Category Archives: Biography Series

Biography Series – Dr. David Barns

Dr. David Barns was a well known dentist in Regina. He was born near Kansas City, Missouri, United States on August 1887. Dr. David Barns was the second of the three children of William and Florence, all of whom are … Continue reading

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Biography Series – Robert Leith Hanbidge

The Honourable Robert Leith Hanbidge was a member of Cupar Lodge No. 47. Cupar Lodge No 47 eventually amalgamated with Earl Grey Lodge then again later into King Hiram Lodge No. 104. In 1963 the Lodge conferred an Honorary Life … Continue reading

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Biography Series – Jack Melvin Colenutt

At the Annual Communications held in Saskatoon on Saturday June 22nd, 2013, Jack Colenutt of Regina was installed the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan AF & AM. During his one year term, Jack, who emulates the Masonic … Continue reading

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Biography Series – Harold Astbury

M.W. Bro. Harold Henry Astbury, Born in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, February 10th, 1917, Harold Astbury was educated in England and first came to Canada as a member of the Royal Air force in 1941.  He served in a various parts of … Continue reading

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Biography Series – Gilbert Faulkner

Gilbert W. Faulkner, manager of the Beaver Lumber Company, has lived in western Canada for more than forty years, during which he has had many of the experiences of a pioneer farmer and early settler.  He was born in Hastings … Continue reading

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Biography Series – George Emerson Cochrane

George Emerson Cochrane, manager of the Continental Life Insurance Company, with headquarters in the Connaught building, Saskatoon, has the distinction of being one of the youngest life insurance managers in the province of Saskatchewan. He is a veteran of the … Continue reading

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Biography Series – Paul Dojack

(April 24, 1914 – November 7, 2007) One of the longest serving officials in the Canadian Football League, Paul Dojack was born in Winnipeg on April 24, 1914.  He officiated in 546 CFL games including 15 Grey Cup finals. In … Continue reading

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Biography Series – James Banks

One of the younger men of Regina who is making his way to the front ranks in the business world is James R. Banks, manager of the firm of Stockton & Mallinson, Limited. He is a Scotsman, his birth having … Continue reading

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