Wider Horizons

Wider Horizons and the Alumni Relations team are excited to launch a new feature this issue, celebrating businesses that employ a large number of Lethbridge College grads. If you’d like your business showcased in a future issue, email WHMagazine@lethbridgecollege.ca.

FWBA Architects, founded in 1928, is the oldest continuing architectural practice in Western Canada. Its skilled and creative architects, technologists and administrators have helped to create some of the region’s best-known and most beautiful buildings, including Lethbridge’s public library, police service headquarters, fire hall and city hall, as well as the college’s newest residence, Kodiak House. Today, 11 of its 25 employees are Lethbridge College grads, and nine of them were able to gather in June for a team photo. Picture above are (back row, left to right): Rebecca Poff (Interior Design and Merchandising 2002), Lina Wiebe (Interior Design Technology 2019), Theresa Yauck (Interior Design and Merchandising 2001), Sierra McTavish (Interior Design Technology 2021) and Cheryl Dick (Communication Arts 1987, Distinguished Alumni 1992); (front row, left to right): Randy Holmberg (Engineering Design and Drafting 2018), Garwin Poff (Engineering Design and Drafting 2001), David Cocks (Engineering Design and Drafting 2001) and Dwayne Miller (Engineering Design and Drafting 2010). Alumni missing from the photo are Bryce Stickel (Engineering Design and Drafting 1999), who works out of the company’s Medicine Hat office, and Leah Schreiber (Interior Design and Merchandising 2005), who works out of the Calgary office. We are proud to celebrate these Alumni at Work!

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