Awards & AccomplishmentsAwards
Distinguished Service Award to Linda Ward O’Farrell · In recognition of outstanding contribution to CERC – September 2010
SCERP to Linda Ward O’Farrell in 2010 · In recognition of passing the 3 levels of the CERC Professional Development training and having contributed significantly to the relocation industry over many years
Meritorious Service Award to John O’Brien · In recognition of voluntary service to CERC – September 2009
Meritorious Service Award to Linda Ward O’Farrell · In recognition of voluntary service to CERC – September 2006
President’s Award to Linda Ward O’Farrell · for her outstanding contribution to CERC and the relocation industry – October 2005
CERC Editorial Award to Linda Ward O’Farrell · In recognition of her CERC News article "Not All Surveys Are Created Equal" September/October 1998
The Ride to Conquer Cancer 2009 & 2010 – John O’Brien and Linda Ward O’Farrell successfully completed the 288km bicycle rides from Montreal to Quebec City two years in a row and were instrumental in personally raising over $16,000 and helping their team raise over $35,000 for cancer research and care.
Médecins Sans Frontières – John O’Brien and Linda Ward O’Farrell helped raise over $100,000 to date for MSF (Doctors Without Borders) in collaboration with the CERC Global Awareness Committee.
West Island Palliative Care Residence Fashion Show 2010 – Linda Ward O’Farrell participated in the fashion show for this wonderful cause.
Their mission: "The West Island Palliative Care Residence is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the care of patients during the final days of a terminal illness. The staff and volunteers at the Residence will provide palliative care for these patients and their families by responding to their physical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs during the course of the illness and the bereavement period. The Residence will also undertake to promote education and research in palliative care and to act as an example for other communities wishing to organize freestanding palliative residences."