RCGT’s Lévis office celebrated its 25th anniversary on February 16, 2012 with approximately 300 guests at the Centre de congrès et d’expositions de Lévis. The cocktail event was attended by clients, business partners and employees, as well as important members of the Lévis community, such as Mayor Danielle Roy-Marinelli.
After a short introduction on the office’s history, Pierre Lapointe, Regional Vice-President, spoke of the entrepreneurship of three of the office’s pillars: Roger Demers, François Noël and Louis-Pierre Gagnon. “Over the years, everyone who has ever worked at the Lévis office has embodied the values of our founders: sharing, collaboration and surpassing one’s self,” Pierre said.
Pierre Garant, Partner in Charge of the office, thanked all employees, business partners and above all clients for their unfailing trust: “You give us the opportunity to do the best job in the world: supporting you in your projects,” he said.
To warm applause, Roger, François and Louis-Pierre each received a painting as a token of thanks for their outstanding service. Earlier that day, two Lévis office conference rooms were named after Roger and Louis-Pierre, in recognition of their exceptional contribution.
Among the Firm’s first 20 Quebec offices, the Lévis office is one of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s most outstanding.