53 DEVELOPMENT Fund TRUSTEE Ted Garner CA (SA), MBA (Unisa), MSIA (Carnegie Mellon, USA) After attaining his CA,Ted attended Carnegie Mellon University in the United States and Unisa, where he obtained Masters Degrees in Business. The early years of his career were spent owning and managing various small businesses. He then joined The TongaatHulett Group in 1967 and was appointed Financial Director of the Group in 1978. In addition he was Executive Chairman of various operating divisions of the Group andVice Chairman of Triangle Sugar Corporation, in Zimbabwe. During his tenure and under the auspices of the Group,Ted was a director of overseas operations in Luxembourg, Switzerland and London. Locally Ted served as a Director on the SBDC, CBM and NHT of SA. Since his retirement in 2000 Ted has focussed on business consultancy. Kearsney: He attended Kearsney from 1952 to 1953 (Finningley). He served on the Board for 12 years and the Board of the Kearsney College Trustees for 12 years. He chaired both Boards during his tenure. He is an Honorary Life Trustee of the Kearsney Trust. TRUSTEE David Pearse David founded the Bay Union Financial Services Group in 1990 and remains the CEO of the Company. He represented Natal at both rugby and cricket. He is a keen adventurer and at the end of 2010, he achieved his goal of completing extreme foot races on all seven different continents Kearsney: Dave attended Kearsney from 1971 to 1974 (Finningley) together with his two brothers Peter (KCOB 1977) and Mark (KCOB 1982). He was a member of the Board from 2003 to 2007 and Chairman from 2005 to 2007. He was appointed as a Trustee of the College in 2010. TRUSTEE David Polkinghorne B Comm; Rhodes scholar - Oxford University: BA (Hons); PPE (Philosophy, Politics and Economics); MA (Oxon) David returned to Durban with his wife Jane in 1999, after a career with Standard Merchant Bank in Johannesburg and Cape Town, and is currently the MD of Grindrod Bank based in Durban. David is a director of a number of companies (including the Bank’s holding company, Grindrod Limited), is trustee of a number of charitable trusts, and is a member of Grindrod Bank’s Investment Committee. Kearsney: He attended Kearsney from 1978 to 1981 (Gillingham). David was Head Prefect and was an excellent academic and sportsman. His grandfather was one of the 13 Kearsney Founder students in 1921. David’s sons Murray (KCOB 2011) and Robert (KCOB 2013) are 4th generation Kearsney students. David served on the Board and was chairman for three years (2008-2010).