James Edward LE GRICE, 19511993 (aged 42 years)

Name
James Edward /LE GRICE/
Surname
LE GRICE
Given names
James Edward
Birth April 26, 1951
Occupation
Biochemist

Death of a paternal grandmotherJessie McBAIN
May 13, 1958 (aged 7 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherCharles Edward LE GRICE
December 12, 1959 (aged 8 years)
Address: Auckland Hospital
Burial of a paternal grandfatherCharles Edward LE GRICE
December 16, 1959 (aged 8 years)
Address: Waikumite Cemetery Plot 89
Death October 24, 1993 (aged 42 years)
Address: Mt Multe Brun,Southern Alps
Burial
Family with parents
father
Private
mother
Private
himself
19511993
Birth: April 26, 1951Waiuku, Waikato, Waikato, New Zealand
Death: October 24, 1993Mt Malte Brun, Westland, West Coast, New Zealand
sister
Private
brother
Private
sister
Private
Family with Private
himself
19511993
Birth: April 26, 1951Waiuku, Waikato, Waikato, New Zealand
Death: October 24, 1993Mt Malte Brun, Westland, West Coast, New Zealand
wife
Private
daughter
Private
son
Private
son
Private
Note

James Edward Le Grice was killed on Mt Malte Brun in a climbing accident West Spreydon School Whare Pukapuka

JIM LE GRICE MEMORIAL LIBRARY Our library plays an important part in all our school programmes. The library committee involving several teaching staff and two library-aides ensure the ongoing purchase of up-to-date, attractive and stimulating reading material. Parent help is appreciated to maintain our library as an attractive learning environment. In addition to books, our library has CD-Rom and an Internet Link to enable children to locate and research with adult supervision up to the minute information using the latest technology. All children are scheduled to use the library at least once a week for regular book exchange and developing / practising library skills. If children lose library books parents will be invoiced for there replacement. Parents, please help us by ensuring books are returned regularly. Classes are also scheduled to visit the Spreydon Public Library (Barrington Street) several times throughout the year. Pupils enjoy this valuable community resource centre and the library staff are certainly helpful.