Manitoba Historical Society
     Keeping history alive for over 138 years

 


MHS
Events


Manitoba
History

No. 85


This Old
Elevator


Abandoned
Manitoba


War
Memorials
in Manitoba


Digitized
Local History
Books


Memorable
Manitobans


Historic Sites
of Manitoba

Memorable Manitobans: William “Bill” Regehr (1931-2016)

Educator, administrator.

Born on 19 May 1931, son of Cornelius and Maria Regehr, he received university degrees in Economics and Education. He was Principal of the Selkirk Collegiate Institute (1967-1969) and Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School (1971-1975), and Superintendent for the Lord Selkirk School Division. Active in politics, he was Principal Secretary to Premier Howard Pawley (c1981), President of the Manitoba NDP Party (c1981-1982), and Deputy Minister of Business Development and Tourism (c1986). He was Chair of the Board of Governors for Red River College (c2005) and a member of the Board of Governors at the University of Winnipeg, University of Manitoba, and Winnipeg Art Gallery. He died suddenly at the St. Boniface Hospital on 14 March 2016.

Sources:

Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 19 March 2016.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 19 March 2016

Memorable Manitobans

Memorable Manitobans

This is a collection of noteworthy Manitobans from the past, compiled by the Manitoba Historical Society.

Search the collection by word or phrase, name, place, occupation or other text:

Custom Search

Browse surnames beginning with:
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y | Z | 2017


Send corrections and additions to the Memorable Manitobans Administrator at biographies@mhs.mb.ca

Criteria for Memorable Manitobans | Suggest a Memorable Manitoban  | Our Inspiration | Acknowledgements

Support the MHS and

Back to top of page

   


To report an error on the above page, please contact the MHS Webmaster.

Home  |  Terms & Conditions  |  FAQ  |  Contact Us  |  Privacy Policy  |  Donations Policy

© 1998-2017 Manitoba Historical Society. All rights reserved.