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Peter Thatcher (1948 - 1952)

15 Oct 2021
Written by Toucan Tech

Peter Thatcher, who was a boarder at RGS High Wycombe 1948-1952, died at the age of 84 on 2nd June 2021.

Peter always remembered his time at RGS High Wycombe with great affection. He played rugby for the 3rd fifteen, joined the Combined Cadet Force, was lead drummer in the military band, and was involved back-stage in a production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Yeoman of the Guard.”

Peter went on to have a successful career in banking retiring as a Senior Bank Auditor for the HSBC. He married Althea in 1964 and settled in Pinner, Middlesex. He is survived by his four children, and three grandchildren, all of whom miss him dearly.

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