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Trinity News : July 2008
ALUMNI participates in motor sport racing irregularly. John Hill (’93) is currently living in South London working as a Web Developer/IT Administrator for a small, but growing gift company. Belgum Boys Physiotherapist and is continuing his studies towards becoming a Specialist Physiotherapist. He worked as one at the Sydney 2000 Olympics and Paralympic Games. He specialises in spine and pelvic pain, headaches (including migraines), pregnancy-related pain, sports injuries and gym-based fitness programmes. Antony has three children, Amie, Daniel and Jacob. Nicholas Gray (’92) is teaching at McDonald Performing Arts High School and enjoying it very much. 90 Marcus Hon (’92) is married to Joanne and they have a beautiful little girl, Amelia, who was born last July. They live in the ACT and Marcus has recently become an Associate Director at CB Richard Ellis (Canberra). Plays touch rugby on a competitive level and CAREERS EXPO | 2008 With a new time and location the Careers Expo has regained momentum. The night was very successful due to the wonderful commitment of our presenters and also the fantastic response from our boys and their parents. With a total of 30 different vocations to choose from, there were plenty of options to obtain first-hand information about these career paths for the future. Quality food, tea and coffee also added to this informative occasion. I would like to thank our presenters for giving up their time for the benefit of our boys. Thank you very much to all who attended. | Stephen Heanly right: Defence Force Careers Promotion Officer Adam Walpole gives information to Nathan Dimarcos (10Du) Tim Hansen (10La) and Alex Horenko (10Sc) 46 TRINITY NEWS Andrew Griffith (’94) is living in Sarasota, Florida (just south of Tampa, on the Gulf Coast). He is married to Kelly with two children, Connor two years old, and Erin, born in March, 2008. Parents Ann and Syd Griffith, together with Andrew’s sister, Kate were to travel to Florida for Erin’s baptism. Recently Andrew played at the Sarasota Cricket Club’s Australia (expats) vs South Africa (expats) match. He was Man of the Match with 6 runs and 2 dismissals, retaining his wicket keeping skills of old TGS days! WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 90 90 Melvyn Bolus (’96) after graduating from mechanical engineering at UTS in 2002 has been working with Sigma Coachair Group as a Project Engineer designing climate control systems for rail transit systems around the world. Latest project was developing the air- conditioning system for UK’s first high speed train – the Javelin, which is due to commence operating in 2009. In 2006 married Fiona McLeod, a sales representative for McPhersons International. The wedding took place at St. Joseph’s Church in Rockdale with the Parish Priest and Fiona’s Uncle, Fr. Frank Bendeich, as the celebrant. Wilbert Zulueta (’98) was A ROSE AMONG THORNS! Long-standing Staff member of Trinity Mr Ron Ogier had an interesting day when he had a visitor call on him at School. The visitor was Mrs Sally Cook, whom Ron taught in his very first class, Grade 4, at Pleasant Street State School, Ballaarat, in 1956! And what of the others in the accompanying picture? Pictured with The Head Master, Ron and Sally, are Trinity teachers who were also taught by Ron when they were students at Trinity. As well, Adam Theobald, who until recently was on the IT staff, was in the last lot of classes taught by Ron before he retired from teaching in 1994. As Ron said when introducing Sally to the Staff at briefing on April 10, he has had at least one attractive student during his teaching career! | Craig Sandwell left to right: Messrs Milton Cujes (’68), Guy Dennis (’77), Peter Gibson (’93), Justin Mok (’97), Mark Hatton-Ward (’80), Ron Ogier, Mrs Sally Cook, Messrs Peter Fox (’93), Andrew Yarad (’92), Martin Lubrano (’85, (kneeling in front) Richard Bishop (’87) the best man and a reception was held at the NSW Golf Club at Botany Bay National Park with a honeymoon starting off at Bintan Island, Indonesia, then onto an adventurous trip that took in Egypt. On March 8, 2008 Fiona gave birth to their first child, Mannix Andrew Bolus, weighing 2.59kgs and 47cm long. Brent Chappelow (’96) and his wife, Vanessa, are to be congratulated on the birth of their daughter, Erika Ava, born on the 6th November, 2007. Erika was christened at the School Chapel on the 17th April, 2008 by the Reverend David Duchesne. Godparents were Ryan Chappelow (’93) and Yvette Macmillan. Erika Ava Chappelow