After an enthusiastic career in packaging development, Tony Gregory sadly passed away after a short illness at the end of July 2009, aged 74.
In memoriam: An appreciation of past members
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David Cassels Gardner was born into a mining family in Dalserf, Lanarkshire, Scotland, on 29 April 1938.
John Edwin (Jack) Harris, who wrote a regular column for Materials World,
'Material Matters', died on 3 February 2009.
His younger brother, Rex, offers his memories of Jack.
Jack Harris, who wrote a regular column for Materials World, 'Material Matters', died on 3 February 2009 from a suspected heart attack. His younger brother, Rex, offers his memories of Jack.
Kevin Farrell, Chief Executive of the British Ceramic Confederation (BCC) for 25 years, died peacefully at the Douglas MacMillan Hospice in the early hours of 28 March 2009.
Professor Dr Wladimir W Krysko, who died in Watford, Hertfordshire, on 23 February 2009, spent most of his working life in the academic world.
Tom Pollard, who died on 10 February 2009 aged 87, was one of the foremost longwall mining engineers of his generation.
Douglas Simpson had a long career in the mining industry.
Peter Vipan, who died in November 2008 five days after his 87th birthday, was Vice-President of the former Institution of Mining and Metallurgy from 1977-80.
It was with regret that the tragic death of Ian Bottomley was reported to the SPF committee at the last assembled meeting in October 2008.