Dr Henry (Harry) Joy Clarke (Olds 1939–1943) b. 24 May 1925 passed away in South Africa on 21 March 2017 after complications following breaking his hip. He was evacuated with Lancing during the war to Ludlow and went on to St Edmund Hall, Oxford before switching to do medicine at the Middlesex Hospital in London. He joined his aunt in general practice in Eastbourne, where he remained full time until the age of 70, and carried on part time well beyond this. He played football for the Lancing Old Boys and loved his golf. His three sons Hugh, Andrew, Richard all became doctors. Twin grandsons, Robert and Edward Clarke (Gibbs’ 2008–2013) were sports scholars in recent years at Lancing. He is survived by his wife Maureen, his three sons and nine grandchildren.