Canada 150 medals presented to Quinte residents

More than 60 residents of Quinte, Ont. were awarded with a Canada 150 commemorative medal during at a ceremony held in Belleville last month.

Commissioned and presented by Bay of Quinte MP Neil Ellis, the Canada 150 medals were awarded to any constituent of the riding who “demonstrated a high level of individual excellence and achievement in any field benefiting the people of the Bay of Quinte Riding.” It was awarded to recognize individual achievements as well as entire bodies of work.

The recipients include:

  • Aruna Alexander;
  • Jennette Arsenault;
  • Beach Ashby;
  • Stephen Barkema;
  • R. Scott Berry;
  • Selma Bochnek;
  • Betty Boomhower;
  • Ralph Boomhower;
  • Gerry Boyce;
  • Samuel Brady;
  • Sue Bray;
  • Doug Bray;
  • Alfred Cairns;
  • John Cairns;
  • Susan Capon;
  • Betty Clost;
  • John Coady;
  • Norma Cornell;
  • Lorne Cornell;
  • Michael Cowan;
  • Tracey Davis;
  • Brett Davis;
  • Joshua Davis;
  • Jeremy Davis;
  • Andy Forgie;
  • Jen French;
  • Orland French;
  • Hugh Hoard;
  • Margo Holloway;
  • Dick Howe;
  • Richard Hughes;
  • Richard Hurst;
  • James Hurst;
  • Golda Lafferty;
  • Stephanie Lange;
  • Christine Lisle;
  • Linda Lyons;
  • Jeremiah MacKenzie;
  • Kay Manderville;
  • Louise McFaul;
  • Angela Miller;
  • John Ross Parks;
  • Mark Philbin;
  • Paul Pickard;
  • Carl Potter;
  • Beth Primeau;
  • Larry Rankin;
  • Emma Rankin;
  • Mark Rashotte;
  • Peter Rea;
  • Marsha Roadhouse;
  • Maurice Rollins;
  • Marie Savage;
  • Kelly Scott;
  • Betty Smith;
  • Kim Taylor;
  • Sharon Urquart;
  • Glen Wallis;
  • Lisa Warriner;
  • Rich Watt;
  • Margaret Werkhoven;
  • Justin Whitaker;
  • Ryan Williams;
  • Bob Wludyka;
  • Laura Woodall; and
  • Arlene Wright.

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