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Ellen Pierce ('62)
read from her new
collection Vox Humana in locations across
the country this spring, including Halifax,
Wolfville, Ottawa, Montreal, and Victoria.
Pam (MacKay) Doyle ('75)
retired in Apr.
`11 after 34 years with Parks Canada. She
is living in Revelstoke, BC and welcomes
contact with friends from the good old days
at Mount A.
In Apr. `12
Peter German ('73)
retired from
the RCMP as its deputy commissioner for
western and northern Canada, based in
British Columbia. He is now regional dep-
uty commissioner (Pacific) for Correctional
Service Canada. Peter and Louise reside
in Richmond. Daughter Alexandra, 18, is
studying at McGill and Kimberly, 14, is in
high school. In Dec. `10 Peter received his
PhD in law from the University of London.
Toshimi Ono's ('76)
first one-hour docu-
mentary film, OH! SUSHI -- From the Land
of the BC Roll with Love, was accepted into
the 2012 Vancouver Women in Film Festival,
Mar. 8-11 '12.
Barbara Safran de Niverville (BFA '77)
writes, "I have been awarded the Sheila
Hugh Mackay Master of Fine Arts Scholar-
ship towards my graduate studies at the Art
Institute of Boston. I am excited to be one of
14 grad students entering this low residency
program, beginning Jan. `12. Residencies
take place twice a year, and in between
them I will be working with AIB faculty and
professional artists in Atlantic Canada."
Bill DeGrace ('75)
recently earned a Cer-
tificate in Urban Design from Simon Fraser
University, proof that you really can teach an
old dog new tricks, he writes.
Just a quick hello from
Dr. Grant Williams
to update everyone on a couple of
recent happenings. Firstly, in 2010 I was
awarded a Doctorate of Education in Science
and Mathematics from the University of Mas-
sachusetts Amherst and most recently I was
awarded a tenure track position at the rank of
assistant professor in the School of Education
at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, NB.
I'd like to say a special hello to all residents of
Bigelow House from the years 1985-88!!
The following 17 talented Mount Allison
graduates have continued the quest for
learning by teaching at the largest
high school in Nova Scotia, Cobequid
Educational Centre (CEC):
Ruth Faulkner
Beth (Porter) MacMichael ('78)
Lesley (Shephard) Fisher ('78)
(Shephard) Mawhinney ('83, '84)
Mawhinney ('84)
Sharon (Gale) Harris
('84, '85)
Joyce (Blandford) Millman ('88)
John Dickie ('87, '88)
Debbie (Langille)
MacEachern ('87, '88)
Jude Moffatt ('87, '88)
32 / Summer 2012 / RECORD