Old Sedberghians from the early days of Sedbergh will be saddened to hear of the death of Douglas Robertson at Christmas time.
The following obituary has appeared:
"Robertson, Douglas Christian
March 15, 1937 - December 26, 2014
The news of the death of Alan Webster has saddened all of us who knew him. We called him "The Man" or "Webbie" and he was our friend, Not only was he Head Boy at Sedbergh, but he was a compassionate leader who was aware of the difficulties many of us had in the school of hard knocks that was Sedbergh in the 1950s. Webbie's love of sports inspired us and his prowess on the soccer field was legendary. As I remember, he played centre half and no one could ever get around him. I learned my axe skills from The Man, when he would came around the huts on a Saturday afternoon to check out that all was well. We shall miss him.
Judi Greene, Alan's daughter, shared the following with me today:
Old Sedberghians will be saddened hear of the death of Philip Banister who was a student at the school in the 1940s. I received notice of Philip's death this morning from Ronnie Robertson, a good friend of Philip's. Ronnie's comments include " I had known Philip since we were both at Sedbergh in the early 1940s and we always kept in fairly close touch afterwards - through the heady debutant days in Montreal in the '60s, his marriage to Judy, their move to Ottawa and even in Finland, which he visited in connection with his work. Philip was a good and gentle friend."
The following obituary appeared in the Ottawa Citizen on March 29, 2014:
Old Sedberghians will be saddened to hear of the death of Edmond Joly-de-Lotbiniere, a student at Sedbergh during the very early days of the school.
The following obituary appeared in the Globe and Mail.