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Gary Skidmore  

 

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     Gary graduated with his B.Sc. at Western University then earned his Doctor of Medicine, also at Western. He went on to specialize further and is now an anesthetist in Ottawa. When he is not working at the hospital, Gary likes to spend his leisure time canoeing, camping and enjoying the great outdoors.

   

Gary Pearce

 

 

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     Gary majored in mathematics at Western University, then optometry at the University of Waterloo and is now an optometrist in private practice in North Bay. Being from Cochrane, Gary's favourite sport is hockey. Even though he is retired as a player, he stays involved in the game by coaching his son Jordan. He is also the Team Optometrist for the Jr. "A" North Bay Trappers, Nipissing University Lakers and OHL North Bay Battalion.

   
Rolly Cote  

 

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     Rolly attended Algonquin College in Ottawa and is now a recreation director in Iroquis Falls. For many years, he played with Cochrane's legendary group "Grynstone'. Rolly still plays old-timers hockey in winter and golfs in the summer. He is looking forward to his retirement in 2006.

   
Serge Chretien  

 

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     Serge attended Laurentian University and is now living in Sudbury. Being from Cochrane, he is an avid outdoorsman. He especially enjoys hunting and fishing as well as crafts and woodworking.

   
Ivan Charette  

 

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     Ivan majored in business administration at Canadore College in North Bay. After Graduation, he returned to Cochrane for a career with the Ontario Government. After retiring in 2002, he and his wife Bev moved to North Bay to be closer to their daughters.

   
   

 

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