From Andrew Jarratt via Robert Dawson, is this obituary of David Drinkwater.
DRINKWATER, David, 1955-1960, b 2 February 1944; d 15 September 2022. To the consternation of School management, he became an apprentice at the Royal Ordnance Factory Nottingham. This was a precursor to a distinguished career in engineering and engineering standards. Worked for a number of large organisations in a senior capacity in Egypt and USA as well as the UK. A keen cyclist, he covered 163,000 miles in his life including the four cardinal points of the UK.
On the OBITS page.
Published by Malcolm Peaker
Elected to Fellowship of the Royal Society in 1996, Malcolm Peaker is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. A graduate of the University of Sheffield (BSc, DSc) and the University of Hong Kong (PhD, Hon. DSc), he was Director of the Hannah Research Institute and Hannah Professor in the University of Glasgow, Vice-President of the Zoological Society of London, Chairman of the, British Nutrition Foundation and a member of the Rank Prize Funds Nutrition Advisory Committee.
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