St. Paul's College Foundation Inc. introduces some of the Alumni that have Made a Difference.
Senior Sticks of St. Paul’s Ignite the Future
Michael Burns was the Senior Stick at St. Paul’s College in 1959-60 and Gerry Scerbo was Senior Stick in 1985-86. Together these two former Senior Sticks have taken on a new direction of possibility for St. Paul’s College. They are the Co-Chairs of the SPC Leadership Campaign. No stranger to challenges or change Burns served his tenure as Senior Stick at the time when St. Paul’s College moved onto the Fort Garry campus from the old Ellis Avenue location. One of the pinnacle moments for Michael during his tenure was playing a role in the design of Christ the King Chapel. Read more
is one of Manitoba’s up and coming leaders who is focused on making a difference in his community, professional, and personal life; values instilled in him from his family, friends, and the Christian community.
As a young man, Ken had dreamed about becoming a doctor...read more
John Funk considers himself to be a regular guy trying to make a living doing what he feels most passionate about and it shows. John is the force behind the creative designs of the Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice and St. Paul’s College Foundation Inc. His artistic work for the Mauro Centre has caught the eye of several national organizations as well as the United Nations.
Fergus Lopez enrolled with St. Paul's College in 1989. During his tenure on the Fort Garry Campus he served a term of Senior Stick, the highest elected postition in studnet governance at St. Paul's and was the driving force behind, the then, St. Paul's Players, a drama club that put on serveral College productions.