The West Midlands Lieutenancy
Charles Ian Finch-
Lord Aylesford married Margaret Rosemary Tyer (d. 1989), daughter of Major Austin Arnold Tyer, in 1946. They had one son and two daughters. He died in February 2008 aged 89.
Sir Robert Richard Taylor was born in Birmingham on June 14 1932 and educated at
the city's Yardley Grammar School. As an 18-
He was appointed MBE and in June 1973 he retired, starting his career at Birmingham Airport a year later. In the early 1980s he was involved in a motor accident which left him in a wheelchair for the rest of his life; but he never allowed this to inhibit his heavy work schedule or his enthusiasm for life. He was awarded an Honorary LLB by Birmingham University in 1998.
After serving as a Deputy Lieutenant of the West Midlands he was appointed in 1993
to be Lord-
Bob Taylor died on June 7, 2008.
Mr Paul Sabapathy CBE was born in Chennai in India, and moved to theUK in 1964, after
studying at Lawrence School, Lovedale and Madras Christian College. He completed
a Masters Degree from Aston University and qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant
and Chartered Global Management Accountant, becoming a British citizen in 1984. After
He has been Pro-
He was awarded the OBE for services to urban regeneration in 1995. In 2004 he was awarded a CBE for services to business and education in the West Midlands in 2004.
Paul was appointed as the first ever non-
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