Borg, Joseph John (12.12.1939-)
Born at Rabat, Malta, Borg received his education at the Archbishop's Seminary in Floriana and then emigrated to Australia where he attended the Swinburne Technical College in Hawthorn, Victoria and the University of Melbourne, Carlton, Victoria. He graduated as Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and he also obtained a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.
Borg is member of the Institute of Engineering of Australia (1981) and he has served as Engineering Services Manager with Tubemakers in the Steel Pipe Industry since 1986. He is life member of the Catholic Walkings Club of Victoria - foundation member, First Secretary, and President of the Maltese Historical Association (Australia) (1995-). He was PRO (1990-92) and President (1992-94) of the Maltese Community Council of Victoria. In 1995 he was nominated member of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John of Jerusalem, Rhodes, and of Malta (Australian Association).
Source: Maltese Biographies of the Twentieth Century (1997), editors Michael J. Schiavone and Louis J. Scerri
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