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*list updated September 2016

Most Rev. William McGrattan, Bishop of the Diocese of Calgary
National Spiritual Advisor

Margaret Ann Jacobs
National President

Anne Gorman
President-Elect & Chairperson of Organization

Fran Lucas
1st Vice-President & Chairperson of Education and Health

Shari Guinta
2nd Vice-President & Chairperson of Communications

Janet McLean
Secretary-Treasurer

Barbara Dowding
Past President & Chairperson of Laws

Jacqueline Nogier
National Chairperson of Spiritual Development

Doreen Gowans
Chairperson of Christian Family Life

Betty Colaneri
Chairperson of Community Life

Joan Bona
Chairperson of Resolutions

Nancy Simms
Chairperson of Legislation

Kim Scammell
Executive Director

June Fuller
Alberta Mackenzie Provincial President

Evelyn Rigby
B.C. & Yukon Provincial President

Rolande Chernichan
Manitoba Provincial President

Coreena Cole
Military Ordinariate Provincial President

Marie Rackley
New Brunswick Provincial President

Barbara McGrath
Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial President

Peggy MacNeil
Nova Scotia Provincial President

Pauline Krupa
Ontario Provincial President

Irene Gallant
Prince Edward Island Provincial President

Ingrid LeFort
Quebec Provincial President

Margaret Schwab
Saskatchewan Provincial President

 

Most. Rev William McGrattan, Bishop of the Diocese of Calgary
National Spiritual Advisor

A native of London, Ontario, Bishop William T. McGrattan was ordained to the priesthood on May 2, 1987.

His Excellency received his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Western Ontario, followed by a Master of Divinity from St. Peter’s Seminary in London. After three years of service at St. Joseph’s Parish in Chatham following his ordination, Bishop McGrattan continued his studies in theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, where he received a Licentiate in Fundamental Moral Theology in 1992. He served on the faculty of St. Peter’s Seminary in London as an associate professor, vice-rector and dean of theology, and was appointed as rector of the seminary in 1997.

In 2009, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI appointed Bishop McGrattan as Auxiliary Bishop of Toronto and Titular Bishop of Furnos Minor. He was ordained to the episcopate on January 12, 2010. Bishop McGrattan’s episcopal motto, “Habe Fiduciam in Domino” (Trust in the Lord) is taken from Proverbs 3:5, which reads “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and do not rely on your own insight.”

He was appointed 12th bishop of the Diocese of Peterborough, Ontario on April 8, 2014. On January 4, 2017, Bishop McGrattan was appointed by Pope Francis to succeed Bishop Frederick Henry as the 8th bishop of the Diocese of Calgary. He was installed on February 27, 2017. (bio www.calgarydiocese.ca)

Margaret Ann Jacobs
National President

Margaret Ann  is a retired teacher who lives in Elmvale, Ontario. She is married to Michael, who currently publishes a local newspaper from their home, and is the mother of three adult sons. She is also a grandmother to Ethan and Sean, who live in Cochrane, Alberta, and Sophie, Mazie and Porter, who live in Hamillville, Ontario.

Over the years, Margaret Ann has been actively involved in her church as a lector, Eucharistic minister, minister of hospitality and counter. More recent volunteer work includes nursing home visitation, Birthright International, the Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario, the Out of the Cold program and, of course, helping with the newspaper.

As a committed member, Margaret Ann has served in most positions at various levels. From parish level she went on to serve on the northern regional executive and then Toronto Diocesan Council. After serving as Toronto diocesan council president, she served as chairperson of spiritual development, education and health, resolutions and organization, and as president and past president for Ontario Provincial Council.. At national level, she has served as chairperson of spiritual development and Christian family life and is currently serving as chairperson of organization.

Margaret Ann has enjoyed presenting leadership courses and other workshops for the League. She has a passion for liturgy and pursues opportunities to develop her spirituality and journey in faith with other Christians.

She welcomes the opportunity to promote the League through the organization standing committee. She firmly believes that the greatest gift we can give another woman is a League membership.

Anne Gorman
National President-Elect

Anne-Marie is a lifelong member of St. Patrick’s Parish, Stanley, New Brunswick, except during university and graduate school. She joined the League in 1977 following the death of her mother who had been an active member of the local council. As Anne-Marie studied League documents she grew to appreciate the organization’s commitment to spiritual development as well as mandates addressed by the standing committees.

Anne-Marie served in all capacities in her small parish council, while being invited to act as chairperson of education and health at the diocesan level. She loved serving the League in a different and wider capacity and has also served as chairperson of communications, spiritual development and resolutions. While she became excited about resolutions, she found that even the word struck fear and trepidation in some members. She noted, “An opportunity was born, to educate and sing the praises of the outcomes that could be achieved by putting our faith into action.” She has researched and written countless resolutions over the years and is pleased to say that the members’ attitudes have changed immensely. Many members now understand that the study and writing of resolutions is a tangible expression of their love of the League and they appreciate the changes that may be achieved. Anne-Marie has given several workshops over the years and has enjoyed meeting her sisters around the province while facilitating programs developed for them by national committees and sharing the good news that is the League.

While serving as liaison for communications for an annual national convention Anne-Marie appreciated the opportunity to meet members of the national executive who she saw as “role models committed to healing a wounded world.” Meeting national presidents during their visits to New Brunswick further cemented her interest and desire to serve wherever she was needed.

Anne-Marie has met many members whose sisterhood she cherishes; and the oral histories of life members, past chairpersons of national standing committees and presidents have taught her to love the League even more. She was honoured with a life membership in 2003.

Coming from a farm family (eight brothers and one sister) that valued education, she received her post-secondary education at St. Francis Xavier University (a bachelor of science degree. in physical education with a minor in English), followed by years of teaching physical education and English, while coaching basketball, volleyball, and badminton teams. Post-graduate study followed at the University of Maine at Orono and the University of New Brunswick (a master of education degree). Following a hiatus from teaching, she continued in the classroom, followed by years as a school guidance counsellor and administrator. A strong and encouraging view of youth is the gift she has received from the hundreds of students with whom she has interacted, leaving her to believe she had chosen the best career in the world for her.

Anne-Marie is a widow with four grown children, three of whom are married. She is the proud grandmother of six gorgeous grandchildren, and she recently received the news she will be a grandma  to two more! Whether at the arrival of new grandchildren or at the passing of a beloved brother, Anne-Marie continues to believe that “God is good, all the time.”

Fran Lucas
National 1st Vice-President and Chairperson of Education and Health

Fran has been a League member for 26 years. She is married to George, and her son and daughter-in-law have blessed them with a grandson who is now two-and-a-half-years-old. A second grandchild is on the way! Born to parents of Polish descent, she was born and raised in Chipman, Alberta.

Fran has been national chairperson of community life,  Alberta Mackenzie provincial chairperson of education and health, chairperson of organization at the provincial, diocesan and parish levels, and Edmonton diocesan chairperson of spiritual development.

Special League projects, committees, meetings and presentations Fran has worked on include:

  • 2013-2014-worked with the Edmonton Catholic Schools board's program specialist to create a Catch the Fire! curriculum for high school use and assisted in the delivery of the pilot
  • 2010-2012-member of the ad hoc National Leadership Development Committee (Catch the Fire!) and subsequent facilitator for Catch the Fire!
  • in the Archdiocese of Edmonton-chaired diocesan council Centennial Gala Committee (2012)
  • member of national subcommittee of Christian family life to develop an administration manual for  the Catholic Girls' League. Organized a Catholic Girls' League  at Jean Forest all Girls Leadership Academy (All Girls)
  • organized the first university parish council at  the University of Alberta
  • League representative on committee for  (biannual) Catholic Conference in 2008 and 2010
  • chaired 2002 Edmonton Archdiocesan World Youth Day Accommodations Committee
  • member of Archbishop Collins' strategic planning committee on "The Definition of Marriage"
  • as member of the Edmonton Diocesan Fieldworkers for  8 years, developed and delivered workshops and chaired the group for two years
  • started a young women’s group whose mandate was to recruit League membership
  • sat on a League liaison committee with Edmonton Catholic Schools board.

In August 2014, Fran accepted an invitation from the Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace to nationally represent the League on a solidarity trip to the Philippines with nine others.

Currently, Fran is the manager of the Volunteer Services Department for a large not-for-profit organization with a base of more than 1,200 volunteers. She is a member of the Human Resources Institute of Alberta (HRIA), Leaders in Volunteer Engagement (LIVE), Greater Edmonton Tourism Human Resources Committee and holds a CHRP designation as a Canadian Human Resources Professional.  Fran was the manager of training and development and human resources advisor where she is currently employed.

Shari Guinta
National 2nd Vice-President and Chairperson of Communications

Originally from Nova Scotia, Shari moved to Ontario to attend college. She settled in Waterloo with her husband, Peter, and they now have two adult children.

Shari started her League journey in 1986 at Sacred Heart Parish (Kitchener) when there was a membership drive. Although she had never heard of the Catholic Women’s League, it sounded like something she wanted to know more about. At her first parish council meeting, she was asked to serve as recording secretary, and she became parish council president in 1991. Following that, she served on Hamilton Diocesan Council for 14 years and was diocesan president from 2001 to 2003. While diocesan president, she initiated the first diocesan vocations mass; a mass celebrated in the Diocese of Hamilton each year to profile and pray for vocations.

Over the years, Shari has presented workshops including “Trying to be a Mary in a Martha World” and “Prayer Time and You”.

Once elected to Ontario Provincial Council, Shari served as treasurer, chairperson of spiritual development and organization, and acted as provincial president from 2009-2011. She was awarded her life membership in 2005 from the Diocese of Hamilton.

Shari was elected to the national executive in 2012 and acted as chairperson of resolutions In 2014, she became national secretary-treasurer.

Shari is actively involved in her parish, St. Michael (Waterloo), as a minister of the word. She has served as chair of the 50th Anniversary Renovation Committee Moreover, was involved with the parish confirmation preparation team for five years.

She is a member of the Hamilton Diocesan Finance Committee and is an associate member of the Kitchener-Waterloo Serra Club, an international organization that fosters, promotes, supports and prays for vocations to the priesthood and religious life. Shari is a 2014 recipient of the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice medal.

Being a businesswoman who owns a busy property management company makes for a hectic life, but Shari always has time for the League. She says, “I get so much more out of the League than I could ever possibly put into it.” She is thankful to meet so many intelligent, spiritual women through the League and looks forward to her continued journey.

Janet McLean, National Secretary-Treasurer

Janet was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, but raised in Lachine, Quebec, from the age of five. After attending English Catholic public schools, she took a two-year secretarial course.

Janet started work at the age of 18 as a legal secretary for a Jewish legal firm in Montreal and worked briefly in Edinburgh, Scotland. She returned to Canada and earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in accounting from Concordia University, while working full-time for her first Montreal employer.

In 1981 Janet married Richard South and had a daughter, Catherine, in December 1984, who joined her heavenly Father at three months of age.

Janet joined the League in 1985, encouraged by her parish priest. She helped on a council committee and then let her name stand for election the following year. Several committed members, now life members, mentored her, and her pastor gave strong support when she served as parish council president.

After reading at a League mass, she became a Sunday lector at her parish and also reads every Monday at the noon mass at St. Patrick Basilica. She serves as treasurer on the board of directors of Birthright Montreal.

At council meetings Janet learned of issues of concern to Catholic women at community, provincial and national levels. Janet notes, “Being a League member gave me the courage to do things I never thought I was capable of doing – speaking to large groups, leading women in prayer, interacting with a broad spectrum of individuals and getting involved in numerous projects. The CWL has enriched my faith with wonderful spiritual services and has been the channel through which I have experienced incredible faith-enriching events, including the 49th International Eucharistic Congress of 2008 and the World Union of Catholic Women’s Organizations centenary assembly in Jerusalem in 2010.

“As a member I have had the opportunity to practice patience, understanding, listening skills, deal with frustration, and meet amazing and wonderful women.” Other interests include swimming lengths (every day, if possible), Scottish country dancing, vegetable gardening, cross-country skiing, curling and travelling on VIA Rail.

Barbara Dowding 
National Past President and Chairperson of Laws

Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Barbara attended St. Augustine’s Church. In 1969 she married Alan. They have three sons—Ian, Michael and Robert. After a term in England, they settled on the North Shore where Barbara first encountered the League through a “Stitch and Coffee” group of young mothers at St. Stephen’s Roman Catholic Parish, which she joined in 1978. She is an avid golfer, enjoys holidays with Alan and likes to run. Her three grandchildren, Devon, Maya and Sofia (and another on the way), remain her priority.

Barbara accepted parish council presidency in 1990 and went on to become diocesan council president in 1997. Barbara’s goals at that time were to encourage all members to say, “Here I am Lord, use me!” and to assist in the recognition and appreciation of each other’s gifts, which continues to be her passion. She enjoys speaking at parish councils (the heart of the League), taking every opportunity to talk about the League, and facilitating workshops and presentations that promote the big picture.

Barbara has been chairperson of the community life, resolutions and organization standing committees at the provincial and national level. She served on a national ad hoc committee that produced Leading the League, a training manual for members. In 2003, Barbara received her life membership as well as a maple leaf service pin. She chaired the 2000 annual provincial convention and 2005 annual national convention committees, and credits these conventions’ success to the awesome committee members. She served for many years on the board of Our Lady of Good Counsel Society and is an active member of her parish.

Barbara worked in the retail sector, at a public library and in a Catholic high school. She spent three years in the Archdiocese of Vancouver Marriage Tribunal before becoming the coordinator of the Great Jubilee events in 2000 and the archdiocesan synod in 1997. In 2004, she was named vice chancellor for the Archdiocese of Vancouver, a position she currently holds in addition to being director of the stewardship office. In 2010, Barbara was awarded the papal Benemerenti Medal in recognition of her service to the archdiocese and her work with the League.

Barbara credits her love for the League and personal development to the many League sisters who have affirmed and challenged her. Experiences at the World Union of Catholic Women’s Organizations study days and meetings, first in Arlington, Virginia, most recently, Fatima, Portugal, and at a conference on Mulieris Dignitatum in Rome in 2009, made her even more determined to help women appreciate and embrace all the League has to offer. Her experience with delegations to the provincial and federal government makes her even more convinced the League is relevant in today’s secular society and a viable force for good in the world.

Jacqueline Nogier, National Chairperson of Spiritual Development

Jacqueline Nogier was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan but moved to Snow Lake, Manitoba as an infant. Jacqueline is lucky enough to be living down the street from where her parents still live.

Jacqueline married her husband Clarence, also from Snow Lake, after graduating with a Bachelor of Education from the University of Manitoba. They are both teachers in the community’s only school. They have lived and been employed as teachers in Snow Lake since 1996. Clarence and Jacqueline have 2 teenage sons, Alexander and Christian who attend school where their parents teach.

Jacqueline joined the League in 1997 with her mother Ella. Since then, she has held numerous positions at the parish level. In 2000 with an infant and a 2 year old in tow, she became the Keewatin-The Pas Diocese President. It was during that time that Jacqueline really got a first hand taste of what being part of a provincial and national organization really meant and then she was hooked. At the provincial level, Jacqueline has served in the positions of chairperson of education and health and organization, and is now completing her final year as provincial past president. Jacqueline is now working towards recreating and maintaining the Manitoba provincial CWL website.

Jacqueline plays piano and serves in the music ministry in her parish. Jacqueline enjoys travelling with her family, reading, and taking tae-kwon-do classes 3 times per week. Even though living in Snow Lake puts Jacqueline a little far off the beaten path, she loves to travel with and for the CWL. Jacqueline believes that the CWL is a Catholic woman’s best kept secret- and that we shouldn’t keep it a secret any longer!

Doreen Gowans
National Chairperson of Christian Family Life

Doreen was born in Kamloops, BC.  After graduating from St. Ann`s Academy, Kamloops, BC she took Business Administrative course which led her to work for Weyerhaeuser Canada as an admin assistant to the VP of Human Resources and the VP for Pension and Benefits, and later she worked as a scheduler for hourly employees, retiring in 2010.  She graduated from the Christopher Leadership course, a 2 year Lay Enrichment program and many computer courses.

In 1968 Doreen married Bil; they have two married children and eight grandchildren.

Doreen joined the league in 1968.  At the parish level she held many Standing Committee Chairs, through to president.  She was instrumental in designing the Membership Certificate which the League has modified and uses today.  On the Diocesan level she was secretary and introduced computer minute taking, Communications, Organization and President.  She produced a CWL cookbook to celebrate 50th Anniversary.  She was awarded her Maple Leaf service pin from her Diocesan Council.  On the Provincial level Doreen was Secretary, Communications and Organization/President Elect Chair.  She has been known for organizing bus trips to enable more members to travel to various conventions.  In April 2012, her council lost two of its members and two other members were seriously injured in a tragic car accident on the way to the Kamloops Diocesan Convention.  Her council received hundreds of prayers and masses which were comforting not only to the four families involved but to all the members of her council.  She firmly believes that we as members do not appreciate the wealth of spirituality the League provides for its members and we need to promote and communicate this special feature of the League.  She was awarded her Life Membership in 2011.

In her parish community of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Doreen is very involved.  Along with her husband and another couple she put together a weekend retreat for happily married couples entitled “Together Forever”.  She is an Associate member of the Congregation of Notre Dame (CND) and was appointed to their Justice, Peace and Integrality of Creation Team which deals with global justice & peace issues. Along with her husband she organized & taught marriage prep for 20 years.   Spirituality and her love for the League are a very important part of her life.

Betty Colaneri, National Chairperson of Community Life

Joan Bona, National Chairperson of Resolutions

Joan Bona has lived most of her life in Louisdale, Nova Scotia, and became a member of St. Louis Parish Council at her mother’s prompting in 1981. (Joan’s mother paid Joan’s membership for the first year.) Although not initially an active member, Joan became more involved when women in her age group encouraged her to attend meetings. After attending her first meeting, she experienced a most welcoming atmosphere of friendship, joy and encouragement. Joan has served in a number of leadership positions at the parish, diocesan and provincial levels.

Joan is married to Lou, and they have two children and three grandchildren. She loves to travel (“RV’ing”), read, listen to music, cycle, garden, and delve into her Acadian family genealogy when time permits. Joan works full time with the Strait Regional School Board as board secretary/executive secretary to the superintendent and also acts as information access privacy officer, administering the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and other legislation relating to access of information. She is a member of the Canadian Association of Communicators in Education and serves as choir director for the St. Louis parish choir, indulging in her love of liturgical music.

Volunteering has always played an integral role in Joan’s life, and she has served as past president/board member of The Arthritis Society – Nova Scotia Division, a board member of the Louisdale Community Homes Association, a cub/beaver leader with the Nova Scotia Council of Scouts Canada, a board member of the Strait Richmond Palliative Care Society and as a board member of other charitable organizations.

Upon reflection of her League journey, Joan credits many mentors and the encouragement of her League sisters whose influence brought her out of her comfort zone. She has researched several resolutions for her parish council. Joan also served as chairperson of registration for the 2006 annual national convention in Halifax, guest journalist for two annual national conventions and facilitator for a number of Catch the Fire! workshops, to name a few. She received her life membership in 2010.

Joan’s love for the League gives testament to a journey of stewardship, mentorship and, above all, friendship. She cites that she “always leaves a League gathering in awe of the collective wisdom, knowledge and intellect of League members.” The League has gifted her with a profound love and enthusiasm for this wonderful organization of Catholic women, whose lives are centred in loving service to others and who give meaningful and joyful witness to their faith.

Nancy Simms
National Chairperson of Legislation

Nancy was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is the youngest in a family of six, with her oldest sibling being only six years older than herself (no, there are no twins in the family). As a child she was very shy, and when she thinks back on it she is amazed she was able to survive as a waitress as a young adult.

Nancy joined the League in 1990 while living in 100 Mile House, just after the birth of her fourth and youngest child. (Her oldest child was four years of age.) Not long after becoming a member, her parish council considered disbanding as no one wanted to take on the presidency. It was then that Life Member Ann Devlin (Victoria), Nancy’s greatest mentor in the League, convinced Nancy she had the ability to be parish council president. Nancy admits her knowledge of the League was limited, so she cleaned out the church hall closet, with all the League history (and then some!), and began reading. Her family had no kitchen table for a week, but she learned about the League and was amazed with its capacity to make a difference in the world!

Since then, Nancy has gone on to be diocesan chairperson of Christian family life, resolutions, organization and diocesan president. At the provincial level she has been chairperson of resolutions, education and health, organization, and president and past president. In 2004, she was appointed to a two year term to the national resolutions committee. Because of the opportunity she had to serve in these positions, she has been part of a provincial delegation to meet with the provincial government seven times and has prepared numerous workshops facilitated throughout the province. She has also assisted with many resolutions, including one that has been presented to the World Union of Catholic Women’s Organizations. Her League passions are spirituality, resolutions and facilitating workshops!

Nancy now lives in Kamloops with her wonderful husband of 29 years. Their oldest son was ordained into the priesthood over two years ago. Since her beginnings in the League she has taught confirmation classes, was president of a local pro-life organization, welcomed numerous children into her home as a foster parent, and has owned and operated a house cleaning business with approximately 20 employees for 14 years. In her spare time she loves to travel, read, and most of all spend time with her five grandchildren. The League has given her the confidence, support, love and friendship she has needed and continues to need to make her dreams come true.

Kim Scammell
Executive Director

Kim was born and raised in Winnipeg, Man. Her education and work experience has been varied and interesting. To support herself while attending university, Kim worked at four part time jobs concurrently. She graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Science (Honors) with Distinction in 1988, majoring in genetics. Prior to graduation, she accepted employment with a public accounting firm and committed herself to becoming a Chartered Accountant (CA).

Kim spent five years at an accounting firm performing audits, financial reviews and tax assistance for clients in various industries. Many of her clients were not-for-profit organizations and she thoroughly enjoyed these audits. As a CA student, in addition to receiving practical on-the-job training, she was required to take accounting courses, two of which earned her Gold Medals.

After receiving her CA designation in 1991, Kim found employment in industry where she has been employed as a controller for the past six years. Her responsibilities have included all aspects of finance and administration, giving her the opportunity to develop a keen business instinct.

Kim has volunteered with various organizations over the years, primarily those which support and increase awareness of the mentally and physically challenged. In her parish, she has also volunteered as a catechist and is currently on the school board.

Kim is married to David and has one son, two daughters, and two step-daughters.

June Fuller
Alberta Mackenzie Provincial President

Evelyn Rigby, B.C. & Yukon Provincial President

Rolande Chernichan
Manitoba Provincial President

Coreena Cole
Military Ordinariate Provincial President

 

Marie Rackley
New Brunswick Provincial President

Barbara McGrath
Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial President

 

Peggy MacNeil
Nova Scotia Provincial President

 

Pauline Krupa
Ontario Provincial President

Pauline was born in Fort William, Ontario, (now Thunder Bay). Her son, Daniel, daughter-in-law Shan and grandchildren, Joelle and Wyatt, are the joys of her life. She has become “Baba” to many other young ones, helping out at a home daycare.

Pauline began her teaching career in a number of communities around Northwestern Ontario including teaching years in northern First Nations communities. Settling back home in 1974, she began her journey with the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board. In those early years, evenings and summers were dedicated to earning Bachelor of Arts degrees in Anthropology and Education. She continued her learning, taking education specialist courses and religious education courses. She retired in 2010, ending her career as a special education teacher.

Over the years, Pauline has volunteered her time in many community, diocesan and parish groups. Presently, she is a member of the Cathedral RCIA team, and a lector and Eucharistic minister in her own parish. She serves as the secretary for the Soccer Northwest discipline committee.

Pauline is a charter member of St. Peter Parish Council. As a member, she has held a number of executive positions at parish and diocesan levels. In 2012, Pauline was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her work in the community, parish and, most specifically, with the League. She has served on the provincial executive as chairperson of spiritual development, resolutions, communications and organization. Over these years, she organized a successful meet and greet reception in Queen’s Park (March 2011), facilitated the update of the provincial website, reviewed manuals and guides and introduced teleconferencing as a tool for League development. Pauline has developed and facilitated a number of workshops for members across the province.

For fun, she loves basket weaving, and enjoying local theatre and music groups. In her spare time, Pauline supports her parish council with organizing funeral luncheons and annual fund raising events.

Irene Gallant
Prince Edward Island Provincial President

Ingrid LeFort
Quebec Provincial President

Margaret Schwab
Saskatchewan Provincial President