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Madhav Sinha

president of the Canadian Society for Quality has been selected chair of a jury panel judging the highly coveted leadership excellence award given to business executives in the Arab world who drive regional development efforts, placing emphasis on quality and the need for continuous improvement. E-TQM College in Dubai is administrator of this award. Sinha is a professional engineer and recognized authority in the field of quality management who was recently awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal for over three decades of outstanding service and contributions made through publication of books, journals, groundbreaking research papers and for championing many unique initiatives to promote and elevate quality professionalism as an important part of Canadian society.

Kris Kubin

has been appointed to the position of consultant with STRATA Benefits Consulting Inc. Kubin has an extensive background of almost 25 years in the group benefits industry. He has experience and knowledge in renewal analysis, claims payment, administration and business development.

Mr. P.L. Sharma

has been awarded Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee Celebration Medal for his history of serving the Indo-Canadian Community over the last four decades and has been involved with many ethno-cultural organizations at different levels.

COMPANIES

Marc Raymond, president & CEO of Epic Production Technologies

is pleased to announce that Burton Tenenbein has assumed the role of general manager of Epic's Winnipeg operation, overseeing all sales, rentals and administrative functions for the region. He takes over the position from David Budzak, who has left the lighting industry after a very successful 35-year career.

Mikuska Group

is working with The Gardens on Tenth, in Altona, on a capital campaign for a new seniors complex. The campaign is led by David Wiebe, chairman, and Menno H. Friesen, campaign director. Honorary co-chairs are Elmer Hildebrand, C.M., O.M., former MLA Jack Penner and the Altona MCC Thrift Store Group.

BOARDS

Conseil communauté en santé du Manitoba, Inc.

has elected its executive board members for 2012-2013: Émile Huberdeau, president; Pierre Beaudoin, vice-president; Yvette Gaultier, secretary; and Jean Balcaen, treasurer. Board members: Aurèle Boisvert, Denis Fortier, René Déquier, Denis Collette and Francis Labossière.

The Real Estate Institute of Manitoba Inc.

has elected its board of directors and officers for 2012-2013: Ron Penner, Globe General Agencies, president; Kelly Udell, City of Winnipeg, Planning, Property and Development Department, vice-president; Darrell Jones, Manitoba Housing, secretary/ treasurer; and Joedi Pruden, City of Winnipeg, Planning, Property and Development Department, past president. Directors: Shirley Mattreck, Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP; Gord Thomas, Manitoba Housing; Jonathan Tkachuk, G. T. Rowswell Realty Leasing Co. Appointments to the IREM Council #114: Mark Uddin, A.S.H. Management Group Inc., chairman and Darrell Jones, Manitoba Housing, vice-chairman. Shirley Tillett Associates Inc. has been appointed as association administrators with Shirley Tillett as chapter administrator.

The Winnipeg Business Network

has announced its executive for 2013: president, Mike Mitchell, Investors Group; past president, Scott Gray, Mirwaldt & Gray Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries; vice-president, Tracey Brandt, TLC Message Therapy; treasurer, Kent Haugen, HMA Chartered Accountants; secretary, Malinda Lee, Computer Avenue. Chairs: Cathy Stewart, World of Water; Dr. Kevin Kitt, Markham Chiropractic Centre. Members: Rob Hutchison, RE/Max Performance Realty; Malcom Cook, WSJ Insurance; John Coward, Buccacino's Cucina Italiana.

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 7, 2013 B5

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