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Nominations open for Fenestration Canada Pioneers


windoor_pioneersAug. 20, 2012 – Fenestration Canada wants to recognize industry leaders from the past during a special ceremony at Win-Door 2012 on November 7 at the Toronto Convention Centre. It wants to maintain and nurture the links with those who had a part in building this industry. Pioneers are individuals who have demonstrated dedication to the industry and/or the association and who have been recognized leaders.

Aug. 20, 2012 – Fenestration Canada wants to recognize industry leaders
from the past during a special ceremony at Win-Door 2012 on November 7
at the Toronto Convention Centre. It wants to maintain and nurture the
links with those who had a part in building this industry. Pioneers are
individuals who have demonstrated dedication to the industry and/or the
association and who have been recognized leaders.

The Pioneer designation recognizes the nominee’s efforts to promote and
to better the objectives of the industry and the association nationally.
The individual need not be retired. Nominators will be asked to provide a
brief description of the nominee’s personal involvement, leadership,
contributions made and length of service to industry and/or
CWDMA/Fenestration Canada.

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Some past Pioneers. Front row, from left: Stanley Rokicki, Reg Pollard, Guy Gingras, Raymond Dallaire, Barry Murphy, J.F. McCracken, Al Rankin, Ray Caravaggio, Paul Loewen and Clare Knechtel. Back row, from left: John Mathews, Ray Ouellette, Jim Parker, Pierre Grand’Maison, Eddie Rochmann, Abe Wiebe, Bob Mason, Bill Fast, Michel Pion, Laurie Davies, Peter Kohler and Ralph Spanier.


 

A seconder is required for each nomination and a committee will review
and accept nominations by September 15th. Successful nominees will be
contacted at that time.

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www.fenestrationcanada.ca