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In Memoriam

Fr. Frank McGauley, SJ, died early morning on the 15th July, 2008, after a period of illness at a Jesuit infirmary in Philadelphia. He was the Rector / Principal of Loyola School, Jamshedpur from 1970-76. He was tall and imposing and the last American head of the School, much respected and loved by those he touched.

Fr. Larry J. Hunt, SJ, ex-principal of Loyola School, Jamshedpur, died on
Tue, May 20, 2008, in Baltimore, USA. Fr. Larry J. Hunt was the 4th
Principal of Loyola School, Jamshedpur. He served in that post from
1963-67. A feature of his tenure was the morning assembly and is
remembered for his belief: Loyola is the best school in India. (In
2007, Loyola was ranked among the top 15 schools in India by Education
World.). Later he also worked De Nobili School, FRI, Dhanbad; XLRI,
Jamshedpur; and the Damien Leper Welfare Centre in Dhanbad. He spent
21 years in India before returning to the USA in 1984.

Originally published in the Motif of September 11, 2006.

 

Reynold C. D'Souza

The death of Reynold C. D'Souza some years ago marked the physical disappearance of one of Jamshedpur's most enthralling citizens. Reams can be written about Mr. D'Souza's exertions and achievements as teacher, but the example he set all his life as a citizen and as a social being deserves equal attention. Generations of Jamshedpur students, which includes this writer and his two brothers, were privileged to attend his classes and learn from him the intricacies of the English language and, more important, those decencies of life which are gradually becoming a thing of the past.