The Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park Association’s

Annual General Meeting will be held on

Saturday March 24th, 2018 at 2 pm

at Filberg Lodge, 61 Filberg Road, Comox BC.


 Coffee and Tea will be available. Election of Board of Directors will be held.
All members are encouraged to attend
(you must be a 2018 member in good standing to vote at the AGM)

Election of Board Directors

Directors Standing For Re-election

Tom Blackburn – Tom is a retired public school educator who spent over 25 years in school administration. His educational background includes post graduate work in educational leadership and alternate education programs as well as training with IBM in electronic meeting facilitation. He has sat on Boards in the Comox Valley and the Okanagan, and has operated a small business in the Valley. When not sailing and skiing, he enjoys reading, woodworking and tinkering with old cars.

Kevin Moore – Kevin has lived and worked in Comox for over 20 years. He currently manages his own greenhouse business. With his background in horticulture and love of nature, the Filberg is a natural fit for him.

Nominees for Vacant Seats

Peter Arnold – Peter recently move to Comox with his wife, Lauren Tinley. Recently retired from ATB Securities Inc., where he spent the last nine years as a Senior Financial Advisor in Vegrevile, Alberta. Despite an active role volunteering including the Kitty Cat P.A.L.S. and Comox Valley Peer Support, Peter decided he was not busy enough, so recently joined CIBC as a Mobile Investment Consultant. His other interests include: stock markets, folk guitar and vocal, tennis, bicycling, and getting out in our fantastic valley enjoying nature. His favourite TV show is Doctor Who, favourite song is Nella Fantasia, and favourite saying ” I take complete responsibility for my actions, and so should you.”

Norma Dean: Norma is a retired Federal Civil Servant with over 20 years of experience in Management and program administration. She has lived in Comox for 10 years and has been an active volunteer at the Filberg Lodge since 2009. Her interests lie in promoting the appreciation for, and the preservation of, the historical value of buildings, household articles, arts and crafts.

Audrey Craig: Audrey’s roots go deep in the Comox Valley as her great grandfather homesteaded to Comox in 1885. Audrey developed a strong sense of devotion to volunteering at an early age and is a Past President of the Courtenay Rotary Club, Comox Valley Community Foundation and the Comox Valley Hospice Society.  In addition, she was committed to the Girl Guides of Canada in various adult roles for over 25 years.  These experiences give her a deep appreciation for how non-profits seek to improve the quality of life for the Comox Valley; one program at a time.  Professionally she has been the Director of Human Resources for a local multi branch insurance brokerage for over 40 years.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, travelling, cooking and reading.

Allan Morrison: A former director with FHLPA between the fall of 2013 and March 2017, Allan was the Director responsible for restoration and maintenance in the Park.  As a career life-time builder and contractor, he oversaw the some of the major restorations of the Lodge and acted as project manager for the construction of the Comox Rotary Stage.  Allan was a teacher in SD 71, and an Apprenticeship Instructor of Trades at VIU.  He holds the Canadian Securities designation, and have been investment manager of the Comox Valley Community Foundation.  He is an active volunteer with Care-A-Van mobile medical unit.

Peter Crawford: Peter has been a resident of the Town of Comox for over 38 years. His career as a land use planner in local and regional governments spanned over 40 years and included working on complex building and development matters. He appreciates and values the importance the Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park has not only to the Town of Comox but also the Comox Valley and beyond. Peter would like to continue the dedication of the past and present Board Directors, and asks for your support to enable him to provide his professional experience towards the future management and operation of this treasure in the Town of Comox.