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Luke is seeking his 5th term on Kelowna City Council. Through his many years of service Luke brings experience to the Council.
For the last 33 years Luke worked in the non-profit housing sector in the Central Okanagan retiring in 2022. Luke and his wife Anne’s motivation to assist single parents in need of affordable housing was the catalyst for the inception of a housing society called the Society of Hope. Its Mission is to build and operate quality affordable housing. This Society has realized significant growth in affordable, short term, family and senior’s housing. The Society portfolio now includes 700 units.
• Luke was first elected to Kelowna City Council in 2008, re-elected in 2011; re-elected in 2014, and re-elected in 2018.
• He has served as a Hospital Trustee, a Church Elder, and a Commissioner on the City of Kelowna Advisory Planning Commission.
• Luke has been a Director of the Downtown Kelowna Association; Director Kasugai Sister City Association, and Director of the Central Okanagan Regional District.
• Founding Director of the BC Non-profit Housing Association.
Luke has a strong interest in downtown redevelopment, promoting attainable housing and creating a healthy, safe, inclusive community.
Luke and his wife Anne were both born in Calgary, Alberta. After Luke completed university in 1980 (U of C Bachelor of Commerce) they settled, by lifestyle choice, in the Kelowna area. Luke and Anne have three adult children Joel, Laura, and Heather and four very nice grandchildren. Luke took up Pickleball in 2017 has been enjoying this fast-growing sport.
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