Len Prang & John Gazzola Volunteer Appreciation night, News (Kitchener Minor Hockey)

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Len Prang & John Gazzola Volunteer Appreciation night
Submitted By Lisa Frank on Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Thank you to all our volunteers and to those that attended the Len Prang & John Gazzola Volunteer Appreciation night. KMHA values and appreciates the many volunteers that it takes to run our organization and recognized those with milestone contributions as well as four individuals recognized for their dedication and commitment to seeing our organization grow and encourage the development of our players.

Awards


Len Prang award
Troy Tait received the
Len Prang Award. This award is presented to the House League Volunteer of the Year.
Pictured below from left to right are Jim Armstrong,VP Boys HL - Minor Atom to Peewee House League; Troy Tait, award recipient; and Claude Restoule, VP Boys HL - Minor Bantam to Midget House League

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Murray Fried award
Chad Voisin was presented with the Murray Fried Award for the Boys Rep Volunteer of the Year.
Pictured below from left to right are Greg Blundell, Associate Vice President and Chad Voisin, award recipient.

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Tom Graham award
Jon Fleming was awarded the Tom Graham Award. This award is for the Girls, Rep. or Local League Volunteer of the Year.
Pictured below from left to right are Jon Flemming, award recipient and Pat Zister, 2nd Vice President - Girls Rep & LL

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Tom Graham received the Patrick J. Doherty Award for his many years of service and numerous roles in both the girls and the boys programs. Unfortunately, Tom was unable to attend the celebration and will be awarded his plaque at the Annual General meeting.

 

Years of Service Awards

 

5 Years of Service

Aaron Werhof, Adam Jones, Adam Kuntz, Allison Aultman, Andreas Mina, Andrew Gaiger, Andrew McCready, Ben Schust, Bob Wolf, Brad Palmer, Braden Guenther, Brenda Peterson, Brian Bester, Brian Perry, Chris Hodgins, Chris Kihut, Craig Warren, Dan Joncas, Danny Cerovac, Darren Helmond, Darryl Schell, Dave Laughlin, Dave Shepley, David Brooks, David Pedley, Deborah Kozak, Denis Jacques, Ed Huemiller, Eric Blais, Eva Van Den Brink, Fernando Desideri, Foster McDonald, Frank Fardy, George Silveira, Glenn Weber, Greg Railsback, Ian Singh, James Reiner, Jason Haughton, Jason Wigmore, Jason Wright, Jeff McDonald, Jim Zuber, John Divo, Kevin Phillip, Krista Koktan, Liz Schnarr, Mark Vanderveen, Michael Delisle, Mike Clark, Mike Radatus, Reid Hart, Rob MacKay, Ryan Garibaldi, Scott Cherrey,

Scott Davey, Scott Liddell, Scott Strachan, Steve Kingsbury, Steve Phylactou, Steven Hatesohl, Sylvain Raymond, Tim Albrecht, Todd Kramp, Tony Mohr, Wayne Campbell

 

10 Years of Service

Brian Burnley, Chad Voisin, Claude Restoule, Darlene Dobie, Darryn Stere, David Thompson, Gary Henning, Mark Albrecht, Mark Germann, Matt Strauss, Michael Shoniker, Paul Rajotte, Tawn Robinson, Tim Hattle, Tom Owens

 

15 Years of Service

Jonathan Fleming, Bob Lekun, Brad Moffett, Ken Sawatzky, Jeffrey Sittler

 

20 Years of Service

Amanda Rogers, Ted Martin, Tracy Martin, Rick McDonald

 

25 Years of Service

Brian Hilliker, Mike Carrick, Rick Feddema

 

30 Years of Service

Don McDonald

 

35 Years of Service

Mike Aultman

Pictured below from left to right are Claude Restoule, VP Boys HL - Minor Bantam to Midget House League; Don McDonald, 30 year award recipient; Glenn McDonald, Technical Director of Officiating; Jim Armstrong,VP Boys HL - Minor Atom to Peewee House League; Mike Aultman, 35 year award recipient


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If you were unable to attend the Volunteer Appreciation evening, and are on this list, please drop by the KMHA office to obtain your award.

The KMHA office and the Volunteer Committee have been working to have all of our volunteers’ Years of Service information centralized through one (1) database with Hockey Canada.  This database will include all of our coaches on Girls and Boys Rep, Local League and House League teams as well as our volunteers involved in other areas such as tournaments.  Please consider updating your information for the KMHA Years of Service database (name/ years of service, email and updated contact information) by emailing Jennifer Rolson at [email protected] Thank you.

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