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The Alexander Morrison Circle

On behalf of our boys – thank you!

The Alexander Morrison Circle was established in 2003 to recognise the generosity of those in the community who have indicated their intention to remember Scotch College in a bequest as part of their charitable intention. Membership is presented to anyone who indicates such a bequest, regardless of the level of financial commitment.Anonymous 30

  • Anonymous 4†
  • Anonymous 1†
  • Anonymous 3
  • Abrecht, Roger G ’47†
  • Addison, Marshall B ’34†
  • Aitken, Jamie M ’63
  • Andrews, Keith S ’40†
  • Ashton, David J ’65
  • Ashton, Peter M ’66
  • Baker, F Harry U ’17†
  • Balderstone, Robert T CMG MC ’39
  • Batty, Alister C ’24†
  • Baughurst, S Bruce ’52
  • Bean, A Victor D ’26†
  • Bellair, John M ’27 & Peg†
  • Bendix, Carl J ’65†
  • Bethell, Ken C B ’37
  • Bisley, Warwick
  • Blackwell, Allan H ’39 †
  • Blackwell, Margaret
  • Boell, Graeme R ’53†
  • Bothroyd, John S ’20†
  • Bowden, H Geoff ’46
  • Boykett, John K H ’48
  • Broadfoot, Eric C ’26†
  • Cann, Ian N ’46
  • Carson, George M ’47†
  • Cassells, Dorothy
  • Christian, Ken L ’38
  • Christie, Laurence H ’34†
  • Chuck, Alan K ’69
  • Cocking, Kelvyn M T ’38†
  • Collins, Rae B F ’36
  • Conabere, Anthony B ’60
  • Cook, Robert M ’47
  • Cooke, B David ’45
  • Copolov, Prof David L ’68
  • Cornell, James G ’22†
  • Cossar, Brian D ’55
  • Cossar, Norman C ’25†
  • Crocker, Clive G ’48†
  • Crook, Peter L
  • Crow, Rev. Archibald P ’38
  • Crow, J Ross ’38†
  • Davidson, Malcolm J
  • De Ravin, John T ’48
  • Dodds, E E†
  • Dowling, Bruce T ’48
  • Earle, David W W ’72
  • Ebell, John C ’25†
  • Elliott, Betty R
  • Fairbairn, James G ’47
  • Fareed, Arif F
  • Feitel, Maurice ’26†
  • Ferres Ian N ’55
  • Field, J C†
  • Field, H S†
  • Field, Kenneth F†
  • Fleming, Allan P OBE CBE’29†
  • Fraser, David H OAM†
  • Freeman, George A ’47
  • Geary, Barry E J ’55†
  • Gibson, James S ’28†
  • Gilchrist, Alan R ’38†
  • Goode, Charles B AC ’56
  • Goudie, Alexander G ’35†
  • Greig, Harry D ’21†
  • Harkness, Peter K ’51
  • Harding, Douglas D L ’42†
  • Healey, Colin O OBE & Margaret†
  • Hey, Peter G ’48†
  • Hooper, Cecil G ’25†
  • Hornidge, J David ’57
  • Howard, Doug & Patricia
  • Hume-Cook, James†
  • Ingram, Robert S ’22†
  • Ingram, William B ’60†
  • Jamieson, Ian A ’48†
  • Johnson, E Dick ’37†
  • Johnston, J Cam CBE ’29†
  • Johnston, T Campbell ’66
  • Jona, The Hon Walter ’44†
  • Jonas, Morris A ’34†
  • Kelso, James C OAM ’47
  • Keon-Cohen, Colin H OBE CMG ’25†
  • Kerr, Walter M ’24†
  • King, John R ’49†
  • King-Smith, Eric A ’42
  • Kollosche, John F OAM ’56
  • Leach, D R & M A
  • Leckie, John B ’38†
  • Ledger, Laurence H ’25†
  • Lithgow, Don J AM ’44†
  • Logie-Smith, Robert G ’60
  • Longmore, Carlisle F 1898†
  • Lord, Peter R ’46
  • Macdonald, Donald Ellis ’41†
  • McDonell, James T ’26†
  • Mackie, Family†
  • Macleish, Donald (Scotty) G ’46
  • Mactier, Ross J O ’57
  • Mactier, William R ’53
  • Maling, Gerald A ’15†
  • Manders, Marcus E ’37
  • Marshall, Pam S
  • Marshall, William T ’55†
  • May, J Kenneth ’43†
  • McClean, R Bruce ’53†
  • McComas, Mary Liz†
  • McComas, Meredith†
  • McDiarmid, Robert S ’31†
  • McDonald, William H ’44
  • McIntosh, Ian R ’50
  • McKee, A Geoff ’37†
  • McKenzie, Derek N ’33†
  • McQueen, Kelman ’43†
  • Meares, Alison E†
  • Mellor, Michael A
  • Mendel, Dr H Bernhard†
  • Moore, Donald G†
  • Morgan, Jane B
  • Morton, Ian H ’50
  • Moss, Francis J ’27†
  • Muir, Sir Laurence MacD ’42†
  • Nairn, Donald J ’25†
  • Nairn, Kathleen C †
  • Nesbitt, Ian R ’65
  • Nichols, C Roy CMG OBE’26†
  • Nicholson, G Harvey ’34†
  • Nilsen, Oliver V A ’26†
  • Nixon, Noel V ’26†
  • Ogilvy, Alexander W ’43†
  • Orton, Lloyd E A ’35†
  • Paton, Geoffrey F ’57
  • Paton, Maxwell S ’26†
  • Patterson, Joseph A ’23†
  • Pilkington, Alan R ’59
  • Pralle, Keith† & Peg ’27
  • Purvis, William A ’47
  • Ramsay, Sir Thomas M CMG ’24†
  • Randall, Brian C ’51
  • Reed, Gillian†
  • Richardson, Harry L & Ruby ’35†
  • Riddell, R James ’29†
  • Roberts, Neil L
  • Robertson, Ian A ’45
  • Robertson, Struan ’16†
  • Robinson, Lance R A ’24†
  • Robinson, Michael B AO ’55
  • Robinson, Sir Arthur KCMG 1887†
  • Roddick, Alan W ’26†
  • Ross, John F ’50
  • Rowe, Brian C ’41
  • Scholes, John F M ’38†
  • Scott, Flora G
  • Scouller, Ernest G ’35†
  • Selby Smith, Prof Christopher ’60†
  • Sherrington, John H ’29†
  • Shrimpton, Molly F†
  • Sides, William L ’63
  • Sim, Michael K ’78
  • Simmie, Roy W ’37†
  • Spencer, Lionel R V ’15†
  • Stewart, Emily Elsie Elizabeth†
  • Stillwell, Michael J ’68
  • Stirling, Alfred T ’18†
  • Strutt, Ward ’31†
  • Sutherland, Ian T AO ’47
  • Symons, Harry S ’51†
  • Tallent, Lindsay A ’43
  • Tapp, A Garth ’39†
  • Thallon, Robert J ’41†
  • Tilley, Roy G ’18†
  • Tingate, John B ’43
  • Tingate, William S ’55
  • Walker, Glenn M ’84
  • Wall, John M OAM ’41†
  • Wallace-Smith, David
  • Watkinson, Alan R
  • Watson, Spencer R & Lorraine ’40
  • Webster,J Stephen ’73 & Alvie C
  • Welch, Frank A ’36†
  • Werner, Don M ’61†
  • Weymouth, P Keith ’44
  • Wickens, Claire†
  • Williams, Geoffrey ’46
  • Wishart, Jack ’15†
  • Wood, Donald M ’30†
  • Woodside, John W ’60
  • Young, David ’36
  • Youren, Colin ’56

† Deceased Bold = New in 2011

An invitation to join EMG

In 2012, on behalf of Scotch the Chairman of the East Melbourne Glen Chapter, Hugh Melville (’42) will invite 170 Old Boys to join the East Melbourne Glen Chapter (EMG).

All these Old Boys will turn 75 during the year, and will become eligible, like all Old Boys reaching the three-quarter century milestone, to join the EMG. All new EMG entrants will receive a formal welcome and will be invited to take a school tour at a new members’ morning tea on 6 March 2012.

EMG event dates for 2012 are:

6 March New Members’ Morning Tea Boarders’ Dining Hall Annexe
27 March Easter Chapel Service & Morning Tea Littlejohn Memorial Chapel & Boarders' Dining Hall
14 June Winter Lunch  
14 December Christmas Lunch  

Old Boys eligible to join the EMG are encouraged to be part of it, and to enjoy the wonderful fellowship of the regular EMG events.If you would like some information about including Scotch College in your estate planning, please contact Ms Fiona Tuck on (03) 9810 4300, by email at fiona.tuck@scotch.vic.edu.au or mail: Scotch Foundation, 1 Morrison Street, Hawthorn VIC 3122.