20994 Nicole (McNutt-Holland) Schur (RMC ’98) and her husband, 21295 Brad Schur (’98), currently reside in Kingston, Ontario where Nicole has been a licensed Sales Representative for Royal LePage ProAlliance Realty since 2007. She recently retired from the Airforce after 15 years of service as an Aerospace Engineer and is excited to set up permanent roots in the Kingston area. Nicole attended RRMC for one year prior to its closing and graduated from RMC in ’98 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Following her university days, she returned home to Nova Scotia to work with the Sea Kings at 12 AMS Shearwater, followed by a tour in the Sea King Engineering Office at DGAEPM Ottawa. Nicole subsequently graduated from RMC (’04) with a Masters in Applied Science and completed her final tour at CFB Trenton (ATESS), where she worked in the Oil and Vibration Analysis fields. Nicole is thrilled to be working in real estate and is excited to be able to serve the military community in a different capacity. She has high hopes that her appreciation of the military, coupled with her strong organizational and people skills, will allow her to succeed in this new career. Nicole and Brad are both very excited to be permanent Kingston residents (finally!) and look forward to playing an active role in the local RMC / military community where Brad continues to work as the Head Coach of the RMC Women’s Varsity Basketball Program. Nicole and Brad can be reached via email ([email protected]) or direct at 613.532.7355.
Both Nicole and Brad are looking forward to catching up with many classmates and friends at their “10th” Reunion Weekend in just a few weeks!
After leaving Trenton in 1992, 16625 Luc Bernard (CMR RMC ’90) lived in Toronto building a career in film production. Relocating in Vancouver in 2005 with his partner Mark, they quickly embraced West Coast living.
Looking for a new challenge, Luc decided to pursue his passion for the arts and established himself as a full time visual artist. Now represented in various galleries across the Canada, Luc is presently gearing up for upcoming fall exhibits in Calgary and Vancouver.