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Tribute to Allan Sakne
Everyone involved with the British Psychological Society is saddened by the death of Allan Sakne, former Business Manager of the Society. He had been ill for a number of years.
Allan joined the Society in 1974 when it was still occupying leased premises in London and he was instrumental in bringing the Society to Leicester the following year. He oversaw a period of significant growth in income, membership numbers and staff. Allan was also responsible for the development of the Society’s first computerised membership system. He retired in 1999.
Dr Peter Banister, current President of the British Psychological Society paid tribute: “There are many current and former staff, and members of our Society who will have fond memories of Allan’s commitment, kindness and mischievous humour. Our thoughts are with Allan’s wife Jo and his family.”
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