Art Denomme

Art Denomme is an unlikely compiler of his family history.   He started out by doing just a "little research" to try and uncover who his great-grandfather was. Many years later, he is still collecting names, dates and places to add to his database. This database of information was published in 2005. And yes, the book "Denomme - 400 years of family" contains the information on his great-grandfather, as well as many others.

Art is retired from Cambrian College where he worked as a Computer Network Support Technologist in the College's Employment Options program. He worked out of three campuses in the Sudbury area - Val Caron, Little Current and Espanola.  Employment Options is an Ontario Government initiative that assists those who are unemployed find jobs.

Art graduated from Cambrian's Audio Visual Technology Program in 1975 and worked for the college from 1975 until 2013. During his years at the college, he worked as an Employment Consultant with the Job Connect and Futures program, an Employment Consultant with jobsOntario Training, a Photography Instructor, a Media Production Technologist in the College's Audio Visual Centre and as a Support Technologist to the Audio Visual Program.

Born Arthur Joseph Denomme in Sudbury, Ontario, he is the son of Alcide Joseph Denomme and Edith May Cornthwaite (both predeceased).  Art married Denise Chretien (deceased in March 2010) and has a son, Adam Joseph Denomme, married to Julie Lemoyne, a grandson, Addison and a granddaughter, Anabelle. Art lives in Val Caron, Ontario, which is just a few kilometres north of Sudbury.

 
 



Thanks to Donald Chretien for your assistance in making this site artistically better.

Copyright 2002, Art Denomme. All rights reserved. Revised April 5, 2018