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August 1, 2018

It is with mixed feelings that we announce the retirement of one of our longest serving employees, Steve Gamblin, as of July 31, 2018.

Steve has, for the last few years, been NAFA’s Vice President of Canadian Wild Fur and the Senior Manager of our Toronto Technical Operations department. However, after a long career with NAFA that spans more than 36 years, Steve has decided that the time has come to dedicate his time to family and personal interests.

Over his many years of service, Steve has been instrumental in building NAFA’s wild fur business. He has been both an important mentor to many staff and a leader in the Company.

Steve’s vast knowledge and experience and significant contributions to NAFA will, no doubt, be missed and his achievements will not be forgotten.


At the same time, we are pleased to announce that effective August 1, 2018, Jeff Guillemette has been promoted to the position of Trapper Relations Manager, CanadianWild Fur Operations.

Jeff will take on the responsibilities and leadership duties of liaison with Provincial Trapping Associations and NAFA customers. In his new role, Jeff will be responsible for managing, coordinating and monitoring all trapper related activities, particularly in Eastern Canada.

We are also pleased to announce that Joshua Molina has been promoted to the position of Wild Fur Operations Manager, Toronto effective August 1, 2018.

Joshua will be responsible for managing, coordinating and monitoring all activities in Toronto related to the wild fur product movement.


In their new roles, both Joshua and Jeff will also be responsible for the management of all wild fur articles and assortments to ensure that they are properly staffed and efficiently maintained.


Please join us in wishing Steve a long and healthy retirement and congratulating Jeff and Joshua on their promotions and expanded leadership roles.