Father, we thank you today for Pat Pimm, member for Peace River North. We are grateful for Pat’s many years of faithful service to our province, specifically serving those in the north. Grant him favour with all those he meets this summer. We ask that you would extend your grace and love to Pat today. We ask for your blessing on Pat’s family and extend peace and rest to Pat this summer. Amen.
Pat Pimm was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for the Northeast on September 5, 2012.
First elected MLA for Peace River North in the 2009 provincial election, he also serves as the deputy whip for the government caucus.
Pat has served as the Chair of the Northern Caucus and currently sits on two Select Standing Committees: Aboriginal Affairs and Finance and Government Services. Pat has served as a member of Treasury Board.
A long-time resident of the Peace River region, Pat served twelve years as councillor for the City of Fort St. John from 1993-2005. For six years, he was chair of city hall’s Finance Committee, responsible for overseeing the municipality’s budget process.
With 25 years experience in the oil and gas industry, he was co-chair of the BC Oil and Gas Conference in 2002 and 2005, bringing together industry stakeholders to identify further strategies and opportunities for economic development in British Columbia’s northeast region. He has also served on a variety of other local community boards and committees.
Pat possesses an extensive background in the construction industry. He is president of Alpha Controls Ltd, a company that provides construction, maintenance, and electrician services for numerous projects. He is also a director and vice-president of the North Peace Construction Association.
Pat was a director of the British Columbia Golf Association and past president of the Lake Point Golf and Country Club. He is a long-time youth sports volunteer, having coached golf, hockey, and minor league fastball. He enjoys travel, curling, and playing hockey. Pat is married to Jody and the father of two daughters and two sons.