When I left DBS in 1960, Mr. Lowcock was a young man. Even early in his career, he was an influencing factor in the school. Spending much of his spare time coaching the athletes of the day; he did DBS proud with the many trophies won on the sports field.
At the helm as headmaster for many years, he continued to build DBS into the elite academy it is today, producing well rounded individuals, with many heads of their professions, and leaders of industry, internationally.
With messages of grief from so many countries, it is evident he is well loved, and remembered, through many parts of the world.
He will always be remembered as the fair, passionate man, with high ideals, we can all aspire to.
Fred Lui ( Class '63)