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Queen's birthday honours 2021

Well done to the members of the Trinity College community who were recognised with Queen's birthday honours in 2021.

Congrats

Companion in the General Division (AC)

The Most Revd Dr Phillip John ASPINALL (TCTS 1985)
For eminent service to the Anglican Church of Australia, to the development of ecumenical relationships and professional standards, and through commitment to social justice and welfare.

Member in the General Division (AM)

Dr John Christopher DALEY (TC 1985)
For significant service to public policy development, and to the community.

Louise Mary GOURLAY (Fellow)
For significant service to the community through charitable initiatives.

Judge Felicity Pia HAMPEL (former Board and Council member)
For significant service to the judiciary, to legal organisations, and to women.

David Fletcher JONES (TC 1983)
For significant service to the museums and galleries sector, and to the community.

Dr Geoffrey Macdonald KNIGHT (TC 1965)
For significant service to professional dental associations, and to the community.

Peter Godfrey McMULLIN (TC non-res 1971)
For significant service to business, to the law, and to the community.

Prof Emeritus Doreen Anne THOMAS (former Director of Shepherds TCFS)

 For significant service to tertiary engineering education and research, and to women.

Medal in the General Division (OAM)

Andrew Frank GUY (TC 1966)
For service to the community through a range of organisations.

John Richard HARRY (TC 1966)
For service to the community, to rowing, and to the legal profession.

 

 

16/06/2021

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