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Roy Head

(b. 1941)


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RICH, Roy (1912 - 1970), Head of Light Entertainment, British Broadcasting Corporation, since 1964

PORTER, Rev. Canon (Joshua) Roy (1921 - 2006), Professor of Theology, University of Exeter, 1962–86 (Head of Department, 1962–85), then Professor Emeritus

DENMAN, (George) Roy (1924 - 2006), Ambassador and Head of European Communities Delegation in Washington, 1982–89

MEADOW, (Samuel) Roy (born 1933), Professor and Head of Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, University of Leeds, 1980–98, now Emeritus Professor

GILES, Roy Curtis (born 1932), Administrative Consultant, Busoga Trust, 1991–2011; Head Master, Highgate School, 1974–89

CHRIMES, Neil Roy (born 1954), Head of Programmes, Lord Mayor’s Office, City of London, since 2006

ATKINS, William Ringrose Gelston (1884 - 1959), Boyle Medal, Roy. Dublin Soc. 1928; Head of Dept of General Physiology, Marine Biological Association’s Laboratory, Plymouth, Devon, 1921–55

DARLINGTON, Charles (Roy) (1910 - 1998), Director of the Naval Education Service and Head of Instructor Branch, Royal Navy, 1960–65, retired; on staff of Haileybury, 1965–75

HARRISON, Roy Michael (born 1948), Queen Elizabeth II Birmingham Centenary Professor of Environmental Health, since 1991, and Head, Division of Environmental Health & Risk Management, since 1999, University of Birmingham

BOWRING, John Ivan Roy (1923 - 2010), management consultant, aircraft maintenance; Head of Technical Training and Maintenance, British Aerospace (formerly British Aircraft Corporation), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1978–88

PIKE, (Edward) Roy (born 1929), Clerk Maxwell Professor of Theoretical Physics, University of London at King’s College, 1986–2010, now Professor Emeritus (Head of School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, 1991–94)

ANDERSON, Roy (Malcolm) (born 1947), Professor of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London, since 2000 (Head of Department, 2000–04; Rector, 2008–09); Chief Scientific Adviser, Ministry of Defence, 2004–08

CHILVERS, Edwin Roy (born 1959), Professor of Respiratory Medicine, since 1998, Director, Clinical Academic Training Office, since 2009, and Deputy Head, Department of Medicine, since 2010, University of Cambridge; Fellow of St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, since 1999

WHEELER, Thomas Sherlock (1899 - 1962), Professor (Head of Department) of Chemistry; University College (NUI), Dublin, since 1945; Member Senate, NUI; Member Governing Body and Dean of Faculty of Science, University College, Dublin; Member Governing Boards, Schools of Cosmic and Theoretical Physics, Dublin Inst. for Advanced Studies; Director Irish Peat, Chem. and Industrial Research and Standards Bds; Mem. Council Roy. Dublin Soc. and Roy. Irish Acad; Mem. Irish Nat. Commission for UNESCO; Sometime Member for the Republic of Ireland on the OEEC Technical and Scientific Manpower Cttee; Chm., Organising Cttee, Dublin (1957) Meeting of the British Assoc. for the Advancement of Science; sometime a Vice-President Royal Inst. of Chemistry; Past-Pres. Irish Chem. Association; sometime Fellow, and Dean of the Faculty of Science, University of Bombay; Foundation Fellow (sometime a Vice-President) National Institute of Sciences of India

 

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B. 1 September 1941, Three Rivers, Texas, USA. This respected performer first formed his group, the Traits, in 1958, after moving to San Marcos. The line-up included Jerry Gibson (drums) ...

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