Major General Sir Iain (Charles) Mackay-Dick, KCVO 1997; MBE 1981; Clerk to the Trustees and Chief Executive, Morden College, since 1997. Born 24 August 1945, son of John Mackay-Dick and Margaret Edith Mackay-Dick (nee Forty). Married in 1971 to Carolynn Hilary Homes and have three daughters. Educated at St. Edmund's School, Hindhead; Sherborne School; RMAS; Staff College, Camberley (psc, hcsc). Commissioned into the Scots Guards, 1965; served Malaysia, Borneo, Germany, Falkland Islands, Cyprus and UK to 1986; Commandant, Junior Division Staff College, Warminster, 1986-88; Commander 11 Armoured Bde, 1989-91; Dep. Mil. Sec. (A), 1991-92; GOC 1st Armoured Division, Verden, 1992-93; GOC Lower Saxony Dist, Verden, 1993; Comdr British Forces Falkland Islands, 1993-94; GOC London Dist and Major General commanding Household Division, 1994-97. Mem., RUSI, 1979-2006. Hon Col, 256 (City of London) Field Hospital, RAMC(V),2000-2007. Member: South Atlantic Medal Association, Freeman, City of London, 2000. FCMI (FIMgt 1996). Trustee Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel, Pangbourne 2005-. Publication: (contrib.) Central Region versus Out of Area (essays), 1990. Recreations: most sports (represented Army in lawn tennis and squash (Army Squash Champion, 1971)), walking, gardening, military history.