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2017

  • March

    Entrepreneurs Chart Their Own Course

    A closer look at some entrepreneurial Men of Character
    (Published in Past & Present, Fall 2016)

    Crescent alumni can be found working at leading firms around the world. However, many have chosen to chart their own course as entrepreneurs. Here are five Men of Character who are applying the lessons they learned at Crescent to the businesses they founded.
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  • February

    David Thom

    David Thom '92

    David Thom ’92, was Crescent School’s 2014 Alumnus of the Year.
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  • Jeremy Millard

    Jeremy Millard '95

    Jeremy Millard '95 is Legal Director for Uber Canada.
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  • John Fust

    John Fust '89

    John Fust '89 coached the 2015 Under-20 Swiss National Hockey Team.
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  • Thomas Symons

    Thomas Symons '39

    Thomas Symons '39 has received many honours for influence in academics and public policy.
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  • Jamie Coulter ’87, P’21

    Jamie Coulter ’87, P’21, Chair of the Alumni Executive.
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  • Entrepreneurs Chart Their Own Course

    A closer look at some entrepreneurial Men of Character
    (Published in Past & Present, Fall 2016)

    Crescent alumni can be found working at leading firms around the world. However, many have chosen to chart their own course as entrepreneurs. Here are five Men of Character who are applying the lessons they learned at Crescent to the businesses they founded.
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  • January

    Cam Heaps ’92

    Co-Founder of Steam Whistle, an independent brewery based in Toronto. He was 24 years old when Steam Whistle launched.
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  • Chris Candy ’02

    Co-Founder and Director of Business Development at SevenMedia Inc., a mobile marketing lab that specializes in developing augmented reality apps. He was 26 years old when he launched SevenMedia.
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  • Making Meaningful Gifts to Crescent

    By Alumni, For Alumni puts Crescent within reach of more Boys of Promise
    (Published in Past & Present, Summer 2016)

    A new tradition is emerging among Crescent Grads. Since 2014, as its Class Leaving Gift to Crescent, each graduating class has chosen to raise money for student financial aid. This cause has also become the first choice for alumni who are commemorating significant reunion years.
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  • Trevor Wallace ’00

    Principal at Reflect Architecture Inc., an architectural services firm whose clients range from small-scale residential projects to multi-country commercial outfits. He had just turned 30 when he officially incorporated Reflect Architecture.
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