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Ian Havelock-Stevens (G 52-57)

7 Sep 2020
Ian speaking at our Remembrance Centenary Service in Nov 2018
Ian speaking at our Remembrance Centenary Service in Nov 2018
We are sorry to learn that Ian Havelock-Stevens (G 52-57) passed away at home peacefully on Friday 4 Sept 2020 aged 82 years. We appreciated Ian's support at Bradfield for many years and his idea of setting up regional OB Lunches led to the formation of the Hampshire regional lunch, the first of many, which is ongoing to this day and has always been very well-supported by Bradfieldians of all ages.

He loved Bradfield and spoke at the Centenary Remembrance Service in Nov 2018 (pictured above) and in memory of his brother Allan Havelock-Stevens (G 54-58) whose name is recorded on the Bradfield War Memorial.

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