Who’s Who?

Match up the photo with the clue:

Had a distinguished career with the Canadian Air Force, culminating in a two-year term as Commander;

Former member of Otter Squadron;

Greatly missed by the rugby team;

Was a member of 4 Squadron for 2 years, followed by a 2 year stint with 6 Squadron;

Announced at the 2007 Legacy Dinner that Danny McLeod was chosen as the 2007 Recipient – Air Commodore Leonard Birchall Leadership Award.

Has strong connection with a Red Cross Field Worker;

Currently Navy Log;

Past President & BoD, REAL PROPERTY INSTITUTE OF CANADA;

Presented a donation of $10,000 from the Toronto Branch to the RMC Club Foundation at the 2009 Legacy Dinner in Kingston.

Completed a Master of Science degree in Aerodynamics at Cranfield Institute of Technology in the UK.

Gave eulogy at funeral and participated in the Garry “Sky” King Memorial Golf Tournament;

Swims everyday, sails twice a week, volunteers in four bands, bikes when he can, and wakes up to push ups every morning;

Father was also a member of the Old Brigade, and his son is a II Year;

A ministry leader in the Diocese of Ontario;

Born in the town of Farnham in Surrey, England;

A former football & basketball Redman; member of the Rep. T&F and volleyball teams;

Always on send;

Go Eng Girl volunteer;

Trentonian, II year, Pontiac squadron;

Left the B&B nest;

Is a former professor of mechanical engineering and likes to pilot an aircraft;

Lecturer in Civil Engineering;

Former Base Surgeon CFB Moose Jaw – 1989-1991; and

Is the co-founder of three hi-tech start-ups.

Answers:

Scott Clements, had a distinguished career with the Canadian Air Force, culminating in a two-year term as Commander;

Barbara Maisonneuve, former member of Otter Squadron;

Gavin Wynot, greatly missed by the rugby team;

Sandra Price, was a member of 4 Squadron for 2 years, followed by a 2 year stint with 6 Squadron;

Gord Clarke, announced at the 2007 Legacy Dinner that Danny McLeod was chosen as the 2007 Recipient – Air Commodore Leonard Birchall Leadership Award.

Colette Laliberté, has strong connection with a Red Cross Field Worker;

Christina Zhang, currently Navy Log;

Remmelt Westland, Past President & BoD, REAL PROPERTY INSTITUTE OF CANADA;

Michael Gainer, presented a donation of $10,000 from the Toronto Branch to the RMC Club Foundation at the 2009 Legacy Dinner in Kingston.

Francois Pion, completed a Master of Science degree in Aerodynamics at Cranfield Institute of Technology in the UK.

Don Williams, gave eulogy at funeral and participated in the Garry “Sky” King Memorial Golf Tournament;

Don Currie, swims everyday, sails twice a week, volunteers in four bands, bikes when he can, and wakes up to push ups every morning;

Dennis Apedaile, father was also a member of the Old Brigade, and his son is a II Year;

Canon Chris Carr, a ministry leader in the Diocese of Ontario;

Barry Winfield, Born in the town of Farnham in Surrey, England;

Al Barden, a former football & basketball Redman; member of the Rep. T&F and volleyball teams;

Gabor “Smokey” Somogyvari, Always on send;

Samantha Wall, Go Eng Girl volunteer;

Katelynn Hodges, Trentonian, II year, Pontiac squadron member;

Anthony Truelove, left the B&B nest;

Pierre BussièresIs, a former professor of mechanical engineering and likes to pilot an aircraft;

Matthew Arndt, Lecturer in Civil Engineering;

Robert Banks, former Base Surgeon CFB Moose Jaw – 1989-1991;

J Paul Hession,  the co-founder of three hi-tech start-ups.