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art__bev_wade.bmpPictured is 3625 Arthur Casebourne Wade (RRMC RMC ’56) with his wife of 50 years (May 4th, 1957) Beverley Ann (nee Walsh). Congratulations from all of us at Panet House.Art is well known for being proud of his roots. Where is he from?

a. Moose Jaw, Sask;
b. Saint John, NB;
c. Winnipgeg, Manitobe; or
d. Medicine Hat, Alberta

Answer d. Medicine Hat, Alberta

For our younger readers, Colonel (ret’d) Art Wade was a stalwart at Panet House for a number of years from the mid 1990s to well past the year 2000. He served with distinction both the Club and the Foundation during some very challenging years. His leadership and vision helped put both organizations on the solid footing that both now enjoy. We miss him!


  • Ron Capern

    September 17, 2007 at 1:58 pm

    Art and Bev: Congratulations (four months and two weeks after the fact – but then, how was I to know?)on a half-Century of marriage. Best wishes for another half-Century.

    Yours aye, Ron

    3506 Ron Capern
    Class (RR ’54 ^ RMC ’56) Secretary

  • Archie & Marcia Beare

    September 17, 2007 at 2:08 pm

    (Belated) congratulations and welcome to the half century married club, you two. We were “inundated’ by family at our 50th at the end of April and have a photo of the 22 of us, the entire clan, to prove it.

  • #3611 Ian M Galbraith

    September 17, 2007 at 6:55 pm

    Dear Bev and Art:

    Let us say, yet again, what a wonderful couple and what great friends you are. You are great role models for you (grown) children and grand children — and, indeed, for your friends. Keep the home fires burning and stay well!


    Margie and Ian Galbraith

  • Jim Hanson

    September 21, 2007 at 5:49 pm

    Belated congratulations, Bev and Art, from rainy Campbell River, BC. It takes a brave woman to marry a Sapper in the first place……

    Jim Hanson

  • alex morrison, G53

    October 23, 2007 at 11:36 am

    During my year at Fort Frontenac from 69 to 70, Art Wade was one of the most popular DS, his conscentious efforts and his sincere attmpts with the “reading/listening tree impressed us all. Bev also played a major role during the year and her extreme politeness and plesantness in talking to and encuraging the students helped make the year the enjoyable experience we all remember.

  • Jack E Milne

    April 17, 2009 at 10:54 am

    Hi – My father-in law is Leslie Casebourne Wade & is the half brother of a Arthur Casebourne Wade who moved to Medicine Hat around 1914. Any relation?

    Hope to hear back