I am a wife, mother and grandmother. I met Fusion in 2003 when my daughter bumped into Fusion Australia folks visiting Canada. The Fusion family is inspirational to me through the many people I have met who have given so much to walk with the Lord authentically in their everyday lives. My goal is to run with perseverance the race that is marked out for me by loving God, my family, my neighbour and myself.
Secretary / Treasurer
I have been involved in youth and community mission work since joining the summer staff at Surprise Lake United Church Camp at age 15. I was first introduced to Fusion by Gordon Howell in 2002 and have been very involved ever since. I am most alive when I am connecting with people around me and helping them to see themselves the way God sees them. I work with New Age Oilfield Services.
I am the president of Taylor Seminary and a professor of Theology and Ethics. I have been involved with Fusion for over 10 years. Drawing on a lifetime passion for theological education and the church, I recognized in Fusion, and more particularly in the Foundations course, a unique framework for forming the people of God for the mission of God that was ahead of its time. I am thrilled to be along for the ride and am committed to participating in the work of God in and through Fusion wherever that leads.
I have been the managing partner and senior project development engineer for Howell-Mayhew Engineering since 1985. I came across Fusion in Australia in 1995 while on a trip. I have enjoyed immensely watching Fusion Canada be birthed and grow into what it is today.
My path first crossed with Fusion Canada ten years ago when one day at work I took a trip down the hallway to meet “those Fusion people”. After my first festival I was hooked! Since then I have been working in the non-profit sector in Edmonton. I love walking Edmonton’s river valley trails, paired with a cup of coffee and good conversation.
I graduated as a civil engineer from the University of Alberta in 1965. I served with Canadian National Railway for 25 years and pursued a second career as a management consultant after that. Upon my retirement in 2016, My wife Audrey and I had already come to our strong faith in our Lord and Saviour. I have served on the board of Fusion 3Sixteen since its inception and I believe this ministry serves our God in a very powerful way.