You May Know These 24…But Do You Really Know Them?

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– recently appointed as Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2013.

– first served as a field artillery officer before pursing an academic career; he is a graduate of both the MA (1995) and PhD (2005) War Studies programmes at RMC. His PhD dissertation examined British foreign policy in the context of the World Disarmament Conference and Anglo-French relations between 1932 and 1934; recently appointed as Associate Dean (Curriculum) of Continuing Studies from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2013.

– recently appointed as Head of the Department of Civil Engineering from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2013.

– “I want to show voters I have the experience, energy and renewed confidence to make the difference we need at City Hall. These are the values of strong, active community representation that I championed in my previous attempt at public office in 2007.

– retired from the Canadian Forces in January 2007, after 30 years of service as a tactical helicopter pilot and senior defence analyst; current National Executive Director and Publisher Airforce Magazine.

– Port Morien, Nova Scotia native; did not play varsity in I Year but earned his spot on the roster after toiling for the Gananoque Jr. “B” team for one season.

– “Hell yes we can wear scarlets to Whiskers, let’s go Culv.”

– Global Head of Financial Markets Advisory, Consumer Industries, ABN AMRO Global Clients; Head of European Corporate Consulting, Financial Markets Advisory, ABN AMRO Financial Markets; Director of Capital Management, Automotive/Consumer/Industrial Clients, ABN AMRO Wholesale Client Services.

Né à Beauport, QC; membre du Club de Champlain et ingénieur électrique; employé du HASimons – AMEC pour 24 ans.

Membre de la promotion de 1964; diplômé de l’école secondaire Ste-Cecile; navigateur pour la RCAF; partisan endurci des Dodgers.

Excelle dans les sports de gymnastique et au tennis; s’est taillé une carrière comme pilote; habite à Brossard, QC.

Diplômé de l’école secondaire St-Michael; surnommé “l’humble vieillard” au CMR; a suivi le programme de commerce et est devenu pilote.

– from Calgary Alberta, spent 2 years in the Kings Own Calgary Regiment, Armoured Recce as a private; combat engineer and varsity hockey player set to graduate in 2012.

– from the cottage town of Grand Bend Ontario, had a hockey scholarship to Lake Superior State University before withdrawing and enrolling at RMC; was varsity hockey captain last season and is now doing his masters at Queens University

– graduated from Westsyde Secondary School in Kamloops BC in 2006, played one season for the mens basketball team before he retired to focus on his academics; was CSTO of 12 SQN during his last semester.

– possesses both Polish and Canadian citizenship, graduated from Ecole Internationale de Montreal in 2003 before enrolling at RMC in 2006; was a FYOP CFL.

– grew up in Texas but calls Calgary Alberta her home, graduated with honors from Western Canada High School in 2006; would spend her entire winter skiing in Fernie BC if she could.

Shannon Nudds – holds 2 degrees, graduated from University of Western Ontario in 2007 and finished her masters at RMC in 2009; was a key part of the woman’s varsity soccer teams success in the fall of ’08.

– “The way to get sponsored in snowboarding is to ride your snowboard as much as you can and rule your local mountain (1). The next thing you need to do is enter the contests and get some good results (2). Then approach your local shop and tell them that you would like to ride for their shop and for Burton (3). The shop will then approach me (the representative) to get you sponsored….Remember: Ride every chance you get and rule your local mountain!!”

– “Foggy” as he was affectionately known to his many friends and teammates; wore number 22 for the hockey Redmen; Welland, On native who has ended up at Perth, ON; for the past number of years he has been teaching math at St. John Catholic High School.

– grew up in beautiful Parry Sound ON; as a teenager was an avid cross country skier and runner; once at RMC he focused on his studies as an Electrical Engineer, and graduated as a CELE Officer; he is an avid Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto FC fan, and often will be found taking in a home game.

– born and raised in Ottawa, ON; in his youth he enjoyed competitive downhill skiing; at RMC he completed a degree in Mechanical Engineering and graduated as an ACSO. he currently resides in Winnipeg, where he enjoys driving his sports car, and building on his already substantial record collection.

– hails from Dartmouth, NS; key member of the 12 Sqn Soccer Team, he helped the fledgling Sqn achieve its first ever intra-mural championship; graduated from RMC with an Honours Degree in Space Science; currently living in CFB Borden where he enjoys working out and exploring Southern Ontario in his new car.

– calls  the industrial powerhouse of the Maritime provinces of Canada – Saint John, NB, his home town; very athletic at both RRMC and RMC made a lasting impression on the rugby pitch; did some of his MARS Phase II on the deck of the HMCS Saskatchewan.

15595 Billy Allan (RRMC RMC 1986) – recently appointed as Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2013.

16916 David Varey (RMC 1989) – first served as a field artillery officer before pursing an academic career; he is a graduate of both the MA (1995) and PhD (2005) War Studies programmes at RMC. His PhD dissertation examined British foreign policy in the context of the World Disarmament Conference and Anglo-French relations between 1932 and 1934; recently appointed as Associate Dean (Curriculum) of Continuing Studies from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2013.

15592 Pat Heffernan (RMC 1986) – recently appointed as Head of the Department of Civil Engineering from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2013.

14344 Bruce Poulin ( RMC 1992) – “I want to show voters I have the experience, energy and renewed confidence to make the difference we need at City Hall. These are the values of strong, active community representation that I championed in my previous attempt at public office in 2007.

13077 Dean Black (RMC 1981) – retired from the Canadian Forces in January 2007, after 30 years of service as a tactical helicopter pilot and senior defence analyst; current National Executive Director and Publisher Airforce Magazine.

23873 Andrew McCuish (RMC 2008) – Port Morien, Nova Scotia native; did not play varsity in I Year but earned his spot on the roster after toiling for the Gananoque Jr. “B” team for one season.

16945 Robert Burke (RRMC RMC 1989) – “Hell yes we can wear scarlets to Whiskers, let’s go Culv.”

16835 Robert Boyd (RMC 1989) – Global Head of Financial Markets Advisory, Consumer Industries, ABN AMRO Global Clients; Head of European Corporate Consulting, Financial Markets Advisory, ABN AMRO Financial Markets; Director of Capital Management, Automotive/Consumer/Industrial Clients, ABN AMRO Wholesale Client Services.

5978 Raymond Giroux (CMR RMC 1964) – Né à Beauport, QC; membre du Club de Champlain et ingénieur électrique; employé du HASimons – AMEC pour 24 ans.

6133 Jacques Beaumier (CMR RMC 1964) – Membre de la promotion de 1964; diplômé de l’école secondaire Ste-Cecile; navigateur pour la RCAF; partisan endurci des Dodgers.

6046 Réal Gilbert (CMR RMC 1964) – Excelle dans les sports de gymnastique et au tennis; s’est taillé une carrière comme pilote; habite à Brossard, QC.

6150 André Lemieux (CMR RMC 1964) – Diplômé de l’école secondaire St-Michael; surnommé “l’humble vieillard” au CMR; a suivi le programme de commerce et est devenu pilote.

24992 Eric Robb (RMC 2012) – from Calgary Alberta, spent 2 years in the Kings Own Calgary Regiment, Armoured Recce as a private; combat engineer and varsity hockey player set to graduate in 2012.

24662 Jeff Oke (RMC 2010) – from the cottage town of Grand Bend Ontario, had a hockey scholarship to Lake Superior State University before withdrawing and enrolling at RMC; was varsity hockey captain last season and is now doing his masters at Queens University

24848 Alex Whittaker (RMC 2010) – graduated from Westsyde Secondary School in Kamloops BC in 2006, played one season for the mens basketball team before he retired to focus on his academics; was CSTO of 12 SQN during his last semester.

24630 Arleta Jurek (RMC 2010) – possesses both Polish and Canadian citizenship, graduated from Ecole Internationale de Montreal in 2003 before enrolling at RMC in 2006; was a FYOP CFL.

24633 Caite Keyser (RMC 2010) – grew up in Texas but calls Calgary Alberta her home, graduated with honors from Western Canada High School in 2006; would spend her entire winter skiing in Fernie BC if she could.

Shannon Nudds – holds 2 degrees, graduated from University of Western Ontario in 2007 and finished her masters at RMC in 2009; was a key part of the woman’s varsity soccer teams success in the fall of ’08.

16922 Lance Webb (RMC 1989) – “The way to get sponsored in snowboarding is to ride your snowboard as much as you can and rule your local mountain (1). The next thing you need to do is enter the contests and get some good results (2). Then approach your local shop and tell them that you would like to ride for their shop and for Burton (3). The shop will then approach me (the representative) to get you sponsored….Remember: Ride every chance you get and rule your local mountain!!”

16839 Mark Brouillard – (RMC 1990) – “Foggy” as he was affectionately known to his many friends and teammates; wore number 22 for the hockey Redmen; Welland, On native who has ended up at Perth, ON; for the past number of years he has been teaching math at St. John Catholic High School.

24301 Kevin Doubrough (RMC 2009) – grew up in beautiful Parry Sound ON; as a teenager was an avid cross country skier and runner; once at RMC he focused on his studies as an Electrical Engineer, and graduated as a CELE Officer; he is an avid Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto FC fan, and often will be found taking in a home game.

24421 Brendan Harvey (RMC 2009) – born and raised in Ottawa, ON; in his youth he enjoyed competitive downhill skiing; at RMC he completed a degree in Mechanical Engineering and graduated as an ACSO. he currently resides in Winnipeg, where he enjoys driving his sports car, and building on his already substantial record collection.

24236 Daniel Burke (RMC 2009) – hails from Dartmouth, NS; key member of the 12 Sqn Soccer Team, he helped the fledgling Sqn achieve its first ever intra-mural championship; graduated from RMC with an Honours Degree in Space Science; currently living in CFB Borden where he enjoys working out and exploring Southern Ontario in his new car.

16940 Rick Baxter (RRMC RMC 1989) – calls  the industrial powerhouse of the Maritime provinces of Canada – Saint John, NB, his home town; very athletic at both RRMC and RMC made a lasting impression on the rugby pitch; did some of his MARS Phase II on the deck of the HMCS Saskatchewan.

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