Munro College Old Boys Association

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Felix Andrew Alexander Salkey

Inducted posthumously for his contribution as a novelist and his inspiration to West Indian writers including George Lamming and V. S. Naipaul.

Vincent Roy “Vin’ Lumsden

Inducted for exceptional sports and academic career at Munro and Cambridge University and contribution to agriculture, media, and horseracing.

Trevor Alward Parchment 

Inducted posthumously for his outstanding contribution to the development of schoolboy sports in Jamaica and especially to Munro College, Excelsior High School and Kingston College. Trevor Parchment is credited with encouraging Michael Holding to spend more of his time and energies playing cricket.

Mr. Gassan Elias Azan J.P 

Inducted for his outstanding and pioneering leadership in business organization and development. Gassan Azan is credited with founding the Bashco and MegaMart chains of stores and Sygnus Capital in Jamaica, and a chain of supermarkets in the Netherland Antilles.

Dr. Brian Hugh Ian Morgan CD BDS  

Inducted for his outstanding achievement in the field of Dentistry and Public Service in Jamaica to include, among others, the Munro College community, the Police, the Institute of Jamaica, and the Jamaica Dental Association.

Roy Adolf Meikle PhD 

Inducted for inventive leadership in alumina research and production as well as distribution of aluminum products, benefiting Alcan and Jamaica and reflecting positively on Munro College.

Guy Lancaster Bruce Wiehen, OBE 

Inducted posthumously for forty-three years at Munro College, dedicated to patient extraction of the best in over a thousand boys and twenty years loyal administrative service as Second Master to three headmasters.