for Mr. George Rogers as he faithfully serves the constituents of the region of
Leduc and Beaumont in the beautiful Province of Alberta. May he know that You go before him preparing
the way for success and will help him to accomplish the things he needs to do
today. We pray for safety as he travels
and that You would bring him in contact with people in his constituency he
needs to connect with. In Your
Legislative Assembly for Leduc-Beaumont April 23, 2012. He was elected Deputy
Speaker and Chair of Committees on May 23, 2012.
Special Ethics Commissioner Search Committee (chair)
Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future
Committee on Privileges and Elections, Standing Orders and Printing
for Public Health and Safety, deputy chair of the Special Standing Committee on
Members’ Services and as a member of the following committees:
Committee on Legislative Offices
Special Chief Electoral Officer Search Committee (chair)
Special Information and Privacy Commissioner Search Committee
Standing Committee on Members Services
Committee on Public Health and Safety
Special search committees for the Ombudsman
Heritage Savings Trust Fund
Special Auditor General Search Committee
Committee on Public Safety and Services
High. In 1980, he obtained a Diploma in Accounting from NAIT, followed by a
Certificate in Local Government Studies from the University of Alberta in 1988.
assistant treasurer for the City of Leduc, and assistant town manager for the
Town Of Redcliff.
In 1992, he moved back to
Leduc and started a successful real estate career with Royal Lepage. In the
fall of 1992, He ran successfully for city council, and was re-elected in 1995.
In 1998 he was elected mayor, and was re-elected in 2001. He was a 10-year
board member of The Alberta Urban Municipalities Association, and served as
President from 2001 to 2003. He also served as a board member of the Federation
of Canadian Municipalities. For his work with the AUMA, Mr. Rogers was
recognized by Alberta Venture Magazine as one of Alberta’s 50 Most Influential
people in 2003. In 2012, Mr. Rogers was recognized by NAIT as one of the 50
outstanding grads of the past 50 years.
He is the proud father of three adult
children, and an avid community volunteer, who has been a member of the Leduc
Lions Club for over 20 years.