David Brown (’78) writes, “I am very for- from the Canada Council for the Arts. Monahan received the award at a ceremony with the Governor General of Canada, His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston (LLD ’11) on Mar. 20 at Rideau Hall. Dave Tucker (’84) writes, “Over the past tunate to have been married to a wonderful woman (Margot) for 29 years in August 2013. After a 30-year teaching career I retired in 2009 and immediately entered into a new career with the NL provincial government in adult education and development. I am also a member of the Canadian Forces army reserve and the officer commanding and director of music of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment Band.” Rev. Brian and Margaret (Mansfield) MacDonald’s (’82) eldest daughter, Heather (’16) , began her studies at years I have been working with H.A.F.A and P.C.A. in Honduras, teaching local people in small villages outside Copan how to build masonry houses every February. The remainder of the year I am CEO and President of Triple T Construction Inc. and Prestige Equipment Leasing Inc.” Mount Allison this year. Fine Arts lecturer/technician Dan Steeves’ Jim Burrows’ (’78) family farm, Clover (’81) new suite of engravings entitled Crest Farm, was recently profiled in Scotsburn Co-operative Services The Dairy newsletter. Burrows is on the board of Scotsburn Dairy and his daughters Hannah (’10) and Catherine (’11) are also grads. Memory of Pain were exhibited at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery this spring. The collection examines an intensely personal trauma that afflicted his family. 1990s William Kierstead (’82, ’85, ’87) writes, Kevin Latimer (’79) , QC, was appointed “After several years at School District 16 office and the NB department of education, I have returned to my first love as a high school administrator. I am now the proud principal of James M. Hill Memorial High School. I was also recently chosen as a recipient of The Shifting Minds Award from C21 Canada (Canadians for 21st Century Learning and Innovation) for my work in public education in general and 21st century learning specifically.” Mindshare Learning also named William as one of the top 10 Canadian educational technology newsmakers of 2012. Jennifer Dickie (’95) writes, “After attend- managing partner of the Halifax office of Cox & Palmer, an Atlantic Canadian law firm. Kevin and other enthusiastic Allisonians at the firm annually host the Mount Allison spring student/parent reception for prospective students in Halifax. 1980s Sound artist, composer, and media artist Gordon Monahan (’80) was one of seven ing Mount Allison, I was accepted into the computer animation program at Sheridan College in Oakville, ON. I was recruited upon graduation and have been work- Canadians to receive the 2013 Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts / 37