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Former OJS Chairmen From the Class of 1952 Have a Mini Reunion Over Lunch

To mark the return of Michael Whitaker (Judd 1952- 57 in Delta House), visiting the UK from South Australia, this gang of four got together, still friends after 60 years of leaving Judd.

Michael Whitaker, Geoff Pettitt, Dr. Martin Walker and Ken Gunn - all past OJS Chairmen
Michael Whitaker, Geoff Pettitt, Dr. Martin Walker and Ken Gunn - all past OJS Chairmen
26 Aug 2019
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