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You could say they put the "present" into president. During
the Past Presidents' Society Reception on Nov. 22, at the D.A. Lindberg
Conference Centre, APEGGA's leaders from years gone by presented their
association with an original painting by O.N. (Rick) Grandmaison, 1932-1985.
The son of indigenous portrait painter Nicholas de Grandmaison, Mr. Grandmaison
studied at the Banff School of Fine Arts, the Chelsea School, in London,
England, and later under his father at the Winnipeg School of Art. Many
of his scenes were painted near his studio at Red Deer Lake, capturing
the essence of southwest Alberta. From left are past presidents Ron Gray,
P.Eng., Norman Orr, P.Eng., Robert Savage, P.Eng., Darrel Danyluk, P.Eng.,
Tom Chambers, P.Eng., Donald Bellow, P.Eng., Noel Cleland, P.Eng., Emil
Sanden, P.Eng., Barry Lester, P.Eng., and Fred Otto, P.Eng.
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