A Tribute to Edgar Dunning...Working Centenarian
Thursday, January 26, 2012, 10:00 am Pacific, 11:00 am Mountain, 12:00 pm Central, 1:00 pm EST, 2:00 pm Atlantic, 6:00 pm Zurich, 7:00 pm Istanbul
We need somebody to love, something to do, and something to look forward to.
Julian Gardiner, Career Development Consultant, CCDP
Julian Gardiner Bio
Julian Gardner is a sexagenarian who has changed careers six times. He has been in the fields of technology, cabinet making, photography, museum curating, communications, banking, higher education, and career development. He has several motivated skills that span all these fields, including management, business development, and sales. His interests have always be in people and education - primarily clients and students.
Edgar Dunning Bio
He will talk about Edgar Dunning, who worked into his 100s as a columnist. In his obituary, he was missed for his "kindried spirit, rambling column in the Optimist, and infectious sense of humor. From 1935 to 2010, Edgar was involved inthe Delta Optimist as Publisher, Editor, and Columnist. He had also been a member of the Kinsmen Club of Ladner, the C.C. Weekley Newspapers Association, Delta Concert Band , and Delta Heritage Commission, as well as CBC Radio host of Neighborly News.
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Julian Gardiner is a sexagenarian who has changed careers six times. He has been in the fields of technology, cabinet making, photography, museum curating, communications, banking, higher education, and career development. He will talk about his own career development and about the career development of one of his mentors, Edgar Dunning, who worked into his 100s as a columnist. Welcome Julian!
- How old are you and what careers have you have?
- What were your motivated skills?
- What are your interests that have spanned most of your life?
- How did you meet Edgar Dunning?
- What were Edgar's careers?
- What were his motivated skills?
- What were his interests?
- What do you think accounts for his long life?
- Was Edgar a role model to you? If so, how?
- How did Edgar exemplify your statement, somebody to love, something to do, and something to look forward to.