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Monday, 12 November 2012

Larmour, George Edward

Captain George Edward Larmour
was born on 11th November 1920.  He was educated at Banbridge Academy where he as Head Boy, Hockey Captain and House Captain for Rugby.
In 1938 Larmour joined Northern Bank at Head Office.  Transfers followed to Head Office – Letter Department (1938), Crumlin Road (1941) and Head Office (1942). 

On 8th March 1943 he was ‘Called up on Active Service’ into the Royal Ulster Rifles as a Private.  Promotions followed to Officer Cadet and 2nd Lieutenant with Service Number EC14755.  He also served in the Indian Army.  His final rank was Captain. 
Larmour resumed duties with Northern Bank on 19th June 1947 at Head Office.  Transfers followed to Stationery Department (1948), Hillsborough (1952), Shaftesbury Square (1955), Windsor (1960), Lurgan (1961), Lisburn (1963), Omagh (1965), Lisburn (1968) and Regional Director (1976).

There is an excellent family tribute to Larmour in this link.
The Staff Magazine ‘The Link (Autumn 1975)’ contains a photograph of Larmour. 
The Staff Magazine ‘The Link’ (Summer 1982) records Larmour retiring on 22nd February 1982 as Regional Director.  There is a photograph of him with R C Malseed and H McManus.









Ted Larmour died on 10th August 2016.

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