Board of Directors

Carrie Fox, Chairperson

Our family moved to Two Hills in July of 1999.  It was FCSS programs, Moms and Tots and Meals on Wheels, that lead to my community involvement.  From there my volunteerism sprang to life!  I spent eight years on the Alice Melnyk Library Board, andMy Project 14-001 presently I am Chairperson for the Two Hills Parent Council Committee, the North East Early Childhood Education Council, as well as FCSS board.  In my professional life, I work full time at Two Hills School, having just completed a Masters in Education Degree.

 

 

 

 

 

Pat Gordeyko, Vice-Chair

Bruce Gray, Town of Two Hills Representative

My wife Debbie and I, have lived in Two Hills for the past 10 years.  We have three children and 7 grandchildren.  I worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway in the area since 1978 and am now retired after 33 years of service.  This is my seconphotod term on the Two Hills Town Council.  I also serve on several committees, Landfill Commission, Airport Committee, Tourism and the FCSS.

In my spare time I enjoys, hunting, fishing and quading.  i was raised in Vermilion so knows the benefits of living in small town Alberta.  I love Two Hills, and believe that it is a small town with a big future.

 

 

 

 

Donna Rudolf, Village of Myrnam Representative

I am a retired school teacher.  Most of my career involved teaching Drama, English and French.  I am currently a Village of Myrnam town councilor.  I have lived in Myrnam for over 30 years and have been actively involved in numerous clubs and organizations.  I have two adult children and a drama queen dog.  I’m an avid reader who loves gardening.  I do quite a bit of substitute teaching and thoroughly enjoy working with young people.  This is my first term sitting on the FCSS board, I’m looking forward to this new experience as I believe the services offered by FCSS are invaluable in every community.

 

Marie Zwozdesky,  Village of Willingdon Representative

I retired from my position as cook in a Seniors Lodge in 2003.  In 2005 I moved to Willingdon, I’m very happy I chose to do so as country life is far nicer than urban.  I still love to cook, enjoy gardening, reading and of course volunteering.  marieI am involved with our Seniors Club in many capacities and am also on village council.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margaret Gorsline, Community Member at Large

I have been married to Gary for 57 1/2 years and are long time residents of Two Hills.  We were blessed with three daughters and four grandchildren.  We are both very active members of the Two Hills United Church and I as well of the United Church Women.  I have been a member of the FCSS Board for 28 years and was Chair for a total of 12 years.  I am also an active member of the Two Hills Health Care Centre LadMarg-001ies Auxiliary and the Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ethel Albrecht, Community Member at Large

I was born in Cornwall, Ontario and grew up on a farm in Ontario.  After high school I took a business course, and after graduating from there worked as a bookkeeper in a Beaver Lumber office in Cornwall.  I married in 1953 and moved out to Fox Valley, Saskatchewan where I farmed along with my husband Philip.  In 1967 we moved to Castor, Alberta where we farmed, and then later that year moved to Two Hills where we still reside on a farm just outside of Two Hills.  We have 4 children, 6 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.  I worked as an admitting clerk at the Two Hills Hospital for 15 years and retired in 1993.  Outside of that I was secretary-treasurer of the Morcambe REA for 30 years until they sold the REA to Atco Electric in the year of 2001.  I have served on the Two Hills FCSS board as a director since 1998.  I am also the treasurer of the Two Hills United Church since 1985, treasurer of the Two Hills Senior Centre since 1993, treasurer of the Two Hills Swimming Pool since 1995, member of the Two Hills Hospital Auxiliary, and active in the Two Hills Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion, serving in different positions since 1972 and president of this organization for a good portion of this time.  As a result help in a lot of different ways doing volunteer work wherever and whenever I can.  For recreation I like curling, cross county skiing, golf, swimming, fishing and gardening.