This list is by no means complete and we apologise if a student that has passed away is not noted. Please advise through the above 'Contact Us' Tab to complete some of the detail, or if you wish to have any content removed, added or corrected. The reason that we feel this list be made available, is that when conversing with each other over social media, email, in person at reunions or just in the street, that we can all be mindful, informed and tactful in our discussions with the survived.
Student or Spouse
Bobby Zeibell Billy Reid Boy Swain Boy Pollard Gail Pyne Johnny Nelson Peter Pyle Denis Perso Carolyn Addinsall Neilma Seymour Graham Pyle Jimmy Allen Annette Gigliotti Noel Keat Peter Couch Victor Reddacliff John Piera Cliff Pini Jim Corless Ian Monkman Brian Grealy Graham Irons Sharon Tappe Doug Keat Mark Creamer Barry Irons Brian Talbot Robert Grealy Jock Handley Colin McKendrick Errol White Terry Ranton Margaret McDonald Lauren Sauervein Derek Percy Noelleen Mayberry Suzanne Stripeikis Stafford Turner Mrs Jenny Richardson Ron Anderson Barrie Wesley Gary Gill Dawn Seymour Ron McKendrick Brian Bell Wendy Churton
Tragic drowning accident. Tragic drowning accident. Car accident. Tragic drowning accident. Domestic accident. Tragically hit by a car in Melbourne. So young and stricken with a nasty illness. Tragic car accident. A beautiful, gentle and kind girl. Tragic car accident. Tragic car accident. Sadly missed with his sudden passing. Tragic car accident. Leaving a young family after an illness. 17/9 - Tragic car accident on the night of his son's birth. A quiet and respected gentleman. Passed away from successive strokes. Loved his cars, grease and rock and roll. Family left Mt Beauty in early years but Cliff always came back and kept his friends. Left Mt Beauty to Army teaching, then West Australia. Molly was always there for his friends and loved to socialise. Brian was 1 day off 51 years. Best remembered for his business sense in modernizing the Bogong Hotel. No other details. 23/9 due to illness. In Shepparton. Happy go lucky boy. Bunny loved his heavy equipment and returned to the Valley after many years away. (John) Jocka worked hard and loved his sport and horse racing. A character from a large family unit. Flynny loved his bushwalking, exploring, Mt Bogong and fishing. Family, cricket and work was his life. A real character that did not shirk any issue. Dedicated website: http://www.mbsc.vic.edu.au/laurens%20pages/laurenset.html Cancer from smoking too much in jail. Sadly missed by no-one. Student No. 323 in 1956. Peter Stripeikis' wife. Passed away in Wodonga. Much loved and longest serving MBHS teacher. Aged 91 in Coffs Harbour. Of late Ron had returned to the quiet of the valley for artistic and peaceful times. No other details After a long illness. Illness took the sweetest person you could ever wish to meet. After a very short illness. We all remember with affection 'Dinga' Bell. A lovely very smart lady who is sadly missed.
Billy Barter Barbara Fields David Fields Sharon Tappe Kim Herbert Peter Smith Andrew Mull Noel Keat Phillip Plant Marie Plant Dale Dalkin Ollie Ter Robert Allen Malcolm Davidson
Victor Black Lindy Hertzog Kevin Lafontaine Neil Hynes Fred Barter Victor Mull Doug Keat Brett Keogh Mickey Reid Carolyn L Paula Van Fossen Alf Seymour Dorothy Prismall Peter Ranton
Julian Panozzo Peter Renshaw John Reid Lance Zeibell David Guy Wayne Murrell Sheenagh Stone Keith Renshaw Darrell Black Ian Hewitt Mickey Grealy Lenny Price Bruce Barton Laurel Howman
Janette Larkin John Ballard Peter Francioli Garry Newman Catherine Glew Grant Murrell David Morton Andrew Ballard Barry Newbound John Creamer Lyn McVean Joan Ortlipp Janet Blake Elaine Newbound
Paul Harkin David Petrovic Patty Ingram Ross Huston Frank Vail Trevor Allen Peter Evans Ian Erbacher Janette Wesley Middy Whitehead Ian McKendrick Brian Bell Ann Tye Billy Sutton James Keogh
Please advise us through the above 'Contact Us' Tab to help with some of the dates or detail missing or if you wish to have any content corrected or removed. It would also be appreciated if a small eulogy in remembrance of our school colleague was offered by anyone close to the bereaved.