CFHN

CFHN Board of Directors welcomes three new members.

Meet Darryl Demille, Bill Mann and Lisa Raitt.

Darryl Demille

Darryl Demille sits on the Fund Development Committee as a member of the Board of Directors for the Community Foundation of Halton North. Darryl is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and runs a successful insurance and financial services business in Oakville. Darryl has lived in Milton for over 30 years and coached hockey and baseball in town when his sons were young. Recently, he served three years on the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s Board of Directors after serving three years on the Halton/Peel grant Review Team. He is also active on several boards presently with a fundraising focus. Darryl resides in Campbellville.

Bill Mann

Bill has just recently retired after 40 years in the municipal planning and development sector, with the last 8 years of his distinguished career as Chief Administrative Officer for the Town of Milton. Starting his work with the Town in 1994, Bill has primarily been the individual responsible over the past 25 years for the development and implementation of the Town’s vision for growth. Bill possesses professional accreditations in Forestry, Landscape Architecture, Town Planning, and Municipal Management and Administration. Bill certainly has a unique personal background, as he has recently been installed as Supreme Grand Master of the Sovereign Great Priory – Knights Templar of Canada and is also a highly-respected Native Elder, as a member of the Mide’win – the Great Medicine Society.

Lisa Raitt

The Honourable Lisa Raitt represented Milton Ontario in the House of Commons from 2008 to 2019.  While in Government, Ms. Raitt served as Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, Minister of Labour and Minister of Transport. As part of the Official Opposition Ms. Raitt served as Finance Critic and Justice Critic and the Deputy Leader of the Official Opposition and the Conservative Party of Canada. In January 2020, Ms Raitt joined CIBC as Vice Chair Global Investment Banking.  Lisa has 2 teenage sons who are active in sports in Milton.  Lisa’s husband Bruce Wood was President and CEO of the Hamilton Port Authority until he retired in 2016 after being diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s. They take life day by day.

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