Paul M. Levesque
Paul M. Levesque earned a BA in 1957 from Loyola College, one of Concordia’s founding institutions, and skied for its varsity team. He competed for the Canadian bobsled team that captured gold at the 1962 Commonwealth Games and Netherlands Cup in St. Moritz, Switzerland, and four international-competition golds over the next four years. Paul fielded, coached (women and men) and slid for Canada’s inaugural Olympic luge teams at the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, France.
He received the Canadian Centennial Medal from the Governor General of Canada in 1967 and the John F. Kennedy Sports Memorial Medal from the United States Amateur Athletic Union the following year. He was inducted into the Concordia University Sports Hall of Fame in 1983.
Paul was recruited by Wall Street 40 years ago and is currently Senior Advisor to the international investment banking firm Coady Diemar Partners. In 1977, he launched and remains Chairman of the prestigious Canadian Association of New York’s Annual Hockey Achievement Award Dinner and is a founding member of the CUAA’s Tri-State Chapter.