Chris Ford Obituary, Toastmasters Manotick Original Founder Has Passed Away

Chris Ford Obituary, Death – Chris Ford, who was one of the original founders of Manotick Toastmasters and who had been suffering amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) for the past two years, recently lost his battle with the disease. He had been battling the condition for the past two years. The club is in complete and utter shock after hearing the news of his passing.

A few of opening sentences regarding Chris. Chris Ford, a past President of Toastmasters International and a founder member of the Manotick Toastmasters club, has been active with the Toastmasters organization ever since it was created. Chris Ford is also a founding member of the Manotick Toastmasters club. Chris brought a significant amount of experience gained from previous positions of leadership with him.

Following his retirement from the Canadian Forces with the rank of Brigadier General, he moved on to work for the Department of National Defense as the Director General for Alternative Dispute Resolution. During his time there, he was responsible for overseeing a variety of conflict resolution processes. Toastmasters International chose him to lead the organization as President in 2007 and 2008, and he had previously chaired the International Leadership Committee.

Additionally, between 2007 and 2008, he presided over Toastmasters International in the role of President.
Chris has a wealth of experience serving as a volunteer leader for a variety of organizations, including professional, non-profit, and community groups. He has held these roles in a variety of capacities during the course of his career. Chris also has a bachelor’s degree in business administration, in addition to all of his other accomplishments.

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