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Perry Mohr has been appointed general manager of h@ms Marketing Services, a new hog-marketing service centre jointly owned by Manitoba Pork Marketing Co-op and SPI Marketing Group. Mohr brings 20 years of hog-marketing experience with 10 of those as CEO of Manitoba Pork.

Olga Plotnikova joined the Business Development Bank of Canada in Winnipeg as account manager, portfolio development. Prior to joining BDC, Plotnikova was with the Bank of Montreal since July 2007, most recently as branch manager. She also spent three years working with the Community National Bank in Mason City, Iowa.


People First introduces the newly expanded accounting and finance recruiting team of Maurice Cadieux, Janice Croft and Dan Lewis. The team brings 25 years of combined industry experience and focuses on recruiting for junior to senior roles within the field of accounting and finance.


Canadian Window & Door Association Industry Pioneer Awards Manitoba winners are: Laurie Davies of Omniglass; Bernie Dudeck of Paramount Windows; Bill Fast, founder of Willmar Windows (now JELD-WEN), Paul Loewen of Loewen Windows (president of Accurate Dorwin Industries) and Abe Wiebe, founder of Berdick Windows of Winkler.


Variety, the Children's Charity of Manitoba

2009/2010 board of directors: Jim Grapentine of Cambrian Credit Union is president; Bryan Crowley of Consider the Possibilities Inc. is past-president; Tom Daeninck, Coast Paper, first assistant chief barker; Hollingsworth Cowan of Contemporary Printing is assistant chief barker; Brenda Spenst, PricewaterhouseCoopers, treasurer; Tom Turner, Pitblado, legal counsel; Wayne Rogers is executive director and Louis Trepel, international ambassador. Directors are: Lou Caci of Scotia McLeod; Jeff Didham, Envisage Design Group; Laurie Fischer, Frankilin Templeton Investments; Peter Pauls of Peter Pauls Inc.; Grant Skinner, Wellington West Pro Ice Management; Rick Titarniuk, Brandworks/TM; Darrell Winters, Impact Security Group and Kevin Wolfe, AVW Telav Audio Visual Solutions.

Asper School of Business Associates announce its 2010 board of directors: Bill Baines of AML Wireless Networks; Tom Bryk, Cambrian Credit Union; Joe Cyr, E. H. Price; Harry Ethans, Matlock Enterprises; Glenn Feltham, Asper School of Business; Rick Frost, Winnipeg Foundation; Elaine Goldie, University of Manitoba (retired); Debra Jonasson-Young, Dufresne Furniture; Jim Lawton of Lawton Partners; Moe Levy, Asper Foundation; Rick MacKay, Deloitte & Touche; John Proven, GrowthWorks; Barry Rempel, Winnipeg Airports Authority; Shirley Render, Western Canada Aviation Museum; Paul Soubry, New Flyer Industries; Charlie Spiring, Wellington West Capital; Arni Thorsteinson, Shelter Canadian Properties; Gary Timlick, Wawanesa Mutual Insurance; Brent Trepel, Ben Moss and Don Whitmore of Vector Construction Group.

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 11, 2010 B5

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