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Trinity News : July 2008
WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The Old Boys enjoy the warmth of Delmar Gallery, along with some well deserved refreshments more overleaf > and expanded internationally into south-east Asia and New Zealand. Married in Las Vegas in 2004 and have a daughter, Sahara. Michael Griffin (’86) owns John Spence Real Estate Blakehurst, is married to Erika and they have one son, Thomas, and a daughter Madeline. Christopher Robinson (’86) is currently teaching at the Prep School. During 2005 was on a teaching exchange programme at Cambridge and during that time married Liz and had their first child, Ben. Now settled back in Sydney since January, 2006 and enjoying Trinity. 80 Old Boys | Nathaniel Fay > see overleaf Simon Goddard (’87) moved to the UK in September 2006 living in Sheffield and working for the university there. A year later left and moved to London where time was spent travelling throughout Europe with partner, Alison. Returning to Australia or going across to the USA is on the cards. 1990s Michael Manikas (’90) was married in the School Chapel by Reverend Sandars in November, 2000. Has completed Bachelor of Building (Construction Economics) and has been a quantity surveyor with WT Partnership, Mirvac Group, and now is an associate with Davis Langdon in North Sydney. Michael is NSW Chapter President and National Councillor for the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, NSW Committee member of BEDP and the Property Council of Australia Sustainable Development Committee and the Green Building Council Marketing Committee. In May, 2006 was awarded the NSW AIQS Chapter President’s Award in recognition of significant contribution to the NSW AIQS Chapter’s development and projects. 90 Nathan Hull (’90) was married in the School OBITUARIES Peter Graham Young (’42) OAM who passed away on the 3rd May, 2008. He was School Captain in 1942 and was a good sportsman, playing in the 1st XI cricket and 1st XV rugby teams. His brothers David and Jim also attended Trinity. Peter was the son of J.A. Young who was a member of School Council and was one who saved the School from closure (see School History). He taught at Trinity from 1947 to 1950 and coached the 1st XV. He was for many years Senior Master at Sydney Grammar School. Alexander Rumiz (’04) sadly killed in a boating accident on Sydney Harbour in late April. Alex entered the School as a Year 7 student and left when he completed Year 10 in 2002. Jonathan Nigro (’06) passed away on Monday, 21st April, 2008. Much-loved son of Dale and Anthony Nigro, brother of Stephen (’05), Donato (Yr 6 Prep School), Jeremy and Gabriel (both in Yr 2 Prep School). In memory of Jonathan the mural which he helped paint in 2005 was displayed in the Quadrangle. TRINITY NEWS 45 Chapel in 1994 to Allison and they are now proud parents to Patrick, born in 1996, who is a cricket lover and a natural at guitar and has been chosen for primary house captain at his school. The family have been living on the Gold Coast since 1999 and are loving it. Nathan works as a technical rep for Clipsal Australia and has built a nice new home. Antony Lo (’92) has completed his Masters of Manual Therapy, is an APA Musculoskeletal 90 To update your information and your details: email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit: www.trinity.nsw.edu.au/oldboys T A O E U C O N S I L I U M U N U M T