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Trustees of the
KOHIMA Educational Trust

Murray Naylor

Murray Naylor
Murray Naylor

Major General Murray Naylor served for thirty-six years in the British Army. He joined the Scots Guards in 1956 and retired in 1992 having commanded the 2nd Battalion of his regiment 1976 to 1979 and the 2nd Infantry Division from 1987 to 1989. During his service he served in the Oman, Kenya, India, Germany and Northern Ireland.

He became involved with KET on the formation of the charity in 2004 and was its first chairman, an appointment he held for six years, since when he has kept a watching brief on how the scope and activities of KET have developed. He is enthusiastic at the way the charity has taken forward Gordon Graham’s original ideas and is humbled now to be asked to follow him in the appointment of the Trusts’s President.

Murray lives in North Yorkshire, is married to Rosa and spends the last years of his life in happy contemplation, supporting local causes and writing the odd book.



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