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Passionate about his chosen profession, Geoff is dedicated to helping his clients achieve their investment and wealth management objectives.
A graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, specializing in Mathematics and Statistics, Geoff is personally pro-active and professionally entrepreneurial. With strong inter-personal and communication skills, Geoff is above all, a gifted business builder.
Geoff has deployed hands-on skills, to help individuals, families and companies build their own personal and corporate wealth.
Honest and fair in all of his dealings, he seeks to make a positive contribution in the lives of those who turn to him for advice. Not one to sit idly by, he likes momentum and strives to build upon the successes he has helped his clients achieve.
Geoff has lived in White Rock with his wife Adrienne and their two children, Quinn and Nate, since 2003. Very active in the community, he serves as Treasurer on the board of the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation. Geoff is also physically active and competes in several triathlons every year.
Geoff’s Activities in the Community
Geoff’s involvement with the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation is a personal one – he was motivated to make a change to his unbalanced and unhealthy lifestyle to avoid serious health issues by joining a gym and beginning regular workouts. The first five-kilometre run he completed was the Great Pumpkin Run Walk hosted by the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation in 2009. Since then, he has become involved with the Foundation, beginning with their fundraising team by securing and presenting partnerships for their Run Walk and Partners in Caring Gala.
In 2013, he accepted an invitation to join the Foundation’s board of directors. As Treasurer, and incumbent First Vice-Chair, he is also chair of the South Surrey/White Rock Healthy Community Initiative, which promotes and encourages everyone to commit to a healthier lifestyle and living to reduce the amount of people going to the hospital. Geoff is passionate about his role and responsibilities for the Foundation and considers it his second job.
It is his way of giving back to the community that has been very good to him and his family, and he is a firm believer in creating the healthiest community possible by reducing the number of people visiting the hospital. His goal with the Healthy Community Initiative is to see more community events with much greater participation, green spaces and pathways connecting new developments, more community gardens, and online resources to inform and guide the community to healthier choices.