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Trinity News : November 2008
ALUMNI CHINA TOUR During the Junior School China Tour last April the group happened to bump into a couple of Old Boys, Peter Brand (’59) and Geoffrey Brown (’61) who were just rapt to see our Junior School boys. As an Old Boy myself, I had this photo taken with them! Martin Lubrano (’85) WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 1970s Shane Hersey (’71) has been awarded a Ph.D through the University of Western Sydney in April of this year. Thesis title: Endangered by Desire – T.G.H. Strehlow and the Inexplicable Vagaries of Private Passion. Shane teaches media studies at UWS. Mark Facer (’74) currently doing postgraduate study in “Photovoltaic and Renewal Energy Engineering” (solar energy etc) at UNSW. Still living at Eastwood and says it would be great to hear from any Old Boys, especially the Class of 1974. Michael Coote (’75) is currently living in Orange, NSW and working as an agronomist with a fertiliser company. Michael would love to hear from other Old Boys on his email Michael@spraygro.com.au He recently heard from Mark Butler who was Artie Butler’s son, who was Deputy Head in 1972 before relocating to Rockhampton Grammar. 1980s Mark Taylor (’83) was unfortunate to miss the Class of 1983 reunion as he was on Border Patrol in HMAS BUNDABERG on his last days as Commanding Officer. Old Boy Tim Argall (’83) mentioned the function was great, so maybe Mark can make the 30 year reunion. On 17 June handed over command of ARDENT TWO crew and is enjoying three months of Long Service before starting a job at Fleet Headquarters West, HMAS STIRLING in October. 80 Orkun Evren (’85) currently enjoying life on the Gold Coast with three beautiful children. Managing Director of Evren Enterprises Pty Ltd which trades as several entities involved 48 TRINITY NEWS What are you up to? Have you done anything exciting lately? Your fellow class mates love to hear about the achievements and special events that have happened in your life lately. Have you thrown the rock, tied the knot, started a family or had some other great achievement. Please feel free to email me or write and let us all know what you are up to. You can contact me, Steve Heanly, on email@example.com 70 80 in manufacture, import, retail and wholesale of building supplies. One of the largest independent companies in Queensland. Peter Houghton (’86) lives in Melbourne and is married with two children, Essie, three, and Louis four. Works in theatre, film and television as an actor, writer and director. Winner of four Victorian Green Room Awards and six nominations, shortlisted for an AFI Award, affiliate writer at Melbourne Theatre Company and has been a lecturer/ director at Monash University, West Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Feature Film in 2009/10. Spent 2007 in the UK performing and appearing on Newstopia for SBS. Next appearance will be in Endgame for Melbourne International Festival, and Travesties for Sydney Theatre Company. Peter’s play The China Incident will be produced by ABC radio this year and his new stage play will be presented by Malthouse Theatre next year. 1990s Thomas Skansebakken (’90) has been living in Singapore of over seven years with wife of eleven years, Majella. They have a four year old boy (Sorya) adopted from Cambodia and a two year old biological daughter (Solveig). Currently working for FedEx Express in their aircraft conversions department acquiring and converting aircraft from passenger to freighters. 90 Scott Holt (’90) moved to the USA in 1999 and currently living in Los Angeles CA. Working as the Senior Vice-President of Marketing for a global leader in point-of-sale technology. Peter Clay (’90) has worked on breakfast radio, then with the NSW Police Service in the media branch and then moved to Queensland to manage Jamie Dunn and AGRO, the puppet of Cartoon Connection. Back to Sydney after three years and into breakfast radio with 2Day FM and then moving to Channel 5 on cable as producer of the live afternoon request show becoming the production manager of the channel. Now started own freelance production company and back at WSFM radio in the position of breakfast executive producer. Benjamin Goh (’92) is now the Associate M E N T E S T G S