OTTAWA, Ont. — Catherine S. Dennahower of Fort Erie, Ont., was appointed to the board of directors of the Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority for a two-year period.
“Her experience in project management, training and administration will be an asset for the authority,” noted Lawrence Cannon, Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities.
Dennahower holds a teaching certificate graduation diploma from the Toronto Teachers College and librarianship, primary methods and religious certificates from the Ontario College of Teachers. She served as an elementary school teacher and school librarian with the Welland County Separate School Board from 1952 until 1989.
She has served as a member of the Fort Erie Transit Board as well as on several other community boards. From 1993 until 1998, Dennahower worked as a field surveyor for Statistics Canada and she was a recipient of the Queens Medal in 2002.
The Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority, a bi-national bridge authority, has owned and operated the Peace Bridge since 1933. The authority has a 10-member board with an equal number of representatives from Canada and the US.
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