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TOGETHER WE SHINE BRIGHTER 2015 REPORT TO DONORS

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The University of Lethbridge is illuminated by opportunity. It is the spark of potential in every incoming student; the passion of every distinguished researcher, teacher and dedicated staff member; the radiance exuded by more than 40,000 alumni worldwide; and the support of those who share our vision.

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Dear Donors, On behalf of the University community, it is with sincere appreciation we present to you the 2015 Report to Donors. This year’s report includes just a small sampling of the extraordinary individuals who have helped shape our university this year. From supporting our students, advancing knowledge, creating new programs and opportunities, and building campus — you, our donors, have played an integral role in making our university, one of Canada’s leading universities and research institutions. Because of you, our students think beyond the boundaries of our campus and are intent on being the leaders of tomorrow. Our faculty members cultivate innovative solutions, and our more than 40,000 alumni are making important contributions in communities around the globe. This is just the beginning for our university. In 2017, we will celebrate the University’s 50th anniversary. A time to celebrate our past and all we have accomplished together, this golden milestone is most importantly a time to look to our next 50 years. The Destination Project continues to move forward and will shape the future of our university and southern Alberta. We will introduce new research Chairs, such as the Chair in Commodities Risk Management, expand our research reach and transform ideas into outcomes. New scholarships, like the Dr. Leskiw Memorial Scholarship, will help our students reach their academic goals and set them on course to create a better tomorrow. Thank you for your belief in education and research, and your generous support of the University of Lethbridge. We are proving that together people really do shine brighter.

Sincerely,

Mike Mahon, PhD President and Vice-Chancellor 1


The University of Lethbridge was established to increase opportunities for students in southern Alberta to obtain a world-class education. That founding principle remains true today, and thanks to donor support, we are able to make a university degree a reality for even more students.

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Planting seeds for the future “Education is not only important, it’s necessary. That’s the reason I give to education.” Dr. Cor Van Raay In a small shop in southern Saskatchewan, Dr. Cor Van

gave the University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College

Raay (LLD ’15) came across a sign that neatly sums up

$5 million to jointly establish the Cor Van Raay Southern

his approach to business: if you find a job you like, you’ll

Alberta Agribusiness Program.

never work a day in your life. Designed to provide leading-edge training in “Whatever you choose to do should be fun at least 80

agribusiness practices, the program will focus on

per cent of the time,” Van Raay says, reinforcing the

agricultural economics, entrepreneurship, innovation

mantra above. “The other 20 per cent of the time it will

and ensuring students have a solid understanding of

be hard work.”

business and management. In addition, he has funded a number of scholarships at the University, including

It’s that balance between a passion for agribusiness

the Cor Van Raay AGILITY Scholarship in Agriculture

and a strong work ethic that has established Van Raay

and Agribusiness, and two Faculty of Management

as one of the area’s leading agricultural innovators and

scholarships, including one that was created in memory

entrepreneurs. Originally from Holland, Van Raay began

of his late wife, Christine, who passed away in 2006.

farming in Iron Springs, Alta., 50 years ago with a halfsection of cropland and a small herd of Holstein cattle.

“Education is not only important, it’s necessary,” says Van

Since then, he has built one of the largest and most

Raay, who had limited opportunities in Holland but did

successful cattle production and feedlot operations in

pursue night classes here in Canada. “That’s the reason

the country.

I give to education. I believe it’s important regardless of what you choose to do in life.”

“Dig deep and get the work done,” advises Van Raay, who remains very hands-on in the day-to-day operations

Accepting his honorary degree at Fall Convocation last

of Cor Van Raay Farms. “I never set out to be the biggest

year, Van Raay encouraged graduates to pave their own

operation, it just never occurred to me to stop growing.

way forward, using their experience, their interests and,

In fact, it still hasn’t; even today I know I can do more.”

most importantly, their education to guide them to a fulfilling career.

Luckily for southern Alberta, that passion is not confined to borders of his own farmstead. Van Raay’s

“Fear regrets, not failure,” Van Raay warned. “Do something

vision is a future where agriculture and agribusiness,

you’re passionate about and have fun every day.”

enterprises on which the southern Alberta economy

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were established, continue to be an attractive career

As someone for whom farming is not only a business but

option for young people. To that end, early in 2015, he

a way of life, it’s clear Van Raay is doing just that.


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Engineering the future “When a small group of highly interested and motivated students is exposed to the wealth of knowledge and experience possessed by a practicing professional, the results are transformational for the student. We are so grateful to the many engineers who have supported the program and who have shared their expertise and experiences.” Dan Furgason Associate Chair, Physics and Astronomy The future of engineering at the University of Lethbridge

with finances and created a variety of student awards

could look very different thanks to the support of industry

and scholarships.

and the southern Alberta community. “Pratt & Whitney is very excited to establish a leadership After being offered at the U of L for more than 30 years,

award that will support students and promote engineering,

the Pre-Professional Transfer Program in Engineering

science and technology to students at a very young age,”

underwent a curriculum review and realignment in 2013.

says Lefebvre.

When the program relaunched in 2015, it was met with an overwhelming response from students and industry

For Kossuth, supporting and inspiring the next generation

alike, with more than double the applications for the

of engineers, particularly female engineers, is a top priority.

available spaces. “Being a woman in engineering is not easy. It has its Local engineers, Mark Bellamy, P. Eng. (senior principal at

challenges but it definitely has its rewards,” she says. “I

Stantec Consulting Ltd.), Ron Hust, P. Eng. (chief executive

believe that supporting women in engineering, retaining

officer of MPE Engineering), Vivien Kossuth, P. Eng.

them and advancing them in their careers is definitely about

(independent mechanical consultant) and Olivier Lefebvre,

leadership — and it’s leadership by everyone.”

P. Eng. (general manager of Plant 32 for Pratt & Whitney Canada), are standing together to show their support of

Support for the program is quickly growing. There are now

the program.

10 awards specifically for engineering transfer students in addition to new program support. Frances Schultz came

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Bellamy and Kossuth are part of the initial advisory

forward in 2015 to honour her late husband,

committee of industry professionals who are helping to

Dr. Arvid Schultz, who was one of the founders of the

shape the future of the program. In addition to lending their

original program more than three decades ago. The funding

professional support to the program, all four have backed it

will be used to further advance the program.


(L-R) Mark Bellamy, P. Eng., Vivien Kossuth, P. Eng., Olivier Lefebvre, P. Eng., Ron Hust, P. Eng., Dan Furgason

In fact, the interest in engineering within the local

with the potential of tying engineering with existing U of L

community and the community of professional engineers

programs and it’s incredibly exciting.”

has been so overwhelming that discussions regarding the introduction of a full four-year engineering program at the

In addition to meeting students’ needs, an engineering

U of L are now taking place.

program in southern Alberta will be advantageous to the entire profession, says Hust.

Again, Bellamy and Kossuth are at the forefront and are part of an advisory committee working with faculty members and

“With only two engineering programs in Alberta, we have

administrators, including Dan Furgason, associate Chair of

trouble attracting engineers to smaller communities,” he

the Department of Physics and Astronomy, as the University

says. “Hopefully, having a four-year engineering program in

looks to grow its professional programs.

Lethbridge will help us attract engineers to stay in the city.”

“There is tremendous opportunity for a four-year

While the task ahead may seem daunting, Bellamy is quick

engineering program at the U of L,” says Bellamy, who

to go back to the U of L’s founders. “Just think about the

went through the transfer program in 1984. “Currently,

community leaders who believed Lethbridge needed a

approximately 80 per cent of eligible students aren’t able

university in the early 1960s and all they were able

to get into an engineering program in Alberta. Couple that

to accomplish.” 7


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In less than 50 years, the University of Lethbridge has built an outstanding record of research performance, and is one of Canada’s leading research institutions. Thanks to donor support, our faculty and students are bringing new light to problems and possibilities. The results of these efforts extend well beyond campus and impact communities across Alberta and around the world.


A natural resource The University of Lethbridge’s Westcastle Field Station

— but they were all seen as stop-gap measures.

was, by all accounts, an untapped resource. It made

“We saw an opportunity to be involved in creating long-

perfect sense then when Shell Canada, a world leader

term, sustainable infrastructure that would benefit both

in resource extraction, served as the catalyst for a

the community in and around Waterton and also those

redevelopment project that has created opportunities

who conduct research in the Castle,” says Ryan C. Smith,

for expanded research, student training and community

senior environmental planner with Shell Canada. “These

outreach initiatives for years to come.

types of opportunities are very important to us.”

The new Westcastle Field Station now fully represents

With help from a $100,000 Shell Canada donation,

the ideal of the University’s founders, who leased the

the field station now features a second building

five-acre tract of land at the foot of the Rocky Mountains

(Shell Dormitory), accommodates 23 beds and three

when the U of L was just in its infancy. Their prescient

bathrooms, an expanded kitchen facility, increased lab

thinking, to fully utilize the University’s unique geographic

space, exterior storage, new water storage, a fire-alarm

setting and establish a base for research activities and

system and better road access. The end result is a station

environmental stewardship in one of the world’s most

that can now host numerous students and researchers

pristine settings, can now be fully realized.

and has the capacity for community outreach initiatives.

“There was always the view that we really wanted to

“We’ve been running field courses in geography,

improve this facility so that we could make the most of

environmental science and biology that were dispersed

its outstanding location and the research opportunities

and scattered around because we had no core facility,”

it provided,” says Dr. Stewart Rood, a faculty member in

says Rood. “Now we have a viable field station in a prime

the Department of Biology. “Now we have a field station

and accessible location.”

that will allow for those activities.” It is a base that lends itself to creating meaningful Established in the University’s initial days, the original field

learning experiences for students.

station was constructed in 1970 on a five-acre parcel of land in Castle Provincial Park, just five kilometres from

“If you asked my students a decade after they graduate

Castle Mountain Ski Resort. It began with a pre-fabricated

what they remember, a high proportion of them will

wood cabin with adjacent wooden pads for canvas tents

remember the field experiences,” says Rood. “Ironically,

that were meant to serve as dormitories.

it’s a very inefficient way to get content across. It’s much easier to present bullet points on a screen in a classroom

Over the years, safety (bears aren’t easily deterred by

but those lessons don’t become embedded in the

canvas) and practicality (generators were replaced with

students, they don’t really become a part of who they are.

line electricity) led to a number of changes to the site.

To actually go out and see something and discover its

An ATCO-style trailer was added as a lab to free up dorm

natural place is invaluable.”

space in the cabin and eventually various trailers and campers made their way on-site to meet space demands

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“We saw an opportunity to be involved in creating longterm sustainable, infrastructure that would benefit both the community and those who conduct research in the Castle.� Ryan C. Smith

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There’s a calming air to her very presence. A warmth

In addition to supporting the next generation of

that soothes your soul, making you feel welcome,

practitioners, Takeda is turning to science to help

cared for, seen.

build evidence for acupuncture to become part of the

Dr. Wendy Takeda has devoted her life and career to her

mainstream health-care system and increase accessibility.

patients, their well-being, and to advancing the field of

She’s teamed up with Dr. Brenda Leung, an assistant

alternative health care and the science behind it.

professor in Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, and

An acupuncturist and traditional Chinese medicine practitioner, Takeda is the owner of Elements Physical Therapy and Acupuncture Ltd., a thriving and highly respected clinic in Lethbridge. Her practice is full, and she helps thousands of people each year. Although the hours are long and the days are full, the work energizes Takeda. “My patients inspire me,” she says. “They make me want to do better. I work hard because of them, and when they feel better, I feel better.” After completing her undergraduate degree in physical therapy at the University of Alberta in 1987, she went on to complete a master of science (researching the effectiveness of medical acupuncture) in 1992 and a doctorate in acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine in 1998. She became a partner in a local physiotherapy clinic in 1993 then opened her own practice in 2001. Today, Takeda

the Emmy Droog Chair in Complementary and Alternative Health Care (CAHC) at the U of L. Together, they are embarking upon a new study to investigate the use of acupuncture for treating anxiety in children and adolescents. “Over recent years, I’ve seen this segment of my practice grow and I’ve been effectively treating more and more children for anxiety with acupuncture, which calms the limbic systems,” Takeda explains.

“I hope the award will help more students be able to pursue a career in alternative or complementary medicine.”

is considered a pioneer of acupuncture in Lethbridge;

Dr. Wendy Takeda

she was one of the first to bring this Eastern practice to southern Alberta. “Looking back, being a graduate student was a difficult time and it was very hard to get funding, particularly in the

The study, which is supported by the 2015 Canadian CAM

field of alternative health,” she recalls. “And I think it’s even

Research Fund, will enable Takeda and Leung to systemically

more difficult for students today,” she says.

collect data and substantiate these findings.

A healer at heart, it’s a concern Takeda is working to help

“Being able to collaborate with Dr. Takeda provides a key

remedy. Already a long-time supporter of the University

connection to people in the community and to address

of Lethbridge, in 2015 she created the Elements Physical

their questions, concerns and issues,” says Leung. “Today’s

Therapy & Acupuncture Award, which will be given

research must consider diverse perspectives, including

annually to two graduate-level students in health sciences

academics, clinicians and patients. This is especially true

beginning next fall.

for nonconventional practices like acupuncture, where

“I hope the award will help more students be able to pursue a career in alternative or complementary medicine,” she says. “In turn, I hope it helps those students educate the community on the important

practitioners have not been included in the past. This collaboration between the U of L and Dr. Takeda will set an example for how (CAHC) practitioners can get involved in research.”

role alternative health plays in conjunction with

For Takeda, it’s simply the next step on a lifelong journey,

Western medicine.”

a journey to improve her patients’ entire well-being — physically, emotionally and mentally — through the science of acupuncture.

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Healer at heart

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At the University of Lethbridge, not all lessons take place in the classroom. Thanks to your support, students take their learning beyond the textbook. As Pronghorn athletes, student club members, interns and community volunteers, students learn to set strategy, communicate objectives, build effective teams and help make tomorrow brighter.


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Rising above “I truly believe that music can change a life forever

says Wayne. “He didn’t do a formal university music

because that is what it has done for me.”

program but he was always just soaking it up

Those are the words of the late Josh Burton, a young

whenever he could.”

man whose heart was full of music and who was

Music and education are two strong themes in

loved by all who met him.

the Burton family. Josh shared a love of music with

A musician, a composer, a humanitarian, Josh passed away tragically after a vehicle accident in Guatemala in 2013, just a few months away from the end of his

Wayne and with his father, Allan. Josh’s mother Heather (BEd ’89) is a strong supporter of learning in all its forms.

two-year mission through the Church of Jesus Christ

U of L student Logan Amon was the first to receive

of Latter Day Saints. He was 23 years old.

the Josh Burton Memorial Award. For Logan, the

To honour him, Josh’s uncle and aunt — Dr. Wayne Burton (BSc ’97) and Jasmine Burton — established the Josh Burton Memorial Award at the University of Lethbridge in 2015. The award will help U of L music students establish their careers in music. “Josh was always a very energetic and driven young man; he was a great person to be around. He had a lot of friends wherever he lived,” Wayne lovingly remembers. “He was, among other things, a great musician. He played piano; he studied the different classical composers but very much wanted to take it and run with it himself. He composed a lot of music

award has helped him pursue his own passion for music. “I am so grateful to be a recipient of the award,” he says. “It is a great honour to be awarded in the memory of someone who was so talented in music and devoted to serving others.”

“We thought it was really fitting to have Josh be recognized because he certainly was a learner.”

himself and eventually recorded an album that I

Dr. Wayne Burton

helped him with.” A physician and an accomplished inspirational musician, Wayne obtained a Bachelor of Science at the University of Lethbridge before he completed

In 2011, Josh had said: “If people can listen to my

medical school at the University of Utah. As he and

music and walk away considering themselves better

Jasmine were both raised in southern Alberta, they

off for having heard it, then I would consider myself

returned and made Lethbridge their home. When

a successful artist.”

they considered supporting a U of L scholarship program, they immediately recalled Josh’s love of music.

Although Josh’s life was cut far too short, his words and his music live on. He will continue to inspire for generations to come.

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Community builder Playing professional hockey was a boyhood dream for the

Harry was the driving force behind it and its ultimate

late Harry Cox. Growing up in the small town of Plunkett,

achievement,” says Jerry LeGrandeur, who was on the

Sask., in the late 1920s and ’30s, he put those dreams

U of L Board of Governors with Harry at the time. “He was

aside and went to work to help provide for his mother and

tenacious in his efforts and his enthusiasm was contagious.

siblings after his father had passed away. Although Harry’s

As I look back, I think it unlikely that the hockey program

personal hockey ambitions were never fully realized, his

would have happened as soon as it did without Harry’s

impact on the game and his community was exponential.

commitment and effort.”

In the 1950s, Harry and his wife Mildred moved to

In addition to personally donating to the initiative, Harry

Lethbridge where they raised their family (two sons, Brad

also gave his time and helped raise the funds to get the

and Geoff, and a daughter, Karen), and Harry began a

program started.

remarkable career in the insurance industry. He worked for London Life for 37 years and his sons went on to

“Dad supported the hockey program because that is where

established Cox Financial Group, which today is a third-

his heart was,” says Brad.

generation family business in Lethbridge. But this is just the beginning of Harry’s legacy.

In 1983, the Horns took to the ice. The team won a national title in 1994, sparking the career of coach Mike Babcock,

“Harry really loved Lethbridge,” Mildred recalls. “He wanted

and over the last three decades, has graduated education,

to see Lethbridge grow, and he wanted to help make

business, community and industry leaders alike.

that happen.” “Because Dad never had the opportunity for a postThe Lethbridge Y’s Men, the Lethbridge Community

secondary education, being on the Board and establishing

Foundation, the United Way and the University of

the men’s hockey program was a real highlight for him,”

Lethbridge Board of Governors are just a few of the

says Geoff. “He also really believed that hockey was a way to

organizations Harry devoted time to.

connect the University with the community.”

“Dad was a community builder,” says Brad. “He helped bring

Over the years, Harry and the Cox family remained strong

the Canada Winter Games to Lethbridge in 1975, he helped

supporters of the Horns and the University. “We’d often

raise the capital for the Lethbridge Sportsplex and the

have the players over for dinner and BBQs,” recalls Mildred.

Lethbridge YMCA. He was a real behind-the-scenes kind of

“And even after Harry became ill with Parkinson’s disease,

guy who made things happen.”

he’d still be at the rink.”

Throughout the years, Harry’s love for hockey never faded.

The Cox family is a long-time supporter of student

In fact, his passion for the game gave focus to his efforts.

scholarships; Harry even directed a life insurance policy to the men’s hockey team with a scholarship. They also

In the 1970s, Harry assisted in bringing a Junior B League to

support Parkinson’s research at the U of L.

Lethbridge and he was co-owner of the Junior A Lethbridge Longhorns franchise for a year. Then in the early ’80s, he

In 2014, Harry passed away. While his presence is greatly

played a key role in establishing the men’s Pronghorns

missed at Nicholas Sheran Arena — the Home of the Horns

hockey program at the U of L.

— his vision lives on. It is carried in the hearts of the players who proudly wear the U of L’s blue and gold; the fans who

“Although there were a number of individuals who worked to achieve the goal of a hockey program, in my view,

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cheer them on; and the community that stands together.


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The University of Lethbridge stands as it does today because a dedicated group of community leaders and supporters believed southern Alberta warranted its own university.

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In less than 50 years, the University of Lethbridge has evolved from an idea to one of Canada’s top-ranked universities and leading research institutions. Our campus, which was once just a small corner on the Lethbridge Junior College campus, now spans 500 acres and has shaped Lethbridge’s west side. We boast worldrenowned researchers and educators; state-of-the-art facilities; approximately 8,400 students each year; nearly 1,200 employees; a $1.1-billion economic impact on our province; and more 40,000 alumni who are – literally – changing the world. This is just the beginning. On the eve of our 50th anniversary, we are looking to the future. A future that is possible because of you.


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Sparking innovation “I truly believe we will change the world through education.” Bruce McKillop

“To be an entrepreneur, you have to be open-minded

campuses.

and willing to take a risk,” says local business leader and University of Lethbridge alumnus Bruce McKillop (BASc (BA)

Through AGILITY, students will learn about innovative thinking

’70). “But — you have to be smart. You have to be inquisitive.

and developing ideas from renowned faculty and leaders in

You have to think things through. And you have to be able to

the business and social innovation community. They will have

execute on your idea.”

the opportunity to work in a cross-disciplinary environment and have the space, tools and mentorship to bring their ideas

After spending the last four decades in business in Lethbridge,

to life.

you could say that being an entrepreneur is in Bruce’s blood. His father, Charles (Bud) McKillop, was the founder of

“That’s the beauty of AGILITY,” he says. “Students will

McKillop Insurance & Registry. Bruce’s daughter (and fellow

learn about entrepreneurism and risk-taking in a supportive

U of L alumnus) Sonya McKillop (BMgt ’01) followed in their

environment that is strongly grounded in liberal education,

footsteps and is currently at the company’s helm as president,

and when they graduate, they will be ahead of the game.”

making McKillop Insurance & Registry a third-generation family business.

Bruce says his liberal education gave him the skills he needed to succeed in business, and is quick to add that supporting

Having set his roots in Lethbridge, Bruce says supporting local

AGILITY and tomorrow’s entrepreneurs, “is a no-brainer.”

initiatives is one way he gives back to the community that helped him along the way. When the U of L launched AGILITY

“There are unlimited possibilities,” he says.

last spring, Bruce was one of the first to step forward and

“This is the beginning of something significant for our

show his support for the program and his alma mater.

university.”

“Lethbridge wouldn’t be the same without the university,” he says. “Both the university and the college keep the community young, and I truly believe we will change the world through education.” A new university-wide initiative, AGILITY has been designed to nurture and support innovation and entrepreneurism among U of L students on both the Lethbridge and Calgary

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Imagining possibilities Since the University of Lethbridge first announced the

where it is today,” says Fiorino. “I remember thinking how

Destination Project in 2013, we’ve said: “We’re imagining

much the students and faculty members would benefit

possibilities; we are being bold in our thinking; we are

from the devoted space, and how a science facility would

thinking about science not for today, but 50 years

advance research at the University and really benefit the

from now.”

entire community.”

One visionary donor, alumnus Dr. Michael Fiorino

Today, a new Science and Academic Building is moving

(BSc ’78), a medical doctor in Edmonton, Alta., began

from imagination to reality. The 36,000 square metre

imagining possibilities long before.

building is well into the design phase and the future is beginning to take shape.

On a note clipped to a donation cheque to the U of L, Fiorino included this message: “Direct this to where it

The new Science and Academic Building will be a place

matters most. Personally, I would like it to go towards a

for community engagement and outreach; a place

science building fund.”

with innovation laboratories where undergraduate and graduate research opportunities develop; where

The year was 2004.

knowledge moves from the lab to industry; a place that fosters the next generation of researchers, innovators,

“As a U of L student, I saw the original concept model of University Hall, which extended north well beyond

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entrepreneurs and leaders.


A key theme guiding the planning process is

enhance and support entrepreneurship through the

transdisciplinary research and collaboration.

training of students in leading-edge teaching and research laboratories and will provide high quality space

“We are envisioning scientists and researchers working

to foster industry collaboration and potentially the

together to share resources and expertise outside

development of new companies.

of their traditional disciplines to achieve a common scientific goal,” explains Dr. Craig Cooper, dean of the

The project will be transformational, the largest

Faculty of Arts & Science. “Research benefits from

construction project to take place on campus since the

different perspectives, different approaches. Students

original construction of University Hall. It will shape the

learn from and appreciate the value of work done by

future of the University of Lethbridge and southern

other disciplines, creating well-rounded individuals. It

Alberta for generations to come.

benefits students and researchers by allowing them to place their work in a greater context.”

Imagine the possibilities — yes. And now we are working to make them a reality.

The new Science and Academic Building will allow faculty to more easily incorporate modern teaching

To learn more about the Destination Project, visit:

methodologies into evolving curriculums. It aims to

destinationproject.ca

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Your generosity, combined with that of hundreds of others, enables the University of Lethbridge to increase education opportunities for students, provide necessary resources for research and build state-of-the-art facilities.

The following recognizes our lifetime donors and the many dedicated individuals, corporations and organizations that generously supported the University of Lethbridge in 2015.

Thank you for sharing our vision.

LIFETIME DONORS Anonymous (25) 1st Choice Savings and Credit Union Ltd. Agrium Inc. Evelyn Aimis Al Azhar Shriners (Lethbridge Shrine Club) Alberta Blue Cross Alberta Health Services AADAC Alberta Lottery Board Alberta Natural Gas Alberta Real Estate Foundation Alberta Society of Professional Biologists Alberta Wheat Commission ALCOA Foundation Christopher Allen Illana Aloni AltaGas Ltd. Gisele Amantea AMOCO Canada Anderson Exploration Anderson's Medical Dental Pharmacy Ltd. Estate of Teresa Andrus Arthur J. E. Child Foundation APEGA AstraZeneca Canada Inc. ATB Financial ATCO Group

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Courtney Atkinson Lottie Austin and George Evelyn Walter Bachinski Mowrie Baden Lawrence and Wilma Barany Randy Bardock Troy and Karen Basarab BDO Ron Bell Reginald Bennett Bennett Jones LLP Raj Bhogal Reginald and Lita Bibby Black Velvet Distilling Company BMO Bank of Montreal Estate of Myrtle R. Bodie Peter Boyd BP Canada Energy Company Roland Brener Jacqueline Brien Irwin Browns Erwin Buck Burbridge Farm Ltd. Bill Burden Burlington Resources Wayne and Jasmine Burton Brent and Niki Button Feike and Margaret Bylsma C.S.T. Consultants Inc. Bill and Elsa Cade

Calgary Flames Limited Partnership Calgary Foundation Eric Cameron David and Vivian Campbell Rick and Ellen Campbell Canaccord Capital Corporation Canada Life Canada Safeway Limited Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers Canadian Council for the Arts Canadian Pacific Charitable Foundation Canbra Foods Ltd Hartford Cantelon CanWest Global Foundation Janet Cardiff David Carpenter and Cheryl Arelis Ian Carr-Harris Carthy Foundation Catwalk Salon Spa Cavendish Farms Corp. Cenovus Energy Certified General Accountants of Alberta Certified Management Accountants of Alberta Pierre Chamberland Don & Nadine Chandler

Charlton and Hill Ltd. Chartered Accountants' Education Foundation Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta Christian Chouinard Winston Wing-Tat Chow Family CIBC-Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce City of Lethbridge Pamela and Joseph Clark Clear Sky Radio Inc. Coca-Cola Bottling Ltd. CoCo Pazzo Italian Cafe Ronald Coleman Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta Community Spirit Grant Program ConAgra Foods Ltd. Dennis and Catherine Connolly ConocoPhillips Canada Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. Estate of Dr. James Coutts Jim Coutts Harry and Mildred Cox Levi Cox and Ryan Juss John Crabb Chris Cran Jean-Charles Crombez


Elizabeth Crone G. Sidney Cross DA Electric Ltd. Dayna B. Daniels John and Myrna Daniels Davidson and Williams LLP Bart and Cynthia Davies John and Karen Davies Davis GMC Buick Ltd. Nicholas de Grandmaison Sonia de Grandmaison Rene Despres Devon Canada Corporation Estate of Arthur and Annie Dorigatti Estate of Leopoldine Dorner Dorot Foundation Hilda and Gerhard Driedger Tom and Emmy Droog Dave Duckett David Duffin Robert Dufresne

Bill and Stefanie Forward Foster and Sons Jewellery Ltd. J P Foster and Family Graham Fowler and Catherine Perehudoff Fowler E. C. Fredericks Guy Gagnon Galt School of Nursing Alumnae Society Urs E. Gattiker James Gellman Genus Capital Management Inc. Gershon Iskowitz Foundation Joe and Bertha Ghert Alan Gibson and Pat Sarsfield Glastech Glazing Alberta Ltd Mira Godard Gold and Gold Productions Government of Alberta William Gracey Graduate Students' Association

Peter Hide James Hill and Karen Reid Barb and Eric Hillman Bob Hironaka Home Oil Horns Hockey Alumni Association Estate of Harley N. Hotchkiss Family of Richard Martin Howell Laurence Hoye Estate of Lila Huber David W. and Shirley Hughes IGM Financial Inc. Imperial Oil Foundation Liz Ingram Investors Group Financial Services Rita Irwin Avrom Isaacs Judy Jaeger Geoffrey James Jim Pattison Broadcast Group

Dan and Karen Laplante Cindy LaValley Mona LaValley Leslie Lavers Lethbridge Community Lottery Board #75 Lethbridge Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ltd. Lethbridge Iron Works Company Limited Lethbridge Public School Local 41 ATA Lethbridge School District No.51 Lethbridge Senior Men's Soccer Association Jacques Libersan A. Lielmanis Leon Liffmann Kenneth Lochhead John and Maybelle Lockhart Syd Lovell

“When someone believes in you enough to make a gift and provide funding, that’s huge. It changes the way you think about your education and improves your entire university experience. Thank you. Thank you for believing in students and investing in our future.” – Joel Snodgrass William Eakin Gordon Eberts Elements Physical Therapy and Acupuncture Ltd. William Elichen Ellison Milling Company Peter and Carol Emerson EnCana Corporation Enercon Water Treatment Ltd. Estate of Islay Erickson Ernst & Young LLP Paterson Ewen Ivan Eyre Fairmont Foundation Terry and Sheila Fenton Estates of Keith and Hope M. Ferguson Ferrari Westwood Babits Architects Rick and Rita Filanti Flanagan Foundation Jacqueline Flanagan Clair and H. Elaine Forestell Elizabeth Forrest Patrick Forrest Howard Forsyth

Gary Gray Great-West Life, London Life, Canada Life Peter and Olive Green Bert W. Griffin Martin and Sonya Grypma Myron Gushlak Paul Hacker Frederick Hagan Einard and Kay Haniuk Gregory Hardy William Harker and Dereka Thibault Estate of Alice Harper John Hartman Estate of Cora Hastings Douglas Haynes W. Vaughan and Marilyn Hembroff Helen Henderson and Dennis Neufeldt Ben Heppner Heritage Educational Foundation M. P. Hess M. Gudrun Hesse

JK Group / Teck Resources Limited Albert Johnson Terence Johnson Kent Jones Gordon and Elizabeth Jong Emerich Kaspar Kawneer Company Ltd. Garry Kennedy V. E.Kenwood Kay Kerr Mushtaq and Catherine Khan Robert A. Kimmitt and Family Knowledge First Foundation Christopher Kostyniuk KPMG Foundation KPMG LLP Blaine A. Kunz Wayne and Rhonda Kwan Chantal Laberge Claude Laberge Louise-Marie Laberge Laidlaw Foundation Lamb Weston, Inc. Alain Lamoureux Lantic Inc.

Majda Pahulje, Malcolm Lowings, Michael Lowings, Katherine Lowings Lowther Consultants Limited Estate of Dorothy Lundstad William MacDonnell Allan MacKay Landon MacKenzie Glen Mackey Ian MacLachlan and Diane Clark Alex and Norrie MacMillan Memorial Gordon MacNamara G. MacNeil Liz Magor Mike and Maureen Mahon Allan Markin Martin Bros. Funeral Chapel and Crematorium Ltd. Dale and Colleen Martin Vincent Martino Richard Masson Jennifer Mather Val and Flora Matteotti 27


Val Matteotti Ranches Ltd. McCain Foods (Canada) Billy McCarroll McDonald Auto Group Estate of Phyllis Mary McDonell Catherine McGilly-McCoy Bruce McKillop Guy and Tracy McNab Edward and Linda McNally Allan McWilliams Melcor Developments Ltd. E. F. Anthony Merchant Metis Education Foundation - an affiliate of the Metis Nation of Alberta Dan and Gail Michener Robert Michener Edward Mikhail Mathilde Miller Walter Joseph Mitchell MNP LLP Molson Inc. Michael and Joan Monaghan Monarch Corp. Kim G. C. Moody Mike Morrow Cherie Moses Mountview Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ltd. Muttart Foundation Douglas Myhre N G Campbell Holdings Ltd. Nat Christie Foundation National Salvage Co. Ltd. Eric Newell Nexen Inc. Norlien Foundation Nova Gas Kevin and Katharine Nugent Toni Onley Edward Orchard David Ornstein Lyndal Osborne Seamus and Judy O'Shea Ludvik and Danica Pahulje Pahulje Enteprises Ltd. Palix Foundation Parrish and Heimbecker Limited Bruce Parsons Warren Pashkowich

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Lorne Patzer Graham Peacock and Wendy C. Rollins Pembina Pipeline Corporation Pen-Bro Holdings Limited Penn West Exploration Penn West Petroleum Ltd. Harry Penner and Irene Klassen Penner Patricia Pennock Jim and Hazel Penny Estate of Kathleen Pepper Dale Percy William Perehudoff and Dorothy KnowlesPerehudoff Anil and Sheri Pereira Z. Perler Knud Petersen Petro Canada Potato Growers of Alberta J. Christopher Pratt Estate of John Digby Prentice John and Connie Prentice PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Provident Energy Stephen Pustil RBC Financial Group through RBC Foundation Richardson Oilseed Ltd. Ricoh Canada Inc. Robert J. Turner Professional Corporation David Roberts Art Robinson Rogers Broadcasting Limited Robert and Minda Rogerson Roloff Beny Foundation Fred Romanuk Richard Rooney Catherine Ross David Ross Royal Host Hotels and Resorts Randy and Jane Royer Terrance and Maureen Royer Earl Rumm Estate of Victor Ruryk Jared Sable Ron and Joyce Sakamoto Kevin Sassa Tony Scherman

Scotiabank Robert Scott Brian Scully Yosh and Florence Senda Dean and Natalie Setoguchi A. W. Shackleford Robert and Mildred Shackleford Max Shafir Kelly R. H. Shannon Stan Shapson Shell Canada Limited Miriam Shiell Shoppers Drug Mart Muriel Shortreed Ron Shuebrook David Silcox and Linda Intaschi T. Gordon Sim Sandra Simpson Simpson-Markinch Charitable Foundation Leo and Phyllis Singer Melissa Singer Rick and Brune Sinneave Estate of Mary T. Skelton Stephen Smart Society of Edmonton Demographers Southern Stationers Limited Raymond and Ingrid Speaker Bill and Shannon Spenceley David and Jo Spinks Evelyn Springer Maxine Stephens Stephure Family Leila Sujir Sun Life Financial Roger Swierstra Syngenta Canada Inc. James and Tanya Szarko T & E Ventures Inc. A. D. Taliano Talisman Energy Inc. TD Bank Financial Group Teck Coal Limited Teck Resources Ltd. TELUS Communications Inc. Howard and Sharon Tennant Rex and Jean Tennant David Thauberger The Ralph Klein Foundation

The Spenceley Group The Wood's Homes Foundation Tim Rollingson Professional Corporation Claudio Tocchio Robert Tocchio TransAlta Corporation TransCanada Corporation TSX Venture Exchange Robert and Carol Dawn Turner Estate of Jim Twa U of L Foundation Douglas Udell United Way of Greater Toronto University of Lethbridge Alumni Association University of Lethbridge Faculty Association University of Lethbridge Students Tony Urquhart Peter Valjas Thorpe Van de Mark Dave and Marilyn Van Gaalen Della Van Gaalen Tony and Lorraine Van Leuken Cor Van Raay Van Raay Farms Glenn and Janice Varzari W. Garfield Weston Foundation Nancy and Paul Walker Ian Wallace Maxwell Ward John and Barbara Warren George Webber Simon Weinberg Wesbridge Construction Limited Edward White Terry Whitehead Estate of Ida Wiens Darol and Evelyn Wigham Ron Wigham Wigham Resources Ltd. John Will Lela Wilson Val Wilson Warren Wilson Mark Wiltshire Wind River Glass Ltd. Clive Wulwik

GIFTS FOR STUDENT AWARDS


Anne Wyse Xerox Canada Ltd. Maurice Yacowar Yamagishi Family

Ronald and Kathryn Yoshida Robert Youds George A. and Kathleen Young Young Parkyn McNab LLP

Young's Securities Limited Tim Zuck Irving Zucker

FIAT LUX DONORS Anonymous (42) Palmer and Lise Acheson Rheta and Andy Anderson Estate of Teresa Andrus Estate of Islay Arnold Courtney Atkinson Estate of John Babick John Beattie Estate of C.B. Beaty Estate of Roloff Beny Peter Bergen Cheryl Binassi Estate of Myrtle Bodie Martin and Sylvia Brice David Schwass and Darla Bruns Janet Campbell Alex and Norrie MacMillan Memorial Jim Coutts Harry and Mildred Cox Estate of Arthur and Annie Dorigatti Estate of Leopoldine Dorner Estate of Bernd Ebel Estate of Islay Erickson Estate of Keith and Hope Ferguson

Eugenia Friebe Roderick and Marie Gaunt Darcy Gonci Estate of Stanley John Gregory Ken Hakstol Estate of Corrine Hamilton Einard and Kay Haniuk Mat and Anita Hanrahan Estate of Alice Harper Estate of Cora Hastings M. P. Hess Estate of Clarence L. Hill Kal Holloway Estate of Margaret Ann Hornsby Estate of Harley Hotchkiss Estate of Lila Huber David W. Hughes and Shirley Hughes Andrew Hurly and Elizabeth Saunders Estate of Sydney Wayne Jackman JP Christopher Jackson and Raymond Robertson Estate of Walter Jessop Mushtaq Ahmed and Catherine Khan

Pam Lavers Ken and Kathy Lewis Estate of Dorothy Marie Lundstad Kathryn MacFarlane Richard F. Mallory Dawn Lorraine McBride Estate of Phyllis Mary McDonell Estate of Robert J. McDowell Dan and Gail Michener Estate of Maurice Mitchell Peter Mortimer-Rae Estate of Louis Moser Aaron Nakama Estate of Martin Oordt Mary and Martin Oordt Estate of Kathleen Pepper Knud Petersen Estate of John Prentice Constance Prentice Joe Prins Estate of Gwendolyn W. Pullen Terrance and Maureen Royer Estate of Victor Nicholas Ruryk Estate of Leo and Phyllis Singer Estate of Bill and Mary Skelton David and Jo Spinks

Elke Sundstrom Roger Swierstra Estate of Norman Swyers Elisabeth Tajcnar Howard and Sharon Tennant Real and Nancy Theberge Robert and Carol Dawn Turner Estate of Jim Twa Estate of Peter and Margaret Veer Cindy Venhuis Estate of George Watson Jean Wells Kathleen Wells Terry Whitehead Estate of Ida Wiens Val Wilson York Estate

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2015 DONORS Anonymous (48) 101001421 Saskatchewan Ltd. 1030159 Alberta Ltd. McDonald Nissan 1532733 Alberta Ltd. 1914598 Ltd. 1st Choice Savings and Credit Union Ltd. 347206 Alta Ltd. o/a Management Resource Services 347665 Alberta Ltd. 41266 Yukon Inc. 520236 AB Ltd./L.A. Lounge 740721 Alberta Ltd. A.G. McNab Professional Corporation Omar Abbas Palmer and Lise Acheson Patrick and Joy Ackerman Joyce Adachi Carly Adams Paul Adams Louise Adamschek Kristin Ailsby Elena Aitken Al Azhar Shriners (Lethbridge Shrine Club) Alberta Blue Cross Alberta Potato Industry Association Alberta Soccer Association Rebekah Albu Kerry Alcock Bruce Aleman Bryan Alexander Kristine Alexander Matt Alexander Mike and Shelly Alexander Peter Alexander Ken Allan Don Allen Josh Allen Scott Allen Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge Barbara Allisen Jody Alston Scott and RaeAnn Althen AMA Insurance Alycia Amatto Sandra and Michael Amatto Guillermo Anais Karen Ander Bruce Anderson Bryon Anderson Garrett Anderson Heather Anderson

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Jennifer Anderson John Anderson Larry Anderson and Janine Andrews Linda Anderson Andrew Hilton Wine Merchants Ltd. David Androkovich Robert Androkovich Alan Andron Jay Angerilli Alan Ankutowicz Annapolis Capital Ltd. Christopher Anton Archaeological Society of Alberta Cheryl Arelis and David Carpenter Jesse Arik C and J Arnoldussen Margaret Arnott Audulio Arriaga ASDC Southwest Cynthia Ashiofu Launa Aspeslet and Michael Ricketts ATB Financial ATCO Group Courtney Atkinson Heather Atkinson Lesia Atkinson ATLATL Archaeology Ltd. Gordon Atwood Christy and Roy Audet Erica Augsten Olu Awosoga Gord Ayers Taha Azizi Aaron Babiak Christopher Babits Dixie Bach Nicole Bach Backstreet Pub and Pizza Badlands Construction Ltd. Tammy Lynn Baedke Anthony Baer Barbara Baerg John Bain and Elizabeth Schultz Joyce Bainbridge Cody Baker Susan Bakker Russell Balmer Baltyk Investments Inc. Shelley Baran Jason Baranec Randy Bardock Yerosen Barego Amber Bareham

Donna Bareham Darren Barfuss Karin Barg Al Barnhill David Barrus Jodi Bartell & Matt Groenheide Troy and Karen Basarab BASF Canada Fred and Pat Baskerville Kelly Baskerville Phyllis Baskin Victoria Baster Olive Batchelor Bateman Bluekens Wealth Management & National Bank Financial Linda Bateman Erika Bauer Annie Baumback Jeanine Baxter BC Lions Football Club Inc. Beachcomber Hot Tubs Pools and Patio Sean Beattie Lorraine Beaudin and Lon Carlson Justin Beaver Shelley Beck Jason Becker Aaron Becking Janet Becking Corey Bedard Richard Beekman Nick Beer Majid Behbahani and Evelyn Budd Hessina Bekkering John Bekkering Bel-Aire Welding Jared Bell Tim and Brenda Bell Mark Bellamy Casey Bellemare Stephanie Benassi Susan Bengry Donald Bengtson Connie Beninger Dennis Bennett Marion and Ron Bennett Michael and Diane Bennett Cory Beres Ingrid and George Berg David and Salma Bergen Emma Bergen Colleen Bermel Jennifer Berndt Lara Bertsch Brett Besselink

Brenda Best Bernie Betke Katie Bevans Maralon Bevans Reginald and Lita Bibby Beth Bidarian Camille Bieber Logan Biesterfeldt Ramona Big Head Maria Big Snake Bigelow Fowler Clinic James Bilcox Bill Dallas Consulting Cheryl and Bruno Binassi Mary-Elaine Bishoff John Black Valerie Black Barbara BlackBird BlackBridge Geomatics Corp. April Blackmer Kayla Blacquiere Greg Blain Greg Blair Marcel Blais David Blakeley Ted Blondin Blood Tribe Administration Gord Bloudoff Dana Blouin Ryan Bly BMO Bank of Montreal BMO Financial Group Ian and Katherine Boast Jochen Bocksnick Leon Bodrug Norbert and Pat Boehm Debbie Boehr Faye and Hank Boer Vanessa Boila John and Jeraldine Bolton Arie and Margaret Bomhof Jordan Bonette Spencer Bonetti Glenda Bonifacio and Family K-Lyn Bonogofski Dorothy Boras Julie Boras Daniel Bosters Patricia Bot Beverley Botter Jan Boudreau Toby and Bernadine Boulet Matt Boulton Thomas and Karen Bourassa Steve Bouwkamp Amber-Joy Boyd Patrick S. Boyd Donna Boyd-Stadelmann


Kathy Boyle Riley Boyle Tim Boyle Gary Bradbury and Andra Johnson Dave Brady Rose Brady-Halaska Michelle Braid Brand Billing Management Inc. Scott Brandt Heather and Todd Brantner Adam Brasic Cory Braun Kathy Brecht Clifford and Shirley Breitkreuz Brent C. Bluekens Professional Corp. Bridge City Chrysler Dodge Jeep Inc. Annette and Michael Bright Robin and Glenn Bright Kyle Broadbent Greg Brodner Jennifer Brodoway Steve Brodrick Travis Broen Geri Bronson Cathy Brooks Jeff Brose Cole Brown Lesley Brown Matt Brown Peggy E. Brown Steve Brown Karen and Ray Brownlee Brown’s Social House Lethbridge Eric Bruce Trudy and Michael Bruchet Bonnie Brunner

Burbridge Farm Ltd. Stephen Burger Christopher Burton and Charleen Davidson Dennis and Christine Burton Loralee Burton Wayne and Jasmine Burton Candice Bussing Joelle and Julian Butcher S. Byers C.S.T. Consultants Inc. C.V. Benefits Inc. Travis Cahoon Kevin Calder M. Calder Tony Caldicott Chris Caldwell Calgary Flames Foundation Calgary Flames Limited Partnership Calgary Foundation Bobby Cameron Michael Campbell Robert Campbell Tory Campbell Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers Canadian Petroleum Tax Society Canz Holdings Dora Capatos Capital Bookkeeping Solutions Cardtronics Canada Cargill Limited Doug Carle Elaine Carlson Chad Carmine Carla Carnaghan Calvin Carpenter Rick Carter

Connie Chaplin Bill and Debra Chapman Guy and Kim Chapman Monica Chapman William and Linda Chapman Chartered Accountants' Education Foundation Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta Jesse Cheetham Mary Chervenka Ariel Chessall Brian Cheung John Chief Calf Keith Chiefmoon Jamie and Laurie Chinn Dennis and Sylvia Chinner Chinook Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Michael Chmielewski Eric Choi Jackie Cholach David & Karen Chown Casey Christensen Tony Christensen Gina Christianson Aaron Chubb Gareth Chudleigh City of Lethbridge Christine Clark Erin Clark Shannon Clark Terry Clark Toby Clark Jeff and Lisa Clarke Yvonne Clarke Clear Sky Radio Inc. David Clearwater Carol Clifford Brett Clifton

Brenda Cohen Debbie Cole Brett Coleman Mimika Coleman Dana Coles Mike and Sherri Collens Melville and Flo Collier Melissa Collin David and Jayna Collingridge Savanna Collison Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta Ryan Conn Dean Conners ConocoPhillips Canada Jason Constant Shawn Conte Curtis Contenti Alyssa Contrino Margaret Cook Michael Coolidge Brett Cooper Jennifer Copeland Leanne Coquet Ron and Laurel Corbiere Joel Cordes Gloria and Michael Cormican Elizabeth Cormier Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. Tony Coulson County of Lethbridge No. 26 Kathryn Cousins Katie Couture Terry Cove-Drefs Todd and Karen Coverdale Harold Coward Cox Financial Group Ltd. Mildred and Harry Cox Coyote Flats Charolais Ltd.

“Without the scholarships I probably wouldn’t have been able to continue my studies. I’m very grateful to donors and I give them a huge thank you for recognizing my hard work.” – Trishell Provost Darren Bryant Gary Buchanan Janice Buchy Tom and Tracy Budd Michael Buenafe Kristin Buhrmann Kathleen Buie Natasha Buis Deering Bev Bullis Deb Bullock

Charlotte Caton Carolin Cattoi-Demkiw Cenovus Employee Foundation Centron Group of Companies Certified Management Accountants of Alberta CFUW-Lethbridge Chapter Brigida Chambers Cynthia M. Chambers Don & Nadine Chandler

Bryna Cline Cloverdale Paint Inc. Coaldale Food Market Jacqueline Coates Cobblestone Manor Coca-Cola Refreshments Canada Kathy Cochrane Grace and Tom Cockburn Grizzly Media

Teresa Cracknell Terry and Mervin Cradduck Craig's Home Sales Naomi Cramer Michelle Crane Erin Crane Trevor Crittenden Jonathan Crombie and Feliza Alviz Art and Mary Jane Crooks 31


Crop Life Canada - Alberta Mike and Kathy Crowe Taylor Crozon Greg Cruickshank Lizza Cruz Darryl Culp Lindsy Cummings Cheryl Currie Curt Makepeace Ken Curtis Larry Curtis N. Lee and Elaine Cutforth Czech-Mate Livestock D & M Contractors Rafaela Da Cruz Penny D'Agnone Zoe Dahl Dagmar Dahle Christianne Dahlman Ryan Dalgleish Real Dallaire Dan R. Anderson Professional Corporation Dayna B. Daniels Jeff Danyliuk Alan Dar Helene Darcel Christyna Dashko Kalyna Dashko Shirin Dattani Resul Dauti Dave Burton Dave Thomsen Enterprises Ltd. Anne Davey David R Burton Professional Corporation Davidson and Williams LLP Nathanial Davidson Peter Davidson Bart and Cynthia Davies Darren Davies Josh Davies Travis Davies Marie Davis Doris Davis Davis GMC Buick Ltd. Michael Davis

Sherry Davis Faye Dawson Willemina Dawson Erin de Coninck Smith Nicolas de Cosson Sylvie de Grandpre Darryl de Jonge Dylan de Peuter John Dea Dean Leuzinger Dean Spriddle Enterprises Ltd. Brian and Kathy DeClark David & Flora DeCock Natasha Deering Alyssa DeGraaf Richelle Degroot Sandra DeGroot Diane and Aurelio Delbello Howard Dell Delrei Roofing, Exteriors & Restoration David Demian Kim Derksen Matthew Derricott Brad Dersch Sharon Dersch Joanne Des Roche Felix Desmarais Therese Despins Kallie Desruisseaux Trenna Devoy Debra Dexter Jessica Dexter Lynnette and Troy Dezall John Diaz Brady Dibben Nancy Dick Alan and Lesia Dickson Dianne Diercks Sheila Dietzen Michael and Michelle Dimnik Aaron Dittrich Jeff Dixon Jesse Dixon Adam Dleikan Jon and Barb Doan Martie Dobbs

Henry Doeve Jeffrey Doherty Chelsea Dolan Coreen Dolan Roland Dolley Douglas and Teresa Dolman Ning Dong Doram Farms Ltd. Chris Dore Dorren Electric 1985 Ltd. Andrew Dottridge Double V Trucking Ltd. Angel Doucette Gerry Doucette Gerard and Angela Dower Angela Downey Tom and Cheri Doyle Ulrich and Elizabeth Drachenberg Whitney Dragon Roxanne Drake Maria Draper Tseten Drawu Susan Drblik Lynne Driessen Bhagwan and Swarn Dua Dave Dube Ducan Industries Inc. Dallas Ducheminsky Peter Duckett Steven Dudas Brian Dudley Dueck Bros. Trucking Ltd. Emery & Sharon Dueck Jesse Dueck Randy and Candace Dueck Ruth Dueck Gary and Beverly Duell Ali Duff John Duffin Abby Duguid Tannis Dukart Rob DuMont Jodie Dunbar Clint Dunford Dunlop Ford Sales Ltd. Debbie Dunning

Steven Dunsmore DuPont Pioneer Brian Dyck Phil and Mary Dyck Charmaine Dykslag Anne Dymond Keith and Ellie Dys Ben Dyste Kyra Dziedzic Kashtin Eagle Bear John Easton Kelly Echlin Echoridge Educational Foundation Economic Development Lethbridge Pat Edelstein Kathy Eden Education Undergraduate Society Joan Elago Brittany Elder Elements Physical Therapy and Acupuncture Ltd. Penny Elford Wendy and Hans Elgby Dianne and Dennis Ell Matt Ellieff Leah Elliott Justin Ellis Robert Ellis Ellison Enterprises Ltd. Jennifer and Riley EllisToddington Auke and Ruth Elzinga Scott Emerson James Enman Rae Enman Corinne Enns Alfred Epp Leslie and Linda Epp Christopher Epplett Cheryl Erickson and Sterling Tracey Erickson-Driscoll and Dave Driscoll Mark Erler Cindy Ermus

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Graeme Erskine Luis Espinosa Luigi and Elaine Esposito Eugenia Friebe David and Catherine Euston Charles Evans Lottie Austin and George Evelyn Ewan & McKenzie Law Office Chris Ewanchuk EXL Engineering Inc. F.M.R. Holdings (2009) Ltd. Brenda Faber John Fair Fairfield Appliance Services Ltd. Eugene Falkenberg Phyllis Fantazir Alesha Farfus-Shukaliak Catherine Farley Farmers Edge FarmLink Marketing Solutions Andrew Farrow Amanda Fath Susan Fedoruk Emily Felker Matt Fenske Rebecca Fenton Al Fernandez Carla Ferrari Ferrari Westwood Babits Architects FGL Sports Ltd. Karen Filbert Charles Filewych Dave Findlay Joe Fink Alysa and Michael Fisher Kaye Fisher Andrew Fitzgerald Jon Fitzgerald Maria Fitzpatrick Fleetwood Bawden School Council Mike and Charity Fleischhauer Jodi Fleming Flexahopper Plastics Ltd. Riley Flint Floorright Interiors Ltd. Julene Foggin Arnold and Dorothy Follinglo David and Anwen Fong Foremost Agencies Clair and H. Elaine Forestell Maryanne Forrayi Patrick Forrest Clarissa Foss Bryce Fossum Foster and Sons Jewellery Ltd.

Gary Foster J P Foster and Family Leah Fowler Amanda Fox Brenda Fox Daphne Fox Terri-Lynn Fox Robert Frame Helen Francis Terrilyn Francis Jane Franz Catherine and Richard Fraser Denton Fredrickson Lawrence Freemon Cathy Freer-Leszczynski Ang Fretts Friends of Horns Men's Basketball Society Allan Friesen Edward Friesen Elsie Friesen Karrie Friesen Norma Friesen Sandra Friesen Shelley Friesen Vic Friesen Tara Froehlich Robin Fry Gideon Fujiwara Orrie Fung Charles Funk John Funk Nikki Furukawa Phila Fyten Marty Gadd Margie Gal Sean Gaiesky Gail's Apothecary and Compounding Pharmacy Nick Gale Galko Homes Diane Gallagher Jodie Gallais Denise Gannon Laura Garder Brian Gardner Scott Garner Ron and Bev Garnett Leigh Garrod Chantelle Gartner Sue Gathercole Joe and Leslie Gatner Dawn Gauthier Ulf Geerds Rod Gelleny Tom and Truusje Genesis Genome Alberta Karen Genswein

ENTS WHO RECEIVED AWARDS

J. P. Gentile Geomatic Attic George B. Lomas Professional Corporation Jeff Gerestein Jennifer Gerringer Gibb Orthodontics Robbin Gibb Kristen Gibson Jason Gibson Mary Lou Giles Adam Gilewicz Sheila Gilker Bobby Gill Don Gill Vikramjit Gill Verna Gillespie Sandy Gillis Cheryl and Don Gilmore Ryon Gloeckler Andrea and Tom Glover Margot Glover Ian Godfrey Mary-Anne Going Ron and Joyce Sakamoto Claudia Gonzalez and Mark Walton Greg Goodman Leroy and Carole Goodreau Jessica Goodrider Daniel Gordon Scott Gordon Brad Goruk Matt and Erin Gough Government of Alberta Joey Grace Graduate Students’ Association Bart and Rumi Graham Bruce Graham Erin Graham Kelsey Graham Stephen Graham Judith and Morris Grant Wendy Grant Friederike Granzow Kara Granzow Colin Grassing Debbie Greeff Green Horwood & Co. LLP Fred Greene and Lisa Doolittle Olive Green Lynn Greenall Greenbelt Excavating Ltd. Fred Greene Cynthia Greenfield Ray Dorosz, Betsy Greenlees, Megan and Sam Dorosz Tara Gregg

Susan Gregorash Teresa Grice Nolan Grieb Scott and Renee Grieco Arlene Grimes Vicki Grisack Herbert and Maureen Groenenboom Eryn Groft Blaine and Connie Gross Jaclyn Groten Elizabeth Groves Elsie Groves Shawna Gruninger Neil Gruninger Tyler Gschaid G-Teck Enterprises Ltd. Kim Guathier Rebecca Gudmundson Kris Guenter Alicia Guilder Lois Gunderson Tannis Gunderson Karen Gunn Marlene Gurney Heather Hacior Farzaneh Haftani Theresa Hagel Andrew and Linda Hakin Rhys Hakstol Andrew Hale Geoffrey & Susan Hale Troy Hale Anthony Hall Sarah Hall Spencer Halluk Rita Halma Cliff and Melanie Hamilton Garrett Hamilton Quinn Hamilton Sterling Hamilton Bobby Hamm Casey Hanemayer Susan Hanlon Roger Hanna Ashley Hansen Bente Hansen TJ Hanson Hantech Engineering Ltd. Trevor Harder John Harding Jennifer Harker Tanya Harnett Irene and Peter Harris Katie Harris Ot Harrison Pamela Harrison Gordon E. Harrowing

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Lois Harrowing C. Yanover and Lynda Hartley Robin and Tanya Harvey Jill Harvie Hass and Marsh Wealth Management Group Paula Haubrich Haul-All Equipment Ltd. David Hay Marjorie Haynes Janis Heal Geri Hecker Patricia Hegedus Merete Heggelund George Heggenstaller Karl Heggenstaller Pete Heggenstaller Jennifer-Laura Heide Howard and Suzanne Heil Roelof and Fern Heinen Patrick Helmer Michelle Helstein Bradley Hembroff W. Vaughan and Marilyn Hembroff Adam Henderson Debbie Henderson Helen Henderson and Dennis Neufeldt Holly Henderson Lane Hendricks Todd Hendricks Glen Hendrickson Blaine Hendsbee Brian Hennings and Jesse Helmeczi Sharon Henry Wendy and Daryl Herbers Allan Herbig Heritage Educational Foundation Allen Herman Brittany Hermanson Gregory Hermanson Eysill Hernandez Gudrun Hesse William Hews Mike Hiebert High Level Athletic Therapy and Sports Injuries Clinic High Performance Hockey Candy Hildebrand Dennis Hildebrand Lorna Hildebrand Al Hill James Hill Jennifer Hill Nyna Hill (Dodd) Reg Hill Richard Hill Val Hill and Keith Boschee Nicole Hillary 34

Barb and Eric Hillman Brian Hills HILLTOP GREENHOUSES Bruce Hinman and Elizabeth Ronaghan Jody Hiraoka Shea Hironaka Jared Hirsche Hirsche Hirsche Tyler Hirsche Frances Hiscocks Gayle Hiscocks Pat Hodd Cindy Hoerger Lori Hoff Christina Hoffman Duane Hoffman Wendy Hoffman David Hoffos and Mary-Anne McTrowe Melissa Hofstra Michelle Hogue Charlie Hojnik Rachel Hollman Jack Holmes Mark Holthe Brad Holton Holy Spirit Catholic Schools Robin and Sharon Hood Samantha Hood Elaine Hoon Jeff Hope Keith and Lynn Hopkins Christopher Hopkinson Raymond and Sandi Hoppins Chris Horbachewski and Lana Wicentovich Nate Horner Horns Hockey Alumni Association Cindy Horrigan Catherine Horsman Kendra Horvath Chris and Nancy Hosgood JoAnne Hougen Nadia Houle Andy Houthuys Mary Howard Rosemary Howard Garnett Howat Leanne Howden Michael Howie and Tara Failing Laurence Hoye Kevin Hronek Yuan Huang Huckvale Wilde Harvie McLennan Jordana Hudak Apryl Hudson Rebecca Hudson Breen Mike Hudson Susanne Huggard

Liam Hughes Human Resources Institute of Alberta Bernie Hummel Ruth M. Hummel Hungarian Canadian Old Timers Society Dave Hunt Donnah Hunt and Ron Reid Gordon Hunter Kevin and Nancy Hunter Terry Hunter Sarah Huszar Phyllis and Lynden Hutchinson Jacalyn and John Hvizdos Derek Hyland Amr Ibrahim Akira and Lorita Ichikawa Immanuel Christian High School Patti Infanti Danielle Ingram Ben Ingvaldson Innovation and Advanced Education Mary Insley Integrity Project Management Corp. Debra Ireland and Darryl Weir Tico Iron Shirt Kristen Irvine Felix Irwin Rita Irwin Faye Isbisterpeigan Sayu Ishimine ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd. Jay Isley Alex Ivan Rob Izsak Jennifer Izyk J. W. Cooper Professional Corporation Cathy Jackson Gary Jackson Kaitlin Jackson Paul Jackson Trish Jackson Lansing Jacobson Mariette and Ron Jacobson Tanya Jacobson-Gundlock and Cody Gundlock Judy Jaeger Aleem Jaffer Katherine Jakober Kathy James Aaron Jameson Michelle Janus Victor and Lise Januszewski Ernest and Rebecca Janzen Amber Jappert Lois Jardine

Bonnie Jarokosky Heather Jarrett Michelle Jarvis Reyse Jaster JCSS Capital Corp. Sean Jedrusiak Tina Jeffries Jordan Jensen Rodney Jerke Neil Jesse Yue Jiang JL Farms Calen Jobson Jody Moltz Professional Corporation Patricia Johnsen Brett Johnson Cody Johnson Dan Johnson Don and Heather Johnson Janie Johnson Kristine and Jim Johnson Lawrence Johnson Lori and Dean Johnson Mark Johnson Meghan Johnson Murray Johnson Patricia and Brian Johnson Taylor Johnson Dustin Jones Jennifer Jones Gordon and Elizabeth Jong Randy and Beverly Joseph Pam Joyce Dragoslav and Rose Jurisich Edward Jurkowski Jay and Kari Smith Kainai Chieftanship Kainaiwa Band Chief & Council Brent & Colleen Kaiser Jordan Kaiser Joseph and Laurel Kalvi Ali Kamal Whitney Kambeitz Henk Kamper Rahim Kanjiyani Kappa Sigma Sunny Kapur Sherry and Kim Karren Ryan Kasko Amin Kassam Velma Kaufmann Mebinjit Kaur Toyo Kawamura Michael Kawchuk Dan Kazakoff Tom Keca Keith E. Spackman, M.D. Professional Corp. Warren and Dawn Keith Peter Kellett Helen and Peter Kelley


Jean Kelly Jodie Kelly Tibetha Kemble Jennifer Kennedy Justine Kennedy Lynn Kennedy Shaun and Alison Kennedy Mary and Leon Kennes Trevor Kenney Chiyoko Kensley C. Kenwood Yvonne and Dick Kerber Lisa Kerr William Kerr Serena Ketel John Keyes Tory Khalil Rubina Khan Saqib Khan Raman Khatkar Michael Kilcommons Russell Kimber Wendy Kindret Darby King-Maillot Brenda Kingston Tim Kinnell George Kirkham Terry and Shelley Kirkvold Dorothy Kitt Elaine Klassen Harry Penner and Irene Klassen Penner Kurt and Shirley Klein Eric Klempnauer Andrea Klick Philip Klipper Leanne Kloppenborg Matthew Knapik Barry and Jody Knapp Christine Knaus Knibb Developments Ltd. Carol Knibbs Kathleen Knight Ed Knox Timothy Koba Randy Kobbert Gladys Kochei Chris Koehler Cam Koerselman Lyndon and Levina Kok Bryan Kolb William and Sandra Kolysher Stephanie Komant Sandra Konecny Tiha Konyves Alexa Koshman Mary Koskowich Vivien Kossuth Clayton Koster John and Doris Kostiuk Bradley Kotowich Cassia Koutroumanos

Landon Kowalzik Jon Kozub KPMG Foundation KPMG LLP Jen Kramer Karen Krammer Ryan Krampl Morgan Krause Monica Kreft Penny & Alfie Krol, Gillian Krol, Garth Conford & Mateo, Elana Krol Jeremy Krol John Krol Tom and Jacqueline Krosse Dieter Krueger Andrew Kruschell Alexi Kubeczek Gabe Krywolt Stephanie Kubik and Dan Toews Krista Kuehn Judith Kulig Blaine A. Kunz Lorna Kurio Melanie Kurucz Hayden Kuryvial Peter Kusalik KWT Terminals Ltd. Lucille Labrecque Heather Ladd Ron Lagemaat Ivan Lam Charlene Lambert Marion Lambert Roger Lamoureux Jake Lancaster and Anna Smorag Gregg Langhofer James and Kate Langston Marie Lanier Lantic Inc. Judith Lapadat Justin Lariviere Linda Larson Luke Larter Jennifer Latham Fisayo Latilo Diane Latrace Neil Latter Jason Laurendeau Taylor Laviolette Joanne Lavkulich Mitch Lawson Sharon Lawson Simon Layng Brandon Layton Jerry and Dianne Le Grandeur Brandie Lea Michelle Leafloor Nicole Leary Wes Leavitt

Nelia Lecavalier Jonathan Legg Sean Legge Erin Leishman Dawn Leite and Gregg Samuel Lorelie and Michael Lenaour Ryan Lenz Jessica Leong Dan Leonn Elizabeth Lepper John Leskosky Lethbridge and District Exhibition Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce Lethbridge College Lethbridge Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ltd. Lethbridge Hockey Hounds Lethbridge Iron Works Company Limited Lethbridge Lodge Hotel Lethbridge Real Estate Board Co-op Ltd. Lethbridge School District No. 51 Lethbridge Soccer Association Lethbridge Toyota Lethbridge/Fort Macleod Bar Association Darcie Letkeman Let's Pasta Food Services Ltd. Darlis Letwinetz Trevor Lewington Anne Lewis Chandra Lewis Jeanine Lewis Karly Lewis Margaret Lewis Sylvia L'Hirondelle Wayne Liddell Evone Liew Cliff Lightheart Ted Likuski Erica Lind Sharon Linitski Dorothy Link Jacquie Linton Anna Linville Wayne Lippa Little Caesars Pizza Hong Liu Kimi Livingston Harvey Lloyd A. Craig Loewen Heather Logan Patricia Lohues Trish and Paul Loman Lamont Loo Leroy Look Sara Loonen Arturo Lopez

Becky Lore Jim Loughlin Eric Low Ryan Low Sheila Lowe Carmen Lowry Brittney Loxton Lynol Lui Ann Lukey Allysa Lumley Karen Lund Ward Deloss Lund Nathaniel Lupton Nathan Lust Amalea Lutsenko Stefani Lutterotti George Lyster Verna Mabin Heather MacDermid Dennis MacDonald Heidi MacDonald Trina MacDonald Dan and Kathy MacFarlane Rose Macgillivray Lillian and Joe Machacek Andrew Machalski JJ Machalski and Christa Klapko Patrick Mack Scott MacKinnon Eric Macknak Ian MacLachlan and Diane Clark MacLachlan McNab Hembroff Terry MacLellan Doug MacLeod Michael MacNaughton Megan Madison Wendy and Kris Magnusson Edward Mah Mike and Maureen Mahon Ian Mailhot David and Shelley Main Naomi Maisonneuve Corey Makoloski Claudia Malacrida Manvinder Malhi Jesse Malinsky Gregory Mallette Damaris Malpica Brandon Mann Catherine Mantello Linda Many Guns Cory and Laurie Manz Amanda Marasha Ernest and May Mardon Deb Marek Diane Marin Barb Marino Marvin Maronda Lindsay Marsh Donald Marshall Ken Marshall

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Stan and Cathy Martens Annie Martin Bobbi-Jo Martin Martin Bros. Funeral Chapel and Crematorium Ltd. Caroline Martin Colleen and Dale Martin, Jr. Linda and Jerry Martin Martini Gunmakers Mary Lambert Productions David Mason Jeremy Mason Master Gardeners Association of Alberta Sheryl Masters Jennifer Mather Cindy and Mark Matheson Ben and Marie Matkin Jenn Matt Flora Matteotti Glen Matthew Mary Mattila Jasmine Maughan Rosina Mauro Mark Mauthner Brooke May Nancy Mayne Tysick and Dale Tysick Ryley Maze Helen and Mel McAllindon Jennifer McArthur Jordan McArthur Kevin and Karen McBeath Karen McCallum Janice McCallum-Campbell Laurie McClelland Larry McCorquodale Diane and Brian McCreary Ken McCuaig Craig McCue Susan A. McDaniel Don & Louise McDiarmid Andy McDonald Craig McDougall Mary McDougall Kim McDowall Jessica McDowell Erin McFadden Kyla McFadden Barry McFadyen Kevin and Michelle McFadzen Judi Walker Kevin McGeough & Elizabeth Galway Aimee McGurk Colleen McInerney Suzanne McIntosh Christina McIntyre Kali McKay Robert and Sandra McKay Sandy and Carol McKay Susan McKay 36

Karen McKenzie Yvonne McKenzie Bruce McKillop Shanda McKnight Angela Mcleod Kelly McMahon Sheila McManus Jamie McMullin Dave McMurray Sandra McMurray Guy and Tracy McNab J. McNabb Peter McNally Mic McNamera Carly McNaughton Michael McPhail Measurement Technology International Ltd. Ruby Medicine Crane Brandon Meek Leanna Meers Lorraine Megella Eric Meheden Melcor Developments Ltd. Krysta Mellon Muriel Mellow Roselyn Melom Brenda Meneghetti Lexi Mensaghi Margaret Menzies Jared Mercer Dale Merchant Carol and Dan Merkle Gordon Merrick Jennifer Merritt John Metcalfe Lorraine Methot Jordy Metzger Cathy and Glen Metzler Jennifer Mezei MGO Systems Michael Amatto Michael Joseph Amatto Professional Corporation Micheal A. Evans Professional Corp. Dan and Gail Michener John Michielsen Janeal Mick Stacey Middleton John Middleton-Hope Cole Midtdal Mike Spencer Geometrics Ltd. Margaret and Sean Miles Brendan Miller Calvin Miller Daymon Miller Douglas B. and Anne Miller Lynda Miller Shad Milligan Peter Millman Josephine Mills

J. Laurie Mills Craig Milner Robert L. Milton Brittany Minchin Alex Minions Debbie Minyard Neil and Heather Mirau Perry and Sharmaine Mirkovich Cheryl Misak Melissa Mitchell Susan Mitchell Shaundra Mitchener Geraldine Miyashiro MNP LLP Fan Mo Julie Mokosch Masud Mollah James Moller and Andrea Hlady Molson Inc. Carmen & Sharon Mombourquette Michael & Joan Monaghan Monkey Bone Productions Carol Monroe Chester Mook Wayne and Jean Moore Shannon Moors Moose Mulligans Jaime and Shawn Morasch Cara Morgan Sidney Morrell Chuck Morris Gregory and Nancy Morris Robert Morrison Ella Mortemore Brad and Mandy Moser Corey Mottus Alvine Mountain Horse James and Bev Moyer MPE Engineering Ltd Donat Mpunga Aaron Mtshiya George Mucciarone Katie Mucha Damon Mudrack Jackie Mueller Ian Mulholland Krysty Munns Charlotte Munro Deb Murakami Teresa Murdoch Carmen Murguly Carys Murley D. J. Murphy Murray Chevrolet Cadillac Jasmine Mutch Michael Myers Douglas L. Myhre Professional Corporation Jaime Nadeau Steve Nagy Aaron Nakama

Bill Nash Scott Nast National Salvage Co. Ltd. Tyler Navratil Hlalo Ndlovu Lukas Neamtu Matt Neill Wayne Neilson Brian Nelson Heather Nelson Ron Nelson Sandra Nelson Sean Nelson Shawn Nelson Dianna Nephew Cheryl Neufeld Jeff Neufeld Patricia Neufeld Anne Neufeldt Les Neufeldt Michelle Nevil Sharon Neville Janice Newberry Erin Newell-Lupien NexGen Municipal Inc. Brian & Lorene Nichols Family Eddie and Sheryl Nickel Yvonne Nickel Chris and Lorraine Nicol Rose Niedermier Kitt Niels Rick Nielsen Stephan Nieuwoudt Nikkei Cultural Society of Lethbridge Donald Nishikawa Shayne Nixey Charlotte Nixon Mark and Brenda Nixon Christie Nobes Norbridge Pharmacy (1981) Ltd. Barb Norgard Brittany Norman Francis and Cybele Noronha Cindy and Trevor Norrgard Phil and Freda North Shirley Novak Tina Novak Luc and Kim Nowicki Janay Nugent and Jason Moulton Mary and Ryan Nugent Oleg Nurmuradov Jason and Doreen Oakes Dallan Oberg Cheryl Odell Louise Odell Sandra Odell John O'Keeffe Ayotunde Olajide Emiola Olalekan


Teresa Oldenburger Bruce and Sally Olecko Natalie Olinek Gord Oliver Wayne Oliver Nolen and Vicky Olsen Arlene and Ken Olynyk Tony Ondrus Sean O'Neil Geri Onslow Rod and Tracy Oosterbroek Russel Orcutt Kim Ordway Rob Ordway Doug Orr Kara Orr Kris Osberg Sheri Osberg Mohammad Oskuie Judy and Seamus O'Shea Michael and Marie O'Shea Nancy Ostaficiuk Susan Ostapak Cindy Ostermaier Brayden Ostermann Carmen Ostero Randy Otis Overwater Ag. Services Jon Oxley Deanna Oye Benson Oyelusi Bradley Pace Renee Pahara Shauna Pahl Pahulje Enterprises Ltd. Tanya Pakla Palix Foundation Erin Palmer Irene Palmer Paul Pan Dave & Deb Panabaker Graham Panchuk Mandy Panchyshyn Judy Pansky Brian Paranica Justin Park Kristin Parke Douglas Parker Riley Parker Evelyn Y. Parsons

Grady Pasiechnyk Dan Paskuski Dario Pasquotti Nancy Pastoor Colin Paterson Morag Paterson Liam Patey Dale Paton Shane Patterson Karissa Patton Chris Paul Helen and Ron Paulence Susan Paul-Trechka Wayne Pavey Rick Pawlak Daniel and Elizabeth Payant Debbie Payne Lorna Peacock and David Gowland Rick Pearce Courtney Peckford Michael Pekrul Wayne Pelletier Peter and Glenna Pepneck C. Perehudoff Sheri and Anil Pereira Shiloh Perkins Tom Perks Kenneth and Tammy Perlich Birthe and Gerald Perry Elsa Perry Jill and Harold Perry Michael Persinger Christine Peters Suzette Peters Cori Petersen Knud Petersen Eric Peterson Lauren Peterson Ryan Peterson Duane Petluk and Lori Harasem Teresa and Doug Petriw Petroleum Accountants Society of Canada Betty Petryna Calvin & Audry Petryna Clinton Petryna Dean & Julie Petryna Lydell Petryna

Randy & Judy Petryna Patti and Paul Pharo Laurens Philipsen Auburn Phillips Carolyn Phillips James Phillips June Phillips Karlee Phillips Carly Philpot Donald and Karen Philpott Tod and Hollis Pickerell Chelsea Pickett Penny Pickles Kathy Pierzchala Rene Pighin Quintin Pike and Cara Varzari Theresa Pinhey Mildred Piper Kent Pitcher Chuck Pitre Darcel Pittman Marlene Pittman Quentin Pittman Roy Pocza Logan Pohl Dominique Point Du Jour Jackie Poirier Jesse Pollard Krista D. Polley Lauren Pollock Shawna Pollock Leyton Poloway Melody A. Polych Jim Pomeroy Diane Pommen Brad Ponto Lillian Pooke Isabella Popic Terra Posyluzny Betty Poulsen Gary Poulsen Pratt and Whitney Canada Noleen Pratap Jason Prebushewski Precision Agri Services Ltd. Precon Precast Products Sharon Prenevost Matthew Price Marion Price Natalie and Bruce Primeau

Stephen Primeau Janine Primrose ProRoots Developments Ltd. Jozef and Theresa Prozniak Isaac Prusky Dale M. Ptycia Keith Pushor Debbie & Robert Pyde Karla Pyrch R.M. Bullock Construction Ltd. Antonio Raho Peter and Dianne Rajcic Randall Bullock Grant Ranslam Amy Rapada RBC Financial Group through RBC Foundation Rebound Health Centre Ltd. Rita Reddy Reef Point B & B Karen Rees Donald and Helen Reeves Rhoda Reeves Jeremy Reichert Karen Reid and Jim Hill Patrick Reilly Lisa Reinbolt Josh Reith Brenda Rennie Garth Renyk Derek Resler Richard A. Low & Company Richard G. Harder Professional Corporation Brad Richardson Iris and Ted Richardson Richardson Oilseed Ltd. Valerie Richardson Mike Richey Ricoh Canada Inc. Alyssa Ries Catherine Rigaux George Rigaux Cathy Riley Laura Riley Jacquline Ring Terry & Agnieszka Riou Andrew Ritchot Matthew Ritchot Sam Rizvi

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Deb Robb Roberts Fuel Supplies Ltd. Michael Robertson Joel Robinson Kateryn Rochon Rock Solid Nitrogen Services Ltd Clifford Rockerbie Phil Rockerbie Lesley and Lyle Rode Jeremy Roden Mark Rodgers Susan Rodgers Richard Roe Wilf Roesler Allison and Shane Roest Rogers Insurance Ken and Christine Rogers Martine Rollingson Tim and Christine Rollingson Rollins Machinery Limited Alice Romanchuk Dave Romaniuk Carol Romses Romulus and Remus Italian Canadian Club Ron's Work Wear Store Ltd. Daryl Ronsky Stewart Rood Rosen Canada Ltd. David Ross Marlais Ross Rotary Club of Lethbridge Lara Roth Stefan Roth Marc and Catharine Roussel Karen Rowles Kevin Rownan Royal LePage South Country Real Estate Services Ltd. Amber Ruben Frances Rude Robyn Rumley Runners Soul Inc. Ricky Rushton Chris Rushworth Norma Russell Anthony Russell Teri Ruttan Ryan D. Schindel Professional Corporation Dan and Anita Ryder Chris Ryder Ronda Ryder RyJac Farms Anne Sabo Crystal Sabourin Rohit Sahajpal Jeremy and Robin Sakamoto Anthony W. Salekin Tara and Maurey Salmon Glenn Salomons 38

Andrea Salzbrenner Michelle Samak David Sammons Cheris Samuels-Murdoch Debi Sandul Dave Saretsky Brent Sato Rochelle Sato Roger and Patricia Savage Kelly Sawler Kevin Schaaf Lynne Schaaf Shaila Schechter Jordan Scherger Myra Schmidt Cameron and Janelle Schmitt Donna Schneider Anna-Maria Schoof Werner and Kathy Schrage and Family Paige Schreiber Evaline Schultz Frances and Arvid Schultz Leo and Donna Schulz Mark Schurmann Irene and Gordon Schussler Ed Schwab Maureen and Randy Schwartz Blair Schweitzer Scotiabank Alex Scott Judy Scott Simon Scott Gage Seavilleklein Andrea Seeman Ashley Sehr Hamreet Sekhon Brian and Holly Sekiya Carol Sekiya Elsa and John Sekulic Kimberly Sekura Brent and Lorna Selinger Joan and Dirk Senneker Evelyn Sera Servus Credit Union Maureen Sexsmith West Behnam Seyed Mahmoud A.K.M. Shafiuddin A N M Shamsuddoha Roxanne Shank Therese Shannon Cody Sharpe Geoff Sharun Amy Shaw Brandy Shaw Brian Shaw Dave and Carol Shaw Stacey Shaw Nathan Shearer Colin Sheen Shell Canada Limited Kim Shellenberg

Shercom Industries Inc. John and Constance Sheriff Matthew Sherwood Margaret Shier Cliff Shigemi Yukari Shimobayashi Zachary Shlah Shooting Star Foundation Jason Shriner Steve Sidhu Maria Siegl Alma Siemens Darwin Siewert Scott Sikma Siksika Health Services Sandra Simmelink Sonja Simmelink Gladys Simons Sheena Simpkins Gibbs Simply Music Inc. Simpson-Markinch Charitable Foundation Debbie Sincennes Darlene Sinclair Marilyn J. E. Sinclair Rick and Brune Sinneave Amy Sinnet Ryan Sirovyak Allan Siwela Jeffrey Skeith Dave & Sharon Skelton W. Skelton Dave Skirrow Isabelle and Harold Skolrood Aaron and Stacy Skretting Marc Slingerland Eleanor Smith Jay Smith and Kari Speaker Smith Karen Smith Marilyn Smith and Darrell Alexander Richard Smith Ryan Smith Colin Smylie Eryn Snoddon Shauna Snooks Barbara Snowdon Soccer is Everything Bill Sokol and Denise Hammon Jared Solberg Solitaire Ventures Ltd. Pamela Somerville Ryan Sommer Steve Sommerstad Louis and Dorothy Soop MJ Sorensen South Western Alberta Retired Teachers' Association Cormac Southam Margaret Southern Southern Alcare Manor

Dan Sparklingeyes Ray and Ingrid Speaker Chris Spearman Nicole Spence Bill and Shannon Spenceley Mike Spencer Ben Spendlove Dean Spriddle St. Augustine's Anglican Church St. John's Music Ltd. Kim Stadelmann Joleen Standish Marnie Stanley Barry and Mavis Stannard Stantec Consulting Ltd. Christopher Stapleton Cyndi Starzyk-Frey and James Frey Victor and Amy Stasiuk Gerry Ste Marie James Steacy Lawrence and June Steed Corinne and Dale Steele Terry and Carol Steen Larry Steinke Ryan Steinley Phillip Stephan Connie Stephen Stephen F. Kwan Professional Corporation Judy Stetson Nicole Stevenson Ryan Stevenson Scott Stevenson Carly Stewart Elayne Stewart Matt Stewart Still Tippin Inc. Michael Stingl and Jacqueline Preyde Daria Stock Robin Stock Lionel Stokell Brian Stone Kyle Stone Micaela Stone Susan Storey Matthew Straight Strategic Charitable Giving Foundation Wayne and Erika Street Matthew and Kyla Stringer Chris Strojwas University of Lethbridge Students Edrian Suarez Michelle Sudo Brian and Colleen Sullivan Elsie and Donald Sullivan Jamie Sullivan Nick Sullivan SUNCOR Energy Inc.


Elke and Marvin Sundstrom Supply Chain Management Association Alberta Mike Surbey Ernest Surman Aida Susa Todd Sutcliffe Shelley Svidal Shlomo Swan-Azmon Anika Swart Amber Swartzenberger Kevin and Patricia Swidinsky Jody Swift Vicki Switzer Connie Sypkes Beverley Szarka Chris Szentes Aniko Szojka-Parnell Carrie Sztogryn Bryan Szumlas Elias Taboulchanas Geoff Tagg Bruce and Donna Tait Yoko Takashima Jeff and Carrie Takeyasu Neil Talsma Aaron and Whitney Tamayose Sharon Tamura Kari Tanaka Christine and Don Tannas Janis Tanner Jonathan Tanner Lenore and Shawn Tarcon Debbie Tarnava Marie Tarrant Shannon Taterio Masami Tatsuno Debra Taylor Lorraine Taylor Allison Clark Taylor McBryde TCA - Secondary Containment Specialists TD Bank Financial Group Team Heninger Ltd. TeamworkTraining Ltd. TELUS Communications Inc. Howard and Sharon Tennant Joe Thacker The Spenceley Group The Switzer Group Danny Thepsouvanh J. P. Theroux Ben Thibault Lannie Thielen Fred and Terri Thomas Greg Thomas Tammie Thomas Aaron and Shannon Thompson Floyd Thompson Mark Thompson and Kris Hall Marselle Thompson Corrine Thorsteinson

Ralph Thrall III and Rae Ann Thrall Neal Thunder Chief Josh and Maria Thyssen William Tice and Shelley Scott Hilary Tilleman Tillier Family Tim and Lue Tim Rollingson Professional Corporation Mark Tipper Orva Tkacik Janice Toews Don Toney Coralynn Topping Torry Lewis Abells LLP Greg Tostiuk Cindy Toth Tim Toth Glen Trafford Rudolf Traichel TransWestern Truck Centres Trap\Door An Artist Run Centre Karen Travis Jacques Tremblay Randall Tremel Fred and Rebecca Trinh Virginia Trotter Troy Basarab Professional Corporation Ivy Trumpour Gerald and Margaret Truscott Shirley Tucker Alison Turchinski Adrienne Turner Lauren Turner Patricia Turner Tara Turner Rob Tweit Jenny and Ray Tymko Rachel Underwood Elaine Unger-Pengilly United Farmers of Alberta Co-Operative Limited United Way of Calgary and Area United Way of Greater Toronto United Way of the Alberta Capital Region University of Lethbridge Alumni Association University of Lethbridge Alumni Association Calgary Chapter University of Lethbridge Faculty Association University of Lethbridge Students Norma Ursulan Jordan Valgardson Jim and Sue Van Der Sloot Dave and Marilyn Van Gaalen Della Van Gaalen Nicole Van Meetelen

Randey Van Sepderes John and Natalie Van Tryp Tara Vande Griend Marinus Vande Merwe Leo Vanden Heuvel Jason VandenHoek Gerda and Adrian VanderFluit Suzanne Vandervoort Art VanGaalen Chase VanGaalen Laura and Robert VanTol Cory Varzari Janice and Glenn Varzari Saurabh Vashishtha Catherine Vathracoulis Mark Vella George Vent Kathy Verochie Steven A. Vincett Pheng Kim Ving Serena Visser Visual Effects Viterra Giang Vo Judy Vogt Terry Vogt Amy von Heyking John and Sonya von Heyking Kelsey Voysey Marita Vrieselaar Michael Vucurevich W. Bara Consulting Inc. Allan H. Wachowich Carol Wagner Benjamin Wahl Bev Wahl Allan and Eva Walburger Scott Waldner Ryan Waldorf Ali Walker Lauren Walker Paul and Nancy Walker Craig Wall Denise Wall Hayley Wall Herb Wall and Kristine Carlsen Wall Dionne Walsh Jeffrey Wamsteeker Ye Wang Robert Wanke Maxwell and Marjorie Ward Robert Ward Ken Warne Warner Hockey School Trevor Warnock John Warr Barbara and John Warren Carina Waselenak Edwin and Katherine Wasiak Timothy and Bev Waters Madison Webber

Daniel Weeks Annella Wehlage Elizabeth Weighill Cassie Weiss Christy Weiss Meaghan Welby Carson Wendel Wendy and Mark Weninger Ryan Wenman Barbara Wensley Gus Wensmann Wes Fournier Professional Corp. Greg West Gwendolynn West Russell and Hazel West Paul West West Side Storage Inc. David and Sandi Westwood Tim Westwood Mace Wetter Michael Wevers John and Pat Whimster Ian and Susan Whishaw Alexa White Crow Vanessa White Randy Whitehead Terry Whitehead Tiffany Wideen Melissa Wiebe Regina Wiechnik Hans-Joachim Wieden and Ute Wieden-Kothe Stephanie Wierl Pati Wigelsworth Stewart Wiggle Ron Wigham Ron Wikkerink Chris Wilde Carol Williams Jessica Williams Lorne and Wendy Williams Mark Williams Aislinn Williston Taura Willoughby Brian and Beverly Wilson Karla Wilson Chris and Daniel Windle Ila Wingfield Stephen and Shelly Wismath Karina Witbeck Megan Wittig Dieter and Margita Witzke Bernadine Wojtowicz Helen Wolfe Dorothy Wong Ilsa Wong Stanley and Patricia Wong Maren Wood Don Woodruff Heather Woodward Brian Wright 39


Ken Wright Mike Wright Rob Wright Irwin Wyrostok Wei Xu Susan Yakemchuk Rossitsa Yalamova Yamagishi Family Kyle Yamagishi Craig Yamamoto

Roswitha Yamamoto Geary Yamashita Kathryn Yamashita Chenru Yan Sharon Yanicki Laurie Yanosik-McClelland Ariel Yanover Linda Yellow Face Doug Yoshida Ronald and Kathryn Yoshida

IN HONOUR OF Marlene Pittman

IN MEMORY OF Brook Biesenthal Virgina Cattoni Dr. S. Clarke Harry Cox Chancellor Emerita Shirley DeBow

Dr. T. Dick Trevor J. O. Dick Dr. B. Ebel Anna Elgby Ernest Floyd Field

Diana Young Don Young and Hazel Mitchell Pamela Young Young Parkyn McNab LLP Janet Youngdahl and Shoja Mazidi Sara Zagajewski Rita Zak Misty Zanger Tasha Zboya

Eric Zegarra Mark Zella Alexei Zenkevich Zhang Lue Zhenshuan Zhang Jing Zhu Jaret Zielke Jana Zoeteman Douglas Zsovan Mariana Zullig

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this listing. However, if your name is missing or listed incorrectly, please accept our most sincere apology and contact University Advancement by calling 403-329-2582 or emailing advancement@uleth.ca.

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