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Alumni Profiles

Wayne Brocklebank

Wayne Brocklebank

Faculty of Applied Science & Technology
Year of Graduation: 1971
Program: Civil Engineering Technicians - Construction

Giving Back to the Community

Wayne Brocklebank worked for the Construction Safety Association of Ontario from June 14, 1974 until his retirement on July 26, 2006. He is married to Catherine and has two sons: Colin and Sean.

Besides his time at Sheridan, Wayne has also received training in the form of a National Coaching Certification Program, Level 1 & 2 Technical & Practical.

Wayne received numerous awards during his career including a Citation for Decoration and Award of Fortitude from Romeo LeBlanc Governor General and Chief Scout of Canada in 1998, a Civic Award of Recognition from Mayor Hazel McCallion for 15 years of community involvement in 2001, the 2002 Premier’s Award, and the Outstanding Community Service Award from The Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists in 2003.

Wayne has a long list of community service credits including years with Mississauga Southwest Baseball Association, Oakville Hornets Girls Hockey Association, Scouts Canada, Lorne Park Hockey Association, Clarkson/Sheridan Soccer Association and St. Christopher’s Roman Catholic Church.

Current Occupation: Retired, Construction Safety Association of Ontario