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The Dennis Howson Memorial Photographic Competition.

Dennis Howson was born in April 1931 in South East London.
In 1949 he joined the Royal Army Education Corps to do his National Service and took a posting in post-war (and pre-wall) Berlin. Dennis’ interest in photography began early and his daughters have two treasured albums of photographs that he took in Berlin, including one of Hitler’s bunker. Berlin was also where Dennis met and married Una Jones in 1952. They returned to London in 1954 where Dennis started his career as a credit insurance underwriter, a highly successful career that lasted 37 years and took both Dennis and Una all over the world. Wherever they went,
Dennis took lots of photographs, which he often had developed as slides and his daughters remember those slideshows very fondly. In 1990, Dennis and Una retired to Launceston and, with the extra time he had to spend on his hobbies, Dennis had a dark room and a photography studio built at Pound Court. Always keen on innovation, Dennis also ventured into the digital world with his collection of cameras and printers. Dennis joined the Launceston Rotary Club soon after they moved there and became president for the year in 1996. Una also got involved and was two times president of the Inner Wheel. Dennis was very proud to be a Rotarian and of the work the club achieved.
The Rotary community shop is a very good example of Dennis’s dedication to the club and its activities. Dennis was always the ‘photographer on duty’ at the Rotary events, including sporting his top hat and tails every year at the Victorian Market. He would have been a keen supporter of the ‘Caught on Camera – Wild Nature” Photography Competition for the young people of Launceston, who he was always eager to encourage, having been a Governor for many years at St Steven’s school.
His daughters are delighted to sponsor the competition in memory of their wonderful father.
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