Scar­bor­ough High

… because friends matter

Stu­dents

Peter (Bran­den­burg) Rucks

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Peter (Bran­den­burg) Rucks (born 1955) passed away on 31/​12/​2009 after a brave bat­tle with pan­cre­atic can­cer. He was a fun lov­ing, crazy guy who was all about fam­ily. His incred­i­ble sense of humour will be his legacy. Pete was an tal­ented artist and sculp­tor and was a much respected TAFE Arts lec­turer. He left behind his part­ner, Mag­gie and two chil­dren, Jessie-​Claire and Hugo. Pete had two other broth­ers who attended Scar­bor­ough, Cyril (Bran­son) Bran­den­burg and Robert Bran­den­burg. His youngest brother Jay Bran­son did not attend Scar­bor­ough SHS.

Tim Prime

Tim Prime (SSHS 198690) died in 2001 at age 28 with car­diomy­opa­thy whilst wait­ing for a heart trans­plant.

Infor­ma­tion sup­plied by his sis­ter Ruth Slater

Mark Sump­ton

</​></​></​>Mark had passed away in 2003. He was a pretty pop­u­lar guy at school and big into his Surf Life Sav­ing down at the Trigg Island Club. He rowed in a team that won a lot of events in the surf boats. Mark also spent 20 years in the army.</​>

Jim Paris­sis

Jim attended SSHS from 1978 to 1981. He was a cor­po­ral in the school cadet unit and excelled in art and media.
He also had 2 younger sis­ters, Helen and Vicki at Scar­bor­ough. Jim passed away 2 days prior to his 34th birth­day on Decem­ber 12 1998. He was divorced and sur­vived by his 2 chil­dren.

Infor­ma­tion sup­plied by his cousin Mick (Effie) Calatzis

Jeff Con­si­dine

Jeff Con­si­dine (196165) who died of can­cer in March 2009. He was such a renowned archi­tect his obit­u­ary took up two pages in the Aus­tralian Insti­tute of Archi­tects WA Chap­ters March 2009 journal.

Source: www​.archi​tec​ture​.com​.au/​i​-​c​m​s​_​f​i​l​e​?​p​a​g​e​=​3510​/​2009​V​1​T​h​e​A​r​c​h​i​t​e​c​t​.​p​d​f

His fam­ily put together a photo-​bio his life on YouTube at http://​www​.youtube​.com/​w​a​t​c​h​?​v​=​Q​D​T​Y​N​f​w​Z​D

Rod­ney Wilkes

Rod­ney was at SSHS between 196870. He passed away in 1999 after a short bat­tle with can­cer. He was the half brother of Geof­frey Ben­nett who died in the same year.

Infor­ma­tion sup­plied by Vicki Thompson

Mark McPhee

Mark McPhee (I believe at SSHS from 197781) died in a motor vehi­cle acci­dent just before the final open day of SSHS in 1999.

Peter Chaney

Attended SSHS in the late 60s

Peter Chaney and i were good mates , we knocked around together with terry howes(deceased), craig brown (deceased), used to go out get drunk,make fools of our­selves, chase girls, we drifted apart after a few years but i remem­ber those years fondly, had some great times. i hope they are rest­ing in peace, thanks for the mem­o­ries guys.
Phil Mil­ner

Craig Brown

Attended SSHS in the late 60s

Craig was a wild and crazy guy, but he was a good mate to me, pro­tected me from get­ting beat up a few times, was always the leader of our mot­ley gang, peter chaney, terry howes, shane jones and myself, got drunk,chased woman stayed out late but had a ball,craig tended to over do things, drank too much some­times but was gutsy, looked after his mates, lots of happy mem­o­ries Craig, his favorite song was “one kind favour ’ by ‘canned heat”, every time i play that song i think of him. hope he is rest­ing peace­fully but some­how i think he is rais­ing hell some­where? ha ha
the wild mans gone but not for­got­ten!
phil mil­ner

Scott Williams

Scott Williams (SSHS 198083) died in a car acci­dent just before Xmas 1991 at 24 years of age.

Infor­ma­tion sup­plied by Debi Jackson

Terry Howes

Attended SSHS in the late 60s

terry and i were very good mates, looked out for each other,knocked around with each other, fun­ni­est mem­ory was try­ing to sober him up after a very drunk night at Scar­bor­ough beach, we stripped him naked and cov­ered him in sand till he sobered up, many great memories,getting drunk, get­ting into trou­ble, par­ty­ing all night, we had a ball,was very sad to hear of his pass­ing, saw him not long before he died of an ill­ness,.
terry said to me last time i saw him, ‘all i want is a beer in my hand and to sit and watch the sun go down at the beach” he died a few weeks later.
i am sure he is sit­ting on the beach still.…..
happy mem­o­ries of good mate.
Phil Mil­ner