Jeanne' (Jean) Clive
Jeanne’s family came to Canada from Scotland/Wales at the turn of the Century and settled on a farm near Regina. Jeanne' attended the last of the one room country schools aptly called South Regina, SD. 1518. Jeanne’ completed her high school at Sheldon Williams Collegiate. Jeanne' graduated with a Diploma as a Legal Secretary from Reliance School of Commerce Ltd. in Regina, Sask. After working in the business field, for several years, Jeanne' furthered her education by going to the University of Saskatchewan completing a Diploma of Agriculture. Jeanne' was an adult educator, who travelled the Province for approx. 15 years instructing First Aid/CPR Classes in industry with St. John Ambulance, Farm Safety Work Shops for Women with the Saskatchewan Safety Council, guest speaker at RM annual meetings, conducted and wrote classes for the S.I.A.S.T. Maxwell Street Campus of Beekeeping, Greenhouse Management, Gardening, Poultry, was one of the pioneer instructors in the development of the Ag. Certificate – Two Year Program. Following, the untimely sudden death of their father, & the decision with her sister & mother to continue to operate the family farm, Jeanne' sought a profession that was closer to home. Jeanne' has one son, William, who completed educational requirements & received his Red Seal Ag. Mech. Tech. in October 2018 and is currently employed at EMSCO. Jeanne's daughter-in-law, Morgan Waldo, also a Heavy-Duty Mechanic, is currently following her passion of achieving coaching credentials for down-hill skiing plus doing trade information workshops at schools. A very welcome addition to the Clan was a grandson Calvington in June of last year. Jeanne' has served on daycare & community boards, volunteering with St. John Ambulance, holds the rank of Commander in the Order of St. John, Priory of Canada. Jeanne was recently, along with 7000 residents of Saskatchewan, received the Queen Elizabeth 11 Platinum Jubilee Medal nominated by the City of Regina for her dedication and service to the community.