Gordon Fairweather award continues to support future engineers

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11 May 2018

Tamesa Bachelor of Engineering Technology students’ uniqueness and talent was celebrated at an engineering industry night last night [10 May] with four awards from the Gordon Fairweather Trust Fund.

Tom Lawton, Ryan Johnson, Ashley Watson and Andrew Murton each received a $1500 award from Trustees Executors, which administers the Gordon Fairweather Trust Fund.

(From left) Award recipients Ryan Johnson, Tom Lawton, Ashley Watson, with Sue Addison - Trust Manager of Trustees Executors Limited, Head of Engineering and Architectural Studies Michael Edmonds and Andrew Murton.

The foresight and generosity of Gordon Fairweather and his family has made the scholarship available to assist students in their mechanical and engineering studies since 1975. Fairweather, a marine engineer, was one of the enterprising founders in 1923 of Blackwell Motors.

“The calibre of the successful 2018 Tamesa applicants is high, with each student holding unique experience and personal interests which support their engineering pursuits,” Sue Addison from Trustees Executors said.

L to R: Ryan Johnson, Tom Lawton, Ashley Watson, Sue Addison - Trust Manager | Trustees Executors Limited, Michael Edmonds, Andrew Murton