Cpl K.V. Regan, CD
On 04 March 2018, after 25 years of dedicated service to the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) and the Department of National Defence, Cpl Keven Regan will be retiring from the Forces (see bio attached). An informal DWD ceremony will take place at the Lakeland Inn in Cold Lake, AB at 1300 hours on the 16 March 2018. Congratulatory messages, farewell wishes, anecdotes and photos may be sent to MCpl Firth at the email address provided. Dress will be dress of the day or appropriate civilian attire. Guests are requested to RSVP with MCpl Firth NLT 05 March. He can be reached at 780-840-8000 ext 3134 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org<
Cpl Keven Regan began his illustrious carrier in 1993 as a Combat Engineer at 8 Field Engineer Regiment.
On October 13, 1995 he transferred to the Regular Force and after completion of TQ3 training, he was posted to 1 CER Chilliwack. He later moved to CFB Edmonton in July 1996 with his Regiment.
Cpl Keven Regan while in 1 CER worked in 3 Troop, Resources Troop, 4 Troop, 1 Troop, 18 Administration Squadron as SSM driver, deploying to Bosnia in 1997/1998 OP PALLADIUM and Kosovo in 1999 with the LDSH as part of the engineer recce detachment Op KINETIC. He completed his QL5A in CFB Gagetown in summer 2000, and was then posted to the PLER Engineers at CFB Cold Lake in March 2002. In 2007 he was posted back to 1 CER where he started work up training for Roto 3-09 but was injured on training and was not able to deploy the tour. He was posted back to PLER Engineers in September 2010. In 2012 he was moved to the ETO/ Ops and training office where he worked as the WCE ETO until May 2015 when he was employed in the planning cell until August 2017. He was approved to do Vocational Rehabilitation and is currently attending Portage College in the Business Administration one year program.
Cpl Keven Regan received NATO Former Yugoslavia Medal on 13 Jan 1998, NATO Kosovo 30 Nov 1999, Cdn Peacekeeping Svc Medal 22 May 2001, and CS 10 May 2005 as well CD1 Clasp 21 March 2017.
Upon his retirement Kevin and Lisa (wife) will be staying in the Lakeland area