Mary Anne Haney
Mary Anne is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University and of the University of Western Ontario Law School. For over 30 years, Mary Anne has practiced in the areas of wills and estates, real estate and corporate law. She is experienced in estate planning and assists her clients in preparing wills, power of attorneys and trustees as well as advising executors and trusts concerning administration of estates.

In her real estate practice, Mary Anne has focused on assisting real estate developers, builders and individual home owners in residential real estate transactions. In addition, Mary Anne deals with corporate clients in connection with incorporating companies, re-organizations, asset sales and purchases and share transfers.

John J. Kendall
John graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in 1977 and then attended the University of Western Ontario where he graduated from the joint MBA LLB program in 1982. He has practiced law in Waterloo since 1984. In 1989 he joined Reginald Haney and Mary Anne Haney in a new practice and has since been involved in real estate, small business (corporate), wills and estate administration matters.

John lectured for a number of years in both the undergraduate business and MBA programs at Wilfrid Laurier University. He has served on a number boards of directors of non-profit and other organizations, including the Region of Waterloo Swim Club, Elmira and Woolwich Chamber of Commerce and Woolwich Community Services. John is also a member of the Elmira Kiwanis Club.

Alana Aird
Alana completed joint articles with Haney, Haney & Kendall and Melville, Krotz Lawyers, and joined Haney, Haney & Kendall as an associate following her call to the Ontario Bar in 2018. Alana graduated with B.A. Honours, Political Science, from the University of Guelph in 2013 and then received her J.D. from Western University, where she graduated in 2017. During her time at Western, Alana was a Program Manager of the Sport Solution Clinic, where she assisted Canadian Olympic and National Team athletes navigate sport-related legal issues such as team selection, funding, and athlete-National Sport Organization contract disputes. Alana also volunteered for the Canadian Environmental Law Association through Pro Bono Students Canada, conducting legal research and writing educational manuals on health hazards in rental housing conditions for low-income individuals and families in urban and rural communities.

Alana is a proud member of the Waterloo Region Law Association.

Reginald A. Haney (Deceased)
Reg was called to the Ontario Bar in 1955. His areas of practice included Business Law, Real Estate Law, Wills and Administration of Estates as well as a variety of legal services for Post Secondary Education Institutions.

A past President of the Waterloo Law Association and a life member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Reg has served on numerous boards in both the for profit and not for profit sectors. He was named a Queen's Counsel in 1967 and holds degrees from the University of Western Ontario, Wilfrid Laurier University, York University and Osgood Hall. He was also granted an honorary Doctorate of Laws Degree from the University of Waterloo.

Obituary of Reginald Haney

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