Jody Bougerolle Brisebois

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Jody Brisebois

Jody Bougerolle (Brisebois)
Miss Rodeo Canada 1997

Ever since she can remember, Jody Bourgerolle's dream was to become a rodeo queen. On July 1, 1996, she was crowned Miss Ponoka Stampede. With this title, and all the support of her committee, town, family and friends, she pursued yet another dream: Miss Rodeo Canada. Jody was crowned queen on November 8, 1996.

Jody was born in Pincher Creek, Alberta and spent her pre-school years around that area, where her mother an father owned and operated both a western store and a road construction company. Later, the family migrated north, and all continued to actively compete in rodeo.

With a father who is a past professional bull rider and calf roper, a sister who is a barrel racer and two brothers who rode steers and now calf rope and ride saddle bronc, Jody was destined to follow in their footsteps and ride the rodeo trail. Starting out as a mutton buster and a barrel racer on the "old" rope horse, Jody got her own barrel horse when she was ten. After four years of high school rodeo, she now has a new horse named "Killer," and you can bet that after her reign, they will be on the trail again.

She has completed her first year of business administration at Red Deer College, and hopes to become a certified managerial accountant.

Jody believes there is no higher honour she could achieve than the title of Miss Rodeo Canada 1997. Being able to represent the sport she loves and helping western heritage stay alive, while being around friends and family, is a dream come true.



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Jody BriseboisSince Miss Rodeo Canada in 1997, Jody's time has been spent studying for a CGA, and working in the accounting profession. In 2005, Jody relocated to the Edson area to work full-time as a Project accountant for Flint Energy Services Ltd. it was also at this time that she was engaged to Jason Brisebois, and they were married in June 2006. Jody, Jason and their six year old daughter Montana live on a an acreage near Peers. It will be exciting to have three generations of the Bougerolle family competing together, as her Dad Earl at 61 is still actively roping at a competitive level, and the horse hunt is on to find a suitable mount for Montana to barrel race.

Jody would like to express her sincere appreciation for those who support breast cancer. The support hits home. Breast cancer has become very prevalent in her life. I miss my Mom Audi Bougerolle daily, and do all I can to join in the fight against this disease. I am honoured to say that my family is tough enough to wear pink, as my Dad walked me down the aisle in a pink Wrangler shirt, and my brothers walked flowers down the aisle in memory of my mom wearing the same. Every dollar that we as a rodeo community can raise for this cause, is another dollar in the battle. From our family to yours, "Thank you."




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