OGMA Newsletter – August 2019
ENERGY SURCHARGES: Please read Frank Fulton’s You Bet Your Glass column then do your part by calling your glass supplier to lobby them to do the right thing by dropping their ESC. Send your feedback to Frank at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FISH ON: Be ready to get on a boat bright an early in Port Credit on Thursday, August 22, for what is always a fabulous day on the water hunting salmon with your friends and colleagues. Flyers are out and all you have to do is sign up and get up early.
FALL GOLF: Plan now on being at The Country Club in Woodbridge on Thursday, September 12. Members will be seeing a flyer in their inbox any day now.
JOINT OGMA/CSC SEMINAR DAY: The OGMA are teaming up with the Toronto chapter of Construction Specifications Canada to put on a spectacular program of informative and interesting topics. The event will be held on Thursday, November 14, at the Richmond Hill Country Club. Details to follow.
OGMA Newsletter – June 2019
OGMA President Andrew Dolphin and former director Steve Gusterson had the honour of presenting the prestigious Awards of Excellence at the Top Glass show on April 17. The award for execution was presented to Angelo Cairo of Stouffville Glass for the Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study Building at the Schulich School of Business at […]
OGMA Newsletter – April 2019
The OGMA voted in its new board for 2019 at its meeting on February 28. Here are your leaders for the next year: Andrew Dolphin, president (BV Glazing); Jeff Makimoto, vice-president (TAGG Industries); Brian Wiles, treasurer (Walker Glass); and Lee Baker, secretary. The Spring Seminar takes place April 12, 2019, at the Richmond Hill Golf […]
OGMA Newsletter – February 2019
OAKVILLE GLASS AND MIRROR CLOSED: After more than 50 years in business, Dieter and Ingrid Ringler decided it was time to retire and closed the doors at Oakville Glass and Mirror for the last time on January 10. Oakville Glass was a long-time dedicated member of the OGMA and both Dieter and his son Steven […]
OGMA Newsletter – December 2018
FALL SEMINAR: The November seminar on demystifying the bonding process and Certificate of Recognition was hugely informative. The OGMA would like to extend our sincere appreciation to our presenters from bonding specialists, Petrela, Winter, and Associates, and COR trainers, 4S Consulting. Attendees picked up some critical information on bid bonding and how to comply with […]
OGMA Newsletter – October 2018
We will be notifying members of the details of our fall seminar to be held in mid-November in the next while. Topics planned for this event include the Certificate of Recognition (COR) program as well as the new bonding provisions contained in the Ontario Construction Act.
OGMA Newsletter – August 2018
TONY MENECOLA: The Ontario Glass and Metal Association presented its Lifetime Achievement award to Tony Menecola, president of Applewood Glass and Mirror, at its spring golf tournament on May 31 in Milton, Ont. Menecola is president of the Architectural Glass and Metal Contractors Association and the award was presented by that organization’s executive director, and […]
OGMA Newsletter – June 2018
GORDON SOUTHWORTH: It is with sadness that we relay the news of Gord losing his battle with cancer in July, 2017. We only learned of this regrettable news recently. Gord participated in many OGMA events over the years and was a long time employee at Embury Company. DENIS LAVOIE: We regret to inform members of […]
OGMA Newsletter – April 2018
After a lifetime of serving on the boards of the OGMA and prior to that the Metro Toronto Glass Association – and putting in a few terms as president – Ennio Rea decided it was finally time for a break and to move on to make room for some new blood. Ennio was the face […]
Passing of Jim Shepherd
In Memory of Jim Shepherd With heavy hearts the family of Jim Shepherd announces the sudden passing of their beloved husband, father, and grandad on Friday, December 8, 2017, at the young age of 65. He is survived by his wife and best friend Marilyn, his devoted son Steven (Julie), his cherished daughter Lynne (Stu), and […]