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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

Education

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

Career

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

Publications

chapter in The Scottish Juvenile Justice System, 1982

Recreations

Golf, sailing, scouting

Address

West Fenton, North Berwick, East Lothian, EH39 5AL

(01620) 842154