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Anne LePage ('01)
has moved back to
Sackville with her husband, Matthew
Thompson, and their 19-month-old twin
boys, William and Malcolm. She is the
new technical services librarian at Mount
Allison Libraries and Archives. Matthew
has also recently been hired temporarily
as administrative assistant at the music
conservatory. We're happy to be back on
the East Coast.
Capt. Leah Carole Schutte ('02)
Capt. Stephen Richard Paish on Oct. 5 '12
at Comlongon Castle, Dumfries, Scotland.
Jeremy Law ('04)
writes, "Running around
the Sackville Marsh while at Mount Allison
set me up well to eventually cross the finish
line at my first Ironman in Mont Tremblant,
QC eight years later! Only 10 hours and 28
minutes to swim 3.8 km, bike 180 km, and
run a full 42.2 km marathon to wrap up a
big day. Happy to have that checked off
my `to do' list! The real challenge was
training while making it through the
second (and toughest) year at Canadian
Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto."
Matthew Rowe ('03)
has been hired on
as Manager, Charitable Operations with
Prince's Charities Canada, the Canadian
charitable office for His Royal Highness
The Prince of Wales. In this role, which
he began ahead of the 2012 Royal visit of
The Prince and The Duchess of Cornwall,
Matthew is responsible for managing and
developing HRH's charitable activities in
this country.
Jamie Rego ('05)
is currently a lawyer
working at Appleby in Bermuda practicing
corporate law with a focus on banking and
asset financing.
On Oct. 11 `12
Doug Drover ('05)
awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond
Jubilee Medal for his outstanding teach-
ing, community service, and continuing
work with at-risk teens. The medal was
presented by the Governor General at a
centennial celebration of the Saskatchewan
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