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Clive Gammon-English Master
9 June 2012
Welshman Clive Gammon, a sportswriter who travelled the world and met Pele, Maradona and Muhammad Ali, died at Cefyn Coed Hospital in Swansea, aged 83.
Raymond Garlick

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Raymond Garlick - English Master 1949-1954
19 March 2011
Raymond Garlick died on Saturday 19th March at Cardiff where he had been living near to his daughter and grandchildren.
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Roland Mathias - Headmaster 1948-1958
16 Aug 2007
Roland Glyn Mathias, poet, editor, critic and schoolmaster:born Talybont-on-Usk, Breconshire 4 Sept 1915; Headmaster, Pembroke Dock Grammar School 1948-58; Headmaster, Herbert Strutt School 1958-64; editor, Dock Leaves (later The Anglo-Welsh Review) 1961-76; Headmaster, King Edward VI Five Ways School 1964-69; married 1944 Molly Hawes (died 1996; 1 son, 2 daughters); died Brecon, Powys 16 Aug 2007
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Stephen Griffith - Physics Master 1949-1969
12 Dec 2010
Stephen Griffith
Stephen Griffith at home
Stephen Griffith was born in BIaenau Ffestiniog, a slate-producing area of North Wales in 1908, and died at home, cared for by his family, on 12th December, 2010 in Neyland at the age of 102.

Stephen Griffith Obit
Ken Cooper - Art Master 1947-1972
14 Jan 2006
MR K. COOPER PEMBROKE Ken Cooper died on Sunday, January 8th in Withybush Hospital after a short illness. His funeral took place at St Michael's Church, Pembroke, on Saturday, January 14th [2006]. He will be remembered by many as the art master at Pembroke Grammar School, where he taught from 1947 to 1972 Source: Western Telegraph

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