Congratulations

 

Will Forsythe (94-04)

is planning his assault on the world canoe slalom as he tracks to the Rio 2016 Olympic games. We wish him good luck.

Will Stoddard (04-10)

Is currently working for Elders in Goulburn on a traineeship, which is great news.

Toby Crothers (06-11)

is happily continuing at ADFA and is injured again, some things never change; says his mother – no rugby again this season after badly damaging his shoulder in the first game.

Lewis Crothers (03-08)

Has graduated from RMC Duntroon last year and is posted to the 2nd Cavalry Regiment in Darwin. He is currently doing duty in Afghanistan.

Alex Wallace (97-02)

Alex Wallace (97-02)

Meanwhile Alex Wallace (97-02) is also engaged, to Phoebe Meredith, and will be getting married next year. Alex is the delivery driver in the new Cadbury’s Joyville commercials. He is a marriage therapist by profession, having found that acting doesn’t pay the rent.

Stewart Wallace (95-00)

Stewart Wallace (95-00)

Married Joane Cronin in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland on 13 April. His brother Alex (97-02) was the best man. Apparently a considerable amount of fun was had at Stewart’s bucks party with Adrian Mouton (97-00), Alexander Mendoza (96-00) and Ben Strang (97-02) in Sydney for the party before they left for Ireland. Stewart and Joane are now living back in Sydney having met in South Korea while teaching English.

Ross Ridgway (95-00)

And his wife Amy have a little boy, Edward George, born on 19 March. They are all bound for Singapore to live on in May where Ross has a position in the head office of Traffigura, a leading international commodities trading and logistics company.

Peter McConnell (Jools) (90-95)

According to press reports NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell’s chief of staff
Peter McConnell (Jools) (90-95) has announced he is quitting to take
up a $700,000-a-year job as director of corporate affairs for Woolworths.

Geoff Page (52-57)

Geoff Page (52-57)

Congratulations to Geoff Page (52-57), who delivered the annual Canberra Day Oration at the National Library of Australia on March 12.

Being Canberra’s centenary year it was a particularly auspicious occasion; Geoff’s topic was ‘Canberra: my first forty-nine years in the City of Curves’.

Geoff is a noted poet and lecturer who has written 17 collections of verse.