Lois Neufeld

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1.  Attended AYF  1975 -1979

2.  Yes- I went to Waterton twice, I think it was summer 1977 and 1978.

3. I graduated in 1979 from Outlook High School

4. We would love to have a brief history of your post high school until now (hobbies, occupation, kids, where you’ve lived).  

Following high school graduation, I attended the University of Saskatchewan, graduating in 1983 with a Bachelor of Education(Elementary). I had wonderful teaching practicum placements in Conquest and Rosetown. During my university years, I spent my summers working as a landscaper at Outlook Pioneer Home as well as volunteering as a camp counsellor, camp speaker at Christian camps. The winter months, I was involved in coaching figure skating and volunteering as a Skate Canada evaluator.

In the fall of 1983, I moved to the community of Waldheim, for my first teaching position, a grade 3 classroom in a K-12 school. I enjoyed my two years in Waldheim, volunteering as a Pioneer Clubs leader in a local church, coaching skating, as well extra-curricular teams at school.

During the summer of 1982, I was recruited by Loretta Lyons to take her place at the last minute as a camp counsellor at Christopher Lake Baptist Camp (now I think it was a set-up by her and Blake). It was here that I met Paul, who was the camp director. Paul and I were married in Sept. 1985 (Shirley decorated our beautiful wedding cake which I still have), and I made the move to Ponoka, AB where Paul was serving as the Youth Pastor at First Baptist Church.

The next years, I served as a consultant with Pioneer Clubs Canada, speaking/training at conferences across Canada as well the Director for Sask. Camp Cherith (Pioneer Clubs). In our local church, I assisted with JR/SR High Youth, taught Sunday School, and led Pioneer Girls program. Once, I obtained an Alberta Teaching Certificate, I began substitute teaching in various schools, in classrooms from K-12. And shortly after arriving in the community, I was recruited to coach in the Ponoka Skating Club (and am still there coaching Pre-Canskate and serving as the Coach representative on the Club Executive). .

Our daughter, Sara, was born in May 1987.  I had the privilege of being a “stay-home” mom for her pre-school years. Sara kept me busy as a “skating mom” and a “dance” (ballet, jazz) mom. Sara, as a competitive skater in singles and ice dance,  so we spent much time travelling the province and country. Sara also travelled out of country on a number of short term mission trips (Honduras, Bolivia, Kenya). Sara, completed all of her K-12 schooling in Ponoka (quite unusual for a PK). She then completed a Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Anatomy and Cell Biology (2009) and a Masters of Physical Therapy (2011), both at the Univ. of Sask. Her “dream job” just so happened to end up in her hometown of Ponoka (few centres with Neuro-Rehab. P.T.) at the world-renowned Centennial Centre for Brain Injury. She also coaches figure skating with the Ponoka Club.

I continued some substitute teaching after Sara was born, and in 1991 decided to go back to teaching full-time. Most of my teaching career was spent in grade one and grade two at Ponoka Elementary School,(PES), a Pre-K to Grade 6 school with over 550 students and 55 staff. While still teaching, through summer residencies and online courses, I obtained a Master of Arts in Leadership and Training (MALT) from Royal Roads University (RRU)  in 2005. From 2008-2010, I served as the Assistant Principal at PES, and from 2010-2017, I served as Principal. In June 2017, after over 28 years as an educator, with mixed emotions, I made the decision to retire. Highlights of my career include: hiring one of my former grade one students as a grade one teacher; being involved in a school modernization process; starting a Pre-K (Play Academy) program; being the recipient of a Provincial  Excellence in Teaching Award (2009); and having another OHS grad, Robin Irvine (Lockwood,1982), as a colleague in our Administrator’s Association for Wolf Creek Public Schools.

Paul moved into the role of Senior (Lead) Pastor in 1990, so has now served at FBC Ponoka for almost 34 years (Nov. 84- present). Continuing his education, he completed a Doctor of Ministry through Carey Theological Seminary. Highlights of ministry include two trips to Israel (as well as to Jordan); two additions on the church- a gym/offices (about 20 years ago) and then in 2017 a new sanctuary which can seat 450;  and consulting work for the denomination(CBWC) in pastoral settlement.

We celebrated the marriage of our daughter Sara, to Brent Remyn (a Ponoka boy) on Nov. 12, 2017 in an outdoor ceremony at Silver Tip Resort in Canmore. Brent is a Project Manager for Scott Builders in Red Deer and on the side he farms (grain) with his dad and brother.  They live in Ponoka, but take every opportunity to go hiking in the mountains or travel to foreign countries.

I am very much enjoying this new chapter of life with its “slower” pace - reading, gardening, baking, coaching skating, creating curriculum and teaching Children’s Church, teaching Sunday School, and attempting to take up running again (completed the Calgary Marathon in 1997).

So many special memories of my years in AYF at Outlook Alliance with Ray and Shirley and my high school peers - Waterton, Mission dramas, roller-skating in the city etc. Thank you Ray and Shirley for being wonderful role models and mentors to youth.

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Marilyn Rependa

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I attended AYF from the beginning (not sure what year – maybe 1974) and I graduated from High School and AYF in 1980. I went to Waterton on the very first trip – possibly 1978 or 1979. I just went the once.

 

I graduated in 1980 from Loreburn Central High School in Loreburn.

 

I attended University of Saskatchewan from 1980 -85 and worked as a Dietitian for 4 years then I went back to UofS to Medical School. I was in Medical school from 1989 – 1993 where I graduated as a Medical Doctor and did receive the Gold Medal (as per the request about gold medals ). I specialized in Psychiatry from 1993-1998 and have been in practice since that time. The last 8 years I have been the Department Head for Psychiatry for the College of Medicine and the Saskatoon Health Region and now the Provincial Department Head for Psychiatry. My clinical practice is limited to maternal mental health now as I am primarily involved with administration.

 

Married Andrew Baetz (from Kingston, ON) in 1990 and have two children – Jeremy (21) and Jocelyn (19). Andrew is a teacher at the Saskatoon Christian School and both kids are in university – Jeremy in Education and Jocelyn wants to be a social worker. We have been actively involved in Erindale Alliance Church since we were married. We have spent many years in rinks and gyms as the kids have been involved in ice sports and many school sports. That is behind us now and Andrew and I like to travel and golf and try to lead active lifestyles in between work and church.

Heidi Friesen

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Attended AYF 1977-82.

Went to Waterton twice - don't remember the exact years.

Graduated from OHS in 1982.

Went to Columbia Bible Institute from 1982-84 where I met Jeff Suderman. After Columbia I spent a summer volunteering in Taiwan at the Mennonite Christian Hospital where my parents had worked. I stayed with my brother Han and had a very fun memorable summer.  Jeff and started university at UBC in 1984 and we got married in 1987. I completed a BA in psych and Jeff a BA in history in 1988. We both worked for a year and then moved to London, Ontario in 1989. Jeff completed his MA and PhD in history and went back to school to become an OT. We moved back west in 1998, first to Red Deer and then Calgary where we've lived since 2001. I've been an OT for 24 years. I work at the Foothills Hospital and Jeff teaches history at Mount Royal University. 

We don't have children. We enjoy being aunt and uncle to four nieces. And we have been parents to furry felines over the years of which we currently have two. We really enjoy travelling and have primarily been doing trips to Europe. I try to do as much crafting and yoga as I can and working in our yard and garden.

At Brandenburg Gate

At Brandenburg Gate

Friesen Ladies. Heidi & Mom with Han's girls, Sammi and Monica

Friesen Ladies. Heidi & Mom with Han's girls, Sammi and Monica

My peas and beans

My peas and beans

Our current furry felines Mackie and Panda

Our current furry felines Mackie and Panda

Darrel M

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- i would like to apologize to anyone who i mistreated when i was a teenage idiot half the time.  
- went to CBC 2 yrs  then U of S for BSPE
- married my wonderful wife Cheryl in ’88, moved to Cranbrook, BC 2003
- Cheryl works in lab at hospital, i work @ Mission thriftstore & public library.
- 2 sons: Derek (20yrs) looking to get into RCMP, Connor (18yrs) looking to get into nursing.
- attend Cranbrook Alliance church
- enjoy God’s great creation outdoors, hike, ski, kayak, etc.
- Cheryl & i still love Christian music, punk, hxc, etc.
- Thanks to Ray and Shirley for what a huge impact they had on my life.  Thank You!  Congrats on your your 50th.
- i have such great memories of you all.  i just want to encourage all of you to follow Christ with all your heart.

Han Friesen

Han, Sammi, Lynnette and Monica in Jerusalem

Han, Sammi, Lynnette and Monica in Jerusalem

  1. What years did you attend AYF?

1977-81

 

  1. Did you go to Waterton? If so, what years or how many years did you go?

Yes, I did but I can’t remember which years from 1978-81.

 

 

  1. What year did you graduate? And from where?

High School was good ole Outlook High 1980, Columbia Bible Institute 1983, University of Calgary undergrad in 1989 and graduate degree in 1992.

 

 

  1. We would love to have a brief history of your post high school until now (hobbies, occupation, kids, where you’ve lived). Has anyone won a gold medal? We would love to reconnect and catch up with each other lives.

Ah, well the only question is how long do we have to ramble on! I spent my first year after high school working to pay off my first car. Then I went to Columbia Bible Institute in BC where I got introduced to the glorious West Coast. It was there that I got a thoughtful and cerebral education about what it was to be a man of faith anchored in the Bible. After that, I took off to Taiwan, where I grew up as a kid, to work in a volunteer capacity in a hospital. After those fabulous years immersed in Taiwanese society, food and culture, I came back to the culture shock of University of Calgary. The big city and the anonymity of a BIG university took some getting used to but I met Lynnette there. We got married between my first and second years of medical school. Our twins, Sammi and Monica were born during my Family Medicine residency. We have been in Calgary ever since where Monica eventually completed Nursing school and married her husband James. Sammi is nearing the end of her second degree, preparing for a life of teaching. Meanwhile, Lynnette and I have done lots of travelling, both overseas and in our local Rocky Mountains where we like to hike A LOT. I have meanwhile tuned up my singing chops with some time in the Calgary Opera Chorus backing up Ben Heppner for one fantastic opera, Moby Dick! I also spend as much time as I can on one of my several bicycles, enjoying the local mountain bike single track and road cycling events like the Ride to Conquer Cancer and the Grand Fondo Badlands.

Friesens travel to Grandma's hometown

Friesens travel to Grandma's hometown

Han is a medic at the Ride to Conquer Cancer

Han is a medic at the Ride to Conquer Cancer

Han, Sammi and Monica in the Yoho Valley

Han, Sammi and Monica in the Yoho Valley

Our Wedding

Our Wedding

Lynnette and Han in Vietnam

Lynnette and Han in Vietnam

Lynnette and Han go pedalling

Lynnette and Han go pedalling

Machu Picchu really looks like the postcards

Machu Picchu really looks like the postcards

Lynnette contemplates Helen Lake

Lynnette contemplates Helen Lake

Han takes Monica down the aisle

Han takes Monica down the aisle

Sammi Graduates

Sammi Graduates

Monica is a nurse now

Monica is a nurse now

 

 

Kim Green

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What years did you attend AYF?   1979-1982

2. Did you go to Waterton? If so, what years or how many years did you go? I think I went 1979 & 1980

3. What year did you graduate? And from where?  1982 OHS

4. We would love to have a brief history of your post high school until now (hobbies, occupation, kids, where you’ve lived). Has anyone won a gold medal? We would love to reconnect and catch up with each other lives.

Shirley wants this so we know a little bit about each other before we can get together. Then we can just have fun, since all the pertinent details are already known. We want to publish all these biographies on a private blog through Kim’s business website. We will give everyone the link to the page when it is all set up. So send in your info!

After graduation high school, I moved to Saskatoon and went to Saskatoon Business College. I graduated from there the following April and married Paul in May of 1983 (35 years this year!) We lived in Warman, SK for a couple of years before moving back to Outlook. Paul and I were working with my dad growing vegetables and doing landscaping work. We had our daughter, Tori in June of 1987 and our son, Travis in December of 1988 and Scott in November of 1992. I chose to stay at home for the most part. I did take up sewing as a way to help with the household income. A job I still do today, hemming and alterations, though I mostly do wedding and grad dresses now and have hired someone else to do the smaller stuff. Paul worked for a company called Quadra as a project manager building intensive hog operations here in the province from 1992-2002 and then took a job with IRON Solutions from 2002-20013. I continued to help both my mom and dad in their businesses while being at home. My dad started a small greenhouse selling plants and continuing to do landscaping. My mom wanted to retire so we consolidated what was still viable from the craft and hobby store and made a business called Broderick Garden Centre. In January 2012, I bought the business from my dad and a year later, I asked Paul to jump on board with me! Our daughter, Tori is married and is a lab tech here in Outlook. Her and her husband, Chad have two of the cutest kids ever!! Charlie who is 5 and Chace who is almost 3. Travis is married and living in Saskatoon. He works at Import Auto Service at the front desk and is currently taking a accounting course online. Scott has worked two years at Google in Seattle and is currently waiting for his Irish immigration papers so he can start a new job in Dublin, Ireland.

Though these are the facts of our lives, there is much that has transpired in those years, both good and bad. But I am always grateful to God for the impact Ray and Shirley have had on my life starting so many years ago. A legacy that will live on until the Lord returns!

I look forward to talking and visiting with many of you in just a few short weeks!

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Ryan Barber

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1. What years did you attend AYF? 1980-83

2. Did you go to Waterton? If so, what years? Yes, in 1981 & 1982, I believe.

3. What year did you graduate? And from where? 1985 - Victory Christian Academy in Prince Albert

4. We would love to have a brief history of your post high school until now (hobbies, occupation, kids,

where you’ve lived, etc.)

Arts & Sciences in Camrose & Saskatoon from 1986-88, accounting at SIAST in Moose Jaw 1989-92, after which I worked at an accounting office in Hinton, AB in 1992. I moved to Saskatoon in 1993 and worked at the Seabee mine from 1993-2005 as a process operator and millwright, at the Jericho mine in Nunavut 2005-07, the Snap Lake mine in the NWT as a millwright and maintenance planner from 2007-17 and now at the Ekati mine as a maintenance planner/master data analyst.

I am married to Novalee and have a 14 year old daughter Alexandra (Lexi), who Novalee has dedicated the last 5 years homeschooling. They work together on a couple home-based businesses - creating, manufacturing and selling jewelry & bath products at craft fairs. Lexi is involved in 4-H light horse and drama class, loves animals & science and wants to be a veterinarian.

Natalie Fonstad

1. What years did you attend AYF 79-82

2. Did you go to Waterton? If so, what years or how many years did you go? No Arivd and Terry went

3. What year did you graduate? And from where? 1985 CaronPort High

4. We would love to have a brief history of your post high school until now (hobbies, occupation, kids, where you’ve lived). Has anyone won a gold medal? We would love to reconnect and catch up with each other lives.

Shirley wants this so we know a little bit about each other before we can get together. Then we can just have fun, since all the pertinent details are already known. We want to publish all these biographies on a private blog through Kim’s business website. We will give everyone the link to the page when it is all set up. So send in your info!

After graduating, I moved to Saskatoon and had a job and 2 part time jobs,

-87 went to Saskatoon Business Collage took Accounting

- Worked for UMA Engineering LTD for 7 yrs , during that time I met my husband Clint ( who was and is a truck driver hauling fertilizer and grain).

- We got married July of 1991,

- Benjamin, 02-08-93

- Kaylee, 25-03-95

- Landon 25-09-98

- Jan 1997 we moved to Hanley, SK and have raised our family here.

- Boys were very busy with hockey throughout the years, which was our social life and traveled around the Province

- I went back to “work” at UMA/AECOM for 3 yrs then they moved the accounting department down East, worked at CP Distributor for 5yrs and then decided the driving wasn’t worth it and got a job here in Hanley with Thall’s Service Centre. Now I can walk or ride my bike to work!

- Ben is 25 this yr., he manages the TIM’S in Davidson and plays men’s senior hockey

- Kaylee 23 will finishing her 4th year on Nursing at Sask Poly Tec

_ Landon is working in the City, landscaping, and cement work. He is tried to get into Brandon’s Fire Fighting School, He is on the volunteer department here.

 

Shauna Barber

1. What years did you attend AYF

1981-1983

2. Did you go to Waterton? If so, what years or how many years did you go? Yes, once. 1980?81?

3. What year did you graduate? And from where?

1988 from Victory Christian Academy in Prince Albert

4. We would love to have a brief history of your post high school until now (hobbies, occupation, kids, where you’ve lived). Has anyone won a gold medal? We would love to reconnect and catch up with each other lives. Shirley wants this so we know a little bit about each other before we can get together. Then we can just have fun, since all the pertinent details are already known. We want to publish all these biographies on a private blog through Kim’s business website. We will give everyone the link to the page when it is all set up. So send in your info!

Attended Pensacola Christian College for 1 year 1989/90 and received a Business Certificate. Earned my Bachelor of Elementary Education from the University of Alberta in 1994. Have taught in Hinton, Crowsnest Pass, Fernie and now Airdrie. I have taught everything from Preschool to now working in a High School in Learning Support. Spent years in Fernie teaching and downhill skiing. Taught all 4 of my kids to ski there. My husband works in the coal mines in Sparwood, BC. (The big green truck along Highway 3...no one seems to know where Sparwood is until I mention that truck!) My kids are Andrea-22,Sarah-20,Matthew-18, and Andrew-16.

Larry Mikulcik

Questionnaire

PURPOSE: We are trying to put together a timeline. Therefore, we would love for you to answer the following questions!

 

1. What years did you attend AYF

1972-1976

 

2. Did you go to Waterton? If so, what years or how many years did you go?

Nope I didn’t.

 

3. What year did you graduate? And from where?

1976 From OHS

 

4. We would love to have a brief history of your post high school until now (hobbies, occupation, kids, where you’ve lived). Has anyone won a gold medal? We would love to reconnect and catch up with each other lives.

Shirley wants this so we know a little bit about each other before we can get together. Then we can just have fun, since all the pertinent details are already known. We want to publish all these biographies on a private blog through Kim’s business website. We will give everyone the link to the page when it is all set up. So send in your info!

 

Larry’s History

 

Larry attended the University of Saskatchewan 1976-1980 earning a B.Ed. and began teaching in Viscount, Sask. from 1980 -1988 marrying Margaret Schmeling in 1982. Moved to Saskatoon in 1988 and worked as a professional dance teacher at Arthur Murrays from 1988 to 1994. Larry re-entered the classroom in Strasbourg, Sk in 1994, was transferred to Raymore in 1995, and was transferred back to Strasbourg in 1998 where he taught through the rest of his career retiring from teaching after 30 years in 2016. During the years in Strasbourg and Raymore Larry and Margaret shared a home in Saskatoon and Larry lived in Raymore and Strasbourg during the weeks when he taught school. Since 2016 Larry has been working for the Horizon School Division as a Curriculum Coach part time. During his career Larry was a finalist for the 2004 Governor General’s History Teachers Medal, was the recipient of the 2015 National Cantor Kraus Catalyst for Change Award from the Canadian Society for Yad Vashem (for Holocaust Education), was the recipient of the 2015 Government of Canada History Teachers Award.

 

Larry was also very involved in the community of Strasbourg while teaching there. He was a member of the museum board, is still a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, and was an actor and director with the Last Mountain Theatre Company. Larry was involved in many productions over his years in Strasbourg acting in and directing many productions. As a theatre company member he directed and acted in the Provincial winner of the One Act festival in 2000 winning: Best Technical Production, Best Director, and Best Play for the play Dracula: the Death of Nosferatu. Another play that Larry directed in 2012, and which received great acclaim, was Pilots of the Purple Twilight telling the story of the Titanic in the 100th anniversary year. He directed or acted in several competition plays, and was heavily involved in planning, preparing, and acting in the Last Mountain Theatre Company’s numerous Haunted House fundraisers.

 

Since retiring Larry and Margaret have acquired the Dan Cutting home quarter where they are currently restoring the 110-year-old house. Larry and Margaret spend a significant part of the year enjoying the serenity of the farm where their pet dogs can run and play freely.

 

5. We want pictures!! Do you have old AYF pictures? Do you have a recent pic of your family? Send us what you got! Pictures will be for a slide show we would like to have in the evenings. We will have a dropbox link for you to send those.

Michael Henry

1. What years did you attend AYF

1984-1989

 

2. Did you go to Waterton? If so, what years or how many years did you go?

Negative

 

3. What year did you graduate? And from where?

OHS 1989

 

4. We would love to have a brief history of your post high school until now (hobbies, occupation, kids, where you’ve lived). Has anyone won a gold medal? We would love to reconnect and catch up with each other lives.

Shirley wants this so we know a little bit about each other before we can get together. Then we can just have fun, since all the pertinent details are already known. We want to publish all these biographies on a private blog through Kim’s business website. We will give everyone the link to the page when it is all set up. So send in your info!

 

After high school I attended CBC - graduated with a B.Th. in 1994. Got married that same year to Kerri, and moved to Prince George (BC) to become a Youth Pastor. We were in PG almost exactly 6 years (1994-2000). My oldest daughter Amaris was born in 1999. Moved to Abbotsford, attended school again, this time in trade school to get my automotive ticket. Began attending Aldergrove Alliance Church, where we have been now for 18 years. Our daughter Danae was born in 2001. I’ve worked since then in private auto shops and for almost 10 years at a Honda dealership. Now I work for the RCMP, building police cars (I know, that sounds really cool, and I get to drive them and play with the siren). Kerri works for Employment Insurance as a fraud investigator. Amaris just finished her first year at TWU in theatre. Danae is finishing grade 11 - at the time of the reunion, she will be in Ontario attending an aircraft maintenance/technology camp - she is planning to become an aeronautical engineer (designing airplanes).

Hobbies… too many, probably. Music would be number one on the list. I play a few instruments. I play drums in church most Sundays, and I also play drums in a grunge band. And I ride my motorcycle every chance I get. I am planning to ride to the reunion, so I hope it doesn’t rain.

Looking forward to the reunion weekend. It coincides nicely with the end of my holidays this summer.

I didn’t attach family photos before - here are some…

Mike

 

This is my youngest daughter Danae, out camping and looking chic.

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This is my oldest daughter Amaris. She likes shiny things.

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This is me and my dog Chloe.

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This is me and my wife Kerri. We just celebrated 24 years. Still don’t know how I managed to win her heart, but so glad I did!

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This is all of us skating after our Christmas Eve service. We are all fairly tall…

I’ll just answer this question now: I am 6’6”. Kerri is 5’11". Amaris is 5’10”. Danae is 6’3”.

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This is me and my girls just being… normal (for us).

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Terry Fonstad

1. What years did you attend AYF - 1978-82ish
2. Did you go to Waterton? If so, what years or how many years did you go? - 1978-1981???
3. What year did you graduate? And from where? 1982 from Outlook Highshcool
4. We would love to have a brief history of your post high school until now (hobbies, occupation, kids,
where you’ve lived). Has anyone won a gold medal? We would love to reconnect and catch up with
each other lives.
Shirley wants this so we know a little bit about each other before we can get together. Then we can just
have fun, since all the pertinent details are already known. We want to publish all these biographies on
a private blog through Kim’s business website. We will give everyone the link to the page when it is all
set up. So send in your info!
5. Brief History - Terry Fonstad- After graduation I moved to Saskatoon and apprenticed for finishing
carpentry. I did kitchen renovations and various construction projects until the fall of 1984 when I
enrolled in Physical Education at the University of Saskatchewan. At the last minute I switched to
Engineering. I started dating Sandra in 1987 and graduated from Engineering in spring of 1988.
Sandra and I married in September of 1989. I worked as a Project Engineer for UMA Engineering in
Saskatoon until June of 1996 and also completed a Masters Degree in Engineering the same date. I took
a faculty position in the College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan July 1996. I earned a
PhD from the UofS in 2004. I currently research and teach in the Environmental Engineering program
and am the Interim Associate Dean Research for the College of Engineering. Sandra and I live near
Clavet, SK where we have a horse stables with her mom and dad. Sandra is an equestrian athlete
primarily on the west coast and NW US and I build stuff like old cars and lately have been trying to
learn to golf.

Brent Harder

1. What years did you attend AYF

1976-1982

 

2. Did you go to Waterton? If so, what years or how many years did you go?

Yes, several times but I don’t remember the years

 

 

3. What year did you graduate? And from where?

1982, OHS

 

4. We would love to have a brief history of your post high school until now (hobbies, occupation, kids, where you’ve lived). Has anyone won a gold medal? We would love to reconnect and catch up with each other lives.

Shirley wants this so we know a little bit about each other before we can get together. Then we can just have fun, since all the pertinent details are already known. We want to publish all these biographies on a private blog through Kim’s business website. We will give everyone the link to the page when it is all set up. So send in your info!

 

Graduated from Briercrest College in 1984

Graduated from U of S in 1988, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

Moved to Calgary in 1988

Married to Ellen, three kids (adults now)

Professional Engineer with Ferguson Corporation, 1989-present (www.ferguson.ca)

Hobbies – biking, wildlife photography (https://500px.com/b4harder)