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Author Archives: J.D. Booth
J.D. Booth, our Publisher/Editor, has extensive experience in journalism and corporate communications. A resident of the Sarnia area since 1985, he has worked in industry and media. He was the founding editor and principal writer for a business oriented magazine between 2002 and 2006.
When the name Feige is mentioned, especially in Sarnia-Lambton, chances are it’s in connection with the third-generation family of denturists that continue to serve the community.
Lisa Isaac has a favourite saying—or at least one she’s quick to use when explaining the value of the services she provides as a human resources consultant.
Walk into any Little Caesars store in the Sarnia-Lambton area and look around.
Christine Yurchuk may tell you that her extended path to entrepreneurship may have been at least partially influenced by stories told by her husband, although to be accurate, perhaps not at the beginning.
While the career of Meghie Smids, daughter of Marie Marcy-Smids and Henry Smids, a security consultant, is obviously still in its early days, it’s not hard at all to see continued success for this young female engineer.
While Shannon Rake has spent “a lot of time in the dealership world,” she’ll also tell you that her first love, at least from a career standpoint, was as a veterinary technician.
It’s been close to three decades since Katherine Walker, who grew up in a family of eight brothers and sisters in the town of Lambeth, just outside London, moved to Corunna with her children and husband, who was transferred here with the Ministry of the Environment.
It’s not everyone who can effectively manage a fundraising program or put together an event designed to raise the profile of an organization, especially one that requires the sustainable funding if it is to provide services intended to raise the quality of life for members of our community.
It’s an exciting moment (courtesy Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley) to see the “Fair Jeanne” already in Sarnia–berthed south of the Duc D’Orleans dock.