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Pamela Zorn

has been appointed vice-president and chief operating officer of services for the Society for Manitobans with Disabilities. She has recently returned from Newcastle, Australia, where she was CEO of an organization that provides services to homeless young people.

 

The Friends of Elmwood Cemetery Inc.

are pleased to congratulate Wayne Rogers on his appointment as executive director of historic Elmwood Cemetery. Rogers is a visionary leader who brings a wealth of experience to the position of executive director. He has been an active member of Elmwood Cemetery's board of directors since 2006.

 

COMPANIES

Taylor McCaffrey LLP

is proud to announce two of their partners have been recognized by Best Lawyers as Lawyer of the Year in Winnipeg for 2015: Norman K. Snyder, was named the Best Lawyers 2015 Corporate Law Lawyer of the Year in Winnipeg. Patricia Lane was named the Best Lawyers 2015 Family Law Lawyer of the Year in Winnipeg.

 

ArtMoi

is a new company founded by Ryan Mayberry and designed to create an accessible online record for both public and privately held works of art. Mayberry, of Mayberry Fine Art, has worked in the art field for a number of years, including developing software for the art market. The company has joined the Eureka Project, a resource for innovative technology companies such as ArtMoi to further their development through personalized programs, access to mentors and investors.

 

Fillmore Riley LLP

is pleased to announce Kathryn Hordienko and Sarah Thurmeier have joined the firm as associates. Hordienko will practise primarily in the areas of employment and labour law and civil litigation. Hordienko received her call to the Alberta bar in 2003 and the Manitoba bar in 2008. She earned her LLB at the University of Manitoba. Sarah Thurmeier will practise exclusively in the area of family law. She received her call to the Manitoba bar in 2008. She also earned her LLB at the University of Manitoba.

 

BOARDS

The Friendship Force Of Winnipeg

is pleased to announce its 2014/15 board of directors: president, Val Keenan, past president, Paul Havixbeck, vice-president, Norma Warecki, secretary, Shirley Schellenberg, treasurer Marlene Friesen.


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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 25, 2014 B7

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