Marlene is a native Calgarian and has been a member of Confederation Park 55+ for three years.

She has worked at three different companies doing Accounts Payable and Payroll.  Marlene has volunteered on three  boards; her church board, Jaycees & Square Dancing.

Her hobbies are cribbage, handicrafts and Square Dancing.



Sharon has enjoyed being a  member of  Confederation Park for several years including taking part in classes such as Tai Chi and Pickleball. She has enjoyed volunteering, mostly in the kitchen for special events or lunches, and most recently, screening for COVID protocols. This has given her the opportunity to get to know members and to see how important the activities offered by our Centre are to members. 

Sharon's most relevant work experience was 30 years in property management specializing in  Condominium Management. Sharon is happy to share that experience of working with boards, owners, trades, Government Regulators with Confederation Park, especially at this most important time of transition. 



Lynda dedicated 27 years to a career in education with the Calgary Board of Education.  As a teacher, principal, and Director of Educational Services, she valued building relationships and worked to upgrade public school libraries. Since leaving the CBE in 2006, she has been the Chair of the Marigold Library System, a cooperative network of libraries, retiring this year. 

In addition, she was Chair of Making Changes and the program The Walk in Closet, a service that provided women in need with clothing suitable for going into the workforce.  Lynda’s belief in the power of education has extended into Mexico where she has been instrumental in fundraising for schools in the small town of Barron near Mazatlan.



I have been a member of the Confederation Park Seniors since 2009. Having been invloved in other not for profit organizations, I enjoy the processes invloved. I have been a board member here for many years, holding various positions. As a non board member for the past year, I have continued to be invloved in several committees. I am very interested to see how the Centre proceeds in the next few years.



Born and educated in Manitoba, Neil has lived and worked in Alberta ever since.

He has worked for many years in senior management roles in both the for profit and non-profit sectors, in the construction engineering industry. 

While new to the Board of this organization, Neil is a Board member of two other organizations, which complement his passion for golf and mentoring students in pursuit of their post secondary education. 

Neil believes in the motto “service above self”, and looks forward to assisting The Confederation Park 55+ Activity Centre Board and staff, in working with members, the Community and the various levels of Government to fulfil our Mission. 

 In addition to Neil’s formal business and accounting education, supplementary learning has been in the areas of leadership, Board Governance and risk management.

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