It is whith such sadness that I have to tell you of the sudden death of the Chair of Governors of St Joseph's Catholic Junior school, Mr. Jeremy De Satgé.
Jeremy served our school community for many years, in a voluntary capacity, as a governor and chairman of the governing body.
His three children attended the school. He loved our school and worked so hard on our behalf. All of us who work in the school or who have children in the school owe him thanks. Supported by his love and efforts the school has grown and become successful. His hope was that we would have a wonderful future ahead of us and I know he was delighted that both the Infants' school and the Junior school had decided to federate next year.
Jeremy was a committed Catholic and talented musician. He was a singer and a composer of liturgical music. In January I had the privilege of attending the premier of the Westminster Mass for Boys' Voices at Westminster Cathedral which he had composed. This was a great achievement and very impressive.
Jeremy will be greatly missed. Please remember him and his family in your prayers.
Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord.
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