CALGARY, Dec. 9 /CNW/ - The Churchill Corporation (the "Corporation" or "Churchill") announced that its Board of Directors today appointed Ms. Wendy L. Hanrahan as a new director. Ms. Hanrahan becomes the tenth member of Churchill's Board of Directors and will stand for election at the next annual general and special meeting of stockholders to be held in May 2010.
Ms. Hanrahan is a chartered accountant with over 25 years of business and leadership experience. Ms. Hanrahan currently serves as Vice-President, Human Resources, Communications and Facilities Management at TransCanada Corporation ("TransCanada"), a position she has held since 2005. TransCanada, headquartered in Calgary, is a leader in the responsible development and reliable operation of North American energy infrastructure. Prior thereto, Ms. Hanrahan has held progressively senior roles with TransCanada and TC Pipelines LP in the areas of accounting and finance, corporate strategy, planning and evaluations.
"We are delighted Wendy has agreed to become a member of the Churchill board," said Mr. Albrecht Bellstedt, Chairman of the Board. "Her financial and accounting experience, background in strategy and commercial issues along with her human resources experience will make her a tremendous asset to Churchill as we assess alternatives to deliver greater shareholder value."
Ms. Hanrahan is currently a Director of Heritage Park Historical Village, Chair of Career Services Advisory Committee at the University of Calgary, and a member of the advisory board at Bowen Workforce Solutions. Ms. Hanrahan previously served as a Director of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
About The Churchill Corporation:
The Churchill Corporation provides building construction, industrial insulation and electrical contracting services throughout Western Canada. Churchill common shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol "CUQ".
FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS
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