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Crowsnest citizens nominated for
Alberta Order of Excellence
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Fred Bradley and Jane Ann Reimer
EZRA BLACK
Pass Herald Reporter
Fred Bradley and Jane Ann Reimer are being nominated for the Alberta Order of Excellence.

Reimer spent 29 years as a teacher in the Crowsnest Pass. In 1998, she helped found the Coleman Community Society. She and her organization are well known for their volunterism and philanthropy; last year they made improvements to Flumerfelt Park.

The Reimer’s have called the Pass home for generations; her grandparents were married in the Pass 100 years ago last year. She was the 2013 recipient of the Order of the Crowsnest Pass.

“I was always getting involved with the community and families as a teacher,” Reimer told the Pass Herald, in 2013.


Bradley, President of the Crowsnest Historical Society, is being recognized for his work in preserving the unique cultural heritage of the Crowsnest Pass. Bradley has worked on many initiatives to preserve the community’s cultural legacy and promote tourism including the historical signage around the community, the preservation of historical sites and the exhibits at the Crowsnest Museum.

The names of the two candidates were submitted to the Director of Community Services and will be presented to the provincial government

The Alberta Order of Excellence is the highest honour that can be bestowed on a citizen of the province.
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