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Sample Sidebar Module

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Gordon Walker

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Gordon WalkerGordon Walker resides with his wife in Richmond and works here too as the Senior Vice President of Development for a real estate development, investment and management company, which itself has been based in Richmond for over 50 years.

Gordon’s wife’s family have deep roots in the community, immigrating to Canada in the early ‘70s and making Richmond their new home. Gordon first moved to Richmond in 1979 and although work has taken him and his family at times to other Lower Mainland locations, Richmond was always their home base. Two of Gordon’s three children were born at the Richmond Hospital. Gordon has observed the community’s evolution and change from a ‘bedroom community’ to a full and vibrant, diverse and multicultural city – change in the City Centre which includes the Minoru Civic Precinct….Gordon’s wedding reception was held many years ago at the Minoru Sports Pavilion.

Gordon is a member of the Richmond Christmas Fund and Richmond Chamber of Commerce, supporter of Richmond Hospital Foundation and has participated in fundraising events for organizations including Balding for Dollars, BC Children’s Hospital and BCCCPA.

Having not seen a path to get involved in local government in the past, Gordon is an example of one of the ‘new participants’, drawn to RCCA because of the open, transparent and inclusive nature of the Coalition and its commitment to build a better community. As one of the founding members of the Richmond Community Coalition Association, Gordon looks forward to the challenge of engaging others like him to participate more in civic government and the issues facing our community that need to be broadly communicated, openly discussed and equitably resolved for the benefit of all who live here.

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