Dave Cockle named Kiwanis director

Deputy Fire Chief comes with wealth of experience

Dave Cockle has been elected by the Oak Bay Kiwanis Health Care Society to sit as a director on the Kiwanis Pavilion board.

“We have an active and engaged board of Directors committed to the operation of a first rate care facility and Dave will be a great asset to our community-based volunteer board,” said Joan Trumble, chairperson of the Oak Bay Kiwanis Pavilion

Cockle is the deputy fire chief for the District of Oak Bay and brings years of experience as a board member with Rose Manor and The Oak Bay Kiwanis Pavilion Foundation. He has been an active community volunteer with Kiwanis and has 21 years of experience as a board member of Santa’s Anonymous.

Cockle joins Brian Beckett, Barbara Gies, Steve Orcherton, Andrew Law, Chris Goudie and Joan Trumble on the board.

The Oak Bay Kiwanis Pavilion is a complex care facility which specializes in the care of people with dementia and provides care through all stages of dementia, from the earliest to the most advanced. The pavilion is owned and operated by the Oak Bay Kiwanis Club Health Care Society. The Kiwanis Club of Oak Bay has served the community since 1947.

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