David Wilson BainPhilip Norreys ColemanCyril Farquharson Coutts-WoodRajat Kumar DuttaLuke Joseph GlancyRobert (“Bob”) Love LammingDavid Steel LewesJohn MillerWalter Bedrich PetanaJohn Neville ShephardGeorge Malcolm Temple TateMartin Saddler WilliamsonBMJ 1997; 315 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.315.7101.192 (Published 19 July 1997) Cite this as: BMJ 1997;315:192
David Wilson Bain
Former consultant surgeon Windsor group of hospitals (b 1915; q St Mary's 1940; FRCS) d 14 May 1997. He was appointed consultant in 1954, and because he had had experience at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, his remit included the paediatric surgery for the district. He developed an extensive practice, which included Windsor Castle and Eton College. Five years' service in the Royal Navy gave him enormous pleasure, and he served in theatres of war from the north Atlantic to the Pacific.
He was devoted to the memory of Lord Nelson and made a large collection of Nelsonian memorabilia. His other interests included gardening and classic cars. He leaves a wife, Julia; four children; and eight grandchildren. [R J Luck]
Philip Norreys Coleman
Consultant pathologist Friarage Hospital, Northallerton 1952-74 (b 1910; q Birmingham 1936; founder MRCPath), d 18 January 1997. While serving in the Royal Army Medical Corps in India in the second world war he developed sudden severe deafness apparently associated with malaria. This made his original intention to join his uncle in general practice impracticable and he trained as a clinical pathologist. At Friarage Hospital he was singlehanded but developed a broad range of services and established a friendly advisory service for local family doctors, one of the first clinical pathologists to do so. His outside interests included photography and (despite his disability) listening to music. He leaves a wife, Margaret; two sons and two daughters; and grandchildren. [Joe Hampson, John Tregillus]
Cyril Farquharson Coutts-Wood
General practitioner Tickhill, south Yorkshire 1946-74 (b Bulwell, Notts, 1912; q Edinburgh 1937), died of Alzheimer's disease on 3 May 1997. During the war he served in the Royal Army Medical Corps, being a lieutenant colonel on demobilisation. He enjoyed a long and happy retirement, maintaining his love of gardening, fishing, and Scotland. He leaves a …
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