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Phillip (1979 College) & Darlene Hay
As of 2004 Phillip and his wife Darlene reside in Kelowna, BC. Darlene is the Human Resources Manager with SHAW and Phillip is the Director with PRHC and Exemplar and is an adjunct instructor and Registrar with the Kelowna College of Professional Counselling. Both their Children, Tristyn and Kristoffer are doing well and have their own children to which Phillip and Darlene are now the lucky grandparents. Phillip worked as a Chaplain with the Health Sciences Centre and Victoria General Hospital in 1981 - 1985 and then worked with Blue Cross in Manitoba for 9 years as their Manager of Clinical Services prior to launching his own employee assistance program in 1996, delivering EAP services to a number of corporations as their exclusive provider. They have fond memories of being at then Winnipeg Bible College where they both learned from past instructors such as Steve Masterson, Phil Taylor, Al Hebert and others. If anyone from 1976-79 wants to touch base, you can reach me through my email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Darby & Paul Rudolph
Darby (Kilmer) (1996 College) & Paul Rudolph
The year 2012 has been a year of change in our household. For many years, we have wanted to have children, but we just have not been able to do so. Recently, my husband, Paul, gave up his career of almost 17 years, in favour of becoming foster parents to teenagers. We began the process to become foster parents in August 2011, and we were licensed in January 2012. Since that time we have had six kids in our home. There have been huge challenges and obstacles to go through. We discovered that just because you have the heart to love and give to all children, it doesn’t mean that those kids are ready to receive all that you have to offer them. The reality of this hit us full force as we have endured many storms with several kids. Ultimately we had to realize that not everyone was going to be a good fit for our home. So we have had to let a few of these precious ones go on to find another path with the help of their social workers. But now we have found two teenage boys (half brothers aged 14 in grade 9, and 17 in grade 11) who are a perfect fit for us. They have been in our home since August 2012, and they are permanent wards, so the likelihood is that we will have them until they both graduate, and even possibly beyond that. So, for the next two to four years, we are a family of four, plus the two canine fur kids…lol! We appreciate all the prayers as we walk on this unknown journey. Paul is a full time, stay at home foster dad, which is a true blessing and luxury this day and age. But with the sort of issues we were dealing with in the past we realized how necessary it was for him to be at home, on call. Now, he is not so needed, but he also attends training during the week to help him better understand the needs of these marginalized youth. I am still working as receptionist to Villa Rosa, a residence for pregnant women here in Winnipeg. I have been here for six years and I am content. We are so looking forward to sharing Christmas with these two. It will be a Christmas to hold in our hearts for years to come. Feel free to e-mail me at email@example.com. Or add me on Facebook…Darby Kilmer Rudolph.
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