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

– served on the faculty of the Royal Military College and the Australian Army Command and Staff College. In 1988, he joined Treasury Board Staff in the BCMinistry of Finance. He was called upon to lead change initiatives as a Vice President in Workers’ Compensation, an Assistant Deputy Minister, Superintendent of Motor Vehicles and CEO of the Pacific National Exhibition.

– served at various naval shore establishments and served a total of seven and a half years at sea on four different ships; his last tour at sea included two four month deployments with NATO’s Standing Naval Force Atlantic. He then served with NATO forces at CFB Lahr, West Germany for four years.

– is from the city that takes its name from its position on the shore of Lake Nipissing; member of the illustrious “new 18” of ’72; all time CWTO; Senior Manager Business Development at Lockheed Martin Canada;

– is President of Lafleche Environmental Inc a leader in waste management and environmental solutions; has appeared on television and has written a series of published articles including a regular column on Teams for the PMI Community.

– for 27 years was employed with John Deere in Welland, Ont.; currently a REALTOR® with Royal LePage Parksville Qualicum Beach Realty.

– His military career included jet fighter training, diving operations, two United Nations peacekeeping missions in the Middle East and postings across Canada and the Arctic. His assignments included four tours as senior financial officer. Currently is Chairman of the Ottawa Software Cluster and adviser to several software companies.

– hails from part of the Rideau Heritage Route on the Rideau Canal near Kingston Ontario; had a a bad knee through most of his 4 years at RMC; limited his – football playing time; unarmed combat – and time on the parade square.

– in uniform – he conducted simulation-based experimentation into Land Force tactics, techniques and procedures and new equipment development; his military background is in information and communication technologies, paralleled by his PhD in Management of Information Systems.

– former Redmen hockey player; Chairman during his rookie season on St. Joseph’s Catholic Elementary School Council for 2009-2010; once upon a time he worked as a Grade 9/10 French Immersion teacher, but now gainfully employed as a licensed professional engineer at Bruce Power in Operations.

– hails from South Gillies, ON (an hour outside Thunder Bay); before RMC he enjoyed wrestling, and football; currently in 4th year at RMC studying mechanical engineering, and is known to be the dodgeball champion; will be travelling across Europe this summer before returning for classes in September.

– from the city that is internationally known for its Summer Festival, Winter Carnival, and the Château Frontenac; was a gritty member of the varsity Basketball Team for 4 years, is also an avid snowboarder; currently posted to Valcartier, QC as a Logistics Officer.

– hails from the pearl of the sunshine coast; graduate of 2010 as an EME officer, currently posted to CFB Borden for training; talented piano player, and music enthusiast.

– is from the cultural, entertainment and financial capital of Canada; recent graduate, currently posted to Kingston where he will begin a masters degree before going on to complete his Pilot training.

– product of the largest city in the Province of Alberta; passionate Calgary Flames fan, and intra mural hockey superstar; member of both 10 and 1 Sqn; graduated in 2008 as an artillery officer, currently serving overseas in Afghanistan.

– hailing from the home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders he is a huge hometown football fan; he graduated from Balfore Collegiate in 2008.

– born in the most populace city in the Okanogan Valley, but was raised in northern Alberta; loves to attend as well as compete in the Alberta Rodeo Circuit.

– from the “cobble stone capital of Canada” spent one year in the naval reserves before coming to RMC has one year left before completing his Economics degree.

– hails from the very first capital of the united Canadas; is captain of a varsity team and is set to graduate with a Business Admin degree; spending the summer with the navy.

– Ex-joueur de hockey avec une moyenne de 2,5 points par match; a passé deux ans dans laRCAF; professeur des sciences politiques jusqu’en 2002.

Né à Cap-de-la-Madeleine, QC; diplômé du collège de l’Assomption; études en sciences au RMC.

-Est allé à l’Université Internationale de l’Espace en Californie; a représenté le collège à la 13e Conférence Internationale des élèves-officiers à Tokyo; suit une carrière de pilote

– Seul officier de renseignement dans la marine de sa promotion; a tenu le poste d’aide de camp pendant deux semestres; partisan endurci des Canadiens.

– retired from RMC last week (31 July); academic supervisor for the most recent RMC Rhodes scholar; hobbies outside the office include a model train set and model airplanes. Often tells a classic story of being able to walk on Toronto transit as a grad student with a rifle to go hunting, with no questions asked, how times have changed.

– before coming to RMC, worked as an Engineering Analyst for five (5) years performing finite element analyses for the aerospace, automotive, rail, public transport and manufacturing industries; likes to compete in triathlons.

6643 James Kempling (RRMC RMC 1965) – served on the faculty of the Royal Military College and the Australian Army Command and Staff College. In 1988, he joined Treasury Board Staff in the BCMinistry of Finance. He was called upon to lead change initiatives as a Vice President in Workers’ Compensation, an Assistant Deputy Minister, Superintendent of Motor Vehicles and CEO of the Pacific National Exhibition.

9276 Claude Michon (RMC 1972) – served at various naval shore establishments and served a total of seven and a half years at sea on four different ships; his last tour at sea included two four month deployments with NATO’s Standing Naval Force Atlantic. He then served with NATO forces at CFB Lahr, West Germany for four years.

9253 Stan Jacobson (RMC 1972) – is from the city that takes its name from its position on the shore of Lake Nipissing; member of the illustrious “new 18” of ’72; all time CWTO; Senior Manager Business Development at Lockheed Martin Canada;

10959 Brian Roger King (RMC 1976) – is President of Lafleche Environmental Inc a leader in waste management and environmental solutions; has appeared on television and has written a series of published articles including a regular column on Teams for the PMI Community.

10562 Graeme Hardy (RMC 1976) – for 27 years was employed with John Deere in Welland, Ont.; currently a REALTOR® with Royal LePage Parksville Qualicum Beach Realty.

10962 Bruce Lazenby (RMC 1976) – His military career included jet fighter training, diving operations, two United Nations peacekeeping missions in the Middle East and postings across Canada and the Arctic. His assignments included four tours as senior financial officer. Currently is Chairman of the Ottawa Software Cluster and adviser to several software companies.

11014 Steve Thompson (RMC 1976) – hails from part of the Rideau Heritage Route on the Rideau Canal near Kingston Ontario; had a a bad knee through most of his 4 years at RMC; limited his – football playing time; unarmed combat – and time on the parade square.

18314James Denford (RMC 1992) – in uniform – he conducted simulation-based experimentation into Land Force tactics, techniques and procedures and new equipment development; his military background is in information and communication technologies, paralleled by his PhD in Management of Information Systems.

17288 Peter Alpajaro (RMC 1990) – former Redmen hockey player; Chairman during his rookie season on St. Joseph’s Catholic Elementary School Council for 2009-2010; once upon a time he worked as a Grade 9/10 French Immersion teacher, but now gainfully employed as a licensed professional engineer at Bruce Power in Operations.

24891 Dustin Lebel (2011) – hails from South Gillies, ON (an hour outside Thunder Bay); before RMC he enjoyed wrestling, and football; currently in 4th year at RMC studying mechanical engineering, and is known to be the dodgeball champion; will be travelling across Europe this summer before returning for classes in September.

24196 JC Lasalle (2009) – from the city that is internationally known for its Summer Festival, Winter Carnival, and the Château Frontenac; was a gritty member of the varsity Basketball Team for 4 years, is also an avid snowboarder; currently posted to Valcartier, QC as a Logistics Officer.

24395 Rayner Wong (2009) – hails from the pearl of the sunshine coast; graduate of 2010 as an EME officer, currently posted to CFB Borden for training; talented piano player, and music enthusiast.

24629 Chirag Joshi (2010) – is from the cultural, entertainment and financial capital of Canada; recent graduate, currently posted to Kingston where he will begin a masters degree before going on to complete his Pilot training.

23876 Rick Parent (2008) – product of the largest city in the Province of Alberta; passionate Calgary Flames fan, and intra mural hockey superstar; member of both 10 and 1 Sqn; graduated in 2008 as an artillery officer, currently serving overseas in Afghanistan.

25304 Micheal Dean (2012) – hailing from the home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders he is a huge hometown football fan; he graduated from Balfore Collegiate in 2008.

25232 Geoff Harris (2013) – born in the most populace city in the Okanogan Valley, but was raised in northern Alberta; loves to attend as well as compete in the Alberta Rodeo Circuit.

25054 Baxter Attlebery (2011) – from the “cobble stone capital of Canada” spent one year in the naval reserves before coming to RMC has one year left before completing his Economics degree.

24945 Steph Stone (2011) – hails from the very first capital of the united Canadas; is captain of a varsity team and is set to graduate with a Business Admin degree; spending the summer with the navy.

6715 Yvan Gagnon (CMR RMC 1965) – Ex-joueur de hockey avec une moyenne de 2,5 points par match; a passé deux ans dans laRCAF; professeur des sciences politiques jusqu’en 2002.

7088 Hubert Leduc (CMR RMC 1966) – Né à Cap-de-la-Madeleine, QC; diplômé du collège de l’Assomption; études en sciences au RMC.

24924 Maxime Bernier-Brideau (RMC 2010) –Est allé à l’Université Internationale de l’Espace en Californie; a représenté le collège à la 13e Conférence Internationale des élèves-officiers à Tokyo; suit une carrière de pilote

24607 Jérome Deschenes (2010) Seul officier de renseignement dans la marine de sa promotion; a tenu le poste d’aide de camp pendant deux semestres; partisan endurci des Canadiens.

Dr. W.T. Thompson, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering – retired from RMC last week (31 July); academic supervisor for the most recent RMC Rhodes scholar; hobbies outside the office include a model train set and model airplanes. Often tells a classic story of being able to walk on Toronto transit as a grad student with a rifle to go hunting, with no questions asked, how times have changed.

Diane Wowk, Assistant Professor – Department of Mechanical Engineering – before coming to RMC, worked as an Engineering Analyst for five (5) years performing finite element analyses for the aerospace, automotive, rail, public transport and manufacturing industries; likes to compete in triathlons.

One Comment

  • Murray Dean

    August 6, 2010 at 2:31 pm

    Just a note that the Saskatchewan football team are known as the Roughriders (one word!) while Rough Riders refer to a former CFL team in Ottawa.