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Craig McIntosh

a Winnipeg businessman and manufacturer was elected new vice-chairman of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters national board of directors at the association's annual general meeting. McIntosh is currently the president and owner of Acrylon Plastics Inc, a company that manufactures rotational moulded, extruded and thermo-formed plastics parts out of its five plants in Winnipeg, Winkler and Saskatoon.

Stephen Cohlmeyer

principal of Cohlmeyer Architecture Ltd. was recently named a fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society in recognition of his academic and professional work in the field of human settlement. The College of Fellows brings together individuals who share the society's commitment to Canada and who support its mandate of making Canada better known to Canadians and the world.

Mark Robertson

is the new director of alumni relations at the University of Manitoba. He comes from the Manitoba government where he served as director, Healthy Living and Populations within Manitoba Healthy Living, Seniors and Consumer Affairs. In his new role, Robertson will work in close collaboration with the alumni association to establish deep, meaningful and productive relationships with U of M alumni in Manitoba and around the world.

COMPANIES

To-Le-Do Foodservice

President Leigh Young is proud to make the following announcements: Mitch Rooney, purchasing manager, graduated as a supply chain management professional, through the Purchasing Management Association of Canada. Rooney recently added distribution manager to his portfolio. Cole Young has been promoted to sales manager. Randy Young, sales executive, graduated from the Certified Angus Beef-Master of the Brand Advantage program in its inaugural year. To-Le-Do Foodservice, market leader in portion-controlled meat products, is celebrating 25 years of supplying the Manitoba/northwestern Ontario food service and retail industry.

Oxygen Technical Services Ltd.

welcomes Shane Weston as the inside sales representative. Weston provides direct support to our outside sales team, technical consultants and project teams to accelerate growth within our existing customer base. Creates new customers to develop, build and strengthen long-term relationships with the customers and vendor partners with the goal of continuously improving customer satisfaction.

AWARDS

Howard L. Morry

partner at Pitblado Law has received the AV Pre-eminent rating (the highest possible professional rating) from LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell. Morry has scored a 100 per cent rating each year in both legal ability and ethical standards in a confidential polling of members of the bar and judiciary. The AV Pre-eminent rating is the pinnacle of excellence earned through a strenuous peer review rating process that is managed and monitored by Martindale-Hubbell, the world's oldest and most trusted legal resource.

Virtual Hospice Team

members have been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for leadership and excellence in the field of palliative and end-of-life care. Shelly Cory, executive director, was awarded the medal from the Canadian Home Care Association and the Canadian Caregiver Coalition. Mike Harlos, clinical team lead, and Fred Nelson, psychosocial consultant, received awards from the Canadian Hospice and Palliative Care Association. Dr. Cornie Woelk was recognized by Candace Bergen, member of Parliament.

BOARDS

Canadian Condominium Institute Manitoba Chapter

has elected its new board of directors for 2012/2013: president Jane Lecours (Stevenson Management), vice-president Pamela Pyke (AON Reid Stenhouse), secretary Deb Deprez (Stevenson Management), treasurer Lori Ricard (BDO Canada LLP), past president Doug Forbes (Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP), Directors: Kirsten Bishop, Marshall Broeska, Brenda Brydges, Robert Giesbrecht, Lionel Guerrard, Maureen Hancharyk, Doreen Kerr, Catherine Schellenberg, Carla Steidl, Delaney Vun.

St. Boniface General Hospital

has selected its 2012-13 board of directors: Wayne Anderson, chairman; Murray D. Kilfoyle, vice-chairman; Sandi Mielitz, vice-chairwoman; Dr. Judith Scanlan, secretary; Dr. David T. Barnard, Tom Carson, Drew Cringan, Carolyn Duhamel, Monique Fillion, Raymonde Gagné, Allan Grant, Linda Hughes, Catherine J. Kloepfer, Ken Lamoureux, Archbishop Albert LeGatt, Susan Lewis, Daniel Lussier, Dr. Brian Postl, Robert Pruden, Jean-Marc Ruest, Haig Vanlian, Kevin Williams.

St. Boniface General Hospital Auxiliary

has elected its 2012-13 board of directors: Richard Clément, chairman; Daniel E. Lussier, vice-chairman; Chantal St. Pierre, treasurer and secretary; Leanne Edwards, Sophie Ethier,Michelle Ferguson, Robert Gagné, Robert McGarva, Kyle Picard, Raymond Préfontaine.

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition November 19, 2012 B6

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