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

Match up the photo with the clue:

Saint John, N.B. native; according to Facebook – in the minds of many, the best professor to ever grace the halls of Sawyer building.

played Ball Hockey for 1 Sqn; guest of the Ottawa Branch at the 2008 Legacy Dinner; his Squadron won the commandants inspection when he was CSL.

past driving force behind (w) rugby at RMC; what she does and what she likes doing are different things.

former hockey Paladin with arguably the hardest slap-shot on the team; hit opposing players as hard as he shot the puck.

had 10 great years in Kingston; working on his own bid at finishing the 2010 Ironman USA in Lake Placid NY; already completed (2010) Winterman Half Marathon & St. Patty’s Day 5K.

team captain & rugby player; has written articles for e-Veritas; FYOP CFL for 3 Sqn.; Honours English student and recently switched her MOC from MARS officer.

started CMC as RETP; mountain climber, rugby player turned triathlete; Post Grad – MEng, Elec Eg @ Queen’s University; former Base Commander CFB (K).

Energy management and supply chain executive with 20 years experience in corporate and consulting roles. Partner at Uniexcel Energy Group, LLC.

grew up near CFB Greenwood; played varsity hockey for four years – switched from being a cement-handed forward into a half decent defenceman in his final year.

did 3 years at CMR; fencing team member & Mechanical Engineering at RMC; MBA – General Business Administration – University of Leicester; Senior PM at IBM.

his RRMC training as, CWA, CWC, & D/CWC prepared him well for RMC; former fighter pilot instructor; last flying job, flying the L-19 Bird-dog towing gliders for air cadets.

played 4 seasons of OUAA hockey ; considered rugby for IV year; now – mostly into hockey, running, biking, & diving; proud uncle of the current CWC & a III year BB player.

was one of the first students of the National Sport Academy 15 years ago; led the way for both his younger sister and brother to attend RMC.

In 2008, he began a campaign to mobilise volunteers for a downtown Yellowknife litter clean-up. He has since hosted 16 volunteer litter clean-ups.

was one of the cadet pioneers in his sport to compete at the CISM level; following gradution – competed in Iran; now he helps oil companies get their supply chains connected electronically.

called Mahone Bay home when he was a cadet; current Vice-President, Development at York University Foundation, oversees the full scope of activities related to the solicitation, recognition and stewardship of donors.

member of the RMC Electrical Engineering Department for over thirty years; during his day, was the coach and or chairman of the: Rugby; Track & Field; Harriers; Rifle; and Pistol teams.

best known at RMC for his never-ending drive to the reigns of power; former Redmen “rookie-of-the-year” quarterback; M.Eng (Engineering and Management) RMC – Ph.D (Mining) Queen’s; these days a scratch golfer.

the main thing that motivated him for 4 years at RRMC was getting ready to be an infantry officer, to be a  platoon commander with responsibility for 25 or 30 soldiers.

second winner of the Captain Matthew Dawe Memorial Cup; served as a varsity team captain for two seasons.

at RRMC was noted for his ability to lead pep rallies; in IV year, he commanded LaSalle Flight at RMC; current, Chair BOARD OF DIRECTORS – Sing Canada Harmony;

Debater & avid runner; native speaking teacher in a Korean public school.

has the distinction of having played in all three Canadian Jr. “A” Hockey Leagues –  Guelph (OHL)- Cape Breton (QMHL)- Regina (WHL); played “D” for 4 seasons at RMC.

took up bag pipes in I year; a former member of the varsity soccer team; didn’t quite make it to CWC.

Ron Weir – Saint John, N.B. native; according to Facebook – in the minds of many, the best professor to ever grace the halls of Sawyer building.

Jason Correia – played Ball Hockey for 1 Sqn; guest of the Ottawa Branch at the 2008 Legacy Dinner; his Squadron won the commandants inspection when he was CSL.

Laura Locklin – past driving force behind (w) rugby at RMC; what she does and

what she likes doing are different things.

Ryan Thebault – former hockey Paladin with arguably the hardest slap-shot on the team; hit opposing players as hard as he shot the puck.

Curtis Smith – had 10 great years in Kingston; working on his own bid at finishing the 2010 Ironman USA in Lake Placid NY; already completed (2010) Winterman Half Marathon & St. Patty’s Day 5K.

Nicole Bach – team captain & rugby player; has written articles for e-Veritas; FYOP CFL for 3 Sqn.; Honours English student and recently switched her MOC from MARS officer.

Larry Aitken – started CMC as RETP; mountain climber, rugby player turned triathlete; Post Grad – MEng, Elec Eg @ Queen’s University; former Base Commander CFB (K).

Bruce Beavis – Energy management and supply chain executive with 20 years experience in corporate and consulting roles. Partner at Uniexcel Energy Group, LLC.

JJ Verran – grew up near CFB Greenwood; played varsity hockey for four years – switched from being a cement-handed forward into a half decent defenceman in his final year.

Terry Feltham – did 3 years at CMR; fencing team member & Mechanical Engineering at RMC; MBA – General Business Administration – University of Leicester; Senior PM at IBM.

John Laidler – his RRMC training as, CWA, CWC, & D/CWC prepared him well for RMC; former fighter pilot instructor; last flying job, flying the L-19 Bird-dog towing gliders for air cadets.

Tim Lannan – played 4 seasons of OUAA hockey ; considered rugby for IV year; now – mostly into hockey, running, biking, & diving; proud uncle of the current CWC & a III year BB player.

Jesse Bruni – was one of the first students of the National Sport Academy 15 years ago; led the way for both his younger sister and brother to attend RMC.

Paul Falvo – In 2008, he began a campaign to mobilise volunteers for a downtown Yellowknife litter clean-up. He has since hosted 16 volunteer litter clean-ups.

Andy Ross – was one of the cadet pioneers in his sport to compete at the CISM level; following gradution – competed in Iran; now he helps oil companies get their supply chains connected electronically.

Wade Hall –  called Mahone Bay home when he was a cadet; current Vice-President, Development at York University Foundation, oversees the full scope of activities related to the solicitation, recognition and stewardship of donors.

Ray Dignum – member of the RMC Electrical Engineering Department for over thirty years; during his day, was the coach and or chairman of the: Rugby; Track & Field; Harriers; Rifle; and Pistol teams.

Paul Roman – best known at RMC for his never-ending drive to the reigns of power; former Redmen “rookie-of-the-year” quarterback; M.Eng (Engineering and Management) RMC – Ph.D (Mining) Queen’s; these days a scratch golfer.

Scott Stevenson – the main thing that motivated him for 4 years at RRMC was getting ready to be an infantry officer, to be a platoon commander with responsibility for 25 or 30 soldiers.

Anna Dupuis – second winner of the Captain Matthew Dawe Memorial Cup; served as a varsity team captain for two seasons.

JR Digger MacDougall – at RRMC was noted for his ability to lead pep rallies; in IV year, he commanded LaSalle Flight at RMC; current, Chair BOARD OF DIRECTORS – Sing Canada Harmony;

Ian Doyle – Debater & avid runner; native speaking teacher in a Korean public school.

Matt House – has the distinction of having played in all three Canadian Jr. “A” Hockey Leagues –  Guelph – Cape Breton – Regina; played “D” for 4 seasons at RMC.

Amy Hall – took up bag pipes in I year; a former member of the varsity soccer team; didn’t quite make it to CWC.