ANZ Retired Officers' Club (VIC)

NEWSLETTER 14th June 2012

Neville Pearson Peter Pritchard John Def Brown
Debbie Jerkovic Ron Adams
18 Browning Drive, 19 Albert Street PO Box 4056 24 Flowerdale Road PO Box 579,
Glen Waverley 3150 East Malvern 3145 Burwood East 3151 Glen Iris 3146 Malvern, 3144
Ph 98020187 Ph 95719406 Ph 98021810 Ph 98857276
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Gary Mason (Ph.95719575)
Eamon Veaney (Ph.94212830)
Joan Nathan (Ph.97408001)
John Stevens (Ph 94396664)



President Neville Pearson welcomed 61 members and partners and our guest speaker Philip Chronican CEO ANZ Australia and Steve Reeves from ANZ.

Secretary Peter Pritchard advised members of the apologies, bereavements and forthcoming meetings. Our newest  member Bernadette Lynch and  our long time member Terry Talbot who flew in from Evandale, Tasmania were attending their first luncheon meeting and those not seen for a while or returning from holidays included Ian Davies, Neil Dawtrey, Ray Gill, Val Goldsworthy, Phil Goodier, Frank Hatfield, Larry James and Keith Witney .It was a pleasure to welcome  several of  the partners of members attending  and this made for a very sociable   luncheon spent in the ANZ Headquarters at 833 Collins Street with widespread views of the city and Yarra . The catering was first class and several of the attendees were also given a guided tour of part of the premises which was greatly appreciated by those present.


Frank Hatfield advised that he had found and handed in to the Security Desk at 833 Collins Street a women’s gold brooch.  If it was lost by one of the members or partners attending the 833 lunch contact me on 98210444 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


Pam Adams, Annette and Graeme Baldwin , Clive and Margaret Bailey, Eric and Wendy Black, Robin Chase, Brian Christensen, Cedric Coxsedge, Col Edwards , George Finnis , Lawrie Foord, Nola Forsyth, David Gibb, Keith Higgs, Ron Horne, Bernadette Hulbert, Doug Imrie, David Jones,  Graeme King, Con La Fauci, Harry Loucas,  Jacqui Luckman, Margaret McPhee, Geoff Meggs ,Kevin Mitchell, Brian Murdoch,  Noelene Noonan, Gordon Paulett, Alan Pearce, Peter Saville, Des Shady, Ivan St Clair, John Stevens, Eamon Veaney, Jackie Waite, Anne Wee, Glenda White,  Julie Wilkins, John Winders.


Holt                            Christopher    (Chris)                        23 years ANZ

Frank                          Wolfgang        (Wolf)                         41 years ANZ

Glover                         F.H.                 (Harry)                       39 years ANZ

Harrison                     Paul                 (Paul)                         43 years ANZ

Joseph                       S.A.                (Sandra)                     19 years ANZ

Lynch                         B.A.                (Bernadette)              36 years ANZ

Mazzeo                      Frank              (Frank)                        41 years ANZ

Tunstall                     Garry              (Garry)                         40 years ANZ

We look forward to seeing Chris, Wolf, Harry, Paul, Sandra, Frank and Garry at one of our meetings. Bernadette was able to attend our meeting at 833 Collins Street.


Ewing                          I.M.                 (Ian)                            11/6/2012        73 years

After a courageous battle with cancer Ian passed away on 11th June.  Ian worked at ANZ for 37 years.  He joined ES&A Bank in Tasmania and later moved to Melbourne to be part of Retail Banking at Como South Yarra. Ian was an avid sailor and participated in several Melbourne to Hobart yacht racing trips. He was a past Commodore of Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron, and held several senior Freemason positions including Master of Sandringham Lodge, Grand Sword Bearer and a long list of other offices.  The funeral was attended by approx 350 people at the Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron with Ian’s prized 34ft ‘Dubois’ Yacht  “Spellbound” displayed outside the windows of the room where the service was held, overlooking the Bay and St Kilda Pier. The ANZROC committee was represented by Neville Pearson and Con La Fauci. There were several ANZ yachting friends including his friend and colleague Ian McCormick in attendance. Our sincere condolences are extended to his widow Margaret and family.


Stanson                       D.F.                 (Frank)                          6/6/2012        59 years

After a difficult  and courageous battle with cancer Frank passed away on 6th June. Frank worked at ANZ for nearly 30 years in the Treasury Dealing area and spent many years in the London and Hong Kong dealing rooms.  Frank's funeral at Templestowe Chapel was standing room only with a huge turnout of family and friends including a large contingent of his ANZ colleagues that included Bob Bell, Dick Chegwin, Mike Elliott, Richard Harding, David Jones, Jim Karabatsos, Peter Norman,, Murray O'Dwyer, Gordon Paulett ,John Phelan, John Ries, Des Shady, Bob Smith, Trevor Stephens, Ivan St.Clair, Rupe Thomas, Roger Thompson, Trevor Walker , Bob Wheeler and John Winders. ANZROC committee was represented by Kevin Mitchell and Eamon Veaney. Frank was a larger than life personality and will be sorely missed by his family and friends. Our sincere condolences are extended to his wife Christine and son Daniel.


Members stood in remembrance of our past members Ian and Frank and our sympathies are extended to family and friends.


Chris Baker attended Kevin Flynn’s funeral on 10th May that was noted in our May newsletter. It was a large gathering of family and many friends from the various groups with which Kevin was associated. Kevin is survived by his wife Cathy (ex ES&A) and his son Michael. Michael delivered the eulogy providing many insights into Kevin's life, including his cricketing prowess as an opening bowler in his younger days.

Cathy and Michael Flynn also wrote to thank members for their condolences and the bereavement notice following the sad passing of Kevin.


Jenny Cooke thought members may be interested and saddened to learn of the passing of Alec Kirkland in February. Alec was Manager Suva Branch and Fiji in the late 1970’s, having been appointed there from New Zealand. He was 81 and had many ANZ friends in Australia and NZ.



The following Honorary members will be enjoying a birthday during June and we pass on congratulations from our members for your birthdays: Les Ager (81), Bill Gardiner (81), Dorothy Jenkins, Jim Martin (90), Ken McNutt (85), Geoff Meggs (84), Ken Munro (81), Ray Murphy (82), Reg Roberts (84), Bob Skipper (86), Roy Sloggett (80), Barry Theobald (88), James Trimble (84), Ern Walton (81), Roger Watkins (81), Kevin Watson (83), Ray Whitehead (86), John Williams (82), Brian Wills (81).


From  1/6/2012

less than $20,000         2.41%

Greater than $20,000   3.09%

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A final reminder that our next luncheon to be held on 12 July, is at the Greensborough RSL. From experience, I can thoroughly recommend the excellent facilities, service and food and we really hope our members, from all over Melbourne and surrounds, will support our first “ANZROC Northern Suburbs Luncheon”



Charles Rennie and a contingent of ANZROC committee were invited to morning tea in the executive suite at ANZ Centre (Docklands) hosted by Mike Smith. The occasion was to congratulate and wish Charles Rennie good health, in the lead up to Charles 100th Birthday in March 2013.

ANZROC committee was represented by Neville Pearson, Kathy Trace, Peter Pritchard, John McPhee and John Vanselow. John Vanselow worked with Charles Rennie when Charles was Managing Director of ANZ in the 1970’s.

We all thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon tea and tour of Mike Smith's office and executive suites. The facilities were very impressive, befitting a bank of ANZ’s standing and very much focused on state of the art communication technology and of course the stunning views



This year’s ANZ Bank Football Club Past Players Day will be held on Saturday 23 June 2012, at our home ground, OVAL 20 ALBERT PARK (Melways: page 2K, G10, Beaurepaire Pavilion).The game is against old rival Powerhouse and although our Club has integrated into the Albert Park Falcons football club, a stroll into the club rooms will indicate that the ANZ Football Club heritage is well entrenched into the club.
As usual the bar will be open from 12.00pm until 2.00pm, whereupon the bar will be closed for the entire senior game according to VAFA rules, but will re-open the very second that the final siren sounds.
We are hoping for a big turnout this year, with a big group of us down there to support the club, and enjoy a few frothies as we catch up with old mates.

Please contact Bill (Jet) Jackson on 9444 6515, Brian Christensen on 9429 9272 or Neville Pearson on 9802 0187 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Our guest speaker was Philip Chronican who is Chief Executive Officer, Australia. Philip oversees the Australian geography and is specifically responsible for the bank's retail and commercial business and customers in Australia, as well as leading ANZ’s retail segment on a global basis.

Philip joined ANZ in November 2009. Prior to this, Philip was Group Executive for Westpac Institutional Bank since 2005 and Chief Financial Officer for Westpac Banking Corporation between 2001 and 2005. Philip had a long career with Westpac Banking Corporation dating back to 1982, which included various roles in retail banking, capital markets, treasury, economics and strategy. Philip holds a Bachelor of Commerce with Honours from the University of Otago in New Zealand and a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from the International Management Institute, Geneva.

Philip spoke about the challenges and opportunities facing ANZ in his area of responsibility in Australia. He outlined the scenarios that his team is working through including the concerns they have with the European banking crisis and the ongoing advantages Australia is enjoying through the Bank’s Asian links. Philip stressed the importance of the cohesion in the ANZ executive team and the benefits resulting from this co-operation and detailed some of the strategies now underway including the emphasis on customer service and further moves towards digital banking.

Members and partners were fortunate to hear Philip speak frankly on ANZ’s operations in Australia and he responded to a number of relevant questions raised by the attendees. Gary Mason proposed the vote of thanks on our behalf in his usual inimitable style.



Bruce Avent emails that he was delighted to receive the Club’s best wishes on the occasion of his 75th Birthday. Things are going well for Bruce and his wife; they hope to get up to Japan later in the year to see their son who is the NAB’s Managing Partner in Japan.  Banking runs in the family as Bruce’s wife’s father, Les Barker (dec’d) was also a Manager with ANZ. His name would ring a bell with a number of ANZROC members.

Darryl Bartlett emails his thanks to Kathy for the timely birthday greetings. (A year into the 70’s already!). The year saw Darryl and wife Ronda continue their sweep of Asia in November returning  to Cambodia, travelling from Siem Reap down Tonle Sap Lake and the Mekong River on an 8 day cruise on a new boat the “Jahan”. There were only 36 passengers with interesting shore excursions and special dinners featuring Cambodian and Vietnamese menus. They moved on to Saigon for several days then to Hanoi with the highlight being 2 nights spent on Ha Long Bay on the “Violet” which only carried 12 passengers but 20 crew, so they were well pampered. A 4 day stopover in Singapore just prior to Christmas, enabled them to see the spectacular decorations along Orchard Rd. Darryl and Ronda then flew into Brisbane to have Christmas with their daughter and family on the Gold Coast. Now that winter is closing in on Melbourne they will be returning to the Gold Coast over June and July to temper the Arthritis.

David Bennie emails thanks for the birthday card and it’s much appreciated. David shares his birthday with his niece and this year she celebrated her 21st so needless to say David’s took the back seat on this occasion. David and wife Mary Anne had a great night shared with family and friends. It’s been a busy and joyous year with the arrival of their 5th grandchild and 2nd granddaughter in January. During the year Mary Anne had her second book published (From Stuffed to Sorted) which is doing very well much to her delight. In July they are travelling overseas to Europe for 8 weeks.

Wendy Black emailed thanks for the birthday wishes from Kathy Trace for her and husband Eric Black in April and May that were greatly appreciated. She says the Club and its 'helpers' are to be congratulated. They are hoping to catch up with friends and colleagues soon.

Anne Blashki writing from Shepparton says thanks for the birthday greetings and mentioned that she finds the newsletters so interesting as it’s quite amazing to read of the level of activities and amount of travelling that our members including her friends and colleagues are enjoying.

Brian Day emailed his sincere thanks for the birthday wishes on the occasion of his 75th. Wow where did all those years go. Brian had an enjoyable evening celebrating with family and friends. He will catch up with colleagues at one of the forthcoming ANZROC functions.

Lindsay Dell emails his thanks for the birthday card which arrived while he was in Canberra celebrating their youngest grandson's first birthday which just happens to be the day after his own.

Nola Forsyth sends her thanks for the birthday card which was a wonderful surprise. She apologises for being unable to attend meetings as she is committed full time to manage her shop in Camberwell as she says at the moment things are very quiet.

Barrie Gibson emails thank you for the card for his birthday. He is still hard at work on a couple of projects but keeps in touch with a number of the ANZ guys from the Collins Street days for lunch. Barrie adds that these are in the best traditions of the Wong Shong Ki Restaurant {Russell Street} but  he was sad  when told  that his friend and colleague Trevor Williams had passed on {Trevor was part of that group going back to 1997}.

Graeme King was an apology for the June meeting as he and his wife were heading off on a tour of the Kimberly’s with Outback Spirit followed by a trip on the Ghan from Darwin to Adelaide.

Ken Lee reports that after 57 years in Essendon it is time for him to move and he will be settling into a Keilor Retirement Village in late July.

Past President Kevin Mitchell and wife Bernice are back from their wonderful Danube 15 day river cruise, boarding at Amsterdam after spending 3 days in Paris sight seeing. Being the first cruise for the summer season with an all Australian 120 passenger list, they had a great time meeting people from every state.  Evergreen was the tour company and they were fantastic leaving nothing to chance both on the ship and on land for the excursions. The food was excellent and the scenery delightful as they  cruised on the “Amadeus Brilliant” through 66 locks, terminating at Budapest, then travelling to Prague by coach for a 3 night stay. Having a new audience who had never heard any of Kevin’s  corny jokes, he was invited to do a stand up Comedy Routine opening proceedings the night the ship staff were to entertain the passengers.  Kevin was passed of as the ships newest recruit and provided with a kitchen hands hat to wear. By the response it seemed to go over well, as for the remainder of trip he had fellow passengers relating their favourite jokes to add to his extensive collection. Europe was great but they were glad to be home. Kevin is now leaving on another holiday, this time with his 2 sons. They fly to Brisbane then boarding a P&O Ship to spend 7 days cruising the Whitsundays returning mid June. Life is tough.

Mike Nickell emailed to acknowledge and thank Kathy and the Committee for his birthday greeting. Another year passed, thankfully with good health and numerous great experiences for Mike and wife Lyn that included a 4 week safari in Africa, 10 days in Cook Is and they recently returned from 5 weeks in US. 8 days were spent hiking the Canyons of Utah & Arizona also Monument Valley then 14 days cruising from San Diego to Florida via Panama. (The kids’ inheritance is diminishing rapidly!)  Time at home was spent helping prepare and plant out a 1600 hazelnut tree grove for their son at Gembrook. A bit of agricultural labouring helps keep the fitness levels up. November 2011 also saw the culmination of a 10 year family research project in collaboration with a 2nd cousin with the publication and launch of a 470 page book about the family's history spanning 400 years. Keeping in touch with fellow retirees every 2nd month at Mulgrave Country club is a priority for the diary and a day he looks forward to.

Peter Nyga emailed to thank ANZROC for the  birthday card, which arrived with the usual impeccable timing – thanks to the efficiency of ANZROC and Australia Post (unlike Egypt’s postal system: some of his  friends are still waiting for postcards Peter  mailed from there two years ago!). To celebrate the family had a great lunch at his place, with all children and grandchildren present – Peter’s youngest daughter even came over from Perth, where she now lives. Time sure is flying: for his next birthday, the Beatles’ hit When I’m 64 will become a reality – unfortunately, he can remember when they released it. Peter is still doing a lot of sailing and has not put the boat into winter storage yet. In late May Peter took out a disabled fellow (legally blind, as well as horrific facial injuries from an industrial accident). In perfect sailing weather it was very rewarding to watch this fellow thoroughly enjoy himself. It was a most joyful occasion.

Moira Oxley emails her thanks for the most recent Newsletter; it has always been a bright spot in our member Peter Oxley’s day when news of old friends and acquaintances could be carefully read and re-read many times over. Unfortunately after Moira had acute hand surgery late last year Peter is now resident in a nursing home in Mount Gambier as the increasing ravages of getting older have taken their toll and it’s certainly not the best way to celebrate 58 years of marriage.

Alan Podger reports that the “BIG 80” Birthday card arrived on the day duly signed by Kathy – and was greatly appreciated. Alan, wife Judith and the family celebrated at the RACV Club on the Saturday night before (with the Essendon/Richmond scores being relayed frequently throughout the night). Alan says he enjoyed playing bowls last summer with a modicum of success and a pennant promotion to Division 3 with MCC Bowls section. Alan and Judith travelled to Noosa for a break last winter together with some family members who drove down from Gladstone for a spot of “catching up”. It is truly a great life – when you don’t weaken.

Charles Rennie emails he was delighted to receive the Birthday greetings and thank all for the great efforts taken to brighten one’s day. Kathy’s takeover of the cards and delivery on THE day has followed John Vanselow’s skills. Charles feels his birthday acknowledgment is very belated but his days are absolutely full with the essential requirements of Doctors, Physios, Dentists and Home Help etc. taking priority.  Of course it takes a great deal longer to do everything and since Charles and his wife were off-loaded on an escalator about 3 years ago their mobility has slowed and the aids have increased.  However, there others much less fortunate for whom Charles has much sympathy. It is a pity that attendance at the regular ANZROC meetings, at least occasionally, has not been practical but he has not given up hope – one could say “better late than never” but the odds of attendance are diminishing. Charles sends his best regards to all ANZROC members.

Barry Rogers emails his thanks to Kathy and the team for his birthday card and Barry appreciated the contact and the effort that is taken to maintain that contact. He is still working and unable to attend meetings, but looks forward to receiving the newsletter and attending the Christmas luncheon with the opportunity to catch up with former colleagues. Both Barry and wife Jill are well and looking forward to a European holiday in July.

Bob Schofield reports that he’s off on his travels again with wife Eva, firstly a bike ride in the USA that sets off on 27th May from Nashville Tennessee for a three week, one thousand mile (1600 km) bike ride to Washington DC. He and a small group of American cycling buddies will traverse the hills of Kentucky before heading northeast from Cincinnati along the Upper Ohio River, almost as far as Pittsburgh, in Pennsylvania. From there they head towards the American capital by way of the venerable Great Allegheny Passage and C&O (Chesapeake & Ohio) Canal trails. He will again be recording his experiences in online journal form, which may be accessed at: Bob has organised all aspects of this trip himself and much background and planning material was uploaded to this site prior to departure from Australia, as a guide to intending riders This may be of interest to anyone seeking an insight into the preparatory aspects of such a ride. He would welcome messages of interest and support from ANZROC (Vic) members and friends by means of the online “Guestbook” accessed by a link at the top of each page of the journal. Then Bob and Eva fly to UK for some touring before visiting families and friends there and in Finland. Some very relaxed R&R in Bangkok is planned for a few days on the way home. Bob is scheduled to return to Australia one day before his birthday and this year will be one of the very few occasions when he can experience first- hand the Club’s famed ability to have a greetings card delivered precisely on the correct date in late July.

Terry Stapleton emails that another good year in Sydney has gone by quickly for him and wife Maureen who are both lucky to enjoy good health and be able to lead generally active lives. Terry is still enjoying tennis once a week with some other older blokes.... and the Wine and Food Society of NSW has his support (feet under the table) for most weekly luncheons. Also during the year Terry joined a Book Discussion Group. He does value the monthly magazine on the web and the news it brings of friends he worked with and their current happenings. Terry sends best wishes to all his fellow members in Victoria.

Sandra Street emails that she was really sorry to hear that Kevin Flynn had died. "Flynny" was a much liked and respected head of International Department at Royal Bank Branch during the glory days in the late 60s/70s. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Norma Thomas writing from Pialba in Queensland says how much she appreciated the good wishes received on the occasion of her birthday.

AND Dick Barry, Diane Carew, Dave Cuddon, Ray Gill, Jack Helisma, Peter Lees, Bernadette Lynch, Susan McCarthy, Graham Morgan, Ray Murphy, David Phelps, Tom Phillips,  Peter Westaway, John White, John Williams, Judy Williams, Peter Williams,




August 23 Cooking Demonstration with Wolf Damschitz at Tooronga Village

September 13 Ballarat visit

October 11 Waltzing Matilda Hotel 856 Heatherton Road Springvale visit

November 8 AGM and farewell for Ron and Pam Adams at East Malvern RSL Club

November 22 Golf tournament at Traralgon




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Conditions: Prices are per person twin share. Prices are correct as at 4 June 2012 but may fluctuate if surcharges, fees, taxes or currency change. Book by 15 October 2012. Offers are not combinable, available on new bookings only and subject to availability. Offers may be withdrawn at any time. Fly Free offers are subject to availability of airline and booking class. Once booking class sold out surcharges apply. Flights must be booked by APT. Non-Refundable deposit of $3,000 per person is due within seven days. Final Payment is due 100 days prior to departure. FLY FREE PAY OWN TAXES: Not inclusive of air taxes to the value of approximately $820 per person. Offer valid on a range of tours departing in April 2013, and on May to September 2013 departures of the UT18VEIS (slight variation to itinerary applies). Flights are in economy class with Air Canada (or an airline of APT’s choosing if unavailable).



Bluey Duguid wins ANZROC  golf comp at Latrobe

The ANZROC golf day at Latrobe attracted 31 players on Monday June 4 and we were extremely lucky to have the best of the weather in the morning. As soon as we completed our round the rain came and poured down steadily all afternoon. Home ground advantage may have played a role but the winner on a count back with 40 points was Latrobe member John Bluey Duguid. The unlucky runner-up was Richard Harding, also a member at Latrobe. Third with 37 points was Jeff Pitt who plays on our neighbouring course at Kew. The two ladies played very well and Noelene Sudholz with 36 points just beat Kathy Trace with 35. Nearest the pins were also won by Bluey, Jeff, Jim Karabatsos and John Graham.

We finished with a very pleasant lunch after an enjoyable game of winter golf.

The report is on the website with photos that would be of interest to all golfers.





To be held on THURSDAY 12th JULY 2012 at the GREENSBOROUGH RSL 111 Main Street Greensborough   Ph:9435 1884

(Melways page 20, K1) Ample parking at rear of RSL and up ramp to level 2

The Greensborough train station is located approx 150 metres East from The Club

The Metropolitan Ring Road finishes two Klm from The RSL Club (at Greensborough Road. Drive South along Greensborough Road and left into Grimshaw Street which runs into the Greensborough shopping centre)

If you are attending this luncheon, we would appreciate if could return the following notice by Tuesday 3rd July 2012:

We are greatly appreciative of Dal Crocker’s (Vice President of Greensborough RSL) assistance in arranging this function together with the support offered by the RSL Club. Having visited this club on several occasions over recent months President Neville can vouch for the quality of the meals, service and friendliness of the staff and believes this is one luncheon you will not want to miss. It is proposed that we meet at the Greensborough RSL around 11.30am to midday with the view to ordering lunch around 12.30 pm. The Greensborough Club provides either a Seniors Luncheon for approx $15.00 per head or you can order from their substantial general menu.

To assist members and partners, we will endeavour to provide transport to and from the venue for those members/partners who do have mobility difficulties. We would also appreciate any assistance members can give in provision of transport should such be required We are pleased to be able to find such a fine location for our first meeting in the Northern area of Melbourne suburbia and we will greatly appreciate our members supporting our endeavours in this regard






Members Name…………………………………………..

Partners Name……………………………………………

I/we will be attending the luncheon:   Yes / No

I am able to assist with transport for members who require assistance:  Yes  /  No

I would appreciate assistance with transport:   Yes / No

This information can be emailed to David and Glen Knuckey at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or posted to David and Glen at PO Box 242 Dingley  3172

Should you wish to telephone, please call David on 95510414 or Neville on  9802 0187

Ron Adams

Newsletter Editor.