114 Pamela Glass

Pamela Glass was born in Malahide County Dublin in 1929, came to Canada in 1952 and became a Canadian Citizen in 1957.

Pamela’s legacy of Community service locally in the Vancouver, Surrey BC areas and as an Irish Canadian cannot be underestimated.

  • Clerk Secetary The Royal Bank of Canada.
  • Teacher Grade 1-12 Drama and P.E. Our Lady of Perpetual Help School Vancouver B.C.
  • Producer of the Dave Abbott  Talk Show CJOR Radio
  • Member of Production staff for Jack Webster Public Affairs program BCTV.
  • Coordinator of the Royal Commission on Education.
  • Media Assistance to Members of Parliament.
  • Judge of the Citizen Court of Canada.
  • Elected School Trustee  for three consecutive terms.
  • Elected Vice Chair School District 36 Surrey BC.
  • President of the Irish Women’s Network of BC 2004 to present.
  • Appointed School Board Representative for City of Surrey’s 2010 Oly6mpic Games Committee.
  • Appointed School Board Representative for City of Surrey, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Committee 2005.
  • Member of the Organizing committee for the Women’s World Cup of Soccer, U 19 August 2002.
  • President of the White Rock / South Surrey Chamber of Commerce (11 years as Director).
  • President of The Rotary Club of White Rock.
  • Co-Chair of the BC Seniors games Surrey 2001.
  • Vice President, Kwantlen University College Foundation.
  • Co-Ordinator of Vancouver Whitecaps Press Box since 1986.
  • Media Centre Volunteer – Air Canada Golf Championships. PGA Event.
  • Board Member of Vancouver Community College.
  • School Trustee – School District 39 Vancouver BC.
  • Director of Pacific National Exhibition.
  • Member of Motion Picture Appeal Board.
  • Member of B.C Board of Parole.
  • Trustee BC Sports Hall of Fame.
  • Director of Sport B.C.
  • Member of Parish Education Committee. Star of the Sea Parish Surrey B.C.
  • President of BC Athletics.
  • Member of BC Games Advisory Board.
  • Manager Boxing Venue for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Awarded the Paul Harris Medal for community Service – Highest Award by Rotary International.
  • Awarded Volunteer Award by U.S. Independent Soccer League.
  • Director of the United Way.
  • Received the Queen Elizabeth Silver Jubilee and Golden Jubilee Awards for Community Service in 1977 and 2002.
  • Playing member of Canada Field Hockey World Championships.
  • Member of City of Surrey Social Planning Committee.
  • Lector Parish Church Weekly.
  • President of Vancouver AM Tourist Service Association.
  • Founding member of the Brock House Society for Seniors.
  • Member of Vancouver Public Library Board.

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