Meet the PAC


Dwayne has resided in the Lindbrook area for 20 years with his wife Glenda and 2 grown children. He has experience in the Environmental consulting field and for the past 10 years has worked as an Inspector in a regulatory capacity. Dwayne has been involved with the Lindbrook Community Hall. His spare time it is spent tinkering on the acreage.



Born and raised in rural southern Alberta, Mark has a diploma in Watershed Management and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science. He worked as a consultant for a couple of years completing electromagnetic surveys and confirmatory soil sampling. In 2008, Mark was hired by Alberta Transportation as the Provincial Transportation Environmental Coordinator to develop the department’s wetland program. Mark successfully managed Alberta Transportations first ever Comprehensive Study under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act on an irrigation reservoir southeast of Calgary and is currently managing the Environmental Impact Assessment and Stakeholder Engagement portions in the planning of a proposed new flood management reservoir just west of Calgary. Through his work, Mark has become very familiar with the many complexities of the environmental regulatory landscape and is excited to utilize these skills in the capacity of a member of the BMS Public Advisory Committee.

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Tracey Radley is a mom, wife and the director at Viking/Beaver Family and Community Support Services. Tracey serves on various boards within the county and is the current trustee for Beaver County East with Battle River School Division. Prior to moving to Alberta, Tracey’s career involved 16 years in Reinsurance and Commercial Insurance Broking handling a variety of accounts. Tracey holds a certificate in Business and Technical Writing with the University of Calgary and is working towards a degree in Human Resources and Labour Relations through Athabasca University.


Ernie Whiteside was born & raised in central Alberta, before moving to the Grande Prairie area for 11 years where he farmed, became a Journeyman Plumber and owned a small business. Ernie returned to central Alberta to attend college for 4 years, earning a BRE degree. Ernie and his family moved to Latin America for 5 1/2 years before returning once again to central Alberta (Delburne) where he worked as a plumber & businessman for 10 years. In 2005, Ernie and his wife moved to Holden. Ernie pastored a small church on highway 626 between Holden and Vegreville for 3 years. Currently Ernie operates a plumbing and heating business. He has always been an active volunteer, involved in my local community.




Yvonne has a deep passion for recycling and our environment. She loves gardening and is very active in the community.



Lucy has called Holden home since her big move across the pond in 2006. She is in her last year of high school and plans to start a career in emergency medical services after graduation. She lives on a farm south of Holden with her mother and two brothers. Her family has been grain farming for as long as she can remember. Lucy was involved in the Holden 4-H beef club for six years. She is excited about being a member of the PAC.