Class Notes September 2023


ALEXANDER ADOLPHE ’22  competed at the World Dragon Boat Championships 2023 in Pattaya, Thailand in August as a member of the Canadian National Team. Across the seven events in which he competed, Alexander won six gold medals and one silver medal. The Canadian National Team won the Nations Cup. Congratulations!


KELLY BAXTER GOLDING ’92 was recently promoted to Partner, Financial Planning & Analysis at TNTP, a New York-based revenue generating non-profit committed to equity in education.

KIM BROOKS ’94 was appointed as Dalhousie University’s 13th president and vice-chancellor in July 2023.

TIM REID ’59 is now living at Belmont House retirement home in Toronto.

ANN SHAW ’16 was named a Member of the Order of Canada this year for her lifelong dedication to figure skating as a participant, official, educator and mentor. Having competed in the World Championships as an athlete, Ann has judged skating at all levels—including two Olympics—and played an influential role in applying the concepts of ice dance to shape the International Skating Union’s judging system. She was inducted into the Skate Canada Hall of Fame in 2010.

STEWART J. SMITH ’12 built a career in social services before and after Trinity. Following completion of a BA (University of Waterloo) and a BSW (York University), he completed a master’s degree in social work (U of T). He earned his MTS from Trinity College in 2012, and his PhD in social work (Wilfrid Laurier University) in 2023. His dissertation was titled “Best Practices for Social Workers Engaging with Spiritual/Religious Clients.”

ALEX WAXMAN ’07 is a senior child protection officer with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, working in Poland with displaced Ukrainian refugees. Previously, Alex was with UNICEF as a Child Protection coordinator in South Sudan, Nigeria, Tanzania, Serbia and Syria.

KATHLEEN WHATMOUGH ’52 lives in Thunder Bay, Ontario and is interested in connecting with other Trinity alumni in the area. Drop us a line at and we’ll be happy to put you in touch!



Our deepest condolences go to the families, friends and classmates of these members of the Trinity community.

AITKEN, Jenifer ’83

MEDCOF, Canon Alice (MDiv ’79, MTS ’90, Hon D.D. ’13)

MITCHELL, Elizabeth Kathleen ’67

MULLEN, Richard ’64

PEERS, The Most Rev’d Michael ‘59, (Hon D.D. ’78 TRIN, Hon D.D. ’87 Wycliffe)

STAVERT, The Most Rev’d Bruce ’54, (MDiv ’76, Hon D.D. ’86)

WESTFALL, William ’68, Trinity College Fellow

WOODYATT, Jessie (Trumper) ’60

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