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John Eaton (1949O) | 1931 - 2019

John died on Friday 20th September 2019 in Johannesburg.

John Eaton (1949O) | 1931 - 2019

Michael Owen-Smith reported the following: "It is my sad duty to inform you that John Eaton (1949) passed away peacefully in Johannesburg this morning at the age of 88. I will keep you informed once I have funeral details as there may be Gauteng ODs who would like to pay their respects. He is one of the many multi-talented sportsmen that Bishops had during the post-war era and was also a prefect. He is survived by his daughter, Annabel, son, Mark, and grandchildren Justin and Emma His younger brother, David, who was also a multi-talented sportsman, died in 2012."

John Eaton playing for Bishops against St Andrews. 


Name: John Penfold Eaton
Year and House of Matriculation: 1949 Ogilvie House
Occupation: Businessman
Place of Passing: Sandton Mediclinic, Johannesburg
Date of Passing: Friday 20th September 2019


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