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International Director for Canada 2013-15, Yves Léveillé

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Director Yves Léveillé

Yves Léveillé -> mailto:yleveille.obfuscated.sympatico@ca, from Québec, Canada, was elected to serve a two-year term as a director of Lions Clubs International at the association's 96th International Convention held in Hamburg, Germany July 5 through 9, 2013.

Director Léveillé is a bank manager.

A member of the Ormstown Lions Club, and a Lion since 1988, he has held many offices within the association, including president, district governor, zone and region chairperson, and council chairperson. He has also been the president of the Quebec Lions Foundation and District U-1 Convention, and a member of Campaign SightFirst I.

In recognition of his service to the association, he has received numerous awards including the 100% Club President, 100% District Governor, and the Leadership Medal. He is also a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.

In addition to his Lions activities, Director Léveillé is active in numerous professional and community organizations, including the Chamber of Commerce of du Haut-Saint-Laurent.

Director Léveillé and his wife, Dominique, also a Lion and a Melvin Jones Fellow, have a son, a daughter and five grandchildren.

Past International Directors in MD"A"

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PID Carl Young

J. Carl Young -> mailto:Carl@Young.obfuscated.ocj-cjo@ca, from Claremont, Ontario, Canada, was elected to serve a two-year term as a director of The International Association of Lions Clubs at the association's 92nd International Convention, held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, July 6-10, 2009.

Past Director Young is a Presiding Justice of the Peace for the Ontario Court of Justice, Criminal Division.

A member of the Claremont District Lions Club, and a Lion since 1968, he has held many offices within the association, including club president, district governor, district cabinet secretary-treasurer, multiple district council chair and CSF II sector coordinator for Canada. He has also served as the director and vice chairman of the board of the Lions Foundation of Canada, the director of Lions Clubs Camp Kirk and the chairman of the board for Lions Clubs Camp Kirk.

In recognition of his service to the association, he has received numerous awards including the 100% President Award, 100% District Governor Award, five International President Certificates of Appreciation and the International President Award. He is a Melvin Jones Fellow.

In addition to his Lions activities, Director Young is active in numerous professional and community organizations. He is currently the Director of the Friends of the Learning Disabled.

Past Director Young is married to his wife, Elizabeth, who is also a Lion.

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PID Bill Maguire

William H. Maguire -> mailto:maguire21.obfuscated.sympatico@ca 1977-79

William H. 'Bill' Maguire, of Cobourg, Ontario, Canada, was elected to serve as a director of The International Association of Lions Clubs at the association's 60th annual convention, held July 2, 1977 in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.

Past Director Maguire was President of a travel services company.

A member of the Cobourg Lions Club since 1964, Maguire has held many positions within the association, including club president and district governor. He has also held perfect attendance since becoming a Lion and is a Life Member. He is also a Life Member of the Lions Foundation of Canada.

For his many contributions to the association, he has received the Master Key Award, the 100% District Governor Award, thirteen Extension Awards, several International President's Awards and the Ambassador of Good Will Award, the highest honour granted to a Lion by the association. He is also a progressive Melvin Jones Fellow. In his second year he was appointed Chairman of the International Convention Committee and was the first International Director ever appointed to this position.

Past Director Maguire and his wife, Doris, have seven children, 15 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter.

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PID Bruce Murray

Bruce E. Murray -> mailto:figjam.obfuscated.hay@net 1981-83 Bruce E. Murray, of St. Marys, Ontario, Canada, served a term as Director of The International Association of Lions Clubs after his election at the Association's%0a64th Convention held in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A., June l0th 1981.

Past Director Murray owns and operates an auction company and antique dealership. A Lion since 1965, Past Director Murray has held numerous positions within the association, including club president, zone chairman, deputy district governor and promotional chairman for his multiple district.

He has received seven Extension Awards, the 100%25 District Governor Award, several International President's Awards and is a Key Member. He is also a recipient of the Ambassador of Good Will Award. Lion Murray founded Canada's first International Youth Camp and served for six years as its director. He is also a founder of the Lions Foundation of Canada.

Past Director Murray is married to Janice and has three children and four grandchildren.

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PID Ernie Moore

H@H. 'Ernie' Moore -> mailto:hhem8.obfuscated.sympatico@ca 1985-87

H.H. 'Ernie' Moore, of Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, served a term as a director of The International Association of Lions Clubs after his election at the association's 68th annual convention in Dallas, Texas, U.S.A., in June 1985. Past Director Moore worked for the Ontario Government for over 34 years, and is now retired. A Lion since 1953, Past Director Moore has held the offices of Charter Club President, District Governor, Council Chair and Treasurer of the Lions Foundation of Canada. He served as an appointee to the International Board of Directors in 1987-88.

In recognition of his contributions to the association, Past Director Moore%0ahas received a 100% District Governor Award, several International President's Awards and is a Life Member, Key member and recipient of the Ambassador of Good Will Award, the highest honor granted a member by the association. He is also a Melvin Jones Fellow. In addition to his Lions service, Past Director Moore has been involved in community programs in his area.

Past Director Moore and his wife Julie, have two daughters, one son and four grandchildren.

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PID Gil Constantini

Gil Constantini -> mailto:gconstantini1.obfuscated.cogeco@ca 1989-91

Gil Constantini, of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, was elected to serve a term as director of The international Association of Lions Clubs at the association's 72nd annual convention, held in Miami/Miami Beach, U.S.A., in June 1989.

Past Director Constantini is a chartered insurance broker associated with a regional brokerage. He is also the past president of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario.%

A Lion since 1974 and currently a member of the Peterborough Lions Club, Past Director Constantini has served as club president, zone chair, district governor and council chair. He has served on several multiple district committees, including MD secretary.

For his contributions to the association, he has received the 100% District Governor Award, two Extension Awards, several International President's Awards% as well as the Ambassador of Good Will Award, the highest honour granted by the association to its members.

Past Director Constantini and his wife, Ann, have a daughter and granddaughter.

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PID Bill Moody

Bill Moody 1993-95 (Deceased 2012)

Bill Moody, of Mt. Forest, Ontario, Canada, was elected to serve a term as director of The International Association of Lions Clubs at the association's 76th annual convention, held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A., July 1993.

Past Director Moody has just retired as Chair of the Ontario Film Review Board and now intends to spend some time playing golf and all of those other things in life he always wanted to do but could never find time for.

A Life Member of the Mt. Forest Lions Club, Moody has been a Lion since 1959. He has held many offices within the association including club secretary, president, zone chair and District Governor. He also served as charter chair and is a life member of the Lions Foundation of Canada and has presented several times at the USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum. While serving as District Extension Chair, he formed 27 new Lions Clubs.

In recognition of his service to the association, Past Director Moody has received numerous awards including the 100% District Governor Award, International Leadership Award, several International President's Awards and the Ambassador of Good Will Award, the highest award the association grants to its members. He is also a Past International President Judge Brian Stevenson Fellow and a Melvin Jones Fellow.

Past Director Moody and his wife, Kaye, also a Melvin Jones Fellow, have three children and seven grandchildren. Past Director Moody is deceased.

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PID Art Woods

Art Woods -> mailto:lawoffice.obfuscated.woodsclemens@ca 2001-03

Art Woods, of Elmira, Ontario, Canada, was elected to serve a two-year term as%0aa director of The International Association of Lions Clubs at the association's 84th International Convention, held in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, July 2001.

Director Woods is a lawyer.

A member of the Elmira Lions Club since 1972 with 28 years of perfect attendance, Past Director Woods has held many offices within the association, including club president, zone chairman, district governor and council chairman. In addition, he has served as volunteer legal counsel for the Lions Foundation of Canada, Lions-Quest of Canada and Lions Clubs Camp Kirk Foundation.

In recognition of his service to the association, Past Director Woods has received numerous awards including the 100% Club President's Award, a Membership Key Award, a 100% District Governor's Award, an International President's Award and an International Leadership Award. He is also a life member of the Elmira Lions Club and a Melvin Jones Fellow.

In addition to his Lion activities, Past Director Woods is active in numerous professional and community organizations. He is a board member of the Woolwich Community Fund and a chairman for the Lions Foundation of Canada Memorial Forest. In addition, he also served as chairman of the Trailway Advisory Board and director of the Woolwich Agricultural Society.

Past Director Woods and his wife, Carole, have a son.

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PID Terry Graham

Terry Graham -> mailto:mdadirector.obfuscated.mdalions@org 2005-07

Terry Graham of Newcastle, Ontario, Canada, was elected to serve a two-year term as a director of The International Association of Lions Clubs at the association~Rs 88th International Convention held in Hong Kong, June 27-July 1, 2005.

Director Graham is a retired industrial mechanical millwright.

A member of the Newcastle Lions Club since 1991, Past Director Graham has held many offices within the association, including club secretary, club membership chair, club treasurer, club director, club president, district leadership chair, multiple district MERL chair, district LCIF chair, district treasurer and district governor.

In recognition of his service to the association he has received numerous awards, including the District Governor's Appreciation Award, two International Certificates of Appreciation and an International Leadership Medal. He is also a Life Member of the Lions Foundation of Canada and a Melvin Jones Fellow.

In addition to his Lions activities, Past Director Graham is a member of the Royal Canadian Legion.

Past Director Graham's wife, Jean, is also a member of the NewCastle Lions Club.

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