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FC: Phil Hawley's Retirement January 17th 2014 | Memories

1: Guest Page Phil Hawley's Retirement January 17, 2013 | Family Friends Cherished Memories | Congratulations Phil ! Wishing you, Helen and your family every happiness in the years ahead. Best wishes, Nerina

2: Mug Shot: a photograph of someone's face; especially: a photograph taken by the police of someone who has been arrested.

3: Phil's wonderful family who straightened him out.

4: JIBC class photo from 1980! After 33 years, we cannot possibly capture* the essence of your career in a few words. But William Shakespeare, 400 years dead, hit the nail on the head when he wrote, “Better a witty fool than a foolish wit.” Through all those years, with your wise and humble Phil-ishness, you brought perspective and laughter and a great measure of humanity to the oft stodgy bureaucracy of public service. For this, we will miss you greatly, you Phool. All the best to you in your retirement; your friends and colleagues at JIBC, Shelagh, Rob and friends *JIBC captured your image in your grad photo - your name should be Dorian Gray.

7: All the best to you in your retirement; your friends and colleagues at JIBC, Shelagh, Rob and friends

8: Exemplary Service Awards

9: A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way. John C. Maxwell

11: Make friends with the angels, who though invisible are always with you. Often invoke them, constantly praise them, and make good use of their help and assistance in all your temporal and spiritual affairs. Saint Francis de Sales

13: A man's friendships are one of the best measures of his worth. Charles Darwin

14: Experience is not what happens to you; it's what you do with what happens to you. Aldous Huxley

15: The years teach much which the days never know. Ralph Waldo Emerson

16: “Love is that condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.” Robert A. Heinlein, Stranger in a Strange Land

18: Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art... It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things that give value to survival. C. S. Lewis

19: “Here's to alcohol, the rose colored glasses of life.” F. Scott Fitzgerald

20: Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen. Winston Churchill

21: Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others. Cicero

22: If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader. John Quincy Adams

23: Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. Helen Keller

24: Let us always meet each other with a smile, for the smile is the beginning of love. Mother Teresa

25: There is no friend like an old friend who has shared our morning days, no greeting like his welcome, no homage like his praise. Oliver Wendell Holmes

27: “The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” Phil Jackson

28: The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best. Epictetus | Dancing With The Stars!

29: “That is the best - to laugh with someone because you both think the same things are funny.” Gloria Vanderbilt

30: Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. Confucius

33: Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined. Henry David Thoreau

35: Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage. Lao Tzu

36: “You say you have no courage, but I see it in you. what you did, the burden you agreed to shoulder, took courage. For that, I honor you.” Khaled Hosseini, And the Mountains Echoed

37: "That f****r has been riding my coat-tails for years."

38: I'm not sure I'm adult yet. Johnny Depp

41: Dear Phil. Your day has come – time to reap the rewards of many years of public service and contribution to the pension plan. Although we have had less direct contact in recent years, I have always enjoyed our interactions and will miss you. Thank you for your support over the years, for your contributions to the organization and, most importantly, the youth we serve, and for your entertaining and good humour. I wish you and Helen many, many years of happiness in your retirement. Anne Anne Kimmitt Youth Justice Consultant Youth Justice Program Support Ministry of Children and Family Development phone: 250-717-2023 anne.kimmitt@gov.bc.ca

42: I first met Phil in about 1981 when we both attended update training for Family Court Counsellors. Phil introduced himself to the group by saying that he was there under protest because he didn't think POs should be doing this type of work. Little did I know that this plain-speaking, somewhat petulant fellow would go on to become an influential figure in both the provincial justice system and my own career, as Phil later became a valued colleague and, for a time, my supervisor. I won't chronicle Phil's achievements in the workplace (although I'm fairly certain there were some) because for me Phil's most memorable contributions through the years were his unique one-liners, a few examples of which follow: I once remarked to Phil that I noticed he was out of the office pretty sharply at 4:30 every day, to which he responded, “Damn right, if I want to do volunteer work, I'll go to the SPCA!” When talking about the Corrections exemplary service medal, Phil suggested that for him to be considered it would have to become an award for “adequate” service. While chairing a provincial policy meeting that he wanted to end so that he could catch a ferry, Phil commented to the person beside him that “if anyone asks another question I'm going to stick my pencil in their eye!” I could go on, but suffice to say you are one of a kind Phil and it's been a treat to work with you. All the very best. Doug Hillian Director of Practice, Central/North Island Vancouver Island Youth Justice Director Ministry of Children and Family Development

43: Dear Phil, despite my best efforts everyone always new you were the best and brightest Phil around. I’d like to wish you a tremendously gratifying retirement with friends and loved ones after such a long and impressive career. Cheers, Phil Peachey, aka “the other Phil’. Phil Peachey Instructor, JIBC

44: Phil: All the best to you in your retirement as you definitely deserve it! Really enjoyed working with you when I was an action Youth Justice Consultant 10 years ago and always found you to be humorous and witty but at the same time, knowledgeable, responsible and reliable. A great co-worker and person...now it's time for you to go and relax! Cheers, Irene Wesenberg Irene Wesenberg, BSW Restorative Youth Justice Conference Facilitator/Youth Probation Officer Ministry of Children & Family Development (FEA) 8978 School Street Chilliwack, B.C. V2P 4L4 Ph.: (604) 702-2311; Fax: (604) 702-2344 Direct Line: (604) 702-2307; Cell: (604) 316-3265

45: From: Trish Shields, Subject: RE: Phil He's such a funny guy. I remember when he and Keith Barnard were up on this floor and Phil recounted a childhood story/nickname. It has a festive flair – apparently kids used to sing ‘Deck the halls with balls of Hawley’... You can share that, if you'd like. Bwahahahaha

46: November 2013 Dear Helen and Phil What wonderful news to learn that you are both retiring shortly. Though I know you both will be dearly missed. You both have had long and exemplary careers, conducted with great integrity, respect, good humour and competence. I have had the good fortune of coming into contact with you both. Helen, you gave Alan such a good start. He always felt treasured and challenged in your kindergarten class. Phil, we did not have many shared files, but when we did, it was always a great pleasure working along side you. Perhaps our paths will cross again. Maybe at some Cowichan Valley Holly Farm! Take good care, and have a happy healthy and well deserved retirement. Mona Herring.

47: “Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.” Dr. Seuss

48: Movie Listings Movies Now In Theatres: | The LOVE BOAT The romantic and comic tales of Phil Hawley, the passengers and crew of the Vancouver Island ferry ship, West Coast Wonder. | To Sir With Affection Idealistic school teacher and his experiences in teaching a group of rambunctious students. | Rating: 8.5 | True Hollywood Story - Dr. Phil This popular and long-time talk show owes much of its success to the chemistry between Dr. Phil and his staff. Very interesting conversations about their families and personal lives. | Star Trek - Deep Trouble Nine Captain Phil Hawley and the crew of the Starship - Mesmerize - explore the Regions and defend the United Turf of Probation Officers. | Rating: 9 | Rating: 8.7 | Rating: 10

49: Criminal Minds - Suspect Behaviour A con artist and his protégé are on the verge of pulling off a lucrative swindle when the former ADM arrives unexpectedly. | Caught on Camera Detectives investigating a Youth Justice Forum find themselves targeted by both gang members and crooked cops. | Hawaii Four Thirty-0 Phil returns home in order to find his bread maker is broken. The Boss of the house offers him the chance to pop out to the grocery store. Phil is joined by his partner in crime, on a great adventure. | Rating: 8.8 | Rating: 9.5 | Rating: 9

51: Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do... but how much love we put in that action. Mother Teresa

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