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Governing Council
Director at Large

Larry Moody has been involved in Federal Politics for generations. He initially supported the Progressive Conservatives and assisted during campaigns for the Hon. Frank Oberle who served as the MP for Prince George – Peace River, BC for twenty years and was Mulroney era Cabinet Minister.

In 1988, Larry became interested in the Reform Party through Walt Lawrence, Short Tompkins, and Olive Stickney, joined the Party, and became more active during Jay Hill’s second federal campaign 1992-93.

Larry served on the EDA board of the local Reform Party and all other name changes for over 20 years through the evolution to the CPC era. He was President of the EDA for one year during Jay Hill’s term as MP and supported Jay throughout his federal political career.

Larry also served on the Nominating Committee following Jay Hill’s retirement in 2010.

He served as a delegate to National Conventions in Ottawa, Edmonton, Montreal, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver, and Halifax, and most recently, the CPC Convention via Zoom.

Larry resigned from local CPC EDA Board and Party effective April 19, 2021, and joined the Maverick Party later in spring of 2021 to support local candidate, Dave Jeffers during the recent 2021 Federal Election Campaign.

Larry has also been an active member of Rotary Club of Dawson Creek from Fall of 1996 to present (25 years), and President of Noon Rotary Club 2005-2006.

He organized and led a Rotary mission to Project Amigo in Cofradia, Colima State, Mexico in February of 2007.  Six school busses, two ambulances, and one Fire Truck were obtained, serviced, and driven by volunteers to Project Amigo to be used in their work.  Larry remains very active in the DC Rotary Club. In November 2012 he responded to a request from Project Amigo for two more busses, one equipped as a mobile computer lab. With other Rotarians, he again volunteered, procured, equipped, and drove one of the busses to Cofradia, Colima State, Mexico and participated in a volunteer week of work with students while there.

For past 7-8 years has been Director at Large and later Regional Director for North East BC Provincial Conservative Party.  He was an active supporter of BC Conservative Party candidate Kathleen Connolly during the last Provincial Election.

Larry has been married 57 years to Kay, raised two daughters and two sons, and has seven grandsons and two granddaughters.