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2014 Inductees into the CPBI Hall of Fame

On May 27, 2014 during the CPBI FORUM 2014 gala dinner, Cheryl Neighbour, Chair of the CPBI Board of Directors, introduced the 2014 inductees, Randy Bauslaugh a partner and national leader of the pensions, benefits, and executive compensation practice at McCarthy Tétrault and Burk Humphrey an associate partner at Aon Hewitt, into the CPBI Hall of Fame. In her speech, Cheryl Neighbour highlighted their dedication and numerous contributions to CPBI, both at the regional and national levels.

Randy Bauslaugh has been a CPBI member since 1987. He chaired the Ontario Regional Council from 1995-1997 and was also a member of the National Board of Directors. Randy chaired the 1995 National Conference in Toronto and he instituted the first Ontario regional conference. Randy has participated on National Board initiatives where he helped develop a more concrete mission statement for the Institute as well as played a part in changing the association’s name from the Canadian Pension and Benefits Conference (CPBC) to the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute (CPBI). Randy has continued to be involved with CPBI and is a much sought after speaker at numerous CPBI conferences and events. 
2014 Hall of Fame inductee - Burk Humphrey
Burk Humphrey has been involved with the CPBI since 1996. He was a member of the Pacific Regional Council where he held various positions, including Chair of the council in 1997. He has chaired numerous Pacific Regional Conferences and was Chair of the 2011 FORUM Program Committee. Burk was also Chair of the CPBI National Board of Directors from 2007-2009. Burk has continued to be involved with CPBI as a speaker at CPBI events as well as volunteering with the CPBI Alberta South Regional Council.

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