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

Match up the photo with the clue:

former CWC who went on to become the LXXV president of the RMC Club of Canada.

RRMC , RMC; Guest on Capitol Hill, Washington DC, to discuss the U.S. Index of Health Ownership in 2007.

CISM sport Team  Manager;  in the process of writing a book on Trail Blazing Ex Cadets.

former Army staff officer from the red carpet area of Mackenzie Bldg; a Class made him an Honouary Graduate.

2005 Reunion Weekend, he took on the task of organizing a successful multi-year Reunion Weekend golf event at Glen Lawrence for the returning classes.

served at sea with five different HMCS ships; also did time with the DEVIL program in Ottawa.

E.L. Crossley Secondary School ’78; RMC; Harvard (MBA); currently residing in Laguna Niguel, CA.

his research interest includes Underground Excavation Stability and Support Design for Weak Rock Tunnelling.

had stints with Consul, Canadian Embassy in Peru; European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company, Paris, France.

spent his summer between I & II year working on e-Veritas.

graduated from McMaster University in 1983 with a degree in political science;  Editor of The War of 1812 Magazine.

North Park Collegiate – Vocational School; RMC; U of T (MBA);  enjoyed fast cars, a loud stereo and his Toronto Star while a cadet at RMC.

torch bearer;  2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games attendee @  Rus vs Cze & Rus vs Svk hockey , long track  to mention a few.

raised on a corn farm in southern Ontario; as an Air Cadet he won a glider pilot scholarship and a powered pilot scholarship; RMC – CWISO.

rugby player & Debater at RMC; now Director of Risk at GMP Investment Management Greater New York City Area.

former member of The Old 18 Drill Team; VP Technology Operations at Enquisite Inc.; President at GCJE Projects Ltd.

former Otter Squadron grad; captained the hockey Redmen to an exciting one goal victory over West Point in 1978.

grew up in an airforce family; scuba diving & bowling enthusiast; never uses a big word when a diminutive one will do.

Mr Volunteer to a countless number of people.

former RMC PEO who earned his undergraduate degree at UNB and a Masters at U of Ottawa; travelled the world with CISM.

20 years in the PPCLI; he worked for a while as the Chief Security Officer on board a Holland America cruise ship.

has multiple post-graduate degrees, longstanding instructor in language centre; friendly face around the college for years.

was seconded as special advisor to the chairman of the Canadian Radio TV Commission in November 1973.

his dad, uncle and younger brother attended RMC too; he went off to UBC (BA Sc) and McGill (BD); needs a Ferry to get back & forth from home to Kingston.

Glenn Allen – former CWC who went on to become the LXXV president of the RMC Club of Canada.

John Graham – RRMC , RMC; Guest on Capitol Hill, Washington DC, to discuss the U.S. Index of Health Ownership in 2007.

Helga  Grodzinski – CISM sport Team  Manager;  in the process of writing a book on Trail Blazing Ex Cadets.

John Selkirk – former Army staff officer from the red carpet area of Mackenzie Bldg; a Class made him an Honouary Graduate.

Jim Simpson2005 Reunion Weekend, he took on the task of organizing a successful multi-year Reunion Weekend golf event at Glen Lawrence for the returning classes.

Gerry Stowe – served at sea with five different HMCS ships; also did time with the DEVIL program in Ottawa.

Mark Mansfield – E.L. Crossley Secondary School ’78; RMC; Harvard (MBA); currently residing in Laguna Niguel, CA.

Nick Vlachopoulos – His research interest includes Underground Excavation Stability and Support Design for Weak Rock Tunnelling.

Gaétan Houle – had stints with Consul, Canadian Embassy in Peru; European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company, Paris, France.

Josh Fudge – spent his summer between I & II year working on e-Veritas.

John Grodzinski – Graduated from McMaster University in 1983 with a degree in political science;  Editor of The War of 1812 Magazine.

David Pyper – North Park Collegiate – Vocational School; RMC; U of T (MBA);  enjoyed fast cars, a loud stereo and his Toronto Star while a cadet at RMC.

Tim Scott – Torch bearer;  2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games attendee @  Rus vs Cze & Rus vs Svk hockey , long track  to mention a few.

Chris Hadfield – Raised on a corn farm in southern Ontario; as an Air Cadet he won a glider pilot scholarship and a powered pilot scholarship; RMC – CWISO.

Nicholas Mumford – rugby player & Debater at RMC; now Director of Risk at GMP Investment Management Greater New York City Area.

Greg Caws – former member of The Old 18 Drill Team; VP Technology Operations at Enquisite Inc.; President at GCJE Projects Ltd.

Jim Hessel – Former Otter Squadron grad; captained the hockey Redmen to an exciting one goal victory over West Point in 1978.

Dan Bracuk – grew up in an airforce family; scuba diving & bowling enthusiast; never uses a big word when a diminutive one will do.

George Kennedy – Mr Volunteer to a countless number of people.

Roy Hilier –  Former RMC PEO who earned his undergraduate degree at UNB and a Masters at U of Ottawa; travelled the world with CISM.

Dave Justice – 20 years in the PPCLI; he worked for a while as the Chief Security Officer on board a Holland America cruise ship.

Serge Abbott – has multiple post-graduate degrees, longstanding instructor in language centre.

Robert Adams – was seconded as special advisor to the chairman of the Canadian Radio TV Commission in November 1973.

Chris Carr – his dad, uncle and brother attended RMC too; he went off to UBC (BA Sc) and McGill (BD).

One Comment

  • L.R. Larsen

    March 15, 2010 at 6:50 pm

    Great opening picture! However, since the photo was taken in 1973, these are not
    RCAF CF-104s, but rather Canadian Forces CF-104s. The RCAF ceased to exist with
    integration of the RCAF, RCN and Canadian Army in 1968.