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Fred McLeod


Fred and his wife, Jackie, moved to Prince George in 1981 when Fred was hired by the Prince George Regional Hospital as the head Nuclear Medicine technologist. This is a position he held from that time until his retirement in the summer of 2007. For the next 8 years, Fred managed Phoenix Medical Imaging, the x-ray, ultrasound and mammography clinic located on the main floor of the Phoenix Medical Building, retiring in 2016.

Fred’s experience as a board member includes over a decade served as the northern British Columbia representative on the Health Sciences Association (a union of health professionals), many years on the First Baptist Church board, election to the School District #57 Board of Education in 2001 *by-election) and in 2002 election to the British Columbia School Trustees board for a 1 year term in 2004.

Fred and Jackie have 3 grown, married children with 6 grandchildren, all of whom live in Prince George. When he is not playing with the children, Fred enjoys gardening and wood working.

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