MLA Bruce Rowe, Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills

Father, may your hand of blessing be
upon Bruce Rowe. May he know that he, and his works of service are appreciated.
Lead him into opportunities that will benefit his constituents and all the
people of our province. May he be revitalized and refreshed through
relationships with family and friends. In Jesus name, Amen.

Bruce Rowe was elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly
for Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills on April 23, 2012. He serves as the Official
Opposition critic for Municipal Affairs. Mr. Rowe currently serves on the
Standing Committee on Private Bills and the Standing Committee on Alberta´s
Economic Future. Previously he served as deputy chair on the Standing Committee
on Resource Stewardship.

Mr. Rowe was born and raised in
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. After graduating from St. Louis high school, he became
an electrician. Mr. Rowe owned and operated an electrical contracting company
in Calgary for 35 years. He retired from the private sector in 2005, allowing
him to focus his attention and energy on serving the people of Beiseker and all
Albertans.

For 10 years Mr. Rowe was
involved with the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association as a director and
vice-president. He also served as a director with the Alberta Municipal
Services Corporation for eight years.

Mr. Rowe served the village of
Beiseker in a variety of public roles, including councillor, mayor and library
board member in the last 10 years.

Mr. Rowe and his wife, Carol,
are proud to call Beiseker home. They have two grown children and two
grandchildren. In his spare time he likes to play golf and restore old cars. He
also previously served in the Uncle at Large program for three years.

March
15, 2013