7739 Herb England, Class of ’68, served with the Queen’s Own Rifles and PPCLI for three years. From 1968 to 1971, he served in Cyprus and as Chief Instructor at the Canadian Army Mountaineering School. He retired with the rank of Captain.

Following retirement, he worked with Arthur Andersen & Co in Toronto. He became a Chartered Accountant and obtained his MBA from York University. Herb then did almost twenty years with John Labatt Limited. He held various positions including CEO of Labatt Breweries of Western Canada in Edmonton, Catelli Inc in Montreal, and Johanna Dairies Inc in New York and New Jersey. He also served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in Toronto. After leaving Labatt’s Herb participated in a couple of buy-outs in Toronto and then Florida.

Herb currently serves as a Director of Enbridge Inc in Calgary, Enbridge Energy Partners in Houston, Midcoast Energy Partners in Houston, and Fuelcell Energy Inc in New York. He also has private investments in two construction companies in Florida.

Herb and his wife, Wendy, have been married for 46 years. They have a son living in Toronto and another in San Francisco. They also have three granddaughters in San Francisco. They alternate their time between Naples, Florida and the Russian River Valley area north of San Francisco.

Paul Raymond 15435  and 5 other ex-cadets (Pierre Sergerie, Luc Filiatreault, Benoit Renaud, Harold Arsenault & Robert Beauregard) will be participating in a unique Rapelling activity in downtown Montreal (from the 21st floor!) to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation to grant wishes to kids with life threatening diseases.

There are a few spots left and he assumes it might interest other ex-Cadets in our area to join.

Interested e-Veritas readers wishing to learn more – contact 15435 Paul Raymond.

Paul Raymond, PEng, ICD.D
Président et chef de la direction
President and Chief Executive OfficerBureau/ Office : 514.285.5552
Cellulaire / Cell : 514.605.1225
1155, rue Metcalfe, bureau 2121
Montréal, (Québec) H3B 2V6