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Trinity News : July 2008
Peter Saggin (’98) and wife, Amy, on the birth of their Caleb Warren Saggin born on the 18th December 2007. Caleb is grandson of Beverley Saggin, Life Member of the Trinity Connection and great-grandson of Margaret Cave, also Life Member of the Connection and the first Treasurer for ten years. Thomas Jarvis (’98) working at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney as a basic surgical trainee. Peter Phillp (Belgum) (’99) has graduated from Goulbourn Police Academy on the 9th May of this year. Peter has now been stationed at Auburn. His brother, Old Boy, Andrew (’99) who actually left in Year 10 made the surprise return from Edinburgh for the occasion and is intending to remain in Sydney with the family. Shown in the photo is proud mum, Helen Belgum (TGS Staff/Science Dept) with two of her boys. 2000s Matthew Robson (’03) has completed a degree in physical and health education at ACPE. Was National manager for sales, service and training for Paul’s Warehouse until late 2007. Now has had a career change as a sales consultant for new elevator sales for KONE Elevators. With some injury in rugby has taken early retirement and is playing golf regularly and possibly making a comeback to rugby in a coaching role. 90 00 THE HISTORY BOYS For those who’ve seen Alan Bennett’s film or play these blockes are the original “history boys”! For students of long time history Master Max Taylor along with Ninny Park, daughter of James Wilson Hogg and Honorary Old boy of Trinity (do she says!). Most of the men belonged to the best House at Trinity in the late 1940’s / early 50s... that is, School House, which won nearly all the Interhouse competitions in those days. Ninny and the History Boys meet at least once a year at the Taylor Galleries in Summer Hill and then have a long lunch nearby.. The gatherings always mark the regular visits to Australia by Graeme Goodsir who lives with hus family in Mechanisburg, Pennsylvania, USA. | Neil Inall (‘53) rear: John Macpherson, Jim Kildea, Mike Healy, John Wynee Jones, Ninny Park, D. Max Taylor, Manfred MacKenzie, John Williamson, Graham Minre, Alan Cube, Chas Park, Graeme Goodsir. front: Neill Inall, Les “Butch” Martin, George Condoleon, Lindsay “Football” Martyn It was wonderful to see two of our Old Boys, Simon Kelly and Richard Bishop, who played in the First XI together in 1987, being an important part of Trinity Football in 2008 – Simon as Master in Charge and Richard as Coach of the First XI. At the presentation of the scarves to the boys of the 2008 team, the Old Boys could not help bringing out their own scarves, carrying the signs of many an after match function! TRINITY NEWS 47 Weddings 00 Nathaniel Fay (’05) together Alex Dennis (’05) visited another Old Boy of their year Jason Lai who is working in Vancouver as a Bellman at the Pan Pacific Hotel. The three of them are shown in the photo. Nathan Barnier (’05) finished 2007 as lighting director/operator for Luna Park on New Year’s Eve. He was booked as lighting director/operator for a series of concerts and conferences in Macau in April, 2008 and also to work with a UK television company to film the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Also many trips to Melbourne to film the building of a new entertainment venue, as well as the Autosalon Car Show and the Motor Show with national tours around Australia. Lots of travel in 2008! Kaptivate Media is still running and have purchased some new Sony cameras to add to the growing inventory of vision equipment. Currently negotiating some contracts for a series of events in the Whitsundays focusing on corporate clients/events and promotional videos. To update your information and your details: email: email@example.com; or visit: www.trinity.nsw.edu.au/oldboys Adam Constandi (’92) to Kristen at Clyne Reserve, Millers Point. This was followed by a reception at Catalina Restau- rant, Rose Bay. Best man was Old Boy Mark Troy (’92), together with other guests there who were Old Boys also from the Class of 1992, Tony Azrak and Richard Nassar.