Munro College Old Boys Association

Fredrick Bancroft Zenny

 Inducted for his excellence in academics and sports at Munro College; his training in international law; his contribution to the Public Service in Jamaica; and his key role in the leadership and development of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2020

Cecil Lloyd “C Lloyd” Allen 

Inducted for services to Munro College (Tennis, Athletics, Windmill, Plant) and Jamaica (Boxing). Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2014

Hon. Hugh Cecil Edmund Hart OJ 

Inducted for services in the legal field and as Senator, Minister and Administrator of CAP Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2014

Hon. William A. McConnell OJ, CD, JP, FCA 

Inducted for leadership in commerce and exports. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2014

Alfred M.W. Sangster OJ, CD, JP, BSc, PhD, FJIM 

Inducted for service to education (CAST/UTECH) governance (CAFFE) and sports (Local Training). Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2014

Rev. William Simms MA

Inducted posthumously as the headmaster who made Potsdam solvent and excellent. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2014

Dr. John A. Ewen, Ph.D. 

Inducted for his pioneering role in incorporating metals into plastic polymers by his Metallocene catalysts thus enhancing American superiority in plastics and earning him the highest U.S. honor for technological innovation – The National Medal of Technology –this glory reflecting on Jamaica and Munro College. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2015

Custos Albert Edward Harrison, BA. 

Inducted posthumously for fourteen years as Second Master, thirty years as Headmaster bringing Munro College enrolment from eighty five to one hundred and thirty and its academic and sports performance to dizzying heights of excellence. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2015

Major General Robert James Neish, CD, A.F.C., A.D.C., JP 

Inducted for his service to Jamaica in the Jamaica Defence Force from 1958 to 1990 as well as important welfare service positions. As Chief of Staff JDF 1979-1990, he occupied the “hot seat” during violence of 1980 and the Grenada invasion of 1983. His tenacity for eleven years made him the longest serving Chief of Staff in Independent Jamaica. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2015

Dr. Louis Aston Marantz Simpson 

Inducted posthumously for his contribution to freedom in active service in world war Ⅱ earning him the Bronze Star with cluster and two Purple Hearts and for his “poetry of ordinary life” hailed by Prix de Rome, Guggenheim, American Academy of Arts and Columbia University for his excellence in poetry. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2015

Ronald George Sturdy, M.A.  

Inducted posthumously for outstanding prowess in sports, service to the legal profession and as a war hero. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2015

Ambassador The Hon. Burchell A. Whiteman, OJ 

Inducted for his service to education especially as founding Principal of Brown’s Town Community College and culminating in ministerial responsibility for education. His entry into representational polities with success but without the usual acrimony and his diplomatic skills leading to his appointment as Jamaica’s High Commissioner to London are ornaments of his career. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2015

Trevor De Cressie Armstrong 

Inducted for his exceptional sporting career at Munro and support of the School and pioneering development of domestic and agricultural chemicals in Jamaica. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Morris Cargill, CD 

Inducted posthumously for his contribution to law and agriculture and his excellent journalistic skills and advocacy for the rights of citizens. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Rev. David Brooke Clarke 

Inducted for launching of the Missionary Churches in Jamaica and his services to religion. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Douglas Wrexham Eric Forrest 

Inducted posthumously for his academic brilliance at Munro and contribution to secondary education at Kingston College and his role in establishing the renowned KC choir. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

John Clinton Edmund Hart 

Inducted posthumously for his academic and sporting excellence at Munro and his outstanding contribution to law in Jamaica. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Richard Lindsay Downer, CD

Inducted for his brilliant career in accountancy, expertise in privatizations and receiverships, regionally and internationally. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Gladstone Lawrence Isaac Fisher

Inducted for his contribution to Munro in support of building the Auditorium, expansion of school plant and mapping of the buildings. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Errol Lloyd 

Inducted for pioneering role in black art and sculpture and encouragement of other artists in the genre. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Derrick V. McKoy, CD

Inducted for his contribution to legal education in Jamaica and the Caribbean and role in the development of the Office of Contractor General. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Ian McDonald Ramsay, OJ, QC. 

Inducted posthumously for his sporting and academic achievements at Munro and University and his outstanding legal career. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Ira Decordova Rowe, OJ.

Inducted posthumously for his academic excellence at Munro and his outstanding contribution as a jurist in Jamaica and beyond. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Nelson Christian Stokes OD, OLY

Inducted for his pioneering role as a member of Jamaica’s world famous first Olympic Bobsleigh team and his continued contribution to the Jamaica Bobsleigh Federation. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Miss Edith “Shottie” Wright 

Inducted posthumously for her dedicated career as Matron for over 40 years and Pioneering role in the building of the Munro Chapel. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Derrick Fenton Dyer, CD, JP, MA 

Inducted posthumously for his outstanding contribution to the public and private Sector, and for his leadership in the expansion of forestry in Jamaica. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2017

Roy Navarro Hutchinson OD, JP

Inducted for his outstanding contribution in Business, Corporate Jamaica and Education in particular his service to Munro College. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2017

Mrs. Mary Keane 

Inducted posthumously for her outstanding contribution to the well-being of the school population in the area of nutrition. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2017

David Cameron Mais, JP 

Inducted for his outstanding contribution to nation building and Sports Administration. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2017

Mr. Joseph Paul Stockhausen  

Inducted for his outstanding contribution to Jamaica in Engineering and Management, in particular his advancement of renewable energy. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2017

Christopher David Rhys Bovell, CD 

Inducted for his internationally acclaimed contribution to business law tempered by conciliation as well as his quiet philanthropy. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2018

Karl Lauriston Fuller OD JP BSc, MBA

Inducted for long-term leadership in community services via Church, Music, Education, Health & Credit Union. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2018

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. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2018

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. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2018

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. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2019

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. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2019

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. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2019

John Owen Harold Greaves CD

Inducted for his outstanding contribution to Commerce, Engineering and Philanthropy. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2017

Dr. Trevor “T. I.” Robinson

Inducted for his founding of Echocardiography Laboratory (Canada), diligent teaching of doctors and care of patients. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Vincent Roy “Vin’ Lumsden

Inducted for exceptional sports and academic career at Munro and Cambridge University and contribution to agriculture, media, and horseracing. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

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. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2016

Lawrence Wilmot “Laurie” Sharp JP 

Inducted posthumously for achievement in family business and for service to the Munro & Dickenson Trust and Board of Governors of Munro College. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2013

The Most Hon. Sir Donald Burns Sangster, ON, KCVO 

Inducted posthumously for achievement in politics as a Parish Councillor and Member of the House of Representatives, rising to become the second Prime Minister of Jamaica. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2013

Robert Hugh Munro 

Inducted posthumously for the vision, foresight, and generosity of spirit in leaving funds for the erection of schools for boys and girls in the parish of St. Elizabeth. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2013

Professor The Hon. Mervyn Eustace Morris OM 

Inducted for excellence in academics, excellence in the sport of tennis and for excellent distinction as a poet. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2013

Professor The Hon. Owen St. Clair Morgan OJ 

Inducted for excellence in academics, excellence in the field of Medicine and for service to the Munro & Dickenson Trust And Board of Governors of Munro College. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2013

Anthony Keith Edmund “Tony” Hart, OJ, CD, JP

Inducted for achievement in family business, for philanthropy, and for service to the Munro & Dickenson Trust. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2013

Dr. Caleb Dickenson

Inducted posthumously for the vision, foresight, and generosity of spirit in adding substantially to the funds left by his uncle Robert Hugh Munro for the erection of schools for boys and girls in the parish of St. Elizabeth. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2013

Stephen Frederick Harle

Inducted posthumously for service as Deputy Headmaster of Munro College and Supreme Chemistry Teacher 1956 to 2006. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2012

Richard B. Roper, OD

Inducted for service as Headmaster of Munro College (1955 to 1982) and trailblazing and innovative ideas in the field of school administration. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2012

John Oliver (Jackie) Minott, CD

Inducted for achievement in business and for service to the Munro & Dickenson Trust. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2012

Lloyd Lindberg “Lindy” Delapenha, OD

Inducted for groundbreaking achievement in sports and for service in sport journalism. Read More ...
Year Inducted: 2012