| Recent issues of The PEGG have requested that
members who have children or grandchildren who have graduated in the last year from an
engineering or earth science programs forward the names for publication. Printed below are
those who have responded. Congratulations to the graduates and their families.
Jennifer M. Dembicki, daughter of
Dennis Dembicki, P.Eng., graduated this spring from the University of Alberta, with a B.
Sc. in chemical engineering.
- James R. Jackson, son of Donald L. Jackson P.Eng., received his B.Sc. in chemical
engineering from the University of Calgary this spring.
Lloyd Willis, P.Eng., who graduated from the University of Alberta in 1942 and whose son
Terry Willis, P.Eng., graduated from the U of Calgary in 1972, reports that his grandson,
Sean Willis, graduated this spring from the U of A, making him the third generation to
receive a civil engineering degree from an Alberta university.
Robert S. Leitch, P.Eng., reports his son Gregory Leitch graduated in mechanical
engineering from the University of Alberta in December.
Jason David Smith graduated in April
with a chemical engineering degree from the U of A. He is the son of John David Smith,
- Allison J. Wolfe, daughter of Larry W. Wolfe, P.Eng., completed her B.Sc. in geological/
environmental engineering at Queen's University this spring.
- Bryan Douglas Normandin, son of Douglas G. Normandin, P.Eng., graduated in April from
the University of Waterloo Engineering Honours Co-op program with a degree of B.A.Sc. in
Ryan Steven Bazant, son of Phil S.
Bazant, P.Eng., graduated from the University of Calgary in civil engineering in April.
Hanna C. Kruger, daughter of Douglas A. Kruger, P.Eng., graduated from Queens
University, Kingston, ON in chemical engineering (B.Sc.) (Applied Sciences) in May.
Stephen Shawn Irvine, P.Eng., son of Earle B. Irvine, P.Eng., received his master's
degree in electrical engineering (internetworking) from DalTech in Halifax, N.S., in May.