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

Match up the photo with the clue:

Graduated with a B Comm (Sports Admin) Degree (Honours) – Laurentian University;

Boxing Day 2009 was extra special as he had a new addition (baby boy) to the family;

Returned to his home in St Jean, QC on the weekend to play in the RMCSJ Broomball Tournament;

Is the second in her family to attend RMC after her sister Caitlin (Class of 2004);

Guardian Angel for the cadets at Yeo Hall;

Is known by his friends as the Ginger Ninja, for the motorcycle he rides;

Recently made a presentation at a History Seminar at the University of Guelph;

Former recipient “Random Act of Volunteer Appreciation” for his work with the Seniors Outreach Service;

Cadets in “Holding Platoon” fall under his leadership;

Laid a wreath at the 69th anniversary of the Battle.of Britain Ceremony;

Is the first Salvation Army officer since World War II to join the C.F.on a full-time basis;

Is a huge fan, and knows every song by The Beatles;

Has a solid track record of developing high quality student-athletes and teams;

NPF Manager;

Keeps the DCdt on schedule much like he did with the previous Commandant;

Is an avid skydiver and an aspiring CF pilot;

Resides in the Red Carpet area of Mackenzie Bldg;

Played varsity football at RRMC;

Has a Fighter Pilot brother who visited RMC last year;

Had a (CF Reservist) Lieutenant Colonel for a high school principal;

Former project engineer (Nav systems & microelectronics) Litton Systems (Canada) Ltd;

93rd President – RMC Club of Canada;

One of the 28 cadets to visit Calgary and attend the 2009 Leadership Dinner;

ROTP applicant who applied for RMC and ended up at a civilian university:

Guy Dube: Graduated with a B Comm (Sports Admin) Degree (Honours) – Laurentian University;

Pete Boucher: Boxing Day 2009 was extra special as he had a new addition (baby boy) to the family;

Vincent Dupont: Returned to his home in St Jean, QC on the weekend to play in the RMCSJ Broomball Tournament;

Alaina Wade: Is the second in her family to attend RMC after her sister Caitlin (Class of 2004);

Lesley Muirhead: Guardian Angel for the cadets at Yeo Hall;

Brian Norwick: Is known by his friends as the Ginger Ninja, for the motorcycle he rides;

Jane Errington: Recently made a presentation at a History Seminar at the University of Guelph;

Al Pickering: Former recipient “Random Act of Volunteer Appreciation” for his work with the Seniors Outreach Service;

Rob Parent: Cadets in “Holding Platoon” fall under his leadership;

Gillan Carpenter: Laid a wreath at the 69th anniversary of the Battle of Britain Ceremony;

Patrick Lublink: Is the first Salvation Army officer since World War II to join the C.F.on a full-time basis;

Francis Bourret: Is a huge fan, and knows every song by The Beatles;

Scott James: Has a solid track record of developing high quality student-athletes and teams;

Alphonse Doyle: NPF Manager;

Danny Hallee: Keeps the DCdt on schedule much like he did with the previous Commandant;

Stephanie Pouliot: Is an avid skydiver and an aspiring CF pilot;

Hugo Laplante: Resides in the Red Carpet area of Mackenzie Bldg;

Phil Antonsen: Played varsity football at RRMC;

John Claymore: Has a Fighter Pilot brother who visited RMC last year;

Krisztina Rekeszki: Had a (CF Reservist) Lieutenant Colonel for a high school principal;

Reg Watts: Former project engineer (Nav systems & microelectronics) Litton Systems (Canada) Ltd;

Joseph A Day: 93rd President – RMC Club of Canada;

Sarah Beare: One of the 28 cadets to visit Calgary and attend the 2009 Leadership Dinner;

Rick Hillier: ROTP applicant who applied for RMC and ended up at a civilian university: