Trinity College extends its congratulations to the following alumni who were recognised with Queen's Birthday Honours this week.
Officer (AO) in the General Division
David Peter HAWKER (TC 1968): For distinguished service to the Parliament of Australia, to public administration and monetary policy reform, and to the community through local government, health and sporting organisations.
Simon Vincent McKEON (TC 1974): For distinguished service to business and commerce through leadership and advisory roles, and to the community as a supporter of national and international charitable, educational and sporting organisations. (pictured left)
Member (AM) in the General Division
Dr John Rowan BLOGG (TC 1949): For service to veterinary science, particularly in the speciality of ophthalmology, and as an author and mentor.
Tony HYAMS (TC 1965): For service to the superannuation industry through leadership and executive roles, to the financial services sector, to the Parliament of Victoria, and to the community.
Gregory Arthur LEWIN (TC 1971): For service to the profession of chemical engineering through senior roles in the petroleum industry, to business and commerce, and to the professional organisations.
Dr Alfred William SMITH deceased (TC 1963): For service to public administration in Victoria through oversight of major projects, including the relocation of the Melbourne Market, and contributions to public policy in transport and logistics development resulting in the effective delivery of road and rail transport solutions.
Medal (OAM) in the Military Division
Royal Australian Navy
Captain Andrew Willis FYSH RAN (TC 1986): For meritorious service in the fields of Marine Engineering and Engineering Management.
Senior Chaplain Russell Stewart JOYCE RANR (TC 1972): For meritorious service in the field of Chaplaincy in the Royal Australian Navy.