Volunteer and Business Awards

The Frank Edmonds Volunteer Award

This award honours Frank Edmonds, who valued commitment to hard work. Frank died of ALS in 2001. This award recognizes outstanding volunteer service to the work of the ALS Society of Manitoba and those it serves. The recipient epitomizes volunteerism through his or her contribution of time and/or talents towards the advancement of the mission and goals of the ALS Society of Manitoba.

The Frank Edmonds Volunteer Award has been divided into three categories to include outstanding volunteer service in Winnipeg, Rural Manitoba and in a Youth category.

2016 – Lorna McLeod (Winnipeg)
Cheryl Samson-Siemens (Winnipeg)
2015 – Nicole Woodley (Winnipeg)
Don Johnson (Winnipeg)
2014 – Murray Jordan (Winnipeg)
Bertha Buote (Rural)
2013 – Greg Fritz (Winnipeg)
Madison, Aidan and Riley Chapel (Youth)
2012 – Marika Barchuk (Winnipeg)
Amethyst Gamey-Wiebe (Youth)
2011 – Gail Reid (Winnipeg)
Alice McInnes (Rural)
Tia and Katie Kasowan (Youth)
2010 – Kelsey Jackson (Winnipeg)
Rick and Joan Fewster (Rural)
Kaitlyn Cava (Youth)
2009 – Bertha Buote and Jennifer Staerk
2008 – Kathleen Kirk
2007 – Lynn Brown
2006 – Joyce Sinclair
2005 – Vicky Beauregard
2004 – Leslie Abbott

Marcel Bertrand Memorial Business Award

After being diagnosed with ALS in February of 2000, Marcel Bertrand worked tirelessly on behalf on the ALS Society of Manitoba, taking on such roles as board member, educator, advocate and major fundraiser. Marcel served two terms as president of the ALS Society of Manitoba and was instrumental in the planning and reconstruction of Brummitt-Feasby ALS House. Marcel received numerous local and national commendations for his work with the Society before his death in July 2007.

In recognition of Marcel’s exceptional ability to garner support from the business community for his work, this award is presented annually to honour a business which has made a significant contribution both in volunteerism and financial support to the ALS Society of Manitoba and people living with ALS.

2016 – GoGetter Moving and Odd Jobs
2015 – Reliable Mobility Home Health Care
2014 – Real Canadian Superstore and Extra Foods
2013 – Tripwire Media Group
2012 – MacDon Industries
2011 – Derksen Plumbing and Heating

 

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