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Bruce Campbell (Born: Cadomin, Alberta, June 6, 1923) is a Politician, commercial construction, carpenter, Shriner, Rotarian and Mason. He is now retired and resides in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Involved in construction industry most of his life. Started in 1946 as carpenter apprentice with C.H. Whitham Ltd.; promoted to superintendent. General superintendent, Forest Construction Company, 1955-1959. Founded Camwill Construction in 1959 which he operated until 1985. Past president of Edmonton Chamber of Commerce; member of Rotary Club of Edmonton. Has served as volunteer with United Way and Cancer Fund.

Bruce served three terms as councillor of the City of Edmonton. During his tenure he served as chair of many committees including the Police Commission, City Hall construction project and others.

Prior to politics Bruce Campbell served as: - President of Alberta Construction Association - President of Edmonton Chamber of Commerce - President of Edmonton Construction Association

Bruce Campbell was also a mediator and arbitrator specializing in the construction industries.

As a Rotarian and community leader Bruce has garnered numerous awards. A youth centre was named in his honour. Bruce Campbell Youth Centre http://boysandgirls.ab.ca/c5/programs/clubs/bruce_campbell_youth_centre/

Bruce was married to wife Phoebe for close to 50 years until her passing in 1995. Bruce is married to Cathy Campbell since 1998(?).

Bruce and Phoebe had 4 sons: Colin (Gordon), William, Douglas and Robert. Douglas died December 2007 due to COPD.

Bruce is active in the local area in tennis and golf.

Source of Text: Alberta who’s who 3rd ed., p. 114; 4th ed., p. 49 Edmonton Journal, October 14, 1989, p. 14

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