Saturday afternoon saw an online ceremony recognizing the 163 graduates of the National Institute of Genealogical Studies since just before the pandemic.
Congratulations to the following Canadians whose achievement was celebrated — perhaps you know one of more of them.
Charles (Chuck) L Buckley – Canmore, Alberta
Annette Dunford – Dour-Dummer, Ontario
Judith Fayter – Ridgetown, Ontario
Kendra Gaede – Winnipeg, Manitoba
David W Gray – Toronto, Ontario
Beatrice Hale – Oshawa, Ontario
Karen Henkelman – Calgary, Alberta
Dianne Kayess – Georgetown, Ontario
Lyn Kendell – Holland Landing, Ontario
Carol MacKay – Qualicum Beach, British Columbia
Suzanne Mainprize – Frankford, Ontario
Evelyn Page – Grimsby, Ontario
Dahlia Petgrave – Ancaster, Ontario
Kathryn Potter – Ancaster, Ontario
Kathleen Rae – Edmonton, Alberta
Ronald J Raymer – Toronto, Ontario
Linda Ryall – Fall River, Nova Scotia
Carolyn Trickey-Bapty – Hamilton, Ontario
Carol Walsh – Cochrane, Alberta.
Congratulations and best wishes also to Angela Breidenbach who takes over leadership of the Institute and to founder Louise St Denis on her retirement.