Martin Graville was the first person I met when I came to St Michael's in 1955.
He was introduced to me by the Headmaster with the instruction he was to look after me which he did and we became friends through our school days.
After leaving St Michael's
we lost contact.
When I decided to attend an annual re-union Martin
was again the first face I saw and he
again took me "in hand" re-introducing me to many friends with whom I had lost contact.
We all started talking as if the years between had never been.
will be sorely missed by us all.
If you are not a current Member, please join now by contacting our Membership Secretary Martin Graville at email@example.com
Received your mail regarding Mr. Graville
and noted He
Be sure he
will pull through and will be in complete form shortly.
I wish him and his
family best of luck and good health.
One of the greatest pleasures of my renewed acquaintance with the OMA
has been meeting Martin
wit & humour are such a joy to hear.
I wish Martin
a swift & full recovery.
I'm sure that all Michaelians join me in praying that Martin
will soon be on the road to full recovery and our thoughts and best wishes go out to him and his
Our prayers are with Martin
We hope to have good news of his
recovery very soon.
Thanks for letting me know about Martin
was one of the people I remember most at St. Michael's
Please keep me informed as to his
I never knew Martin Graville he
was before my time, but it is troubling to hear of people being taken ill.
Just to let you know that I have sent a card to Martin Graville
to let him know we are all thinking of him particularly at this time.
I am sure some of you know, Tuesday 9th April is Martin Graville's
birthday (We are all getting older!) Normally we do not, as an Association,
mark these occasions but I think an exception is in order.
Member Secretary and Mitre editor for many years.
On my joining St
Michael's in 1955, it was Martin
who was put in charge of showing me around.
Hi John & Stephen, Welcome to the OMA
, Could you please contact Martin Graville
e-mail address from the contacts page... Thanks Bill Cullin ( 1964 - 67 )
Martin Graville ( 1953 - 59 )