Arriving in the 80s, Keith has called Fort McMurray home since. Starting out working for small business while attending Keyano College, Keith has spent almost 3 decades in the oil sands working for Contract Mining Companies in various capacities.
Over the years Keith has and continues to volunteer for community groups. Keith has served on the Community Health Council, Regional Roads Committee,Fort McMurray Housing Authority, Lions Club, Mc Murray Newfoundlanders Club. Giving back with time and finances is just the right thing to do. Keith is the President of the Friends of Miskanaw.
Keith Currently is serving his third term as Trustee with the Fort McMurray Catholic School District, Vice Chair. Keith served on the Alberta Catholic School Trustee Association and the finance committee of this provincial body. Keith has gained valuable experience in working with all levels of Government for a better tomorrow.
Keith was awarded the JD Hole Humanitarian award in July 2012. In 2013 Keith was awarded one of 38 Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal from the Canadian Construction Association.
As you may recall Keith's Bid in the June 2012 by election landed in a runner up finish. With your support and the years of experience serving public office Keith is ready to serve and be a voice on council that represents the working families in Ward 1.
Municipal council affects the lives of individuals more so that any other level of Government. When elected Keith will make a commitment to shaping bylaws, being fiscally responsible, working with all stakeholders and industry for a growth plan that reflects the needs and requirements to sustain our region as a whole in areas of transportation, reviewing recreational facilities, protective services, working with the non profit sector and faith groups, working closely with our seniors, working with the small business community to realize the commercial needs of the entire population.