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Trinity News : November 2008
WHERE ARE THEY NOW? JAMES GILCHRIST (’30) CELEBRATES HIS 95TH BIRTHDAY! Mrs Gilchrist wrote to the Head Master thanking him for the wonderful letter and plaque, together with the research that had gone into her husband’s school days at Trinity and which they received with his commenting: They were happy days. Jim is in a nursing home so the photo was taken on this special occasion for his birthday. right: James Gilchrist together with Adèle on his birthday L SEBASTIAN HARTFORD-DAVIS CLASS OF 2003 Sebastian was recently appointed as an Associate to the new Chief Justice of the High Court, Robert French. This is the first time one of Piper Alderman’s law clerks has gained an appointment to work with a High Court Justice and the company is delighted that this opportunity has been given to Sebastian. Sebastian joined the firm in October 2006 as one of the first part-time law clerks in Sydney. Since then he has been a valuable asset to the Sydney office and in particular the Dispute Resolution group working with Malcolm Quirey, Simon Morris and myself. He has promoted a commitment to pro-bono work and has been a valuable participant in the firm’s sporting teams. A gifted student from Macquarie University, Sebastian was last year the President of the Macquarie Law Students’ Society and has been a member of the team that has won several mooting competitions at both a national and international level. His appointment commences in early December and we look forward to welcoming him back to the firm in February 2010 as a graduate lawyer. Gordon Grieve Managing Partner | Piper Alderman To update your information and your details: email: email@example.com; or visit: www.trinity.nsw.edu.au/oldboys TRINITY NEWS 49 for the law firm Nyman Gibson Stewart, Darlinghurst. He practises exclusively in criminal law. He is happily married and is a proud father to two boys aged three and one. Leigh Nelson (’98) recently was married to Kimbra and is living in Jannali and working in Alexandria for a freight forwarder. 2000s John Johann Lee (’02) played golf for Jacksonville State University from 2005-2008 90 00 OBITUARIES William (Bill) Robert Beare (1939) OAM passed away on the 23rd July, 2008. Bill was at Trinity for two years 1938 and 1939 and in both of these years was a member of the 1st XV rugby teams and the 1st XI cricket teams. The 1938 rugby team was an outstanding side being CAS Premiers. Bill served in the RAAF during WWII and became Secretary to the NSW Board of Fire Commissioners. Jonathan Frame (2000) Wilson Hogg House who passed away on the 1st January, 2008, aged 25 years. John David Wherrett (1955) who passed away 27th August, 2008 on a full golf scholarship. Has played in Division 1 NCAA Regional Golf Championship. Rory Sidey (’04) is playing professional rugby in Wales and has come up against the likes of Johnny Wilkinson. Another Old Boy Kai Ikeuchi (’04) is off to Japan at the end of the year for 2-4 years to study and play rugby. Chris Katris (’04) is well into his architecture course. O M E U T A U C O N S I L I U M U N U M T