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Frank Lunt (LGB 1968-2008)

Posted By Alumni Office, mercredi 18 mars 2015

 Frank Lunt   Frank Lunt

1. When did you work at the International School of Geneva and what was/were your role(s)?
I was a physics lab technician at LGB from 1968 to 2008. I also organised the school transport system for six years under Nick Holmes (the former Bursar), ran canoe trips for both students and adults between 1971 and 2002 (until health and safety requirements made it too complicated) and organised Student Day Fair from 1986 until I retired in 2008.

2. Describe your life today, where you live and what you do.
I’ve remained in Geneva; and they’ve not quite got rid of my yet! I still supervise IB and SAT exams. We travel extensively, having a son in Italy and a daughter in Kenya, as well as friends around the world. Summer is spent enjoying our garden and entertaining friends who visit.

3. What are your strongest memories of working at Ecolint?
My ex-colleagues, the many students I had contact with, and the good old days when everybody knew each other and social events were organised for the whole school (BBQs, Escalades, etc…).

4. To what extent do you like to keep in touch with former students and colleagues?
For my sins I am on the Central Committee of the Alumni Association, which keeps me in touch. I also organise a “fish’n’chips” (filet de perches, frites, salade) meal for retired staff once a year, and still try to organise B.E.E.R.* once a year, but Mike Rowe and myself seem to be now the only members!

 

* Best Ever Ecolint Reunion - a casual gathering for former staff and students in a chosen Geneva hostelry. Usually held in December.

 

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