Len Gagne, President
Len Gagne was born and raised in St. Paul and with my wife and young daughter, they returned to this area 6 years ago, where he managed an automotive dealership. For the past 4 years, he has been working in the agriculture business. Len Gagne has served on the board since 2019.
Mike Proctor, Vice President
Mike is a retired RCMP officer since 2018, and was a staff sergeant with 41 years of services. Part of that time was managing a small to medium size detachment with various other community and RCMP related activities. Mike has been involved in numerous community organizations throughout his career. Mike Proctor has served on the board since 2019.
Ron Boisvert, Treasurer
Ron Boisvert rejoined the Board in 2016, having served from 2001 to 2004. Ron is a former town council member, having been elected 4 times, before taking on the role of Town C.A.O. Ron also served as chair of the CAP arena for 33 years.
Tony Tkachyk, Secretary
Tony presently resides on a farm west of St. Paul. He is a father of three children, one of them has been a S.P.A.N. client for 30 years. He started in the oil and gas industry, graduated SAIT with a diploma in Petroleum Technology in 1975. Tony has had a distinguished oil and gas career all the way until 2012, when he started farming full-time. Tony Tkachyk has served on the board since 2016.
Kelli Ouellette, Director
Kelli has had ties with St. Paul most of her life. Since she has moved back to St. Paul, she has primarily worked in the Banking Industry. Kelli and her husband are always looking to conquer a new project or adventure as well as keeping busy with two young kids. She helped with thet start-up of the St. Paul Gymnastics Club and acted as Head Coach for several years, as well as an Advisor to the Board. Kelli has joined St. Paul Abilities Networks Board in 2020.
Dan Bojarski, Director
Dan has been an active member in the community for many years. He sat on the St. Paul & District Chamber of Commerce and was the President of the Two Hills Chamber of Commerce. He has participated on two Provincial Boards as well as he was appointed to the Premiers Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities. Most recently he joined the Alberta Prevents Cancer pilot study in St. Paul and is also apart of the St. Paul Thrive Committee. Dan has joined St. Paul Abilities Networks Board in 2020.
Don Shultz, Director
Don has lived in Elk Point for many years and is a very active community member is both Elk Point & St. Paul. In his past he has sat on member committees including, Chairman for North East Alberta Persons with Disabilities Board of Directors, member of the Provincial Board of Directors for Persons with Disabilities, chairman of St. Paul & District Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls club and many more. He currently is the President of Elk Point Golf and Country club, Member at a large Regional Assessment Review Board, member at a large Regional Development Appeal Board, is a part time guard at the Elk Point RCMP detachment and joined St. Paul Abilities Network Board in 2020.
Simone Mulkay, Director
Simone is a lawyer practicing in St. Paul since 2018. She returned home to St. Paul after attending Grant MacEwan University where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree and then travelling across Canada to attend Law School at Dalhousie University in Halifax where she obtained her law degree in 2016.
Prior to joining the St. Paul Abilities Network Simone was involved with a not-for profit organization which supports families and children by facilitating and providing programs to enhance the well being and development of children. Simone joined the St. Paul Abilities Network Board in 2021.
Wendell Reimer, Director
Wendell is a Chief Superintendent in the RCMP and is the District Officer responsible for
Eastern District which consists of Ft. MacMurray in the north to Consort in the south, encompassing 26 Detachments. He resides in St. Paul where the District Office is located. Wendell has experience in general duty policing, undercover work, as a polygraph operator, as a Detachment Commander, in charge of a proceeds of crime unit, and in a district role. He has 10 years experience sitting on a governing board, and serves on a number of boards within the RCMP. He also has experience managing large budgets.