The Montreal Branch of the Queen’s University Alumni Association is pleased to announce that Colette Charest, Sc’82, and Roger Casgrain, Com’80, are the very deserving recipients of the 2015 John B. Stirling Award.
Colette and Roger epitomize what it is to be “makers of Queen’s”. They are being recognized for their longstanding and ongoing commitment to Queen’s University and the efforts they have made, both individually and together, to strengthen the Queen’s tradition in Montreal.
The John B. Stirling Montreal Medal is awarded by the Montreal Branch of the Alumni Association to a “maker of Queen’s” rewarding meritorious contributions to the honour of the University. Originally named the Montreal medal, it was renamed in1988 to recognize the outstanding service to the University of John B. Stirling, Q.C., BA’07, BSc’11, LLD’51. Over his 100-year lifetime, Dr. Stirling served as Queen’s Chancellor for 14 years, trustee for 27 years, Alumni Association President and honorary life president. He was one of Canada's most honoured engineers, as well as a WWI veteran, and a promoter of music, commerce and hospitals in his beloved Montreal.
The Stirling Award reception will take place on Tuesday, May 26th in Montreal.
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