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Who is Bill Mitchell?
Posted by jofjonesboro
11/17/2008  8:37:00 AM
Someone recently commented to me that he had worked with Bill Mitchell. I can't recall where else I've heard or read that name in association with ballroom.

To the best of anyone's recollection, has he been mentioned or discussed on this forum?



jj
Re: Who is Bill Mitchell?
Posted by A Friend
11/17/2008  11:35:00 AM
Mr. Bill Mitchell (not to be confused w/ Mr. Bob [Robert] Mitchell of Greenville, S.C.) was a much respected and well-known coach from the UK. Along with his wife Silvia, Bill was a World-Class Coach, Championship Adjudicator, B.C. Scrutineer, Examiner, Member (Old Time)and Dual Fellow (Modern-Latin)in the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance (ISTD) Bill coached in London and in East Sussex as well as abroad. Bill himself was coached and trained while a competitor by the legendary Mr. Len Scrivener. Bill was also a personal friend of Mr. Walter (Wally) Laird. Additional information MAY(?) be obtained through the 'Registrar' of the ISTD or through the archives of 'Dancing Times'. His last(known)address was:
Mr. Bill Mitchell
"Seadown"
157 Marine Drive
Rottingdean
East Sussex BN2 8AA
Tel: 011-44-273-302681
Bill died several years ago and will be missed greatly by those who had the privilege of knowing him.

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