Mayor and council can be reached individually by using the below contact information. Alternatively, you may also contact Lynn White, executive assistant, at 780-955-4560 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mayor and council
Rick Smith, Division 1Councillor
Rick Smith was first elected to Leduc County council on Oct. 21, 2013. Smith is focused on fostering teamwork within council, while supporting the staff at Leduc County. He is committed to ensuring growth and development in division one, as well as supporting sustainable development in all of Leduc County. Smith says he will push for the best outcome for all Leduc County residents. Prior to being elected to Leduc County council, Smith taught special education and behaviour support to children of all ages in Wetaskiwin, Alta. He is originally from Lloydminster, Alta. and has lived in Leduc County since 2006.
Clay Stumph, Division 2Councillor
Clay Stumph was re-elected on Oct. 21, 2013 to serve his second consecutive term on Leduc County council representing division two. His goal is to ensure Leduc County residents are well-informed and ensure that their interests are looked after. Stumph grew up in a small farm town in east-central Saskatchewan and worked in the farming and construction industries until he moved west to Alberta in 1978. He worked for Canadian Pacific Railway as a locomotive engineer until his retirement in the summer of 2010. He moved to Leduc County in 2001 after spending more than a decade living in the Town of Beaumont.
John Schonewille, Division 3Councillor
John Schonewille was re-elected on Oct. 21, 2013 to serve his fourth overall term and second consecutive term on Leduc County council representing division three. He is determined to keep Leduc County unified while ensuring infrastructure is in place to support a strong county into the future.
Schonewille, originally from Holland, found his way west to Leduc County in 1987. Prior to being elected to Leduc County council, he was a business owner and sales manager.
John Whaley, Division 4Mayor
Mayor John Whaley was elected for his sixth consecutive term on Leduc County council on Oct. 21, 2013 and was re-appointed for his seventh term as mayor shortly after. His goal is to play an integral role on a functional council working to represent the best interests of Leduc County residents and ratepayers.
Whaley settled just east of Calmar in 1990 after a move from northeast England. Prior to being elected to Leduc County council in 2000, he worked in the agriculture industry. Whaley is still actively involved in agriculture to date.
Tanni Doblanko, Division 5Councillor
Tanni Doblanko was elected to serve her first term on council, representing division five, on Oct. 21, 2013. She hopes to facilitate clear, concise communication regarding the decisions made by council and the impacts these decisions have on ratepayers. Doblanko is committed to ensuring sustainable agriculture and responding to constituent requests.
She grew up in Mannville, Alta., a small village in central Alberta. Most recently, she worked as an assistant superintendent with the Edmonton Public School Board.
Glenn Belozer, Division 6Councillor
Glenn Belozer was first elected on Oct. 21, 2013 to serve on Leduc County council, representing division six. He aims to be transparent to ratepayers and play a vital role on council to ensure decisions are made in the best interest of the county and the residents who call it home.
Belozer was born and raised in Calmar and is an experienced autobody technician.
Audrey Kelto, Division 7Councillor
Audrey Kelto was re-elected to serve her fourth consecutive term on Leduc County council on Oct. 21, 2013. Kelto is focussed on ensuring Leduc County is a great place to live, work, play and do business. She has a passion for rural communities in Alberta and prides herself on being able to make a difference in the community. Kelto was born and raised in Leduc County, just south of Warburg and is a proud third-generation resident. Prior to serving her first term on council in 2004, she worked as a licensed practical nurse and worked on her family farm.