Discovered this week that Rugger enthusiast Malcolm Santer died earlier this summer.
Malcolm was a great lover of the game and was a frequent attendee of games and functions as well as being a wonderful raconteur , as anyone who has sat next to him at Lodge/Rotary or a dinner table can testify.
I am sure that you are already sat at a good table upstairs amongst friends with a glass in hand !!!
Below is a tribute from one of his former clubs , Aurora Barbarians in Canada
Malcolm Santer, originally from The U.K., arrived in Toronto via Bermuda in the late 60s. He joined The Barbarians and proved to be a useful full back with remarkable tackling skills. He was very supportive of all Club activities, and was respected for his wit and enthusiasm. He was elected twice as Club President in the early 70s. During this time the Club began their junior development programme, a legacy that has led to our remarkable success in recent years. Malcolm died last week. Present Club members and even those Black Sheep under 45 are probably unaware of Malcolm’s contribution to the Club; he retired to The Bahamas in the 80s and returned to Ontario recently.
It is important to remember those who helped our Club grow, and respect is due. We send our sympathies to Betty, his long time loving partner, and trust that she will be comforted by all the happy memories. Thank you Malcolm.
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