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Saying Goodbye to Our Past Executive Members
Submitted By pwiesner on Friday, April 12, 2013
Many years of dedication and volunteering do not go unnotice!

This past Wednesday 10th April, a new Executive was selected to represent the GMHA for the 2013-14 season.  With new executive members, old ones are leaving, but not without some accolades!

Bill Davie has been representing the GMHA, most recently as President, for many years.  Bill is a strong advocate for minor hockey in Glanbrook and his heart and dedication to the players and parents will never be forgotten.  Bill will still be around the arena for years to come, helping his own kids become budding superstars.

Tracey Lindley was the oil for the machine that made Rep hockey in Glanbrook go strong for years.  Without a doubt, Tracey's many, many hours of hard work over the many years of commitment to Glanbrook Minor Hockey, is a testament to any one trying to fill her shoes.  Presently the position of V.P. OMHA is open and seeking a Director for this spot.

Liz Guitard never missed a beat.  Her role as Secretary, is a role that kept the communication of information within the GMHA, up to date.  Her countless hours of scribing minutes, setting up coaching interviews, and many behind the scene rolls, are a venture that even the most proficient executive, would have a hard time keeping pace with.

Bill Wells was a long time coach and executive member, who has decided to step down from the role of Player Development, to the shigrin of many other coaches, parents and players!  Bill was an ear for coaches around the league to seek advise and knowledge from, as well as teaching new players the basics of hockey skills.

Travers Kennedy was a dedicated member of the executive who had the grim task of ensuring that we had all of the equipment we needed to function as an Association.  He spent many hours as shops and store looking for the best deals to keep out fees down.

It is with sadness that we bid farewell to these dedicated volunteers and wish them luck with their future ventures!
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