Brent’s Personal Column

Brent’s Personal Column

Waterloo Wolves Select Team invest in their Community
Although I have been a participant on the coaching staff of the ‘04 Waterloo Wolves select group of hockey players, this year I have the privilege and responsibility to be sitting in the driver’s seat as the head coach.
thankful I get to help others design their Unforgettable Life
With Nov 11th around the corner and today as I reflect, I am grateful for our “FREEDOM”. October’s holiday unlocks our thinking to Thanksgiving and November reminds us all that our Freedom is on the backs of many who fought for us to live Free.
Working together to Serve
I had the opportunity to volunteer my services at MARILLAC PLACE with a group of 15 guys for 3 hour as part of a GO mission. My 14 year old son was one of the guys, and what a joy to work with him.
It's time to put down the fortnite
♫ "Summer is ending...and it’s time to put down the Fortnite, yes it’s time to put down the Fortnite, yes it’s time to put down the Fort...Fort...Night!!!! ....“♫
Brent's Personal Article - Summer Selfie Saga
What is an August Unforgettable life newsletter if it doesn't include a family selfie boating at the lake? In hindsight, I wish we staged the photo just a little better to ensure our youngest Sam, who was surfing the wake behind the boat, was in full frame at the moment the picture was captured.
Sam Ferguson Hockey Camp
I have a funny story to tell. My youngest son commented on our Instagram post after my personal monthly column was posted last month. What I found humorous and intelligent all at the same time was that he made the comment in third person and said “what about Sam, you haven’t mentioned anything about him but gave an update for everybody else in the family”.
Cade and his bike on our ride over Blue Mountain
Family update time. May started with our daughter turning 16. We celebrated and spent the weekend at a dance competition in Collingwood.
Maddy and Brent in front of the H.M.C.S Haida
In this photo with Maddy and I is the H.M.C.S Haida, a Tribal-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1943 to 1963. What you probably don’t know about me is that I was the lead character in a documentary made about the ship when I was 14 years old.
surprised the boys with a visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto
I can hardly believe March break is over, let alone Easter! During the break week our family planned a day trip to Toronto. In order to accommodate everyone’s preferences we split into two groups.
Wayne Gretzky surprised the Waterloo Wolves Atom MD White team in Brantford
Wayne Gretzky surprised the Waterloo Wolves Atom MD White team in Brantford with a rare appearance.
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