Our People

Introduction

  • Posted on: 29 January 2015
  • By: webtech

This section of the website introduces some of the people that are, or have been, a part of the Hudson Pastoral Charge.  Of course, everyone who is a part of the congregation is important....  but a few have things written about them. 

Some of the material is on our own site, and some of these are links that take you to other websites.  Of course, we are not responsible for the advertizing and other content on other sites.

Enjoy meeting the people of the congregation!

Lisa Van Egmond: Equestrian’s star burns bright

  • Posted on: 21 September 2016
  • By: webtech

....

Van Egmond and her horse Blue were readying themselves for the Concours hippique de Lévis scheduled for early September. For the first time in their career they would be competing in the prestigious François Ferland Medal Class. Remarkably, she was one of only 20 riders province-wide to make the final cut.

....

For more of this article, click on the link to the Montreal Gazette

Autobiography of Captain W.R. "Bud" Cluett

  • Posted on: 30 January 2015
  • By: webtech

Bud wrote this back in July 2006.  We celebrated his life at Wyman after his passing in 2014.


Trans Canada Airlines
Air Canada
SEPTEMBER 28, 1949-September 30, 1986
21,000 Hours Flying
Plus 8 years Supervisor

Written July 2006

 I remember that we were all asked to present Retired Airline Pilot's of Canada with some form of an autobiography after retirement.  

The indefatigable Maxime Bredt

  • Posted on: 25 November 2014
  • By: webtech

by Bill Young

March 23, 2013 - published in the Montreal Gazette

In our little town this past year, one of the first people awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal was the indefatigable Maxine Bredt. A long-time resident of Hudson, Bredt is just a slip of a woman, a pixie really, whose laughing eyes and brilliant upturned smiles are bright enough to embarrass the sun. Wherever she goes, grace and fairy dust seem to follow.

Read the complete article at:

Mildred Allen -- One of Verdun's Original 'Bomb Girls'

  • Posted on: 19 November 2014
  • By: webtech

by:  Bill Young and Ralph Simpson
 
Mildred Allen (Millie to her friends) is older now and although failing eyesight limits her mobility, most days she still manages quite nicely to get out and about. Verdun born and raised, until very recently Mildred spent most of her life in Hudson, active in the community and a regular in the congregation of Hudson's Wyman Memorial United Church. In June 2014 circumstances compelled Mildred to move to a senior's facility in Vaudreuil-Dorion, where she now calls the Résidence Le Languedoc home.