The objective of the Fellowship is focused on communications with and involvement of the College's longest standing supporters. The Fellowship is primarily a 'friend-raising' association to promote fellowship amongst its members and maintain their common interest in the College.
The Fellowship meets for luncheon twice a year in the convivial atmosphere of the Old Collegians' Pavilion at the College. These events are wonderful opportunities for Floreat Semper members to attend Chapel, hear current musical talent, meet some of the senior students at the school, receive an update on College activities and most importantly, to catch up with old friends.
The Fellowship is administered by an Executive Committee whose members include:
Chairman - Peter Wilson (School, 1952-56)
Immediate Past Chairman - John Matthews (School, 1949-53)
Executive Member - Andrew Chong (St John's, 1952-56)
Executive Member - Robin Beckett (Major, 1955-59)
Executive Member - Garth Williams (Marsden, 1955-59)
Executive Member - Tom Sinclair (Peart, 1958-62)
Executive Member - Robert Fisher (Selwyn, 1957-61)
Executive Member - Bruce Chambers (Marsden, 1949-53)
Peter Wilson ONZM
Peter Wilson is the Founder and senior partner in an internationally aligned Auckland accountancy practice and has served as company director and financial advisor in a diverse range of commercial and investment organisations.
Peter Masfen FCIS, FACA
Peter Masfen is known as as one of New Zealand's most astute businessmen.
He consolidated various businesses, land and investments in Collingwood Holdings, which became part of Corporate Investments (CIL). The company eventually changed its name to Montana to reflect its most-prized asset.
Dr Hylton LeGrice CNZM, OBE
Dr Hylton LeGrice received the Insignia of a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to ophthalmology, music and the community. Dr LeGrice has had a long and distinguished career as an eye surgeon, university teacher, healthcare administrator, company director, board member and chair of public and private institutions.
Sir David Tompkins KNZM, QC
Sir David Tompkins studied graduated from the then University of New Zealand with an LLB. He was subsequently a partner in Tompkins Wake in Hamilton, was made a QC, and then served as a High Court Judge in Auckland.
Alister Simpson has long been recognised as a leading equine artist for over three decades. His celebrated art practice has been underpinned by studies in both art and veterinary anatomy in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.