We sadly note the sudden passing on September 9th of Lloyd Raymond Gerald Simonson, who taught in the Drafting/CAD Technology Department for many years.
In August 2017, the Washington Post shared the touching story of Ayan Abdi, one of the relatively few lucky students to be accepted that year to the Student Refugee Program (SRP) by the World University Service of Canada (WUSC). One year earlier, Ayan had been one of 5,000 hopefuls to take its two-hour qualifying exam in Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp, the largest in the world. Sixteen of those students would be offered not just a college education, but a new life, with the Canadian government providing them with citizenship and a chance to sponsor their families. Now, in 2018, not only is RRC a proud SRP participant, we are honoured to be able to welcome Ayan to our campus.
We are saddened to report that Donnie Ludwig, a key part of our Food Services family, passed away suddenly in early July while celebrating his birthday, dancing in Vegas with friends and colleagues.
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We sadly mark the passing of George Henry Smith, who retired from RRCC in 1988 after many years as a masonry instructor. At one point, George took a welding course and fabricated the Iron Man statue (The Surveyor) that now stands on the east side of the Notre Dame Campus facing the intersection of Route 90 and Notre Dame Avenue.
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