Exterior Donor Wall for Pathstone Mental Health Foundation.

Pathstone donor wall



A Diamond In The Rough

Date: June 11, 2018 Author: Susanne Sukic Categories: Blog

Our city is in a constant state of evolution. As far as the eye can see, cranes tower and construction sites spread their dusty plumes while brightly coloured signs alert traffic and neighbours to the continual development. Old walls are demolished making room for the new and sometimes amalgamating the two. Repurposing this history can lead to echoes of the past through our future. We’re often called upon in these times of growth to prepare custom area plaques and donor recognition in a...

Life after Death

Date: May 3, 2018 Author: Tammy Kim Categories: Blog

In the wake of Richard Howes’ untimely passing, his Presidential team has been wading through the waters trying to chart out a new course without our captain. It has been 5 short months since we lost Richard but in that time we have learned so much about ourselves and the skills that we have acquired through the years of working with Richard. In the past it was easy to rely heavily on his experience and knowledge by just asking “Richard do you know how…Richard do you remember this...

Spring into Gifts and Awards Season

Date: April 1, 2018 Author: Susanne Sukic Categories: Blog

With the promise of spring comes the bustle of the gifts and awards season. The sprouting greens come to life much like the vested efforts that led to the accomplishments of the past year. For many organizations it’s the time to celebrate the annual achievements of the student body, faculty, board, donor or volunteer contributions and professional excellence. Whether updating a donor wall, coordinating sales recognition or an award program there are many details that must come together to...

Relationships Matter

Date: March 1, 2018 Author: Richard Howes Categories: Blog

Editor's note: Richard Howe's very first blog on this site reflected the core values he instilled in all of us. We are pleased to repost this timeless insight. Recently I had the pleasure of making a donation to Toronto Rehab Foundation. It is interesting to trace the relationships that have meshed in order for that donation to happen. The donation was to the Toronto Rehab Foundation for their Stroke Research event: the Rocket Ride 4 Rehab. The Rocket is Howard Rocket, a former stroke...

He Touched So Many Lives

Date: February 8, 2018 Author: Sylvie Lachance Categories: Blog

Our leader, mentor, and founder Richard Foster Howes passed away on December 6th, breaking our hearts. Throughout the grieving, our Presidential team is reflecting on the hundreds of impressions showering us in sympathy cards, condolence emails, Memorial Posts, donations, & flowers. Speaking with friends and colleagues attending the funeral ceremony, it became clear that Richard touched so many lives, with the same sentiments echoing over and over: Everyone was in a state of shock. How is...

R.I.P. Richard Howes

Date: January 17, 2018 Author: Tammy Kim Categories: Blog

It is with a heavy heart that I acknowledge the passing of my boss, my mentor, my friend, Richard Foster Howes (1954 – 2017). Richard lived and breathed this company. He nurtured it for over 25 years and watched it flourish and grow over the past 2 decades. This is his legacy, this company that he built along with many top level associates and artisans. Richard was able to walk into a space and visualize a design. His creativity was inspirational. He loved reading and learning and that...

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