Sunday, December 11, 2016

A Very Good Administrator

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin.,, St. Albert Trail Second Cup Courtesy Wifi, St. Albert, Alberta

December XIth, MMXVI

Hon. Dave Eggen, B. Ed., MLA, Minister of Education, New Democratic, Edmonton-Calder

Dear Dave:

I fully agree with the assessment of Alberta Liberal Party executive/operative Rev. William Wade Izzard of the Universal Life Church Canada First Nations Youth Outreach Ministries. Also a potential Federal Liberal Candidate himself in Edmonton-Griesbach or Edmonton-West in MMXIX against either Kerry Diotte, MP, Conservative or Kelly McCauley, MP, Conservative. Wade believes that St. Albert Mayor Nolan Crouse would be a wonderful choice to lead the Alberta Liberals once Dr. David Swann, MD, MLA, Liberal, Calgary-Mountain View stands down. Nolan is:

- A very competent administrator who runs Council like a very tight ship, & is very fair & respected by all. He has a Master's degree in business & was a rather astute resource company executive.

- Nolan keeps getting reelected as Chief Executive by St. Albert citizens as they see he has a steady hand in things & puts citizens needs first. He's not subject to giving into left-wing, artsy-fartsy tax & spend do-nothing special interest groups like Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson & his City Council are.

- His Worship is involved in various charitable endeavours, & is a former hockey coach. So he has very good day-to-day management skills. This would be a tremendous asset in helping the Alberta Liberals gain more traction & break out of their state of almost perpetual inertia. Plus he's be an excellent triple reverse takeover leader of Tories, Wildrose, & Liberals as Blue Liberal Premier.

- Mr. Crouse is just the kind of quality individual the Alberta Liberals could use if they want to garner more seats electorally in any future provincial election writ. I have always liked & respected Nolan, a very classy & gentlemanly person indeed!

Viking,

Rory

Source: Rev. William Wade Izzard, Universal Life Church Canada First Nations Youth Outreach Ministries.




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