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Ex cadets and RMC staff from about 1971 to 1994 when she retired from RMC will surely remember Mrs Norleen Hope who was a fixture at the college all those years. Norleen also played the organ for many a wedding for young “ex cadets” and their brides along with baby sitting children & dogs and 1001 other things during her spare time in the evenings and on weekends – while being employed as the R&D Clerk at the college orderly room.Norleen dropped by Panet House on her annual visit to RMC. She was on her way to a lunch with some old friends at the Senior Staff Mess. While we reminisced about the “good old days” the names of a number of Ex cadets and staff flooded our conversation. It goes without saying she dearly misses the place. Noreen has been widowed for a number of years now and over the past few months moved from her long time home in Seely’s Bay. She “threw her computer away following the ice storm” from a few years back, therefore, she has been pretty “well out of touch”. Her new coordinates: 104 Michell Lane RR1, Carleton Place, ON K7C 3P1 – 613 253 4163. Old friends are encouraged to make contact (card / phone) with her soon – it would make the day of a lovely lady who loved and gave so much to the college and cadets for so long.

6588 Doctor Stephen J Arnold (RRMC RMC ‘65) is a member of the emeritus faculty of the School of Business at Queen’s University. Since 1974, he has been an Assistant, Associate and Full Professor, School of Business, Queen’s University. In 1965, he earned a B.Sc. Applied Science, Royal Military College and Royal Roads Military College. In 1974, he earned a Ph.D. Marketing, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Toronto. In 1971, he earned a M.B.A. Marketing, Management Science, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Toronto. From 1977 – 1980, he served in the Canadian Armed Forces (Primary Reserve): Acting Commanding Officer. From 1965 -1969, he served in the Canadian Armed Forces: HMCS Saskatchewan, HMCS Columbia, and Canadian Forces School of Administration and Logistics. [email protected]

10810 Jean-Paul Cadieux (RMC ‘75) is a Financial Consultant with KWA Partners, career management services in Ottawa. Jean-Paul has a broad and diverse background in adult education, most recently serving as President and CEO of the Banff School of Advanced Management. He has been the keynote speaker at the Senior Officers’ Symposium of the Canadian Forces School of Management Development for the past decade. Jean-Paul has over 25 years of management and executive experience in the Canadian Forces, the Federal Government, and in the aerospace industry. He is an engineering graduate of the Royal Military College (B.Sc.), McGill University (B.Eng.), Queen’s University (M.Sc.) and holds an MBA (with Distinction) from the Harvard Business School in 1969.  [email protected]
http://www.kwapartners.com/english/offices.php?office=12#bio4

10932 Henry PM D’Auchapt (RMC ‘76) is a vice-president of SCOR Canada Reinsurance, a subsidiary of a global French reinsurer. Henry is also a member of the board of the Friends of Fort York and Garrison Common. He has 25 years of experience in the field, which included a temporary posting in France. A graduate of Royal Military College in 1976 with a degree in International Studies, he served as an officer with the 2nd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, based in
Gagetown, NB. His duties as an infantry platoon commander included a tour of duty with the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus; later he was deputy-commander of a heavy weapons platoon. His last posting was staff officer at the 5th Canadian Brigade-Group HQ in Valcartier, QC. He is interested in cycling and recently completed the Friends for Life Bikerally, cycling from Toronto to Montreal as a fundraiser for the Toronto People with AIDS Foundation.
[email protected]

11915 David Marshall (RRMC RMC ’78) has led the Community Care Access Centres for Eastern Counties since February 2002 as Executive Director. Prior to that he was the Director Service Delivery Systems at the CCAC for the Eastern Counties. He served as the Vice President Corporate Development at Chedoke-McMaster Hospital. Earlier in his career he served in the Canadian Forces Health Services where he worked as both the Chief Information Officer and then the Chief of Finance and Administration to the Surgeon General. He held other positions in the military in hospital administration and professional education. David holds a baccalaureate in Political Science from the Royal Military College of Canada and a Master of Science from the University of British Columbia in Health Services Planning and Administration. He was awarded the Robert Wood Johnson Award as the graduating student most likely to make a noteworthy contribution to the field of health administration through the Canadian College of Health Services Executives in 1990. Recently, David has served as a member of the Provincial Planning Working Group steering the re-alignment of CCACs and as the provincial lead for CCAC engagement in Primary Care.
[email protected]  and http://www.ccacalignment.ca/new/

17918 Ms Stephanie S.A.L. Sieber (Schnorbus) (RMC ‘91) has been a lawyer with McConnan Bion O’Connor & Peterson since completion of her articles and became a principal of the firm in January 2006. Stephanie’s practice is focused on small business, employment, immigration and family law. Stephanie is currently the Vice Chair of the Women Rainmakers Section of the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch as well as a member of the Employment Law Section. She earned a Hons. B.A. (Royal Military College – 1991), LL.B. (Queen’s – 2000), Clerkship at Supreme Court of British Columbia 2000-2001. She was admitted to the BC Bar in 2001. Prior to her legal career, Stephanie served in the Canadian Forces for approximately nine years. During that time she traveled extensively and served as a peacekeeper with
the United Nations in Rwanda. [email protected]

One Comment

  • alex morrison, G53

    January 15, 2008 at 2:36 pm

    Hello Norleen:

    Best wishes in your continued retirement. I remeber fondly our dealings at RMC during my years there as a MS student and then on staff. Cheers