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Old Boys' Club
2019 / 20 Officials
Mr. Struan Baptie
President of the Old Boys' Club
After leaving the School in 1992, Struan went on to study Business and Tourism at Edinburgh Napier University, graduating in 1997. Following on from this, Struan worked for Guinness UDV then Diageo in London as Brand Manager for Bells Whisky. Family involvement in property investment and development led to Struan returning from London to work for J&E Shepherd, a Chartered Surveyors in Dundee, in 2001 in order to build up a property portfolio. A little later, he then launched Struan Baptie Property Management in 2011. In his spare time, Struan enjoys working on his family farm and is greatly interested in developing his business interests.
Mr. Dominic Wedderburn
Vice-President of the Old Boys' Club
After leaving the High School in 1991 as the youngest of six Wedderburn siblings to attend the School, Dominic went on to study Economic History and graduated from the University of St Andrews in 1995. Following on from this, Dominic worked for his family's farming and property business in North East Fife and then proceeded to complete a Masters in Land Economy at Aberdeen University, which he graduated from in 1999. He then specialised in the sale of prime country houses and worked for Savills in Edinburgh and Perth for 6 years before relocating to southern France to broker the sale of homes to the international market. Dominic returned to Scotland in 2009 to work for Galbraith, initially in Glasgow and more recently to his native town of Cupar, handling the sale of a wide range of property in Fife, Dundee and Angus. Dominic was part of the 2019 DHS Old Boys' Team that came first in the Cateran Yomp 54-mile challenge. There are currently still three Wedderburn children at the School and Dominic's wife, Diane, works as a French & German Teacher in the Modern Languages Department.
Mr. Andy Walker
Secretary of the Old Boys' Club
Andy left the School in 1989 and went on to study Accountancy at the University of Aberdeen, graduating in 1992. Following his qualification as a Chartered Accountant, he worked for a spell with Deloittes before moving back to Dundee to become a Partner at Walker Dunnett & Co, a local firm of Chartered Accountants and Independent Financial Advisors. He is now the Senior Partner at this practice and as well as taxing and accounting advice, he oversees the financial advice arm of the business. He is also a member at Panmure Golf Club and enjoys spending his spare time with his family.
Mr. Iain Webster
Treasurer of the Old Boys' Club
Throughout his time at the school, Iain was a keen participant in rugby, athletics and the Combined Cadet Force (CCF). Upon leaving in 1978, Iain went on to study Economics and Accountancy at the University of Dundee and latterly the University of Illinois. As well as working for Chartered Accountancy firm William Duncan & Co, and managing their office in Argyll, Iain has also been the Trustee of the Lloyds TSB Foundation Scotland, and the Golden Charter Trust. Further to being Treasurer to the Old Boys' Club, he is also Treasurer to his local church. Outside of work, Iain enjoys playing golf, road cycling and entertaining friends at home.