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Trinity News : April 2008
48 TRINITY NEWS 00 90 80 60 70 Stuart Peffer (’89) is currently working in Munich and in May of last year visited Sydney to attend Government House with his parents when his father, Roger (a former President of TGS Band Parents) was awarded an OAM. Stuart returned again in September of last year with his wife, Louise and son William for a short break and William’s christening at St. Matthew’s West Pymble (their regular Church when living in Sydney). Andrew Simmons (’89) and wife Fiona have a little boy, born on the 5th November, 2007. A brother for Samantha, 3yrs 10months and Madison 2yrs 4 months. The third grandchild for David and Cheryl Simmons (Text Book Hire Assistant Co-ordinator). 1990s Nathan Hull (’90) who married Allison in TGS Chapel in 1994 is now the proud father to Patrick born in 1996 and is a great cricket lover and a natural on guitar. The family moved to the Gold Coast in 1999 and love the lifestyle. Working as a technical rep for Clipsal Australia and have just finished building their new home. Scott Bailey (’90) has been in the Defence Force since 1998 travelling all over the country and recently moving back to Sydney. Married with four children and is hoping to make contact with the School after all these years away. Christian Burden (’93) and wife, Carolyn have just welcomed the birth of a another baby boy, Tyson Ward, born on the 17th January, 2008. A little brother for Riley who will be four in April. Kelvin Jubb (’95) has moved to Inverell and works as a policeman. They have just had their 1960’s Neville Potter (’63) recently retired after thirty-one years working for the Federal Government in the transport sector. 1970’s Roger Randall (’73) finished at Trinity in 1971 and moved to Gove in the Northern Territory, then Darwin and finally to Western Australia, where he was involved in various industries before starting his own business. Roger is now the director and owner of Australian Technical Writing atw.com.au based in Perth. The company provides specialist maintenance and operational technical writing services across Australasia to mining, manufacturing, power generation and processing industries. Mark Facer (’74) lives in Sydney and would be pleased to hear from any other Old Boys, especially from 1974. Craig Digby (’77) served for twenty-five years in the NSW Police Force from 1978 to 2002 until retirement. He now performs Border Security duties at the Sydney Airport with SNP Security as an Airport Screening Officer. Married with three boys and wife is a Sergeant in the NSW Police Force stationed at Campbelltown. Was involved in the Class of 1977 reunion being on the Committee. 1980s Richard Vince (’84) has been working in the IT industry since leaving school. Has held various positions over the years and currently is the Network Operations manager for Photo Corporation of Australia (Pixifoto do the Trinity photos). Married for eighteen years with an eleven-year old son. Had a great time at the 20-year reunion. Mark Niemeyer (’87) is proud to announce the birth of his second daughter, Maddison in November, 2007. Looks like no boys for Trinity from Mark! fourth baby, Henry. Brother Ewen (’93) has had a second child, Alex. Shane Jackson (’95) has been working for AMP in Parramatta since October, 1999. He plays cricket in the Penrith region and representative cricket for the district. 2000s Atticus Cox (’00) has been lecturing second year students in Classical Greek at the University of Sydney while attempting to continue his research for an MPhil. From 2008-2009 plans to move overseas to complete a PhD, preferably at Oxford or Cambridge and after that, who knows! Andrew Costi (’06) is currently studying construction management and property UNSW and also works for a construction firm in Epping. He works for the Boyce Group which does building certification, property development and engineering reports. Eliot Simpson (’06) last November, 2007 received his Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award from Governor Marie Bashir at Government House. He has recently completed an Advanced Diploma in technical production, theatre and events and is now working in technical production in the entertainment industry. ALUMNI WHERE ARE THEY NOW? To update your information and your details: email: email@example.com; or visit: www.trinity.nsw.edu.au/oldboys OBITUARIES Grahame Chipperfield (’55) passed away suddenly last June 2007. He entered Trinity in 1944 and was known by his friends at School and afterwards as “Chip.” At the time of his retirement was employed by Energy Australia. David Crago (’43) in late December, 2007. He entered Trinity in 1934 and in 1943 was School Vice-Captain and Captain of Archer House. He was in the 1st XI in 1942 and the 1st XV in 1941-43. On leaving School he joined the RAAF and at the end of the second world war was a LAC. Don Scott (‘41) passed away in October, 2007. He entered Trinity in 1934 and left in 1941. After leaving Trinity, Don worked with the OTU as Treasurer. Trinity was his only school, which he loved. Eliot Simpson (‘06) and Governor Marie Bashir top: Riley Burden above: Tyson Burden