CLASS OF 2012
Some members of the Class of 2012 enjoyed a reunion at the Duke of York in Toronto on Friday, Sept. 30. Getting together with Trinity classmates? Let us know (and send us a photo or two)!
JEREMY TREVELYAN BURMAN ’04
Jeremy has been elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association. He is Senior Assistant Professor (UD1) of Theory and History of Psychology at the University of Groningen, in the Netherlands.
ADRIENNE CLARKSON ’60, Trinity Honorary Fellow
On October 1, 2022, the National Institute on Ageing welcomed Adrienne as its new Honorary Chair of its Advisory Board. Read more about her appointment and her advocacy in this recent interview.
THE HON PETER HOWDEN ’62
Since retirement as a Superior Court judge in 2014, Peter has been writing short stories for a local newspaper. He has also written a book, titled Blood and Glass: Leaders of Vision in Medieval England and the Tragic ‘What If’ of Vietnam.
REV. KEITH JOYCE ’82
Keith retired at the end of June 2021, and he and his wife moved to Saint John, New Brunswick, to live near(er)to two of their three children and three of their six grandchildren.
JAMIE KER ’77
As a member of the Green Party of Canada (GPC)’s Policy and Process Development Committee, Jamie helped the GPC ratify more than 60 new policies, bylaws and constitutional amendments for the policy cycle ending in March 2022. Jamie also wrote “Distributed Governance—A Green Model for Politics in Canada,” a brief paper about participatory democracy, one of the six GPC values.
HEATHER McCANCE ’96
In August 2021, Heather took on the role of Director of Pastoral Studies at Montreal Diocesan Theological College, where she teaches, mentors, and coordinates field education in partnership with the other partner schools of the Montreal School of Theology. As of August 2022, she is also the Director for Field Education for the Montreal School of Theology.
SYBIL CALVERLEY RAMPEN ’51
After graduating from Art and Archaeology in 1951, Sybil asked her father if she could use his money in England and so set off on a Dutch freighter, travelling for over two years on a budget of two dollars a day. The grateful daughter shared her adventures with her father through letters and sketches, which she published in 2022 as My Letters From Europe, 1951-1953. She also recently published Pico, A Way of Life, recounting her time on the volcanic island of Pico, and her 10th book of stories with illustrator Tsochoy Go. She welcomes messages from the Trinity community via email@example.com, the art centre she opened in 2008. [Editor’s Note: Read our 2021 alumni-at-large profile of the amazing Sybil here]
LUISA ALVAREZ RESTREPO ’15
Luisa was recently hired as the Manager of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging for ACTRA Toronto. The news was picked up by Playback, Canada’s film industry outlet. The move comes after Luisa was part of WarnerMedia’s first Canadian office, where she launched the Access Festivals initiative, and later expanded it to the U.S. Prior to that, she worked with the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), where she launched the Amplify Voices Award to highlight Canadian and international BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) talent.
LIONEL SMITH ’87
In 2021, Lionel was awarded a higher doctorate by Oxford University, and in 2022 he was appointed to the Downing Professorship of the Laws of England at Cambridge University.
DAVID WORTS ’70
David received a Japanese Imperial decoration from the Government of Japan in August 2021 (The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon) in recognition of his contributions toward strengthening Japan-Canada economic relations over many years in his roles as Executive Director and Corporate Secretary of the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association of Canada, Chair of The Japan Society of Canada, and Project Manager of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in Toronto.
Graham Andrews ’06 and Sarah Norris Andrews (’12, Victoria College) welcomed a daughter, Eleanore Maeve Andrews, on April 22, 2020 in Belleville.
Our deepest condolences go to the families, friends and classmates of these members of the Trinity community.
AYERS: Peter ’67
BALFOUR WHITE: Mary Stuart (Clark) ’46
CARLYLE: James ’92; Trinity Fellow
CHINFEN: Brian ’88
CONNOR: Judith ’66
ERRINGTON: Frances (Smyth) ’50
HALL: Rev. Beverly Anne ’84 (M.Div)
LaPIERRE: Margery (Winn) ’45
LAZIER: Jocelyn “Jolly” (Davis) ’44
LEA: Anthony Carson ’71
MACKENZIE: Sheila (Ambrose Higgins) ’49
McHAFFIE: Ian Gordon ’56
MONK: Charlotte (Chisholm) ’51
PEACOCK: Virginia “Ginny” Rev. Dr. ’78
PEPALL: Ruth Ann (Scott) ’59, Honorary Member of the Corporation of Trinity College
PRINCE: Lorne Leslie ’96 (M.Div)
RAYMOND: David Anthony “Tony” ’58
RICH: Ava ’57
SCHNEIDER: Richard, Divinity faculty member
SEDGWICK: Patricia (Eckardt) ’57
SWAYNE: Rev. Canon Christian ’56
SZÜCS: Margaret (Fitch) ’55
WALMSLEY: Ruth (Linell) ’50
WEATHERILL: J.F.W. “Ted” ’54
WILSON: Robert ’59
ZIMMERMAN: John Rev. (BA ’76, M.Div ’79)
As published in the December 2022 Newsletter.