Town Council

 

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Mayor David Dunphy
Chair – Sustainability Committee
Chair – Infrastructure Committee

Email – ddunphy@townofstratford.ca
Phone 902-370-1995

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Deputy Mayor Randy Cooper, Ward 3, Tea Hill
Chair – Finance and Technology Committee
Chair – Human Resources Committee
Vice-Chair – Infrastructure Committee
Member – Planning Development and Heritage

Email – rcooper@townofstratford.ca
Phone 902-569-2514

Randy Cooper was born and raised in Belfast, P.E.I.. Randy attended Montague Regional High School and Holland College.  Randy has worked in the family retail business in Cooper’s Red & White store in Belfast, with the Town & Country Aquatics Plus in Montague, with Daniel R. Ross Inc. in Belfast and as a Sales Representative with Reddin Equipment here in Stratford. Randy has since worked with Atlantic CAT and is currently President of BRADMAX Inc., a Property Management and Property Development Company located in Charlottetown.

Randy is a member of St. Andrew’s United Church and is an active volunteer of with Stratford Minor Baseball and the Pownal Minor Hockey Association. Randy is a long time resident of Stratford where he is married to Beth Smith Cooper, they have 2 children, Alycia and Dylan.

 


 

5x7 Gail-MacDonald-webCouncillor Gail MacDonald, Ward 1, Kelly’s Cove
Chair – Recreation, Culture and Events Committee
Chair – Seniors Complex Management Committee
Vice-Chair – Planning Committee
Member – Human Resources

Email – gmacdonald@townofstratford.ca

Phone 902-569-3521

Councillor Gail MacDonald has lived in Stratford since 1979 with her husband Raymond (Bud) MacDonald. They have 4 adult children Erin, Amy, Ryan and Curtis and 5 wonderful grandchildren Parker, Noah, Tommy, Cam and Ari.

After graduating from Holland College with a Journalism certificate, she worked as a news reporter for the Guardian newspaper and CFCY radio before joining the ranks of the Charlottetown Police Services as one of their new civilian dispatchers. During amalgamation of the surrounding communities, she was promoted to Telecommunications Coordinator/Records Supervisor, a position she held until her retirement. The advent of the 911 service to PEI was a major project she was involved in from its beginning. A couple of highlights of her career were being one of the organizers for the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Conference held in Charlottetown and being the Volunteer Screening Coordinator for the 2009 Canada Summer Games. She was published in two magazines on articles related to the policing community during her career.

She enjoys photography and spending summers at an Island campground with family and friends.

 


 

5x7Keith_3WM2139-webCouncillor Keith MacLean, Ward 1, Kelly’s Cove

Chair – Planning Committee
Vice-Chair – Finance and Technology Committee
Vice-Chair – Sustainability Committee
Member – Human Resources

Email – kmaclean@townofstratford.ca

Phone 902-367-9578

Councillor Keith MacLean has been happy to call Stratford home since moving back to PEI from Japan. He and his wife Maki feel there would be few places better to raise there three daughters; Hannah Faye, Maia and Kiona. Keith got started early in business and has owned and sold three small businesses. He is now a realtor with ReMax in Charlottetown.

Keith likes to stay busy and has been past President of the Rotary Club of Stratford, has a bachelor degree in psychology, MBA, authored the book Procrastination Elimination, travelled to more than a dozen countries and in 1998 inline skated coast to coast across Canada. He is happy to be on this newest venture as Stratford Town Councillor.

 


 

5x7 Steve-Ogden-webCouncillor Steve Ogden, Ward 2, Stewart Cove
Chair – Accountability and Engagement Committee
Vice-Chair – Safety Services Committee
Vice-Chair – Recreation, Culture and Events Committee
Member – Human Resources

Email – sogden@townofstratford.ca
Phone 902-569- 3377

Steve has been a Stratford resident since 1984.  He lives in Beacon Hill with his wife Peggy, two of their three boys, Michael and Scott. His third son, Tom volunteers with the Town but lives in Stanhope.

Prior to amalgamation in 1995, Steve was a member of the Keppoch-Kinlock Council (1986 to 1995). Before being elected to Town of Stratford Council, he was a member of the Town’s Police Committee, Safety Services Committee, Utility Board and Finance Committee.

Steve has been a volunteer in all levels of the Scouting movement, as well as with minor baseball and minor hockey. Involvement with community activities is very important to Steve, second only to his family.  He retired in 2010 after a 36-year career with the federal Government.

 


 

Councillor Jody Jackson, Ward 2, Stewart Cove
Chair – Sustainability Committee
Vice-Chair – Recreation, Culture and Events Committee
Member – Human Resources

Email – jjackson@townofstratford.ca
Phone 902-569- 3377

As a resident of the Stratford area for over 35 years, Councillor Jody Jackson has been deeply involved in the local sporting community as an athlete, coach and marketing coordinator in the sport of curling; he also played baseball for several years in the Stratford Minor Baseball Program. Jody is an avid motorcyclist, taking part in numerous charity events each year, and is co-founder of PEI Ride for Autism – a fundraiser in support of the Autism Society of PEI.

For the past nine years, Jody has been employed by the Workers Compensation Board of PEI, including the last seven years as a member of the Senior Leadership Team.  He graduated with his Bachelor of Integrated Studies (Business) degree from the University of Prince Edward Island in May of 2017. Jody also obtained a Business Certificate from UPEI in 2015 and received his Business Administration Diploma (Honours) from Academy of Learning in 2008. In addition to his formal education, Jody has received extensive training in board governance, strategic planning, policy development, risk management, financial stewardship, and stakeholder consultation through his work with WCB PEI. Jody was also recently appointed as Chair of the Joint Occupational Safety and Health (JOSH) Committee at the Workers Compensation Board of PEI.

Jody is an active volunteer in his community through participation in initiatives such as tax preparation programs for seniors, “Learn to Curl” sessions for adults and youth, advocacy for families of children with disabilities, and coordination of local sporting events and leagues. Councillor Jackson resides in Stratford with his wife Jillian and seven year old son Dylan.

 


 

5x7Gary Clow_1834-webCouncillor Gary Clow, Ward 3, Tea Hill
Chair – Safety Services Committee
Vice-Chair – Human Resources Committee
Vice-Chair – Accountability and Engagement Committee
Vice-Chair – Human Resources

Email – gclow@townofstratford.ca
Phone 902-569-3945

Councillor Gary Clow was a career police officer for 30 years in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Councillor Clow and his wife Eileen have two children, a son, Kevin and a daughter, Natalie. Their children are both married and are raising their families in western Canada. Councillor Clow and his wife have lived in Stratford since 1995. Councillor Clow has coached Minor Hockey in the past and has a great interest in the youth of the community. Councillor Clow participated in various school programs in the elementary and junior high schools. He also served on the Hillsboro Park Community Council from 1976-1984. Councillor Clow is a member of the Knights of Columbus; past board member of Pownal House; past president and Director – Police Association of Nova Scotia. He is currently a police advisor for Crimestoppers, and a board member of the Canadian Mental Health Association. Councillor Clow also sat on numerous committees which included Crimestoppers; Crime Prevention; PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada; Youth Justice Committee; PEP Committee; the Charlottetown Santa Claus Parade Committee; Seniors Active Living Committee; Operation ID Committee and Education for Impaired Drivers Committee among others.  Councillor Clow volunteers at the Upper Room Food Ministry.


 

Town Council

 

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Mayor David Dunphy
Chair – Sustainability Committee
Chair – Infrastructure Committee

Email – ddunphy@townofstratford.ca
Phone 902-370-1995

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

5x7Randy-Cooper-1909-web

Deputy Mayor Randy Cooper, Ward 3, Tea Hill
Chair – Finance and Technology Committee
Chair – Human Resources Committee
Vice-Chair – Infrastructure Committee
Member – Planning Development and Heritage

Email – rcooper@townofstratford.ca
Phone 902-569-2514

Randy Cooper was born and raised in Belfast, P.E.I.. Randy attended Montague Regional High School and Holland College.  Randy has worked in the family retail business in Cooper’s Red & White store in Belfast, with the Town & Country Aquatics Plus in Montague, with Daniel R. Ross Inc. in Belfast and as a Sales Representative with Reddin Equipment here in Stratford. Randy has since worked with Atlantic CAT and is currently President of BRADMAX Inc., a Property Management and Property Development Company located in Charlottetown.

Randy is a member of St. Andrew’s United Church and is an active volunteer of with Stratford Minor Baseball and the Pownal Minor Hockey Association. Randy is a long time resident of Stratford where he is married to Beth Smith Cooper, they have 2 children, Alycia and Dylan.

 


 

5x7 Gail-MacDonald-webCouncillor Gail MacDonald, Ward 1, Kelly’s Cove
Chair – Recreation, Culture and Events Committee
Chair – Seniors Complex Management Committee
Vice-Chair – Planning Committee
Member – Human Resources

Email – gmacdonald@townofstratford.ca

Phone 902-569-3521

Councillor Gail MacDonald has lived in Stratford since 1979 with her husband Raymond (Bud) MacDonald. They have 4 adult children Erin, Amy, Ryan and Curtis and 5 wonderful grandchildren Parker, Noah, Tommy, Cam and Ari.

After graduating from Holland College with a Journalism certificate, she worked as a news reporter for the Guardian newspaper and CFCY radio before joining the ranks of the Charlottetown Police Services as one of their new civilian dispatchers. During amalgamation of the surrounding communities, she was promoted to Telecommunications Coordinator/Records Supervisor, a position she held until her retirement. The advent of the 911 service to PEI was a major project she was involved in from its beginning. A couple of highlights of her career were being one of the organizers for the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Conference held in Charlottetown and being the Volunteer Screening Coordinator for the 2009 Canada Summer Games. She was published in two magazines on articles related to the policing community during her career.

She enjoys photography and spending summers at an Island campground with family and friends.

 


 

5x7Keith_3WM2139-webCouncillor Keith MacLean, Ward 1, Kelly’s Cove

Chair – Planning Committee
Vice-Chair – Finance and Technology Committee
Vice-Chair – Sustainability Committee
Member – Human Resources

Email – kmaclean@townofstratford.ca

Phone 902-367-9578

Councillor Keith MacLean has been happy to call Stratford home since moving back to PEI from Japan. He and his wife Maki feel there would be few places better to raise there three daughters; Hannah Faye, Maia and Kiona. Keith got started early in business and has owned and sold three small businesses. He is now a realtor with ReMax in Charlottetown.

Keith likes to stay busy and has been past President of the Rotary Club of Stratford, has a bachelor degree in psychology, MBA, authored the book Procrastination Elimination, travelled to more than a dozen countries and in 1998 inline skated coast to coast across Canada. He is happy to be on this newest venture as Stratford Town Councillor.

 


 

5x7 Steve-Ogden-webCouncillor Steve Ogden, Ward 2, Stewart Cove
Chair – Accountability and Engagement Committee
Vice-Chair – Safety Services Committee
Vice-Chair – Recreation, Culture and Events Committee
Member – Human Resources

Email – sogden@townofstratford.ca
Phone 902-569- 3377

Steve has been a Stratford resident since 1984.  He lives in Beacon Hill with his wife Peggy, two of their three boys, Michael and Scott. His third son, Tom volunteers with the Town but lives in Stanhope.

Prior to amalgamation in 1995, Steve was a member of the Keppoch-Kinlock Council (1986 to 1995). Before being elected to Town of Stratford Council, he was a member of the Town’s Police Committee, Safety Services Committee, Utility Board and Finance Committee.

Steve has been a volunteer in all levels of the Scouting movement, as well as with minor baseball and minor hockey. Involvement with community activities is very important to Steve, second only to his family.  He retired in 2010 after a 36-year career with the federal Government.

 


 

Councillor Jody Jackson, Ward 2, Stewart Cove
Chair – Sustainability Committee
Vice-Chair – Recreation, Culture and Events Committee
Member – Human Resources

Email – jjackson@townofstratford.ca
Phone 902-569- 3377

As a resident of the Stratford area for over 35 years, Councillor Jody Jackson has been deeply involved in the local sporting community as an athlete, coach and marketing coordinator in the sport of curling; he also played baseball for several years in the Stratford Minor Baseball Program. Jody is an avid motorcyclist, taking part in numerous charity events each year, and is co-founder of PEI Ride for Autism – a fundraiser in support of the Autism Society of PEI.

For the past nine years, Jody has been employed by the Workers Compensation Board of PEI, including the last seven years as a member of the Senior Leadership Team.  He graduated with his Bachelor of Integrated Studies (Business) degree from the University of Prince Edward Island in May of 2017. Jody also obtained a Business Certificate from UPEI in 2015 and received his Business Administration Diploma (Honours) from Academy of Learning in 2008. In addition to his formal education, Jody has received extensive training in board governance, strategic planning, policy development, risk management, financial stewardship, and stakeholder consultation through his work with WCB PEI. Jody was also recently appointed as Chair of the Joint Occupational Safety and Health (JOSH) Committee at the Workers Compensation Board of PEI.

Jody is an active volunteer in his community through participation in initiatives such as tax preparation programs for seniors, “Learn to Curl” sessions for adults and youth, advocacy for families of children with disabilities, and coordination of local sporting events and leagues. Councillor Jackson resides in Stratford with his wife Jillian and seven year old son Dylan.

 


 

5x7Gary Clow_1834-webCouncillor Gary Clow, Ward 3, Tea Hill
Chair – Safety Services Committee
Vice-Chair – Human Resources Committee
Vice-Chair – Accountability and Engagement Committee
Vice-Chair – Human Resources

Email – gclow@townofstratford.ca
Phone 902-569-3945

Councillor Gary Clow was a career police officer for 30 years in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Councillor Clow and his wife Eileen have two children, a son, Kevin and a daughter, Natalie. Their children are both married and are raising their families in western Canada. Councillor Clow and his wife have lived in Stratford since 1995. Councillor Clow has coached Minor Hockey in the past and has a great interest in the youth of the community. Councillor Clow participated in various school programs in the elementary and junior high schools. He also served on the Hillsboro Park Community Council from 1976-1984. Councillor Clow is a member of the Knights of Columbus; past board member of Pownal House; past president and Director – Police Association of Nova Scotia. He is currently a police advisor for Crimestoppers, and a board member of the Canadian Mental Health Association. Councillor Clow also sat on numerous committees which included Crimestoppers; Crime Prevention; PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada; Youth Justice Committee; PEP Committee; the Charlottetown Santa Claus Parade Committee; Seniors Active Living Committee; Operation ID Committee and Education for Impaired Drivers Committee among others.  Councillor Clow volunteers at the Upper Room Food Ministry.


 

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