Hansen’s 2019 Educational Fund Recipients

Maire Campbell and Suzanne Payne were an integral part of Hansen’s growth and history.  With more than 20 years of experience each at Hansen’s, their work ethic and devotion to their children and grandchildren was unparalleled.

We felt there could be no better way to honour their memories than investing in the success and future of the children of Hansen’s staff.

2019 is the sixth year Hansen’s is proud to offer these two education funds in their memory to assist our employees and their children to reach their higher education goals and build the most successful future possible for themselves.

Intense competition this year.  We received 9 applications submitted for the 2 scholarships, each one impressive.

Congratulations to our winners!

2019 Maire Campbell Memorial Education Fund – Brendan James

Brendan will be pursuing a degree in Global Business and Digital Arts at The University of Waterloo with an eye on a career in graphic design and digital marketing.

Brendan is the grandson of Maire Campbell, whom we know would be beaming with pride.

2019 Suzanne Payne Memorial Education Fund – Lily Mackenzie

Lily will continue her education at Brescia University, headed towards a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology.

Lily is the granddaughter of Dave Noiseux, one of our Toronto auto haulers. Dave also worked with Suzanne when she was a dispatcher at McCallum Transport before coming to Hansen’s.

Each will receive $5,000 to support their educational goals in 2019.

We wish all of the applicants success!

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Hansen’s Quarterly Charity Draw

Congratulations to Dave Dhaliwal, Vancouver Compound Operations Manager, and Kerry Rakestrow from our Auto Hauling team in Toronto, who won our double random Charity Lottery!

As our company grows, it becomes increasingly important to give back to our communities. With this in mind, in 2014 we started an employee lottery. All of our employees with more than one year of service are entered into a quarterly draw. The draw is completely random and not at all performance based. The winner chooses a registered charity or organization that is important to them, and Hansen’s supports this with a $2500.00 donation.

As a lover of all animals, Kerry has asked us to support the great work provided by the Humane Society of Durham Region.

Daves donation has gone to the BC Cancer Clinic where his wife Sandy is currently undergoing treatments in her fight against breast cancer.

For more info on their programs or to make a personal donation visit:

https://www.hsdr.org/

https://bccancerfoundation.com/

Hansen’s Quarterly Charity Draw

Congratulations to Martin Joncas, Montreal based Auto handler, who won our random Charity Lottery this quarter!

As our company grows, it becomes increasingly important to give back to our communities. With this in mind, in 2014 we started an employee lottery. All of our employees with more than one year of service are entered into a quarterly draw. The draw is completely random and not at all performance based. The winner chooses a registered charity or organization that is important to them, and Hansen’s supports this with a $2500.00 donation.

Martin has asked us to support the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation towards Research.  Martin’s father was diagnosed with this disease and the MS Foundation has been of great support to his father and the family.

For more info on their programs or events visit https://mssociety.ca/

Hansen’s Quarterly Charity Draw

Congratulations to Vadzim Yatsevich, Montreal based Auto handler, who won the random Charity Lottery this quarter!

As our company grows, it becomes increasingly important to give back to our communities. With this in mind, in 2014 we started an employee lottery. All of our employees with more than one year of service are entered into a quarterly draw. The draw is completely random and not at all performance based. The winner chooses a registered charity or organization that is important to them, and Hansen’s supports this with a $2500.00 donation.

Like so many of us, Vadzim has family affected by heart disease.  He has asked us to send the donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

9 in 10 Canadians have at least one risk factor for heart disease and stroke.  The Heart and Stroke Foundation not only supports research, but education programs to support better nutrition and exercise programs, immediate treatment as well as improved recovery.

 

Hansen’s Announces 2017 Memorial Educational Fund Recipients

Maire Campbell and Suzanne Payne were an integral part of Hansen’s growth and history.  With more than 20 years of experience each at Hansen’s, their work ethic and devotion to their children and grandchildren was unparalleled.

We felt there could be no better way to honour their memories than investing in the success and future of the children of Hansen’s staff.

2017 is the fourth year Hansen’s is proud to offer these two education funds in their memory to assist our employees and their children to reach their higher education goals and build the most successful future possible for themselves.

This year was a record with 10 applications submitted for only 2 scholarships, each one impressive.

Congratulations to our winners!

2017 Maire Campbell Memorial Education Fund – Kennedy Crane

Kennedy is in her second year at Thompson Rivers University Bachelor of Science program. She is working towards acceptance in the Veterinary program at the University of Saskatchewan.

Kennedy is the daughter of Jeff Crane, from our Vancouver branch.

2017 Suzanne Payne Memorial Education Fund – Kyle McCulloch

Kyle will continue his education at St Francis Xavier University by pursing a BA (Honours) in Public Policy and Governance, after which he will move ahead to his Masters at the Royal Military College of Canada.

Kyle is the son of Malcolm McCulloch, from our Halifax branch.

Each will receive $5,000 to support their educational goals in 2017.

We wish all of the applicants success!

Hansen’s Quarterly Charity Draw

Hansen’s Gives Back

Congratulations to Ken Wood, one of our Winnipeg based Car Carrier owner/operators.  Ken won the random Charity Lottery this quarter!  He has requested that the $2500.00 be donated to the Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary.  Although fortunate to have never needed their services, Ken hopes this donation will help children and families who do.

As our company grows, it becomes increasingly important to give back to our communities. With this in mind, in 2014 we started an employee lottery. All of our employees with more than one year of service are entered into a quarterly draw. The draw is completely random and not at all performance based. The winner chooses a registered charity or organization that is important to them, and Hansen’s supports this with a $2500.00 donation.

Hansen’s Announces Educational Fund Recipients

New in 2014, we are pleased to introduce the Maire Campbell Memorial Education Fund and the Suzanne Payne Memorial Education Fund. 

These two scholarship funds have been created to assist our employees and their children to reach their higher education goals and attain the most successful future possible for themselves.

Maire Campbell and Suzanne Payne were an integral part of Hansen’s growth and history.  With more than 20 years of experience each at Hansen’s, their work ethic and devotion to their children and grandchildren was unparalleled. 

We felt there would be no better way to honour their memories than investing in the success and future of the children of Hansen’s staff.

Congratulations!  

2014 Maire Campbell Memorial Education Fund – Karina Branje

Karina Branje has been accepted to Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, where she will earn her Bachelor of Arts majoring in Environment, Sustainability, and Society. 

Karina is the daughter of our Toronto Dispatch Supervisor, Carol.

2014 Suzanne Payne Memorial Education Fund – Amber Wise

Amber Wise intends to graduate Cambrian College as a registered nurse and make a positive impact on her community and the lives of those in her care.

Amber is the daughter of Toronto owner/operator Lorne Wise.

Each of these young women will receive $5,000 to support their educational goals in 2014.