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Among the passengers boarding in Glendale were Ross Bradder and his wife, Karen, of South Africa.
Across our entire campus, Simpson College has realized greater productivity, improved communications, and higher levels of user satisfaction," said Kelley Bradder, vice president of Information Services at Simpson College.
A large crowd turned out to watch former Boro favourites - including Paul Culpin, Terry Angus, Dave Bennett, Dave Crowley and Gary Bradder - dust off their boots for a match against a side from Dairy Crest.
While the class of 1988, managed by Ron Bradbury, included the names of Gary Bradder, Richard Dixey, Tim Smithers and Paul Olner who became Sheepy Road legends, Roy Dunkley and Chris Partridge are spearheading the new generation of heroes.
When we first saw the Datatel ActiveCampus Portal, we immediately realized it was just what we needed to help tackle our campus-wide communication challenges," said Kelley Bradder, CIO and vice president of information services at Simpson College.
Keogh, who took over from Dave Grundy and Gary Bradder in November 2001, begins his series of testimonial events this evening with a sportsmans dinner at Coles Lane.
Included in his line-up are such well-known names from yesteryear as former captains Terry Angus, Neil Moore, Darren Bullock, Dave Crowley and Gary Bradder while Williams has enticed the likes of Michael Love, Dean Thomas, Richard Lavery, Jamie Lenton and John Symonds in to his squad.
Worcester, who won the cup under John Barton in 2001, are at home against the Royals, who lifted the League Cup under Dave Grundy and Gary Bradder in 1999, on Monday December 8.
Players from yesteryear, including Garry Bradder, Bobby Parker and Andy Rammell, turned out for the game, which attracted a crowd of more than 300.
Brownhills-based Judge, who worked under Dave Grundy and Gary Bradder as well as Keogh, died from a brain tumour at the age of 56.
Manager Matt Cook changed the system and the personnel with experienced Lee Bateman and Gary Bradder recalled and debuts handed to Dave Aslop and Charlie Reardon.
Beatles' fan Gary Bradder, with his son Liam, who is ready to try his hand as a Fab Four guide, after years on the local soccer scene (inset).