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Mr. Michael Moran J.

Master Course Conductor

The Canadian Association of Nordic Ski Instructors

HQ Phone: (819) 360-6700

The Canadian Association of Nordic Ski Instructors

164 Rue Adrien-Robert

Gatineau, Quebec j8y 3s2

Canada

Company Description

The Canadian Association of Nordic Ski Instructors (CANSI) is a non-profit organization designed to promote and advance the sports of cross country and telemark skiing in Canada through the provision of high quality instruction. CANSI strives to promote a... more

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Employment History

Vice President
Dedham Institution

Collection Manager
Neworld Bank

Affiliations

Board Member
Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce

Board Member
Northeast Little League Inc

Treasurer
BNI Rainmakers

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CANSI: Mike Moran receives post-homously "Cum Laude" award from Cross-Country Ontario

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Mike Moran receives post-homously "Cum Laude" award from Cross-Country Ontario Posted on May 11th, 2009

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XC Ontario presents post-homously "Cum Laude" Award to Mike Moran On April 26, 2009 the Southern Ontario District of Cross Country Ontario presented to Mike Moran who passed away in Sept. 30, 2006 the "Cum Laude" award - an award given "in recognition of outstanding contribution to the development of cross-country skiing in Southern Ontario over a period of years".
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Those who spent time on the snow with Mike Moran can attest to the man's great sense of rhythm and balance on skis.
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Never once did Mike Moran hesitate or retreat from a difficult situation. He followed his course in life with strength, purpose and determination. Mike's battle with cancer ended on September 30, 2006 but his energy flows on. It channels forward, directing us to overcome obstacles and reach our own goals in life.
Thank You for honoring Mike's achievements in Cross Country Skiing today after all of his years of dedication and commitment to this sport we so fondly remember him participating in...I can see Mike now goofing around on his skis in front of us as we speak...He loved this sport and more than anything he adored the people involved in every aspect and at every level. He truly spoke highly of all his associations.
...
They all knew that Mike was convinced that life was 10% of what happened to him and 90% of how he reacted to it. Thank you all for your human spirit and continued contribution to every thing Mike would favour, support and be proud of within this sport and throughout daily life.
...
My history with Mike goes back many years to when we first started our retail store in Toronto, The Racing Stripe, back in 1981. Mike was then in the supplier side of the ski industry and was at one time our Bonna ski rep and after that, our Patagonia rep.
When we moved our retail operation up to Oro-Medonte and incorporated all the businesses into the Hardwood Hills location, Mike continued his association with us as a supplier rep, but we also became involved with him through CANSII. Now that we were running Hardwood Hills as a full-time business, we needed to ensure our ski instructors were well trained and teaching with the most current teaching methodologies.
Mike therefore instructed our own Hardwood Hills staff and also ran separate CANSII clinics at Hardwood Hills so our involvement with him continued for many years, even after he left the supplier side of the industry in order to manage and run Sojourn along with his wife, Cheri.
Mike treated all aspects of the ski industry with professionalism, integrity, and humour. He was kind, encouraging and fair as an instructor and genuinely a nice, decent guy. He was a very talented skier himself who instilled a love of the sport into everyone who came within his circle. He had a passion for life and the outdoors which was infectious and everyone who was lucky enough to participate in one of his ski clinics always came out a better and more enthusiastic skier.
Mike's physical presence is still very much missed, but his love of the sport and teaching itself lives on in the lives of everyone he influenced.
...
Mike was an amazing, highly talented skier and athlete, whereby his skis became one with the snow. More importantly, however, was his demeanor as an instructor and his ability to quietly and effectively convey to his students, technique and applicable drills that would allow them all to achieve success in one of his clinics or courses. We, at Ski Telemark employed Mike for this unique set of capabilities and he provided excellent service in return.
The outdoors and snow were Mike's loves and he would enthuse any and all that he met with his energy and passion. I first met Mike telemark racing and later he was our Course Conductor for CANSI Telemark and Cross Country Ski courses. His knowledge reflected a deep understanding of the sport and he always was interested in learning and sharing of new advances and learningmethodologies.
Mike with his wife Cheri Doman, created a retail store, SOJOURN as an outlet for their consummate passion for the outdoors.


CANSI: Mike Moran receives post-homously "Cum Laude" award from Cross-Country Ontario

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Mike Moran receives post-homously "Cum Laude" award from Cross-Country Ontario | Continued... CANSI: Mike Moran receives post-homously "Cum Laude" award from Cross-Country Ontario

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Mike Moran receives post-homously "Cum Laude" award from Cross-Country Ontario Posted on May 11th, 2009 XC Ontario presents post-homously "Cum Laude" Award to Mike Moran On April 26, 2009 the Southern Ontario District of Cross Country Ontario presented to Mike Moran who passed away in Sept. 30, 2006 the "Cum Laude" award - an award given "in recognition of outstanding contribution to the development of cross-country skiing in Southern Ontario over a period of years".
...
Those who spent time on the snow with Mike Moran can attest to the man's great sense of rhythm and balance on skis.
...
Never once did Mike Moran hesitate or retreat from a difficult situation. He followed his course in life with strength, purpose and determination. Mike's battle with cancer ended on September 30, 2006 but his energy flows on. It channels forward, directing us to overcome obstacles and reach our own goals in life.
Thank You for honoring Mike's achievements in Cross Country Skiing today after all of his years of dedication and commitment to this sport we so fondly remember him participating in...I can see Mike now goofing around on his skis in front of us as we speak...He loved this sport and more than anything he adored the people involved in every aspect and at every level. He truly spoke highly of all his associations.
...
They all knew that Mike was convinced that life was 10% of what happened to him and 90% of how he reacted to it. Thank you all for your human spirit and continued contribution to every thing Mike would favour, support and be proud of within this sport and throughout daily life.
...
My history with Mike goes back many years to when we first started our retail store in Toronto, The Racing Stripe, back in 1981. Mike was then in the supplier side of the ski industry and was at one time our Bonna ski rep and after that, our Patagonia rep.
When we moved our retail operation up to Oro-Medonte and incorporated all the businesses into the Hardwood Hills location, Mike continued his association with us as a supplier rep, but we also became involved with him through CANSII. Now that we were running Hardwood Hills as a full-time business, we needed to ensure our ski instructors were well trained and teaching with the most current teaching methodologies.
Mike therefore instructed our own Hardwood Hills staff and also ran separate CANSII clinics at Hardwood Hills so our involvement with him continued for many years, even after he left the supplier side of the industry in order to manage and run Sojourn along with his wife, Cheri.
Mike treated all aspects of the ski industry with professionalism, integrity, and humour. He was kind, encouraging and fair as an instructor and genuinely a nice, decent guy. He was a very talented skier himself who instilled a love of the sport into everyone who came within his circle. He had a passion for life and the outdoors which was infectious and everyone who was lucky enough to participate in one of his ski clinics always came out a better and more enthusiastic skier.
Mike's physical presence is still very much missed, but his love of the sport and teaching itself lives on in the lives of everyone he influenced.
...
Mike was an amazing, highly talented skier and athlete, whereby his skis became one with the snow. More importantly, however, was his demeanor as an instructor and his ability to quietly and effectively convey to his students, technique and applicable drills that would allow them all to achieve success in one of his clinics or courses. We, at Ski Telemark employed Mike for this unique set of capabilities and he provided excellent service in return.
The outdoors and snow were Mike's loves and he would enthuse any and all that he met with his energy and passion. I first met Mike telemark racing and later he was our Course Conductor for CANSI Telemark and Cross Country Ski courses. His knowledge reflected a deep understanding of the sport and he always was interested in learning and sharing of new advances and learningmethodologies.
Mike with his wife Cheri Doman, created a retail store, SOJOURN as an outlet for their consummate passion for the outdoors.


CANSI: Clare Magee receives Mike Moran Lifetime Achievement Award

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Undoubtedly, Mike was an accomplished athlete who excelled at sport and loved outdoor pursuits. His success came from being thorough and consistent in all that he did, always keeping his goals in sight. He drew strength from the pursuit of knowledge and inspiration from the elements in the natural world around him.

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Mike and Clare share a history ... Mike as a Student and Clare as an admirable and inspiring Teacher.
...
Mike and Clare share a history ... Mike as a Student and Clare as an admirable and inspiring Teacher.
...
I know that Mike held the highest regard for Clare and treasured memories that undoubtedly grew from the grassroots of their love for Cross Country Skiing.
...
Clare presented Mike with this "feather" at a time when things were changing rapidly with in Mike's realm.
...
Mike was very aware of the symbolism and significance of this gift and he immediately kept this feather in his Atlas and used it often to show me the beautiful and exciting sections of his famous bicycle trip in the hopes that his twin brother Bill and myself could return to some of these favouite and most spiritual experiences to spread his ashes to signify all good feelings and optimism.
...
Mike Moran was a character, to say the least. A leader, without a doubt. Combining his formidable skills and leadership abilities with his energetic, infectious and humorous ways, Mike was a provincial, national and international ambassador for CANSI and for Nordic skiing. He challenged us to be the best instructors we could be, and led by example. Mike was the most natural skier I have ever met - on skinny skis, telemark or downhill gear. He was both spirited and inspirational. Mike passed away in the fall of 2006. Those who knew him will remember Mike's smile and his laugh the most, but he left us all with a great deal more than that.
It could not be more fitting that the first recipient of this award honoring Mike Moran, should be his friend and colleague Clare Magee.
...
Although one was tall and one not, one somewhat of an extrovert, one less so, Mike and Clare shared a commitment to personal excellence and excellence in leadership which both of them demonstrated not only on snow but in all aspects of their lives.


CANSI: Clare Magee receives Mike Moran Lifetime Achievement Award

www.cansi.ca [cached]

Undoubtedly, Mike was an accomplished athlete who excelled at sport and loved outdoor pursuits. His success came from being thorough and consistent in all that he did, always keeping his goals in sight. He drew strength from the pursuit of knowledge and inspiration from the elements in the natural world around him.

...
Mike and Clare share a history ... Mike as a Student and Clare as an admirable and inspiring Teacher.
...
Mike and Clare share a history ... Mike as a Student and Clare as an admirable and inspiring Teacher.
...
I know that Mike held the highest regard for Clare and treasured memories that undoubtedly grew from the grassroots of their love for Cross Country Skiing.
...
Clare presented Mike with this "feather" at a time when things were changing rapidly with in Mike's realm.
...
Mike was very aware of the symbolism and significance of this gift and he immediately kept this feather in his Atlas and used it often to show me the beautiful and exciting sections of his famous bicycle trip in the hopes that his twin brother Bill and myself could return to some of these favouite and most spiritual experiences to spread his ashes to signify all good feelings and optimism.
...
Mike Moran was a character, to say the least. A leader, without a doubt. Combining his formidable skills and leadership abilities with his energetic, infectious and humorous ways, Mike was a provincial, national and international ambassador for CANSI and for Nordic skiing. He challenged us to be the best instructors we could be, and led by example. Mike was the most natural skier I have ever met - on skinny skis, telemark or downhill gear. He was both spirited and inspirational. Mike passed away in the fall of 2006. Those who knew him will remember Mike's smile and his laugh the most, but he left us all with a great deal more than that.
It could not be more fitting that the first recipient of this award honoring Mike Moran, should be his friend and colleague Clare Magee.
...
Although one was tall and one not, one somewhat of an extrovert, one less so, Mike and Clare shared a commitment to personal excellence and excellence in leadership which both of them demonstrated not only on snow but in all aspects of their lives.


CANSI: Mike Moran receives post-homously "Cum Laude" award from Cross-Country Ontario

www.cansi.ca [cached]

Mike Moran receives post-homously "Cum Laude" award from Cross-Country Ontario Posted on May 11th, 2009

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XC Ontario presents post-homously "Cum Laude" Award to Mike Moran On April 26, 2009 the Southern Ontario District of Cross Country Ontario presented to Mike Moran who passed away in Sept. 30, 2006 the "Cum Laude" award - an award given "in recognition of outstanding contribution to the development of cross-country skiing in Southern Ontario over a period of years".
...
Those who spent time on the snow with Mike Moran can attest to the man's great sense of rhythm and balance on skis.
...
Never once did Mike Moran hesitate or retreat from a difficult situation. He followed his course in life with strength, purpose and determination. Mike's battle with cancer ended on September 30, 2006 but his energy flows on. It channels forward, directing us to overcome obstacles and reach our own goals in life.
Thank You for honoring Mike's achievements in Cross Country Skiing today after all of his years of dedication and commitment to this sport we so fondly remember him participating in...I can see Mike now goofing around on his skis in front of us as we speak...He loved this sport and more than anything he adored the people involved in every aspect and at every level. He truly spoke highly of all his associations.
...
They all knew that Mike was convinced that life was 10% of what happened to him and 90% of how he reacted to it. Thank you all for your human spirit and continued contribution to every thing Mike would favour, support and be proud of within this sport and throughout daily life.
...
My history with Mike goes back many years to when we first started our retail store in Toronto, The Racing Stripe, back in 1981. Mike was then in the supplier side of the ski industry and was at one time our Bonna ski rep and after that, our Patagonia rep.
When we moved our retail operation up to Oro-Medonte and incorporated all the businesses into the Hardwood Hills location, Mike continued his association with us as a supplier rep, but we also became involved with him through CANSII. Now that we were running Hardwood Hills as a full-time business, we needed to ensure our ski instructors were well trained and teaching with the most current teaching methodologies.
Mike therefore instructed our own Hardwood Hills staff and also ran separate CANSII clinics at Hardwood Hills so our involvement with him continued for many years, even after he left the supplier side of the industry in order to manage and run Sojourn along with his wife, Cheri.
Mike treated all aspects of the ski industry with professionalism, integrity, and humour. He was kind, encouraging and fair as an instructor and genuinely a nice, decent guy. He was a very talented skier himself who instilled a love of the sport into everyone who came within his circle. He had a passion for life and the outdoors which was infectious and everyone who was lucky enough to participate in one of his ski clinics always came out a better and more enthusiastic skier.
Mike's physical presence is still very much missed, but his love of the sport and teaching itself lives on in the lives of everyone he influenced.
...
Mike was an amazing, highly talented skier and athlete, whereby his skis became one with the snow. More importantly, however, was his demeanor as an instructor and his ability to quietly and effectively convey to his students, technique and applicable drills that would allow them all to achieve success in one of his clinics or courses. We, at Ski Telemark employed Mike for this unique set of capabilities and he provided excellent service in return.
The outdoors and snow were Mike's loves and he would enthuse any and all that he met with his energy and passion. I first met Mike telemark racing and later he was our Course Conductor for CANSI Telemark and Cross Country Ski courses. His knowledge reflected a deep understanding of the sport and he always was interested in learning and sharing of new advances and learningmethodologies.
Mike with his wife Cheri Doman, created a retail store, SOJOURN as an outlet for their consummate passion for the outdoors.

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