Mr. Joe Anglin – MLA for Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre

We pray that God will give you hope, power and strength
every day. We hope that your decisions will be blessed by God. Thank you for
your devotion to our beautiful province. Thank you for helping the poor and
thinking of them. We pray that you will have a good year. We are blessed to
have your quality of leadership. Thank you for doing fantastic work. Amen
(Secondary Student)

Joe Anglin was elected as the Member of the
Legislative Assembly for Rimbey-Rocky Mountain House-Sundre on April 23, 2012.

He currently serves as deputy chair of the Standing
Committee on Resource Stewardship and previously served as a member of the Standing
Committee on Public Accounts.

Mr. Anglin served in the United States Marine Corps
during the Vietnam era before becoming a police officer. He then obtained a
bachelor’s degree in business and a master’s degree in education. Mr. Anglin
worked as a lineman for a public electric utility before going on to work for
AT&T, the world’s largest corporation. He obtained a diploma in engineering
and worked his way up into executive management. During his time with AT&T
he taught fibre-optic transmission engineering at the Bell Labs training
facilities in Chicago and served as the White House communications liaison for
George Bush Sr. in Kennebunkport, Maine.

In the late 1990s Mr. Anglin became a unit leader
for the Canadian Coast Guard’s fast-response search and rescue operations on
the Pacific coast. In 2000, as the unit leader, Joe organized and led the
Canadian national search and rescue team to victory in the World Marine Search
and Rescue competitions.

Most recently Mr. Anglin was the founder and CEO of
ASIG Inc., which operated as an international financial services firm. With
offices located in Vancouver and Washington, ASIG specialized in trading derivatives,
oil contracts, gas contracts and currencies.

An active member of his community, Mr. Anglin
successfully organized and led the Lavesta Area Group, an association of
southern Alberta landowners opposed to the construction of a 500KV electricity
transmission line through their area, from 2006 to 2010. He served as chair of
the Rimoka Housing Foundation from 2010 to 2012 and also served as a town
councillor in Rimbey from 2010 until his election to the Legislative Assembly
of Alberta.

In 2007 the Edmonton Journal named
Mr. Anglin one of the top 10 people who made a difference. In 2008 Alberta
Venture named him one of Alberta’s 50 most influential people.

Mr. Anglin currently lives
in Rimbey with his wife, Deborah, and their two children.