Brantford tradepeople earn awards

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Several Brantford tradespersons have earned awards for their outstanding commitment to the skilled trades.

The inaugural Skilled Tradespersons of the Year awards were handed out Sept. 23 at a trades appreciation event organized by the Workforce Planning Board, held at Six Nations Polytechnic.

Construction: Corey DeBruyn, owner of The Electricians, a strong promoter of apprenticeships. Industrial: Glenn Willett, who teaches apprentice millwrights at Conestoga College. Motive Power: Kevin Doris, who is a model employee of City of Brantford public works. Service: Charmaine Currie, a dedicated Child and Youth Worker and a teacher.

Jamie Bowman of Bowman Precision Tooling (shown in photo) was Master of Ceremonies.

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