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Ricard, Hon. J.H. Théogène, P.C.


B. Apr. 30, 1909 in St. Guillaume, Que. S. of F. Xavier Ricard and Délia Taillon. Ed. at St. Joseph Coll., St. Guillaume and Victoriaville Commercial Coll. M. Aug. 7, 1937 to Mariette dau. of Omer Bourret (St. Guillaume, Que.). Five children: Jean-Denis, Monique, Suzanne, Louise and Roger. A personnel manager. Political Career: First elected to the H. of C. g.e. 1957. Re-elected g.e. 1958, 1962, 1963, 1965 and 1968. Sworn to the Privy Council Mar. 18, 1963 (Rt. Hon. J. Diefenbaker). Appt'd: Parl. Sec. to the Prime Minister, 1962 and Min. without Portfolio, Mar. 18, 1963. Private Career: Trustee of Parish of the Sacred Heart, St-Hyacinthe. Office Clerk; Ass't to Personnel Manager; Labour Office Manager and Personnel Manager, Goodyear Cotton Co. of Canada Ltd. Mem., K. of C., 4th degree. Party: Con.Relig.: R.C. Address: Home: 105 Saguenay St., Bromont, Que., J2L 2H2.

RICARD, HON. J.H. THÉOGÈNE, C.P. Né le 30 avr. 1909 à St. Guillaume, Québec. Fils de F. Xavier Ricard et Délia Taillon. Fit ses études au Coll. St-Joseph, St. Guillaume et au Coll. commercial de Victoriaville. M. le 7 août 1937 à Mariette fille d'Omer Bourret (St. Guillaume, Québec). Cinq enfants: Jean-Denis, Monique, Suzanne, Louise et Roger. Dir. du personnel. Carrière politique: Élu pour la première fois à la C. des c. é.g. 1957. Réélu é.g. 1958, 1962, 1963, 1965 et 1968. Assermenté au conseil privé le 18 mars 1963 (le Très hon. J. Diefenbaker). Nommé: Sec. parl. au Premier ministre en 1962 et min. sans portefeuille le 18 mars 1963. Carrière privée: Ancien marguillier, paroisse Sacré-Coeur de St-Hyacinthe. Dir. du personnel; adj. au gérant des ressources humaines; chef du Bureau de travail et gérant des ressources humaines, Goodyear Cotton Co. of Canada Ltd. Mem., C. de col., 4e degré. Parti pol.: Con. Relig.: c.r. Adresse: Résidence: 105, rue Saguenay, Bromont, Québec, J2L 2H2.

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