Reporter 400, 21 April 1997
Dr Noel Gibson died on 18 February 1997
During the War, he worked for the National Agricultural Advisory Service, which had offices on the University campus. He subsequently joined the University staff take a Ph.D. in Applied Entomology.
and remained in the Department of Agriculture (in its various incarnations) until 1980, completing an involvement with the University spanning more than 40 years.
He was a popular teacher and colleague who entered into extracurricular activities, acting in the Staff Dramatic Society in his early days and later participating in Agricultural Society debates.
The term most frequently applied to him after his death was gentleman an expression of those qualities of integrity, courtesy and duty he valued so highly.
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