DENNIS PARSONS – RAF – 1953*
Originally from Gloucestershire, Dennis Parsons entered the College in September 1933 and was in Handcroft Games House. He was in the 1st football and cricket XI teams and was an outstanding sportsman. He passed the Oxford School Certificate in July 1938. He was appointed Prefect in September 1939. He left in October 1939
to join the Gloucester Constabulary as Clerk until of age to join as a constable.
He joined the RAF during the war but it was whilst serving at RAF Butterworth in Malaya, as it was then known, that he was killed in 1953.
* Included on the Armed Forces Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire