After leaving WCHS I gained a trade certificate from NAIT while working for Mack Truck Sales in Edmonton. I went to Alberta Research Council in 1974 and found my niche in purchasing and logistics. In 1980, I travelled to Japan, through south east Asia and on to Australia for a working holiday. On Fossil Downs cattle station in the remote north west I built fences and rode shotgun on a helicopter to cull wild donkeys. Moving on to the Northern Territory, I met my (future) wife, a British backpacker who had got off a prawn trawler. We continued travelling together across the country and decided to call Australia home. We settled in Melbourne where I was employed by Kenworth Paccar as a Production Materials Buyer. In 1989 we moved to Perth, Western Australia, a stunningly beautiful city on the Indian Ocean. I progressed my career in supply chain management working in the heavy engineering, oil and gas and mining industries. As a Production Planner for Citic Pacific Mining I helped build the largest magnetite iron ore mine in the southern hemisphere.
Upon graduation in the "Summer of '69" I started full time employment at the Wetaskiwin Times after working part time for several years. During my time there I learned all facets of the extremely interesting newspaper industry.
In 1979 Roger Vold gave me the opportunity to become the Managing Editor of the News-Advertiser. After about a year at that position I realized that my true calling was on the sales side of the newspaper. We had a lot of fun at that paper and we were very involved with the community.
Bowes Publishers bought the Times in 1985 and a year later they purchased the News-Advertiser and combined the two papers into the Times Advertiser. I immediately became the Sales Manager and in January 1987 the Publisher. During my time there, the paper and the great team of people we had, won numerous awards for creativity in advertising and news coverage.
After nine years in that position I accepted the role of Associate Publisher and Advertising Manager at the flagship Bowes newspaper in Grande Prairie, the Daily Herald-Tribune. In July 1996, after 33 years in Wetaskiwin, I pulled up stakes and moved with my wife Judy, daughter Kendra and two cats to the "Great White North". I spent a further 14 years in the newspaper industry. Bowes Publishers was a fantastic company to work for.
In 2010 after becoming disallusioned with various ownership changes I quit the business which I truly loved. I "retired" for two months and went stir crazy. I came upon a job that seemed perfect for me, selling promotional items. Throughout my newspaper career I was known as the "Idea Guy" and during that time I created numerous special sections and designed a number of promotional items. In December 2010 I started at Sportswear Plus where I am still employed.
I completed grade 11 at Wetaskiwin Composite High School and although I didn't graduate there, most of my primary education was gained within the County of Wetaskiwin. I actually graduated High School in Lacombe Alberta in 1965. I then attended NAIT in Edmonton and graduated with a diploma in Telecommunications Engineering Technology in 1968.
In 1968 I went to work for Bell Canada in Montreal and then Ottawa. I met my wife, Lili, at Bell Canada and 1969 we were married. We had our first child, a daughter Katherine in Ottawa in 1972. In 1974 I moved to Sherwood Park, Alberta with my family and started work with the then AGT and later Telus. In 1974 our son Arie (Jr.) was born in Edmonton. He was followed by our second daughter, Jennifer in 1977. In 1977 we built a new home for our family on an acreage east of Sherwood Park. In 1978 we were seconded by Telus to the TransCanada Telephone System (later renamed to Stentor) for 2 years. In 1980 we returned to Sherwood Park. Over the next several years I was seconded to Stentor twice more. In 1986 I was transferred to Calgary where I managed the telecommunications infrastructure build for the 1988 Winter Olympics. Over the next several years I traveled extensively in a consulting capacity with Telus's International Division. In 1995 I graduated from Athabasca University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. In 1998 I received a diploma in Project Management from the University of Alberta and became an accredited Professional Project Manger with the Project Management Institute. In 2001 I received a Master's Certificate in Project Management from The George Washington University. from 1998 to 2002 I managed the Telus TV field trial and then the Telus network build into Eastern Canada. I took early retirement from Telus in 2002. In 2002 we moved back to Sherwood Park where I worked as a Realtor for 2 years. in 2004 we moved to Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island where I continued to work as a Realtor. In 2010 we moved ro Calgary to be near our grand children. I continued working as a Realtor until 2015.
Lili and I have been married for 48 years. We have 5 grand children, 3 boys and 2 girls. We have traveled extensively in Canada, the USA, parts of Europe, Cuba, Mexico and enjoyed 2 trips to China. We hope to be able to continue traveling and enjoying the world for many years to come.
James Stuart was born at the City of Westminister, London, England in 1860 and died at Calgary, Alberta in 1949. He married Grace MacMillan Forgan at Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A. in 1891. Grace was born at Bo'ness, Scotland in 1867 and died at Calgary, Alberta in 1971. They had three sons. Mr. Mackie was a gunmaker. He opened a gun and sporting goods store, which carried a variety of goods. He was a builder of the Mackie Block and Lancaster Building on Stephen Avenue (8th Avenue) in Calgary. James was a City of Calgary Alderman 1894-96 and 1898-99 and Calgary Mayor in 1901-02. At Calgary in 1886.
Dr. McDonald was born in 1863 at Aberdeen, Scotland and died in 1933 at Calgary, Alberta. He was married at Charlottetown, P.E.I. on December 5, 1895, to Mary Alice Macleod, who was born at Charlottetown in 1864 and died at Calgary in 1929. They had two children, Flora and Norma. George came to Canada at six years of age, received his education at Montreal, Quebec and Renfrew, Ontario. He had various types of employment before going to McGill University, where he received his degree in Medicine. In 1889 he was a surgeon on the Calgary-Edmonton C.N.R. line, He set up an extensive practice in 1895 and then worked in the City Health Office in Calgary for 11 years. Was originally list under McDonald
Bob and I were divorced and my young sons and I moved north to Peace River as I began my career as a Municipal Administrator. I met my husband Dale Huberdeau, who was the Forest Protection Officer with the Alberta Forest Service in High Level in 1985 and the boys and I moved yet again, where I accepted the position of Assistant Manager in the rural Improvement District. I was proud to be the first woman Manager of an Improvement District in Alberta, with the Department of Municipal Affairs, when I moved to Spirit River in 1991. The Department transferred me to Fort McMurray in 1994 as the Manager of the rural Improvement District, in order to amalgamate the rural area with the City of Fort McMurray to form the first Regional Municipality in Alberta – the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, in 1995. As Dale was about to retire in 1999, we moved to Lac La Biche, where I accepted the position of Town Manager. Unfortunately, Dale passed away suddenly, a week before he was to retire from the Alberta Forest Service.
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George was born in Dundas County, Ontario in 1870 and died at Calgary, Alberta in 1935. In 1913 at Calgary, he was married to Davina Morton, who was born in Dundee, Scotland in 1884. There were three children in the family. George came to the Chestermere Lake area in the spring of 1890, where he homesteaded the NE 1/4-26-24-28-W4th. In 1909 he bought the remainder of Section 26 and a section in the Delacour district. In 1911 he acquired Section 35 and in 1935 bought two and one-half sections north east of Cochrane, Alberta. George was active in the community's affairs. Mrs. McElroy was well known as a pianist and singer.
Young, who has lived in Chestermere all her life, says this sort of effort is not unexpected from residents. Despite its growing population, Chestermere has retained the smalltown, community feel it became popular for. Everyone knows everyone, and when tragedy strikes, everyone is there to lend a hand.