Tim Carter

CANDIDATE BIO: Tim Carter (School board)

Submitted bio for Tim Carter.

My name is Tim Carter and I am running for School Board Trustee.

I was raised and schooled in North Vancouver B.C. I then moved to Kitimat in 1970 and have resided here since. I am married and have three step children and five step-grand children who are at various stages of schooling. I worked for Alcan, starting in the potrooms, and worked my way up into the Accounting Dept. I spent many years doing budgets, both Operating and Capital, as well as monthly reporting to management, both local and head office. I retired in 2002. I believe in serving the Community that has been my home, by volunteering my time and knowledge.

I volunteered with the Food Bank for five years as treasurer. I computerized their accounting system. I negotiated their lease in the mall. I am in my third four-year term volunteering with the Advisory Planning Commission, being appointed by Mayor and Council. For one year I served as Chairperson.

I am very proud to live and work in Kitimat, and will continue my retirement here.

Tim Carter

 

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