Election 2015: Meet the candidates—Stephen Fuhr

Stephen Fuhr is running for the Liberal Party in Kelowna-Lake Country.

Stephen Fuhr

Age: 46

Occupation: Pilot/ entrepreneur

Family: Single, 15-year-old son.

Place of birth: Edmonton.

Education background: Trinity Western University in Langley.

Past political experience: Federal Liberal Riding Association board Member since 2011.

Community organization membership affiliations: Rotary Club of Kelowna,  Royal Canadian Legion Kelowna Branch 26, Kelowna Army Navy & Air Force Veterans Unit 376,  Kelowna Club, 100 Men Kelowna.

Why you would be an effective MP: I have worked in the public sector for 20 years and the private sector for six years. While working in or with large organizations I have learned how to navigate bureaucracy while staying focused on the mission.  I am an evidence-based thinker and I understand the value of mutually beneficial relationships.

 

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