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Morrison, Sir (William) Garthlocked

KT 2007; CBE 1994

Born 8 April 1943; s of late Walter Courtenay Morrison and Audrey Elizabeth Morrison (née Gilbert); m 1970, Gillian Cheetham; two s one d; died 24 May 2013

Lord-Lieutenant, East Lothian, since 2001


Pangbourne Coll.; Pembroke Coll., Cambridge (BA 1966)


CEng 1973; MIET (MIEE 1973). Service in RN, retiring as Lieut, 1961–73; farming in family partnership, 1973–. Scouting: Area Comr, E Lothian, 1973–81; Chief Comr of Scotland, 1981–88; Chief Scout, 1988–96; Mem., World Scout Cttee, 1991–2002. Chairman: East and Midlothian NHS Trust, 1994–97; Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh NHS Trust, 1997–99; Lothian Primary Care NHS Trust, 1999–2004. Member: Lothian Region Children’s Panel, 1976–83; Scottish Community Educn Council, 1988–95 (Fellow, 1995); Nat. Lottery Charities Bd, 1995–99. Chm., SE Regl Cttee, 1996–2000, Pres., 2001–04, Scottish Landowners’ Fedn; Pres., RHASS, 2009–10. Vice-Pres., Commonwealth Youth Exchange Council, 1997–. Trustee: The MacRobert Trusts, 1998– (Chm., 2007–); Lamp of Lothian Collegiate Trust, 1978– (Chm., 2001–). DL E Lothian, 1984. Hon. DBA Napier, 2001; DUniv Queen Margaret, 2011. Argentine Gold Medal, 1962


chapter in The Scottish Juvenile Justice System, 1982


Golf, sailing, scouting


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