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Trinity News : August 2011
52 TRINITY NEWS 80 70 80 90 ALUMNI DR EDWIN DAVID MCINTOSH (‘72) Dr Edwin David MCINTOSH (’72) has received Queen’s birthday honours for his work as an academic in the area of vaccines and infectious diseases, and also for his commitment to the community through the Glebe Music Festival. WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Newington has had four very happy years at Trinity and always enjoys bumping into old mates from my time on The Boulevarde. The system doesn’t allow me to say I started in Transition – whatever happened to that academic level? Bryan Stevenson (’78) is now settled back in Sydney after travelling the globe. Managing large projects at IBM after doing the Relaxation includes fishing, family, food and Facebook. His partner has a restaurant in Burwood which he helps support by working or eating there. Is also on Facebook and keeps in contact online as well as in person with several Old Boys. Look him up. 1980s Michael McMahon (’80) is currently living in Wagga Wagga and working for the RTA. Enjoys playing his guitars, likes reading SciFi and collecting watches. Spent the last 30 years working and raising four children, but sadly lost his wife to leukaemia three years ago. Wondering what some of the guys are up to and asks them to drop him a line. Rhoderick Rowe (’80) Married Cathy in 1988. They have a beautiful daughter, Kaylea now 14 years. Lived in Blue Mountains, Orange, Griffith and returned to Sydney in 2001. Worked for Telstra 20 years and now works for TX Australia (Artarmon) in the TV Broadcast Industry (RF) for five years. Like to go off to the bush when they can. Hobbies include amateur radio (callsign VK2TTL) which suits when going bush. Kyle Alberts (’81) been in Banking for a number of years. Met wife, Nikki in 1987 and were married in the TGS Chapel 1990 –have no children but three dogs and two cats. Followed Dad Victor (Old Boy ‘54) into printing at Rozelle 1981. Had his own Print Brokerage/ Marketing consultancy for many years, followed by being a manager at Optus. Then joined the CBA’s Institutional Banking section in Account Management and is now a Change Manager in Merchants Acquiring. A member of many Clubs and Associations (including Freemasonry-Lodge Trinitarian). Has a Master’s Degree in Business Management from MGSM. Life’s a great place to be with wife of over 19 years and every day is a pleasure. Mark Taylor (’83) is the Executive Officer of the 46,000 tonne Auxiliary Tanker HMAS Sirius (AO-266), based in WA. He will be in this appointment until the end of 2011. In January 2012 he will celebrate twenty-eight years in the RAN. Ronald Goldsmith (’86) Has spent the last 18 years working in sales. Currently working for ABB Australia as a Product Manager and Project Coordinator. providing solutions for power and automation to the mining, manufacturing and utility sectors. Married in 1997 and has three beautiful children aged 10, 11 and 12 years. Lives in the Swan Valley and enjoys the fabulous lifestyle of WA. Plays ice hockey with the Cockburn Blackhawks and restores and races historic FIATs in his spare time. Andrew Leimroth (’86) Busy running two workshop facilities. One in Berrima, NSW and the other in Manila Philippines. Has three children all getting taller by the day..... Andrew McKinney (’86) Lives in the UAE with wife Stephanie and son Lachlan. Drew Ritchie (’86) Married to Sarah, lives in Sydney. Has three children – Maggie 12, Finn 10, Emerald 7. Works as Corporate Treasurer for Ingram Micro. Jeffrey Walsh (’86) has recently separated after ten years of marriage and is raising three children as a single father. Member of the NSW Fire Brigade since 1993 and holds the rank of senior fire fighter. Sajid Siddiqui (’87) is currently working for News Ltd in Surry Hills in the IT Department as Senior Systems Engineer. Likes driving his VW R32 MK5 on track days around NSW. Passionate about F1 view and supporter of the McLaren racing team, check www.youtube. com/siddiquiau for videos of Sajid’s track day. Martin Jones (’88) was working for some time at the Hamilton Island Resort and recently accepted a position of Deputy Manager at Home Valley Station, outside Kununurra in the Kimberleys. Home Valley is both a high-quality resort and a cattle property of considerable dimensions – can be accessed via internet search! Although professionally managed, it is owned by an Aboriginal Council which works closely with TAFE educational authorities to train young indigenes on the Station in such things as hospitality (Martin’s particular responsibility), diesel maintenance and a wide range of resort, machinery and farming activities. Stephen Hogden (’88) Eloped with Monique on the beach in Fiji in March 2009! Just Monique and him and three staff members from the resort. Followed it up with a big party on their return to Perth. Andrew Martin (’89) for the past six years has been living in Singapore with wife Jasmine and their two children (a boy and a girl). For the last 14 years has been working for the Deutsche Bank as a money market trader and more recently as Treasurer for Singapore. Completed a BA (Hons in History) and M.Com at UNSW. Loves living in Asia and recently built a holiday house in Thailand where Jasmine was born. Best wishes to all his 1989 classmates! Mark Sampson (’89) As of 2011, is the Managing Director of Storm Creative, a graphic and web design company in Surry Hills that was established in 2000. Married to wife Debbie of 11 years with two children, son Kai (born 2005) and daughter Keeli (born 2008). 1990s Adam Hing (’91) married Catherine Hartley at the TGS Chapel on the 7th May, 2011. Many class mates from that year were in attendance, with Matt Chambers (‘91) being the best man and Jason Hing (‘93) being a groomsman. The boys from the Class of 1991 kicked on in style at the Sebel Hotel in the Rocks. Chris Hodge (’91) Has been working within the Security Industry since 1994. Married in 2004 and now has two boys. Marcus Hon (’92) Married Joanne Higginbotham on 2 April 2005 in the ACT. A couple of Old Boys were in attendance: Andrew Lee and Andrew Wong. Has settled down in the ACT and recently became an Associate Director at CB Richard Ellis (Canberra). Is a member of the ACT Corporate Rowing Program, plays touch Rugby at a competitive level and participates in motorsport racing irregularly. Became a father to beautiful Amelia in July 2007. One down, a couple more to go! David Hunt (’92) has spent twelve years in Japan and has three children. He participated in the local festival this year and made history as being the only foreigner to be listed a Kajibo (eight men who lift the float around the city). Antony Lo (’92) is married with three