Royston Sidney Dougan, 93, of The Villages formerly of London, England passed away May 10, 2014 at the Villages Hospice House. He attended Latymer School of Education. He served seven years with the British Army with the "Desert Rats". He was a tour director in the Travel industry serving many hotels and destinations the most notable was the King David Hotel, in Israel where he was assistant manager. He and his wife relocated to The Villages in 2005 from London where he enjoyed travelling, music including jazz, gardening and cooking. He was an avid fly fisherman, an amateur painter and played the violin and piano. He is survived by his wife Mary of 39 years, two daughters Tamar Sparrow and Naomoi Atkins, two grandchildren Adam and Mark Stiles.