His has written four books, two focused on cooperative and social enterprise issues, and two on interpersonal relationship dynamics framed from a gender studies perspective. He has had peer-reviewed articles published in academic journals on corporate governance, entrepreneurship and social enterprise.
Robert leaves his wife, June, Botanyfive adult children and fifteen grandchildren. He died last year aged After serving with The Hampshire Regiment he was in the first wave of landings on D-Day where he was wounded several times he went to Nottingham University as a mature student, his career went from Stanton and Staverley, Notts to Redland Pipes Surrey fromwhere he became Technical Director.
A life spent in concrete mostly pipes and lighting columns. As my brother commented in his eulogy "at one time you were probably standing over or under something he had designed"!
He met my mother when he was in Derby Royal infirmary recovering after the D-Day landings, she is still alive and well, and the living room of her house is still dominated by the print of Nottingham University.
He established an international reputation for his pioneering experimental research into the fatigue strength of bituminous materials for road construction, which started inand extended his interests into new design methods for roads. Peter Pell was essentially a Nottingham man.
Although he went to Sutton Valence School in Kent he returned to Nottingham as an undergraduate in after his war service as a Major in the Royal Engineers. After graduation, Pell joined the consulting firm of Oscar Faber and Partners as a structural engineer before returning to the University in to begin research on the fatigue strength of bituminous materials, working on a contract awarded by Shell.
He was appointed as a lecturer in and was successively promoted to Senior Lecturer inReader in and to a Chair in Inhe was appointed to a four year term as a Pro-Vice-Chancellor and, inalso took on the task of leading his department following the retirement of Professor Rex Coates. His marriage to Janet Huntley on 21st August was a long and happy one lasting 67 years.
She predeceased him by just 10 months. They were very much a team and provided frequent, generous and enjoyable hospitality to colleagues and visitors alike at their home overlooking the Trent valley. He is succeeded by two sons, Robert and Charles, seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Obituary kindly supplied by Professor Stephen Brown. She is hoping that one of her grandchildren will follow her footsteps to the east Midlands.
Doreen developed cervical cancer, which eventually got the better of her after a short illness. She leaves four children, 12 grandchildren and a host of fond memories. She is survived by her three children: Alison, Lindsay and Meddon and by her five grandchildren. Born in Tredegar, South Wales, she was brought up in Leicester.Archives and past articles from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and vetconnexx.com PhD candidate and Space Physics student Rory Gamble submits his PhD thesis ("The January Atmospheric Electron Precipitation Event"); the next day he left New Zealand to take up a research position at the Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory in Finland.
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