In Memory

Andy Todd

Tubs Reid informed us of this very sad news.  Andy passed away suddenly today, and all are deeply shocked.  Condolences to his family, and let us all celebrate his life and memory.

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09/10/14 09:03 PM #1    

Norman Buchalter

So shocked to hear this very sad news. My sincere condolences and deepest sympathy to Debbie and all his family.

Andy was so vital- and always full of fun.

Will miss him.


09/10/14 10:52 PM #2    

Michael Perks

What a shock.  I spoke to him just the other day for advice about a property my son was looking at in Cape Town.  So glad we were able to connect at the last reunion.

10/10/14 04:58 PM #3    

Graham Lamont

Marius Botha, Graham Lamont, Andy Todd

I can't believe that I have lost my two good buddies from Selborne - both this year.

Marius Botha on the left and Andy Todd on the right. This was the last time we met at the reunion in 2012.

Brings back such good memories. That's the value of going to reunions, I guess.

Would not have missed it for the world.

Go well my good friends.

Graham Lamont





10/10/14 05:30 PM #4    

Andrew Stevens

So saddened to hear this news. We touched base when we were both teaching at Cape Town schools and again at the 25th and 40th reunions and he was always wonderful company. We will miss his wry humour expressed in his deep voice from his lofty height...Go well, friend.


10/10/14 08:47 PM #5    

Dennis Sapire

I regret having missed the reunion and the opportunity to see old schoolmates. The sudden loss of Andy is a sad reminder of lost opportunities.   I enjoyed re-connecting with Andy during the build-up to the reunion and send my condolences to his family and friends - which includes everyone reading this as we all share in the grief.  I'm not sure about future reunions either, as a botched cancer surgery a decade ago continues to make long distance travel problematic.   Nevertheless, should any of you be able to make it to Palm Springs, California (2 hours outside LA), it would be great to see you.

12/10/14 05:37 PM #6    

Neil Alperstein

What a shock.I only saw the news now. I carry very fond memories of travelling with Andy from Cape Town to the 25th reunion, of our brief encounters in Cape Town after that and most recently at the 40th. I will miss that big smile and enthusiastic presence. Go well Andy. Neil

14/10/14 03:30 PM #7    

George Euvrard

Ah Andy, oh no. It was so good to pick up at the 40th where we left off at the 25th and where we left off at school. That wonderful consistency of presence and warmth. And you were a great lock in the Centenary Drop-Outs rugby team! Go well, brother, thanks for the memories.

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