Dr Brian Phillips RIP – CPS 1967

Monday, February 11, 2019

Dr Brian Phillips RIP – CPS 1967 We received the sad news today that Dr Brian Phillips from the class of 1967 passed away back from Acute Myeloid Leukemia in September 2018. Brian led a remarkable life and was involved in doing charity dental work for people in East Timor as well as helping the… Read More 

Victor Consunji RIP – CPS 1968

Friday, February 1, 2019

Requiescat in pace On behalf of the Chevalier College community we express our sincere condolences on the passing of Victor A. Consunji. Victor was a great friend of Chevalier over many years, reflecting his own love of his alma mater. His passing came as a shock, especially as we had only recently visited with him… Read More 

Blencowe Brothers – Book Presentation – November 2017

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

    2/30th BOOK PRESENTATION   Presented to Chevalier College Bowral on behalf of the President and Members of the 2/30th Battalion A.I.F. Association in Memory of NX965 Clyde Herbert Blencowe 3rd November 2017   Books Presented: Gallegan’s Greyhounds Black Jack – by Stan Arneil Splinters Story – by J.P. Walshe The Blue Haze –… Read More 

FR Doug Smith msc (RIP) – CPS 1956

Monday, June 18, 2018

Doug Smith msc RIP – CPS 1956  7th June, 2018 Greetings everyone from Coogee! It is with great sadness that I advise you that our dear confrere Doug Smith passed away this morning. Yesterday Chris McPhee, myself, Peter Carroll and Mark Hans visited him after our Council meeting. By this morning he had deteriorated rapidly…. Read More 

Geordie Williamson (CPS 1999) becomes Royal Society’s Youngest Fellow

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

(Photo James Alcock) Congrats to Professor Geordie Williamson (CPS 1999) on the announcement that he will become the youngest living Fellow of the Royal Society (a UK-based scientific and natural philosophy institution founded in 1660). He joins the tradition of other Royal Society Fellows such as Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking and will be… Read More 

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