Long Term Service Recognition

The Long Term Service Recognition program recognizes and celebrates APPI RPP members, their service and dedication to the Institute and the profession.

The recipients were recognized at the 2020 APPI Volunteer Awards and Appreciation Celebration virtually on November 26, 2020, with 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 45 years of service.

Karen Roberts, RPP     20 Years

Lenore Mitchell, RPP    20 Years

Daniel Whelton, RPP    20 Years

Graham Beck, RPP      20 Years

Tracey Tester, RPP       20 Years

Nancy Hackett, RPP     20 Years

Stuart Wraight, RPP     20 Years

Erik Backstrom, RPP    20 Years

Albert Flootman, RPP   25 Years

Chuck McNutt, RPP      25 Years

Greg Birch, RPP           30 Years

Curtis Cundy, RPP        30 Years

Greg Hofmann, RPP     30 Years

Alan Wallace, RPP        30 Years

Frank Liszczak, RPP    30 Years

Ronald Morrison, RPP   30 Years

Geoff Chow, RPP         35 Years

Duncan Fraser, RPP    35 Years

Robert Riddett, RPP    40 Years

Louise Gibson, RPP     40 Years

Werner Fischer, RPP   40 Years

Brent Hughes, RPP     40 Years

Philip Dack, RPP         40 Years

Olga M. Lovatt, RPP    40 Years

J. Kent Stewart, RPP   40 Years

Jean Porteous, RPP     40 Years

Richard Parker, RPP, FCIP 45 years

 

Specifically the objectives of the Long Term Service Recognition Program are:

Recognize long term membership with the professional planning organization as a Registered Professional Planner (RPP) or its equivalent in Canada and includes those now retired from practice. 
To increase the level of pride and satisfaction of membership amongst APPI members.
To promote the concept of professional planners contributing to the profession and building awareness of the Institute and planning.