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

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Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute grad; one of his favorite movies: Trailer Park Boys.

former NCM of the Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada.

got an assist, a shut out win in a shoot out, and a penalty in his first OUA game.

was a boxer in high school.

has a horse named Dallas.

is very involved with advising governments, health authorities and hospitals on access management strategies.

tried to grow tomatoes in his dorm room; some time contributor to e-Veritas.

was well known for “pushing the envelope” at both RRMC & RMC; went on to become a highly respected Air Nav with the air force.

had to shave his Luigi mustache when RMC`s Sandhurst team won last year.

after graduating from RMC in Electrical Engineering, he served 22 years in the Canadian Navy and earned a Ph.D. from Dalhousie University.

member Board of Directors – Helping Athletes Succeed; cadets say a pretty good rugby coach too.

was the 100th President – RMC Club of Canada.

airforce brat who spent some of his university summers working at the  CFB Trenton gym.

paraded on Parliament Hill where the Governor General, presented the new colours; met Prime Minister Trudeau, with the MND James Richardson.

arrived at RMCC from RMCSJ; loves the sushi in Kingston.

professor of english, hockey coach, Athletic Director, and Registrar.

married his prep year sweetheart.

served in all 3 bat (3rd,1st,2nd) of R22R; plus Canadian Airborn Regiment and Instructor at PSTC; – Afghanistan, Croatia, Persian Gulf, Germany.

played 3 seasons for Calgary Canucks; first alternate CISM golf team; aspiring ballroom dancer.

former 9 Sqn CSL; enrolled in Bachelor of Engineering; attended 2009 Legacy Dinner.

former PSP employee at CFB Valcartier; current RMCC Squadron Commander.

attended Lake Superior State University prior to RMC;

took part in the United Nation Mission in Rwanda from July 1994 to January 1995.

at 16 years of age, joined the CF as a Pilot and completed the first part of his basic training at CFLRS in St-Jean-Sur Richelieu.

Pete Karagiannis – Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute grad; one of his favorite movies: Trailer Park Boys.

Alex Balint – former NCM of the Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada.

Landon Lavictoire – got an assist, a shut out win in a shoot out, and a penalty in his first OUA game.

Vincent Laframboise – was a boxer in high school.

Rachel Baergen – has a horse named Dallas.

Peter Glynn – is very involved with advising governments, health authorities and hospitals on access management strategies.

Gabor Somogyvari – tried to grow tomatoes in his dorm room; some time contributor to e-Veritas.

Bill Rattray – was well known for “pushing the envelope” at both RRMC & RMC; went on to become a highly respected Air Nav with the air force.

Marc-Andrè F.Pelland – had to shave his Luigi mustache when RMC`s Sandhurst team won last year.

James Carruthers – after graduating from RMC in Electrical Engineering, he served 22 years in the Canadian Navy and earned a Ph.D. from Dalhousie University.

Kristin Topping – member Board of Directors – Helping Athletes Succeed; cadets say a pretty good rugby coach too

Ian MacKinnon – was the 100th President  – RMC Club of Canada.

Gary Jackson – airforce brat who spent some of his university summers working at the  CFB Trenton gym.

Michel Maisonneuve – paraded on Parliament Hill where the Governor General, presented the new colours; met Prime Minister Trudeau, with the MND James Richardson.

Carl Donofrio – arrived at RMCC from RMCSJ; loves the sushi in Kingston.

Tom Gelley – professor of english, hockey coach, Athletic Director, and Registrar.

Daniel Pigeon-Fournier – married his prep year sweetheart.

Michel Belanger –  served in all 3 bat (3rd,1st,2nd) of R22R; plus Canadian Airborn Regiment and Instructor at PSTC; – Afghanistan, Croatia, Persian Gulf, Germany.

Richard Lim – played 3 seasons for Calgary Canucks; first alternate CISM golf team; aspiring ballroom dancer.

Kim Marchand – former 9 Sqn CSL; enrolled in Bachelor of Engineering; attended 2009 Legacy Dinner.

Roseline Fernet – former PSP employee at CFB Valcartier; current RMCC Squadron Commander.

Jeff Oke – attended Lake Superior State University prior to RMC;

J.M. Chiasson – took part in the United Nation Mission in Rwanda from July 1994 to January 1995.

Ian Wookey – at 16 years of age, joined the CF as a Pilot and completed the first part of his basic training at CFLRS in St-Jean-Sur Richelieu.