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

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Match up the photo to the clue:

hails from North Battleford, Saskatchewan; competed at World Debating Championships in Dublin as a Cadet; past Senior Manager, Face to Face Channel Optimization at American Express; current Senior Manager, Design & Process, Change & Learning at The Home Depot.

played hockey for Roy Reid & Wayne Pinter; has been awarded the US Army Bronze Star for his work in Afghanistan as part of TF Rakkasan in 2002, and was recently awarded both the Canadian and NATO Meritorious Service Medals for his work as the Chief Operations Officer of ISAF RC South in 2006.

Esse Quam Videri is the motto of his high school, St. Malachy’s High School, in Saint John, NB.; discovered in IV Year that his “sore” wrist for the past year was actually broken and he consequently spent the better of half a year in a cast; curls socially out of – The Russell Curling Club.

Toronto, ON native; former 3 SQN CSTO; combat engineer who is currently stationed in Gagetown, NB; is very interested in weaponry; can quote almost any episode of the Simpsons.

2 SQN member; talented hockey player; member of RMC Women’s Varsity Soccer team; hails from the Annapolis Valley, NS; went on a cruise for Christmas in 2009 with her family.

A little hearthrob who comes from the thriving city of Montreal, QC; going into second year in 3 SQN; is an agressive swimmer; has an older brother who just graduated this year; went to Cuba on vacation in 2010.

Feisty QC native who is a Wolfe SQN member; quite the skydiver and recently attained her motorcycling license; was a CSC in Recruit Camp 2009.

joined the CF for a few reasons: she wanted to get a different type of university experience; she wanted the challenge of increasing her physical fitness, taking French training, enjoying the structure of the military and gaining travel opportunities;currently pursuing a Masters Degree at Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S., in public administration; she also coaches Ringettes.

a thorn in the side of everyone who played against him; former team captain and assistant coach with the hockey team; lived all 4 years in the boat; loves to attend the Merrit Mountain Music Festival; is now GM / Coach in the BCHL.

outstanding Guelph, ON lacrosse player prior to attending RMC; under graduate Class of 2002; Queen’s Grad – 2008; well known for organizing book club readings; now living and working in Toronto.

frequents the Calgary Stampede as well as 4 SQN lines; Varsity Hockey assistant captain this past season; arguably a better golfer than he is a hockey player; RETP Civ. Engineering program

Hogtown native; designated 11 SQN CLS next semester; leading scorer for the Mens Basketball team this past season.

Nepean High School graduate who started his military college experience at CMR; top water polo combatant at RMC; celebrated his retirement from the Public Service by taking a two-week holiday in Mexico.

skilled athlete, a semi-scholar, and a bitter satirist superficially depicts him during his time as a cadet; a key member of the rep soccer team in III Year and an excellent gymnast.

spent a couple of summers at Gagetown doing Phase training; drove “exotic” vehicles while a cadet at RMC; played rugby; spent over six years in the “C.F. Recruiting World” including stops at Borden as SSO Attractions and Commanding Officer at CFRC Vancouver; currently doing some part time service with Royal Westminster Regiment as OC HQ Coy.

former CWC for a term; Masters in Electrical Engineering from McGill; past – Senior Account Manager at JDSU, Business Development Manager at JDSU, Marketing Manager at JDSU, now – Sales Director at Skywave Mobile Communications.

(RMC 1997) completed two major deployments aboard HMCS Halifax as a Marine Systems Engineer; also served as a Training Development Officer at the Damage Control School at the Canadian Forces Naval Engineering School (East); teaches Graphics, Robotics, IV Year Project Course, and Thermal Labs for Chemical Engineering; past head coach of the RMC running teams.

served as an Armour Crewman, Infantry Officer, and Personnel Selection Officer; he is the author of the popular courses “PSE 312: Military Psychology and Combat” and “PSE 301: Organizational Behaviour and Leadership” in RMC’s continuing studies program.

received his PhD in 1987 from Université de Montréal; he is the editor of “Multiple-Valued Logic, an International Journal”; is a fan of Euler, Galois and Gauss; spend much of his free time doing math, playing with my son, and cooking.

served five years as the College’s Director of Academic Services. She has taught courses in organizational behaviour and theory, HR management, labour relations and Operations management at the RMCC and Queen’s University.

was considered an exceptional athlete during his college career – excelling in a number of sports; scored high every year in the CMC PF tests; Past – VP Operations at EMCOR; VP Facility Operations AZ Region at Countrywide; Current – VP Site Leader at Jones Lang LaSalle.

rugby player, enjoyed road games especially to Bermuda; past – Verification Officer at RBC Royal Bank, Operations Officer at Department of National Defence; current – Military Officer specializing in marketing and reconnaissance.

former Pipe Major, RMC Pipes and Drums; developed and executed the welfare support plan for the first deployment of 1500 personnel to Operation Kinetic in Kosovo; RMC Club – past Assistant Executive Director and Business Manager; his PhD research was recently featured on the CBC Radio program Quirks and Quarks.

past – Director at Chebucto Windfields Inc; current – Combat Systems Engineering Officer; likes – Running, Diving, Climbing, Skydiving, Adventure racing, Making Things Around the House & Hanging W Sam.

18798 Steven Beggs (RMC 1993) – hails from North Battleford, Saskatchewan; competed at World Debating Championships in Dublin as a Cadet; past Senior Manager, Face to Face Channel Optimization at American Express; current Senior Manager, Design & Process, Change & Learning at The Home Depot.

16591 Shane Schreiber (RRMC RMC 1988)– played hockey for Roy Reid & Wayne Pinter; has been awarded the US Army Bronze Star for his work in Afghanistan as part of TF Rakkasan in 2002, and was recently awarded both the Canadian and NATO Meritorious Service Medals for his work as the Chief Operations Officer of ISAF RC South in 2006.

17201 Greg Losier (CMR RMC 1990) – Esse Quam Videri is the motto of his high school, St. Malachy’s High School, in Saint John, NB.; discovered in IV Year that his “sore” wrist for the past year was actually broken and he consequently spent the better of half a year in a cast; curls socially out of – The Russell Curling Club.

24636 Nathan Korpal (RMC 2010) – Toronto, ON native; former 3 SQN CSTO; combat engineer who is currently stationed in Gagetown, NB; is very interested in weaponry; can quote almost any episode of the Simpsons.

25515 Kimberly Ann Archibald (RMC 2012) – 2 SQN member; talented hockey player; member of RMC Women’s Varsity Soccer team; hails from the Annapolis Valley, NS; went on a cruise for Christmas in 2009 with her family.

25534 Lawrence Bourdon (RMC 2013) – A little hearthrob who comes from the thriving city of Montreal, QC; going into second year in 3 SQN; is an agressive swimmer; has an older brother who just graduated this year; went to Cuba on vacation in 2010.

25151 Stephanie Pouliot (RMC 2012) – Feisty QC native who is a Wolfe SQN member; quite the skydiver and recently attained her motorcycling license; was a CSC in Recruit Camp 2009.

23554 Amanda Aldous (RMC 2007) – joined the CF for a few reasons: she wanted to get a different type of university experience; she wanted the challenge of increasing her physical fitness, taking French training, enjoying the structure of the military and gaining travel opportunities;currently pursuing a Masters Degree at Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S., in public administration; she also coaches Ringettes.

24025 Luke Pierce (RMC 2008) – a thorn in the side of everyone who played against him; former team captain and assistant coach with the hockey team; lived all 4 years in the boat; loves to attend the Merrit Mountain Music Festival; is now GM / Coach in the BCHL.

22421 Jay Maldonado (RMC 2002) – outstanding Guelph, ON lacrosse player prior to attending RMC; under graduate Class of 2002; Queen’s Grad – 2008; well known for organizing book club readings; now living and working in Toronto.

24974 Richard Lim (2011) – frequents the Calgary Stampede as well as 4 SQN lines; Varsity Hockey assistant captain this past season; arguably a better golfer than he is a hockey player; RETP Civ. Engineering program

25129 Nicolas Cooke (2011) – Hogtown native; designated 11 SQN CLS next semester; leading scorer for the Mens Basketball team this past season.

5717 Doug Sinclair (CMR RMC 1963) – Nepean High School graduate who started his military college experience at CMR; top water polo combatant at RMC; celebrated his retirement from the Public Service by taking a two-week holiday in Mexico.

6099 James Gordon Skinner – (CMR RMC 1964) – s killed athlete, a semi-scholar, and a bitter satirist superficially depicts him during his time as a cadet; a key member of the rep soccer team in III Year and an excellent gymnast.

11133 Ken Orr (RRMC RMC 1976) – spent a couple of summers at Gagetown doing Phase training; drove “exotic” vehicles while a cadet at RMC; played rugby; spent over six years in the “C.F. Recruiting World” including stops at Borden as SSO Attractions and Commanding Officer at CFRC Vancouver; currently doing some part time service with Royal Westminster Regiment as OC HQ Coy.

16889 Alain Nicolle (RMC 1989) – former CWC for a term; Masters in Electrical Engineering from McGill; past – Senior Account Manager at JDSU, Business Development Manager at JDSU, Marketing Manager at JDSU, now – Sales Director at Skywave Mobile Communications.

20733 Trevor Davies – (RMC 1997) completed two major deployments aboard HMCS Halifax as a Marine Systems Engineer; also served as a Training Development Officer at the Damage Control School at the Canadian Forces Naval Engineering School (East); teaches Graphics, Robotics, IV Year Project Course, and Thermal Labs for Chemical Engineering; past head coach of the RMC running teams.

8027 Ron Dickenson (RMC 1969) served as an Armour Crewman, Infantry Officer, and Personnel Selection Officer; he is the author of the popular courses “PSE 312: Military Psychology and Combat” and “PSE 301: Organizational Behaviour and Leadership” in RMC’s continuing studies program.

Dr. Lucien Haddad (RMC professor) – received his PhD in 1987 from Université de Montréal; he is the editor of “Multiple-Valued Logic, an International Journal”; is a fan of Euler, Galois and Gauss; spend much of his free time doing math, playing with my son, and cooking.

Maggie Shepherd – (Associate Vice-Principal of the Royal Military College of Canada) –  served five years as the College’s Director of Academic Services. She has taught courses in organizational behaviour and theory, HR management, labour relations and Operations management at the RMCC and Queen’s University.

12227 Allan Raymond – (RMC 1979) was considered an exceptional athlete during his college career – excelling in a number of sports; scored high every year in the CMC PF tests; Past – VP Operations at EMCOR; VP Facility Operations AZ Region at Countrywide; Current – VP Site Leader at Jones Lang LaSalle.

20397  Chris Stewardson (RMC 1997) – rugby player, enjoyed road games especially to Bermuda; past – Verification Officer at RBC Royal Bank, Operations Officer at Department of National Defence; current – Military Officer specializing in marketing and reconnaissance.

20771 Keri Kettle (RMC 1996) – former Pipe Major, RMC Pipes and Drums; developed and executed the welfare support plan for the first deployment of 1500 personnel to Operation Kinetic in Kosovo; RMC Club – past Assistant Executive Director and Business Manager; his PhD research was recently featured on the CBC Radio program Quirks and Quarks.

22031 Francis M Leung (RMC 2002) –  past – Director at Chebucto Windfields Inc; current – Combat Systems Engineering Officer; likes – Running, Diving, Climbing, Skydiving, Adventure racing, Making Things Around the House & Hanging W Sam.

One Comment

  • aad boode

    January 21, 2011 at 11:04 am

    In the “match up the photo” (posted 27 June 2010) you have 20771 Keri Kettle, former Pipe Major RMC Pipes & Drums; could you tell me when he was their P/M (year from-to) and what his full first/middle names are?
    I am compiling a list of Pipe Majors of military Pipes & Drums worldwide and would like to add him to my succession list of P/M’s of RMC.
    Thanks and regards
    Aad Boode
    Livingston, Scotland