Sad passing away of RTC Member Steven Pueschal

Steve Pueschel, one of our members of Research Tennis Club passed away suddenly last week.

Steve was a valued member, he played Monday night and Thursday night competition and in earlier years he was a part of the Tennis coaching team.

The members who had a chance to meet him would agree with me, he was always a gentleman on and off the court, generous with his time and always had time to speak to you and the kids when he was coaching.

Steve you will be sadly missed.

Our condolences to his family, Lil, Ava and Ryan.

Research Tennis Club
Mike Paterson


Steve Peuschel tragically passed away on the 7th of November after a short battle with cancer.   Please see The Age for details of his “celebration” service.

Steven Peuschel OAM

Appointed executive director May 2015. Member of the Investment Committee.

Steve’s professional career represents over 20 years of experience identifying and coordinating innovative change and education for patients and physicians to improve global lung health outcomes.

Through his personal experiences and passion, Steve has dedicated much of his life to the health sector, helping to raise awareness and understanding of chronic diseases, promoting new developments in medical technology and personally driving fundraising activities for a number of notable charitable organisations. Steve has successfully mobilised financial support for significant healthcare initiatives including the development of the DCD Clinical Lung Transplant Service and the funding models for the Paediatric Lung Transplant Program at Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital.

Managing Director Chapter 5 Consulting Pty Ltd


Medal of the Order of Australia 2012

The Order of Australia is the principal and most prestigious means of recognising outstanding members of the community at a national level and nominations are encouraged from all members of the Australian public.

Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow 2006

The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.


Founder Lilly Foundation

Deputy Chair Consumer Utilities Advocacy Centre (CUAC)

CEO (former) Leadership Plus

Development Manager Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation

Advisory Committee Member Victorian Medicines Advisory Committee (VMAC)

Advisory Committee Member Victorian Hospital Acquired Infection Surveillance System (VICNISS)

Keynote Speaker Royal Children’s Hospital Neonatal Unit Royal Gala Ball 2006

Commonwealth Games Baton Relay 2006

Keynote Speaker Rotary International District Conference of 2004

Founder St Helena Tennis Centre, Melbourne

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