Dr. John MacLeod

20 January, 1935 – 2 September, 2009

Dr. John MacLeod was one of the many exceptional Keil boys who went on to tirelessly and selflessly served his community whilst forging a worldwide reputation for his expertise.

We can be very proud that a fellow old boy was so highly thought of throughout his profession and passions, as the many obituaries (The Herald, The Scotsman, Press and JournalThe BMJ ) in honour of his name testify.

Known to many as “LochMaddy”, Dr. John kept in touch with the Old Boys club, informing us of his invitation to unveil a plaque on Islay in memory of the crew of a crashed Air Ambulance and his conservation work.

More interesting links from Dr. John’s working life and retirement are easily found across the internet.

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