tournaments.

 

Thos who knew him will know he was a kind, humble and sincere gentlemen. We really miss one of the most outstanding old boys of the 50's.

 

Reginald A. Hamet (Class of 1953)

 

 

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