Who We Are

The International Society for Commemoration, Memorials and other Monuments was founded in August 2014, marking the Centennial anniversary of the beginning of the First World War and the 75th anniversary of the Second World War, for the advancement and learning of commemoration, memorials and other monuments. Founded and presided by Dr. André M. Levesque, this society is composed of academics, professionals and others worldwide interested in learning more about military and civilian memorials, monuments and associated commemorative practices.

Dr. André M. Levesque
OMM, CD

Chair

(Canada)

Dr. Christophe
Kervégant-Tanguy

Secretary

(France)

Brigadier-General
Matthew Overton
OMM, CD
Director

(Canada)

Kevin A. MacDonald
CD, LLB
Director & Honourary Legal Counsel

(Canada)

Dr. Stephen Clarke

Director

(New Zealand)

Cate Quirk

Director

(Australia)

Thomas R. Rozman
MBA
Director

(United States)

Garry Smolyansky

Director

(Canada)

Dr. E. Lee Spence

Director

(United States)

Colonel Colin Richardson, MSM
Director

(New Zealand)

Jacques Gagné, CD

Director

(Canada)

Laurent Veyssière

Director

(France)

Vanessa Johnson

Director

(Canada)

Brian Todd Carey

Director

(United States)

Laetitia Wilfert-Portal

Director

(France)

Andrea M. Levesque

Archivist & 'Monument Hunter'

(Canada)

Stéphane C. Levesque

Web Developer & Host

(Canada)


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