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E.L. Wetmore - Portrait

Oval-shaped portrait of E.L. Wetmore wearing an official gown and mortarboard.

Bio/Historical Note: Edward Ludlow Wetmore (1841-1922) was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Wetmore received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of New Brunswick in 1859. He was called to the New Brunswick bar in 1864. From 1874 to 1876, he was the mayor of Fredericton. He was elected to Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick and was Leader of the Opposition from 1883 to 1886. In 1886 Wetmore was appointed to the Supreme Court of New Brunswick. In 1887 Wetmore was appointed puisne judge of the first Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories and in 1907 he was appointed the first Chief Justice of Saskatchewan. He served in this position until 1912. In 1907 he became the first Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan and served in this position until 1917. He assisted the first president, Walter C. Murray, in setting the by-laws for the University and attended the cornerstone laying of the Agriculture (now Administration) Building, done by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, to mark the beginning of the building of the University. An Honourary Degree of Civil Laws was awarded to Wetmore by the University of Saskatchewan in 1919. Wetmore died in Victoria, British Columbia in 1922.

E.K. (Ted) Turner - Portrait

Portrait of Ted Turner, Executive Director of Prairie Pools Inc..

Bio/Historical Note: Ted Turner, then Executive Director of Prairie Pools Inc., served as campaign co-chair of "Partners in Growth", the fundraising campaign for the Agriculture Building.

Bio/Historical Note: Edward Kerr (Ted) Turner, CM SOM (1927-2018), was president of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool from 1969-1987. Turner was the 10th Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan, in which capacity he served two terms. He graduated from the School of Agriculture in 1948. After graduation he continued farming on the family farm near Maymont, Saskatchewan. In this community he was elected as a Saskatchewan Wheat Pool (SWP) delegate. He then served the SWP in several capacities. Elected as Director in 1960, followed by First Vice-President in 1966 and finally as President in 1969. On 25 May 1989 the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa was bestowed upon Turner by Leo F. Kristjanson, President. Lt.-Gov. Jack Wiebe presented E.K. Turner with the province's highest distinction, the Saskatchewan Order of Merit on 6 November 1995. Turner was made an honorary life member of the Canadian and Saskatchewan Institutes of Agrologists. He was an inductee of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Order of Merit as well as the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame. In 1990 Turner was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada on 25 October 1990 with the investiture on 17 April 1991. Following this, as of 1998 he became chair of the Saskatchewan Honours Advisory Council. In 1995 he was invested as a Member of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. Turner died in Regina in 2018.

Ted Turner and Ray Hnatyshyn

Ray Hnatyshyn, Governor General of Canada, pins the Saskatchewan Order of Merit to Ted Turner's suit jacket.

Bio/Historical Note: Edward Kerr (Ted) Turner, CM SOM (1927-2018), was president of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool from 1969-1987. Turner was the 10th Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan, in which capacity he served two terms. He graduated from the School of Agriculture in 1948. After graduation he continued farming on the family farm near Maymont, Saskatchewan. In this community he was elected as a Saskatchewan Wheat Pool (SWP) delegate. He then served the SWP in several capacities. Elected as Director in 1960, followed by First Vice-President in 1966 and finally as President in 1969. On 25 May 1989 the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa was bestowed upon Turner by Leo F. Kristjanson, President. Lt.-Gov. Jack Wiebe presented E.K. Turner with the province's highest distinction, the Saskatchewan Order of Merit on 6 November 1995. Turner was made an honorary life member of the Canadian and Saskatchewan Institutes of Agrologists. He was an inductee of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Order of Merit as well as the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame. In 1990 Turner was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada on 25 October 1990 with the investiture on 17 April 1991. Following this, as of 1998 he became chair of the Saskatchewan Honours Advisory Council. In 1995 he was invested as a Member of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. Turner died in Regina in 2018.

Ted Turner - Retirement

Ted Turner, out-going University Chancellor, addresses the audience at his retirement dinner in Marquis Hall.

Bio/Historical Note: Edward Kerr (Ted) Turner, CM SOM (1927-2018), was president of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool from 1969-1987. Turner was the 10th Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan, in which capacity he served two terms. He graduated from the School of Agriculture in 1948. After graduation he continued farming on the family farm near Maymont, Saskatchewan. In this community he was elected as a Saskatchewan Wheat Pool (SWP) delegate. He then served the SWP in several capacities. Elected as Director in 1960, followed by First Vice-President in 1966 and finally as President in 1969. On 25 May 1989 the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa was bestowed upon Turner by Leo F. Kristjanson, President. Lt.-Gov. Jack Wiebe presented E.K. Turner with the province's highest distinction, the Saskatchewan Order of Merit on 6 November 1995. Turner was made an honorary life member of the Canadian and Saskatchewan Institutes of Agrologists. He was an inductee of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Order of Merit as well as the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame. In 1990 Turner was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada on 25 October 1990 with the investiture on 17 April 1991. Following this, as of 1998 he became chair of the Saskatchewan Honours Advisory Council. In 1995 he was invested as a Member of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. Turner died in Regina in 2018.

E.K. (Ted) Turner

E.K. (Ted) Turner, University Chancellor from 1989-1995, poses for the camera in the Bowl; Administration Building in background.

Bio/Historical Note: Edward Kerr (Ted) Turner, CM SOM (1927-2018), was president of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool from 1969-1987. Turner was the 10th Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan, in which capacity he served two terms. He graduated from the School of Agriculture in 1948. After graduation he continued farming on the family farm near Maymont, Saskatchewan. In this community he was elected as a Saskatchewan Wheat Pool (SWP) delegate. He then served the SWP in several capacities. Elected as Director in 1960, followed by First Vice-President in 1966 and finally as President in 1969. On 25 May 1989 the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa was bestowed upon Turner by Leo F. Kristjanson, President. Lt.-Gov. Jack Wiebe presented E.K. Turner with the province's highest distinction, the Saskatchewan Order of Merit on 6 November 1995. Turner was made an honorary life member of the Canadian and Saskatchewan Institutes of Agrologists. He was an inductee of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Order of Merit as well as the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame. In 1990 Turner was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada on 25 October 1990 with the investiture on 17 April 1991. Following this, as of 1998 he became chair of the Saskatchewan Honours Advisory Council. In 1995 he was invested as a Member of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. Turner died in Regina in 2018.

Eiler S. Humbert - Portrait

Head and shoulders image of Dr. Eiler S. Humbert, Associate Professor, Department of Dairy and Food Science.

Bio/Historical Note: Eiler Humbert was born and raised in the rural Regina area. He was educated at Regina Central Collegiate and the University of Saskatchewan where, in 950, he obtained his BSA in Dairy Science and was awarded the Tommy Fraser Memorial Trophy. Humbert took post-graduate work in Dairy Science and obtained his M.Sc. in 1951 at the U of S and continued his studies at Michigan State University, obtaining a Ph.D in 1954. He joined the staff of the U of S Department of Dairy Science in 1954.

D.R. Popkin - Portrait

Head and shoulders image of D.R. Popkin, Dean, College of Medicine, 1993-2001.

Bio/Historical Note: David R. Popkin was born in Montréal on 1 July 1940 and grew up in Senneville, Québec. He received a B.Sc. in Agriculture from Macdonald College in 1962 before studying medicine at McGill University (M.D., C.M., 1966). Popkin received his FRCSC in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1971 and specialist training in gynecological oncology at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, and the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute, New York, (1972). He practiced at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montréal from 1972 to 1982, until he accepted the position of Head of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Medicine (1982-1991). Between 1991 and 1993, Popkin was associate Dean, Postgraduate Medical Education and Clinical Affairs, and later Dean of Medicine (1993-2001). In 2002 he moved to the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency where he served as the Executive Director of the Saskatoon Cancer Clinic (2002-2006) and Vice-President and Senior Medical Officer of the Agency (2006-2010), until he retired at the age of 70. Popkin died in Saskatoon in 2014.

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