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OTTAWA, ON
2015 – 16


BARBARA CARTWRIGHT
Canadian Federation of Humane Societies

KATHERINE COOLIGAN
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

FRAN GREEN
Jewelry By Fran Green

BRENDA HOLLINGSWORTH
Auger Hollingsworth Professional Corporation

HEDYEH JAVIDNIA, MD, FRCS(C)
Dr. Hedyeh Javidnia Cosmetic Surgery

NICOLE LAFRAMBOISE
Elements Luxury Tented Camp and Nature Spa

SUE NORTON
Pink Tiger Inc.
Alcea Technologies Inc.


COLLEEN O'CONNELL-CAMPBELL, CFP, CIM, CDFA
ScotiaMcLeod

THERESA QADRI
Royal LePage Team Realty

PIERETTE RAYMOND
Moving Forward Matters
1-800-GOT-JUNK?


CARLEY SCHELCK
urban element

SUSAN SYKES
Decorating Den Interiors
Susan Sykes Design


SUSAN VACHERESSE
The Susan and Moe Team
RE/MAX Absolute Realty Inc.
Pierrette Raymond | Moving Forward Matters and 1-800-GOT-JUNK? | Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  MOVING FORWARD MATTERS
1-800-GOT-JUNK?


T: 613.627.4438
praymond@pierretteraymond.com
www.pierretteraymond.com

PIERRETTE RAYMOND



"We help people reprioritize what’s important in life."

          When people going through major life changes feel overwhelmed by the decisions that have to be made, Pierrette Raymond is there to help.
          As a life transition specialist, Pierrette is able to take the complicated, challenging and sometimes heartbreaking parts of life and simplify them. From reorganizing an extremely busy life to downsizing a home, Pierrette and her teams at Moving Forward Matters and 1-800-GOT- JUNK? understand the challenges.
          "I work with families and individuals going through major life change, such as retirement, separation and divorce. I focus on the emotional, physical and psychological aspects of going through major transitions."
          Far from being alone during such times, Pierrette’s clients feel support in getting from one stage of their life to the next.
          "As our population ages, people are feeling overwhelmed and going through a lot of transition. How do you simplify to find someone’s new 'right fit?' I make sure my clients know they don’t have to do it all on their own."