Fenwick CEO, Greg Galloway, and his Fiancée (ex-Fenwick Consultant) Stephanie Genge, got married in Melbourne on March 31st. The sun shone and the steps of St Michael’s church on Collins Street were filled with guests from many parts of Australia and foreign shores, including England, Germany, South Africa and the USA.

Many members of the Fenwick team were on hand to celebrate with Greg and Steph, including the Chairman, Peter Fenwick and his wife Jill.

A number of the guests knew Greg and Steph from their student days at Swinburne University. David Love and Brad Foot joined Greg’s twin brother, Steve, who had flown in from England, to form a trio of groomsmen. Greg, Dave and Brad all completed their degrees at Swinburne, all joined Fenwick as graduate recruits, and have all been friends for ten years. Fenwick’s association with Swinburne continues to this day – a third of Fenwick’s consultants graduated from that University.

Steph’s musical background was, no doubt, responsible for the music filled ceremony and reception. A small group of versatile musicians took us from Handel to Etta James before they handed over to the DJ for the serious dancing. Greg’s love of cricket had a smaller but clever presence. On each table was an old cricket ball; next to it was a single, rolled sheet of music – part of the score for Rachmaninov’s first piano concerto. These items were a subtle reference to the couple’s lives beyond their professional work.

The newlyweds will be relaxing and enjoying the sunshine in Hawaii before returning to their work lives.

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Written By Peter R Hill

Peter has been in the Information Services industry for more than forty years with broad experience covering a number of industries working in both Australia and New Zealand. He holds an MBA from LaTrobe University. For seventeen years Peter headed and was a director of the International Software Benchmarking Standards Group (ISBSG) a not-for-profit organisation with a mission of improving the performance of IT through the provision of project history data. He has served on a number of Boards of IT companies. In 2010 Peter became an non-executive director of Fenwick Software. Peter has been a speaker at conferences in Australia, Asia, Europe, Brazil and the USA.   He has had a number of articles published, covering key aspects of the Information Services industry.  He is a past Chairman, Secretary and Fellow of the Australian Computer Society. He is a member of the Committee of Management of Writers Victoria. Peter has compiled and edited five books, including: "Practical Software Project Estimation"  published by McGraw-Hill. In his leisure time, Peter enjoys motor sport and writing.

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