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Norman Rosser Obituary
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13 December 2018

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November 8, 2017
I remember him with great affection, and easily recall his voice and ever present smile.
He taught me to play squash, and took me to see the famous Khan family giving exhibition matches locally.

Unusually for masters at the time he called me " Tudor " part of my surname and did not use my common currency nickname, " Mungo " I also remember playing rackets with him. APT Miles No: 3 '54-'59
October 20, 2017
It was with great sadness that I read about Norman in todays Telegraph Norman was a most delightful man, who was so charming when our paths crossed. Our asssociation was through my playing for the Old Brentwoods Arthur Dunn football team and my friendship with Denis Saunders on the ISFA committee. I also know several O Ms who held him in such high regard. I taught at Forest School for many years and I always saw him as a dedicated schoolmaster and a role model for young men entering the profession.