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Michael Fay (1984)
with his wife
won a world championship at the
2010 UCI Track Cycling Junior World
Championships in Italy.
After working in concreting and
landscaping, Michael’s current
interests are in property development
and investment, having developed
a shopping centre recently, with a
17-block subdivision in the pipeline for
this year. He is an active member of the
ACT cycling community, and is a board
member of the Bendigo Community
Bank franchise in Bungendore and
Michal Szalinski (1990)
With his family,
he has recently
work; they are
away from the
big smog. “Kind
of like Canberra
but bigger,” he
says. His email
Hany Dimitri (1990) on his marriage to Rhiannon Oakley, 15 May 2011
Patrick Brammall (1993) on his role in the much praised Australian film Griff The
Ross Townsend (1980) whose portrait of Laurie Daley was short-listed for this year’s
Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, valued at $150 000
Gene Schirripa and fellow students for Vol 3, Issue 1 of M magazine.
Damon Smith (2000) on his engagement to Alicia Gardner in March.
Michael Stinziani (1983) and his wife Liz on the birth of their son David in May.
Phil Craven (1998) on his engagement to Lara Malone; both are working in London.
Jared Smith (2008) who was married in April. A large group of his classmates were
in attendance including Tom Hallisey who was best man.
Andrew Hackwill and Jonathan Flack (both 1988) on the success of Sanger Hill
which ran for a week in April at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre. Andrew wrote the songs
and music; Jonathan was in one of the lead roles.
Hew Sandison (2010) one of five young finalists in a competition celebrating the 50th
anniversary of the OECD. He will join the other four finalists (India, Colombia, Ukraine
and Peru) in Paris to present their three-minute video on the topic of Progress. Hew’s
video can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGWqvV1x3Rc
Patrick Mills (2006) who won the Gaze medal as Australia’s International Player of
the Year for the second time in 2010.
John Paul Janke (1985) who will serve a three-year term on the ACT Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander Elected Body representing the interests of the local Indigenous
Anthony Hegarty (2005), Josh Dugan (Yr 10 2006) on selection in the ACT
Brumbies and NSW Origin teams respectively.
Alan Fitzgerald, father of Dominic
(1981) and Julian (1985).
Ivan Crnjac, father of Frank (1987)
and Tony (1993).
Patricia Ann Weber, mother of Mark
(1980), Graham (1981), Michael (1983)
and Paul (1992)
Evelyn Swinnerton, former teacher in
the Languages department, mother of
Barbara Holyland, mother of David
(1980), Steven (1982), Michael (1984),
grandmother of Dale (2008), Matthew
(2008), Brendan (Yr 12), Jay (Yr 10),
Harry (Yr 5), Jack (Yr 4)
Mick Kennedy, manager of College grounds and facilities who is undergoing
treatment for cancer.
Marshall McMahon, (Br Joseph) who is seriously ill in hospital.
Carmel Dunn, mother of Damien
(1976). Carmel was one of the group
of mothers who helped to care for the
early Brothers while the monastery was
Valerie Hawke, mother of Geoff
(1975), Grandmother of Brendan Russell
(2007), Kieran Russell (Year 11), Jamie
Hawke (Year 9).
Maureen Sullivan, mother of Rick
Smith (1993), and David (2002),
Matthew (2004) and Liam Sullivan
(2007); mother-in-law of Andy Willcox
Jack Quoyle, father of Chris (1975)
Rest in Peace
Please pray for
FouNDATIoN GoLF DAY
It was encouraging to see a large
contingent of ex-students participate in
the golf day (see report on page 5). The
29 teams included Grant Slater (1981),
Michael Harkins (2004), Nick Brady
(2006), Scott Ellis (1991), Corey Ryan
(2008), Jason Ryan (peer year 1992),
Geoff Reis (1988), Patrick Fox (1992),
Michael Snare (1989), Jack Harris
(2001), Andrew Curran (2004), Dale
Puren (2004), Greg Brearley (1985), Neil
Robertson (1985), Scott Hendy (1999),
Liam Wilson (1999), Jack Mason (2008),
Ben de Carvalho (2006), Phil O’Brien
(1985) and Nathan Minerds (1991).
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