Honour Roll Inductees
The MLMC Mercy Honour Roll began in 2012 as an initiative of the Old Collegians' Association. The aim of the program is to provide inspiration to our current students and all members of the wider MLMC community. Please find below our wonderful group of inductees — we hope you enjoy reading their remarkable stories.

Dr Elizabeth Farrell AM

Elizabeth is a consultant gynaecologist who is recognised as a leader and expert in women’s health and has made a significant contribution to improving health standards for women all over the world.

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John Reiner Van Gastel

John has had a highly successful career in the arts as a costumier. His work can be seen across film (including Charlotte's Web), television (including Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries) and theatre and dance productions.

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Christine Linden

Christine is a natural leader and has been able to work in a high-profile position at ANZ Bank while also balancing her home commitments and other challenges.

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Kevin Farrelly

Kevin began his service to MLMC 40 years ago at the beginning of its transition from a girls’ primary, secondary and boarding school to the large thriving co-educational College it is today.

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Maria McCarthy

Maria’s extensive involvement in a wide variety of organisations demonstrates the value she places on hard work and her commitment to the local community.

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Rose-Maire Longo

Rosie has excelled in the field of nursing and utilised her skills to both improve the status of Aboriginal health and train other health professionals to do likewise.

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Angela Wood

Angela was nominated for her high level of excellence and integrity in the legal profession, service to her community and the depth of character she showed when diagnosed with breast cancer in early 2013.

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Mark Evans

During his time at MLMC Mark was well known for his drive, enthusiasm, love of work and his professionalism and work ethic.

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Angela Di Giandomenico

Angela was College Captain in 1976. She trained as a teacher at ACU and was a foundation staff member at St Mary’s Mount Evelyn for six years before moving to St Patrick’s in Lilydale.

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