JPC Eagle Summer - page 28

A small matter of his wedding
prevented Daniel Jensen (2001)
from attending the Outstanding
Alumni Awards where he
was a finalist in the Industry/
Professions category. Daniel wed
Kim Stewart at Sirromet Winery
on October 26. Son, Oscar
celebrated with Mum and Dad.
2012 caps off a very successful
year for Daniel, who was recently
named Australasian Subway
Franchisee of the Year.
Congratulations Mr and Mrs
de Vries! It was a match made
in JPC heaven when Nicole
Bryan (2004) married Daniel
de Vries (2002) on August 4
at Lightspace, Fortitude Valley.
Kate Wilkie, nee Bruschweiler
(2004) and Nik Vassilev (2002)
were bridesmaid and best man
respectively while over 30 former
JPC students ensured festivities
continued well into the night.
Nicole and Daniel honeymooned
throughout Europe.
Luke Henderson (1999)
married the gorgeous Alissa
Knutson in Wausau, Wisconsin
on September 13. Luke met
Alissa in Sydney at Red Cross
while giving blood where she
volunteers. Brother, Brett
(2001) was best man and Steve
Mapstone even made a surprise
appearance. The couple have
returned to Sydney to live where
Luke is a consultant with AMP.
Andria Marsden (2004)
became Mrs Andria Hutchinson
when she married Ben at
Graceville Uniting Church on
November 10. The couple met
through mutual friends. Having
just returned from a honeymoon
in China, Andria and Ben have
settled in Ashgrove.
Alumni News
In Case You Missed It….
Champion Sport Saturday
Genevieve LaCaze (2007)
ran a three second PB in her heat of the 3000m
steeplechase at the London Olympics.
Mitch Larkin (2010)
recorded PBs in his heat and semi-final swims
to make it to the Olympic 200m backstroke
final – top eight in the world!
David Ki (2006)
– claimed an Olympic bronze medal with
his South Korean soccer team.
ith verbal jousting on Facebook starting even before the
first whistle, it was always going to be competitive. Games
of netball, touch and soccer involving alumni, parents,
staff and friends of the College were organised as part of Champion
Sport Saturday in July.
And the winners – Netball: the Pavlovas - Kirsten Strudwick, Clare
McMeniman, Keisha Tincknell, Megan Christie, Nathan Strudwick
(guess it helps when you have two former Firebirds in your team!);
Touch: See Ya in the Final - Travis Gaskin, Ollie LaCaze, Elliott
LaCaze, Jarrod Rigby, Jon Michael Stuart, Shaun Stuart, Naomi Quirk,
Ashleigh Poole and Francesca Guterres; Soccer – a controversial win to
the alumni team over the current Open boys.
Team ‘See Ya in The Finals’ went on to win the touch competition
Nathan and Kirsten Strudwick for the Pavlovas
Daniel Jensen and Kim Stewart
Daniel de Vries and Nicole Bryan
Luke Henderson and Alissa Knutson
Ben Hutchinson and Andria Marsden
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