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Trinity News : December 2013
42 TRINITY NEWS MENTESMULTAE C ONSILIUMUNUMTGSOTU 00 60 70 80 90 WHERE ARE THEY NOW? AN OUTSTANDING TRINITARIAN ALUMNI A recent letter from a delighted mother, Mrs Patricia McNamara, filled us in on son William’s (’11) recent athletic achievements. The family witnessed William’s participation in the Australian University Games in Brisbane, producing his fastest time ever for the 400m to win a Gold Medal, as well as a special Green and Gold Medal in recognition of his outstanding achievement at the Games. William is also training hard for the Nationals in February 2014, while his coach suggests that he also works to qualify for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next year. The McNamara family met up with former Trinity Boarder Gerard Holland (’12) who was also representing UNSW at the University Games. Mrs McNamara most graciously thanked the School for its help with William’s athletics and academic education, expressing the hope that the School’s beneficial influence will ultimately flow through William to many other people, whether it be through his running, or his chosen field of medicine, or both. The School appreciates Mrs McNamara’s comments, and we all, particularly our athletic fraternity, wish William continued success. Ron Ogier 1960s Stephen Crozier (’68) has just started a new business producing technology to recycle glass. 1970s Max Bonnell (’79) was the Australian representative at the meeting of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law held in Vienna in September 2013. He continues to work as a partner of King & Wood Mallesons, specialising in international disputes, and to teach as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Sydney. 1980s James Facer (’83) is married to Suzannah and they have one child, Michael Vaughan Tulloch- Facer and living in Brisbane since 1997. Says hello to all old friends at TGS. Love to hear from them sometime. Jonathan Quinn (’83) is now living on the Central Coast with his wife, and working as Practice Manager in a legal and business advisory firm, having started this business with a solicitor friend. Their two children have grown up and have left home. Andrew Pulver (’86) has moved to Amsterdam with his family in August, 2013. Tim Dixon (’87) working in New York with a company called Purpose.com since 2011 – a recent start-up that uses new technologies and social networks to build large scale social movements around big global problems like poverty, climate change, education, human rights, health reform etc. Decided to move to New York after working for six years in politics in Canberra, most recently as the Prime Minister’s economic adviser and speechwriter. He remarks that back in 1987, someone chose a George Bernard Shaw quote for him in the Triangle: He knows nothing, and he thinks he knows everything, and this pointed to a political career – clearly they were spot on! 1990s Steve Oh (’90) married Sunny (Sun Hee) in 1995 in the School Chapel. Worked for several years in schools section of the NSW Public Works Department designing and overseeing new school building projects. Started at the Presbyterian Theological Centre to study Theology fulltime in 2000 and served as a pastor in fulltime ministry at Saesoon Presbyterian Church until 2006. Planted Sydney Living Hope Community Church in 2007, where he is the Senior Minister. Commenced doctoral studies at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 2011. Michael Johnston (’91) has been deployed to Afghanistan with the Marines, 1st Med Battalion and will be returning to the United States in the Fall of 2014. Campbell Gould (’94) works for Unity Advisors, a firm of chartered accountants, specialising in business advisory, tax advisory, superannuation and estate planning services in the capacity of Managing Principal. Campbell is happy to meet with members of the Trinity community and provide assistance where required. Fritz Chan (’96) living in Hong Kong since 2003. Married with two children, Lachlan and Abigail. Fordson Ko (’96) has recently joined J P Morgan in Hong Kong. 2000s John Boustani (’01) after working for Sanofi for five years, has moved from corporate to manufacturing area of the pharmaceutical industry as a Product Quality Specialist for AstraZeneca. Matthew James (’04) has a well-established plumbing company with a large team of experienced plumbers, specialising in all areas of plumbing, including new developments in pipe relining technology, which is a form of trenchless pipe rehabilitation.