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Douglas Nelson

of Nelson Financial Consultants has authored a third edition of his best-selling book, Master Your Retirement, just released by Knowledge Bureau, a Winnipeg-based national educational institute and financial publisher. A veteran of the financial services industry, Nelson has also authored several advanced financial-planning courses with Knowledge Bureau and is a highly regarded, thought-provoking industry speaker.

 

Beth Creed

has been appointed communications and fund development co-ordinator for Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg. Creed is an honours graduate of the marketing management program through Red River College. She has more than seven years of experience implementing marketing and communications programs in the private and not-for-profit sectors, most recently as communications manager at Siloam Mission.

 

COMPANIES

Fillmore Riley LLP

is pleased to announce eight lawyers have been recognized as Litigation Stars by Benchmark Canada and the firm has been highly recommended by the guide. The following lawyers have been listed: Stuart Blake, insurance; Bernice Bowley, insurance; Richard Good, general commercial; David Kroft, general commercial, insolvency; Wayne Leslie, general commercial, insolvency; Dana Nelko, estate, insurance; Charles Sherbo, insurance; David Skwark, construction, insurance.

 

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 10, 2014 B5

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