List of Riverview Old Ignatians

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This is a list of Riverview Old Ignatians. "Old Ignatians" are alumni of Saint Ignatius' College, Riverview in Sydney, a Roman Catholic school in New South Wales, Australia, run by the Jesuits.

Academia[edit]

Rhodes Scholars[edit]

Ex-Prime Minister Tony Abbott

Business[edit]

  • Isaac Lane, analyst at MetLife
  • John Kaldor - a textiles industrialist and philanthropist who has donated 260 art works worth A$35 million to the Art Gallery of NSW.[2]
  • Andrew Todd (1904–1976) - leading New Zealand businessmen; he also attended Christian Brothers School, Dunedin; member of one of the richest families in New Zealand.[3]
  • Sir Bryan Todd (1902–1987) - leading New Zealand businessmen; he also attended Christian Brothers School, Dunedin; member of one of the richest families in New Zealand.[3]
  • Paul Ramsay AO (1936–2014) - billionaire, founder of Ramsay Health Care, was Australia's 13th richest man, and a significant Australian philanthropist.[4]
  • Robert (Bob) Rose AO, founder with his wife, Margaret Rose AO, of the Rose Group, a property development and management company based in NSW and 146th wealthiest Australian in 2016[5]
  • Oliver Curtis and John Hartman - convicted inside traders [6]
Archbishop Anthony Fisher, in 2003.

Clergy[edit]

Entertainment, media and the arts[edit]

Writers
Stage and screen
Film maker Bob Connolly
Art
Other
NSW Attorney-General, Sir Henry Manning.

Law[edit]

Medicine and science[edit]

Paul Scully-Power, the first Australian-born astronaut
The sciences
  • Paul Scully-Power - First Australian born astronaut - Space Shuttle Challenger 1984
Medicine

Military[edit]

Music[edit]

Politics & Public Service[edit]

Current serving politicians[edit]

Federal[edit]

Barnaby Joyce MP, in 2007

State and / or territory[edit]

Former politicians[edit]

Public service[edit]

Sport[edit]

AFL[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Football[edit]

Rugby Union[edit]

Wallabies[edit]

Other nations representatives[edit]

  • Al McFarland - United States Eagles - (2015–Present)
  • Tom Coolican - United States Eagles - 8 Caps (2014–Present)
  • Matt Mostyn - Ireland Rugby Union Team and NSW Waratahs 1996
  • Paul Kelly - Norway Rugby Team [34]

State/Provincial[edit]

Rugby Sevens[edit]

Touch Football[edit]

  • Andrew Roughan - Portugal 2010[42]

Olympians[edit]

  • Frederick Lane - Australia's first Olympic swimmer, and swimmer Australian swimmer at the Paris Olympics in 1900, he took gold in the 200 metres freestyle and the 200 metres obstacle race.[43]

Other[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ a b Ross Galbreath, Enterprise and energy: the Todd family in New Zealand, Todd, Wellington, 2010, pp. 55 and 90.
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  19. ^ John Kennedy McLaughlin; Flannery, George Ernest (1872–1945); Australian Dictionary of Biography.
  20. ^ John M. Ward; Manning, Sir Henry Edward (1877–1963); Australian Dictionary of Biography
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  43. ^ GP Walsh;Lane, Frederick Claude Vivian (1879–1969); Australian Dictionary of Biography.
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