Wall of Honour 2011

Anthony Bidulka

Anthony Bidulka

Anthony Bidulka was raised on a farm near the small town of Prud'homme, Saskatchewan. He obtained his B.Ed 1991 as well as two other degrees and then pursued his childhood dream of becoming a writer. In 2003, Insomniac Press, Toronto, ON, published Anthony's first book, Amuse Bouche: A Russell Quant Mystery. With the very first book, the series became an instant success with book reviewers and readers, provincially, nationally, and internationally. Anthony tours extensively throughout Canada and the United States for speaking engagements and book tours. He is a great believer in community involvement and has sat on a number of boards and committees.

Photos - October 28 Reception & Book Signing - Anthony Bidulka

Dale Bottong

Dale Botting

Dale Botting is a high profile Canadian business leader and "serial CEO" - having led five different corporate organizations in small business advocacy, non-profit social services, the environmental industry, economic development, and international trade promotion. He is a member of the International (Business) Coaching Federation; and holds the designation of Certified International Trade Professional (C.I.T.P.). He has three university degrees with Highest Distinction in Biology and Geography (Double Honours, 1975) and Education (1977) - all from the University of Saskatchewan. He also conducted post-graduate studies in environmental design and resource management at both the U. of S. and the University of Calgary.

Photos - September 30 Reception - Dale Botting, Lloyd Cenaiko, Grit McCreath & Fibbi Tatti

Lloyd Cenaiko

Lloyd Cenaiko

Lloyd Cenaiko taught for three years before entering the business and investment world. He spent the next fifteen years as a business owner and commercial real estate developer / manager. He is currently the president of the HART (Humanitarian Aid Response Teams) , a Christian Relief Aid and Missions organization, with projects in Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus and Romania. Lloyd’s father, Fred Cenaiko, was also a teacher (1944- one of the first classes) and among his accomplishments, received the Order of Canada. Fred is now a retired Doctor of Medicine.

Photos - September 30 Reception - Dale Botting, Lloyd Cenaiko, Grit McCreath & Fibbi Tatti

Grit McCreath

Grit McCreath

Grit McCreath's service to others and her community has been a hallmark of Grit’s career in education as a teacher and school administrator. Her indomitable spirit and unbounded optimism gave hope to many students who otherwise saw little reason to persist in their studies. Over the years, Grit has contributed to municipal, multi-provincial, and federal agencies, most notably the Famous 5 Foundation, a Canada-wide initiative devoted to the recognition and empowerment of young women as it addressed the contributions of leading female figures to the nation.

Photos - September 30 Reception - Dale Botting, Lloyd Cenaiko, Grit McCreath & Fibbi Tatti

Fibbie Tatti

Fibbie Tatti

Fibbie Tatti was born to the Sahtuotine First Nation on Great Bear River in the Northwest Territories, Canada and she is a fluent speaker, writer and storyteller of the North Slavey Language. For more than 30 years, she has been a major force in bringing Dene languages and culture to prominence. Fibbie is recognized as a strong and effective advocate for Aboriginal languages and culture.

Photos - September 30 Reception - Dale Botting, Lloyd Cenaiko, Grit McCreath & Fibbi Tatti

If you wish to nominate an alumnae/us to be recognized on the Wall, please email the name of the individual, along with a short biography by May 15, to education.advancement@usask.ca.