2015 Queen's Birthday Honours

Trinity College extends its congratulations to the following alumni and friends of Trinity who were recognised with Queen's Birthday Honours this week.

Companion (AC) in the General Division

The Honourable Justice Christopher Murray Maxwell, Melbourne Vic (TC 1971)
“For eminent service to the law and to the judiciary, particularly administrative reform of the appeals process, through contributions to legal education, and as a leading supporter of human rights and civil liberties.”

Officer (AO) in the General Division

Mr Rupert Hordern Myer AM, East Melbourne Vic (TC 1976)
“For distinguished service to the visual and performing arts, through governance roles with leading cultural institutions, as a supporter and benefactor, to the promotion of philanthropy.”

Member (AM) in the General Division

Mr Andrew Michael Cannon, Melbourne Vic (TC 1979)
“For significant service to the community through fundraising and support roles with a range of organisations, and to indigenous youth education.’”

Ms Margot Elizabeth Foster, Port Melbourne Vic (TC 1976)
“For significant service to sports administration and governance, as an elite athlete, and through support for women in sport.”

Associate Professor Robyn Joyce Sloggett, The University of Melbourne Victoria (Friend of Trinity)
“For significant service to the arts in cultural heritage management, and preservation as an academic, conservator and adviser.”

Medal (OAM) in the General Division

Mr Ross William Lanyon, Mildura Vic (TC 1980)
“For service to thoroughbred horse racing, and to the community of Mildura.”

Pictured: Yvette Coppersmith, Rupert Myer 2012. Oil on canvas. Trinity College Art Collection

11 Jun 2015
Category: People