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Howard L. Morry

partner at Pitblado Law has received the AV Preeminent rating (the highest possible professional rating) from LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell for the tenth year in a row. 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 Preeminent 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.

Corey Sawatzky

has joined Legacy Bowes Group as director of sales and as associate partner executive search. Sawatzky comes to LBG with a strong background in sales, sales management, customer service and operations training. He is well experienced in working with senior managers in financial services and the competitive automotive market and brings a strong customer service focus to his role along with success in building market share in very competitive markets.

AWARDS

Diamond Jubilee Awards

were recently presented at ceremonies at the Manitoba legislature and Government House. Award recipients: Ronald Buzahora, Robert (Bob) Roehle, and Janice Lukes, were presented with Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals for community service. Lukes has been an active promoter of active transportation and local improvement initiatives. Buzahora and Roehle have been variously active in social housing issues, educational programs, community development, the farmers market and the newly established Business Improvement Zone.

BOARDS

The Coalition of Manitoba Motorcycle Groups Inc.

has announced its board of directors: Doug Houghton, president; Brian Segal, vice-president; Shawna Chartrand, treasurer. Directors: Greg Puddifant; Jerry Volkers; Linda Thomas and Grant Parsons.

Providence University College and Seminary

elected its Board of Governors for 2012-2013: Dr. Roger Gingerich chairman; Lorn Bergstresser, vice chairman; David Johnson president; David Baker, Harold Barg, Richard Bergman, Grant Driedger, Toni Dueck, Beverly Dyck, Esther Dyck, Ron Friesen, Dr. Dennis Giesbrecht, Dr. Gordon Giesbrecht, Dr. Nicholas Greco (senate representative), Libby Hanna, Alix Jean-Paul, Howard Jolly, Ron Koslowsky, John Laugesen (staff representative), Les Lindquist, Burton Loewen, Rev. James Scobbie, Don Streuber, and Rev. David Widdicombe.

The Associates of the Asper School of Business

are pleased to announce their 2012/2013 board of directors: Bill Baines, AML Wireless Networks; Al Babiuk, Loewen; Michael Benarroch, I.H. Asper School of Business; James Cohen, Gendis Inc.; Bryan Crowley, Consider the Possibilities Inc.; Joe Cyr, Price Industries Limited; Diane Gray, CentrePort Canada; Debra Jonasson-Young, Jonasson-Young Advisory Services; John Kearsey, University of Manitoba; Moe Levy, The Asper Foundation; Howard Morry, Pitblado; John Proven, CONVIRON; Shirley Render, Western Canada Aviation Museum; Colin Ryan, BMO Nesbitt Burns; Paul Soubry, New Flyer Industries; Charlie Spiring, National Bank Financial Wealth Management; Arni Thorsteinson, Shelter Canadian Properties; Gary Timlick, The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co.; Brent Trepel, Ben Moss; Don Whitmore, Vector Construction Ltd., YA Representatives: Tracy Graham and Alan Goddard.

Manitoba Electrical League

has selected its 2012-2013 board of directors: Richard Robertson, president; Darren Shultz, past president; Leona Herzog, vice president; Rob Isaac, treasurer; Mark Rosen, secretary; Brian Adamyk, Peter Bernatsky, Louis Boisjoli, Lawrence Ferchoff, Donna Green, Len Johnson, Henry Loewen. Greg MacDonald, John Nunes, Gary Pestaluky, Lou Sperber, Gary Wlasichuk.

The Manitoba Chamber Orchestra

is proud to announce that it has elected its 2012-13 board of directors: Jesús Ángel Miguel Garca, president; William Neville, vice-president; Ingrid Moehlmann, past president; Gil Forrest, treasurer; Alice MacKenzie, secretary; Jim Chapryk, member at large. Members: Lynne Axworthy, Chloe Carpenter, Judith Hall, Joan Hardy, Sue Irving, Suzanne Kennelly, Helen LaRue, Elaine Margolis, Sandi Mielitz, Beryl Peters, Rishi Ramberran, Nicola Schaefer, Moti Shojania, Alison Thiessen, Elizabeth Tippett-Pope, Faye Warren.

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition November 26, 2012 B7

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