Mr. Bruce Rowe – MLA for Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills

Father, as we lift up MLA Bruce Rowe to You today, we ask You to be with him guiding
him in all his deliberations and bringing his plans to fruition.  As he travels may he experience Your hand of
safety and that he would connect with individuals who like him want success and
growth for the people of his constituency and province.  May he and his team be of one mind.  Bless him with health and contentment.  Amen. 

Bruce Rowe was elected as the Member of the
Legislative Assembly for Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills on April 23, 2012. Mr. Rowe
currently serves on the Standing Committee on Private Bills and the Standing
Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future. Previously he served as deputy chair on
the Standing Committee on Resource Stewardship.

Mr. Rowe was born and raised in Moose Jaw,
Saskatchewan. After graduating from St. Louis high school, he became an
electrician. Mr. Rowe owned and operated an electrical contracting company in
Calgary for 35 years. 
He retired from the private sector in 2005, allowing him
to focus his attention and energy on serving the people of Beiseker and all

For 10 years Mr. Rowe was involved with the Alberta
Urban Municipalities Association as a director and vice-president. He also
served as a director with the Alberta Municipal Services Corporation for eight

Mr. Rowe served the village of Beiseker in a
variety of public roles, including councillor, mayor and library board member
in the last 10 years.

Mr. Rowe and his wife, Carol, are proud to call
Beiseker home. They have two grown children and two grandchildren. In his spare
time he likes to play golf and restore old cars. He also previously served in
the Uncle at Large program for three years.