BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Guillermo Bustos is a retired teacher, who taught French Immersion at South Delta Secondary School. He served the BC Teachers’ Federation for five years as Assistant Director of Professional Development, responsible for French Programmes and Services, and the Delta Teachers’ Association as Vice-President and Professional Development Chair. Guillermo is now an Instructor and Facilities Coordinator for ElderCollege Delta and a past president and current director on the Board of the Rotary Club of Ladner.
Walt Hayward is a local businessman and licensed realtor is a past president of the Rotary Club of Ladner. He has served as Director on various municipal committees and as an elected member of Delta Municipal Council.
Carlene Lewall was a leader and builder of Delta Gymnastics Society (1979 – 2017). Her passion is to make a difference in the lives of children by developing self esteem through physical literacy, belonging and know that people care for them. Carlene is also an active board member of KidSport Delta, Delta Sport Hall of Fame, Delta Sport Council, Ladner Business Association and Tourism Delta.
Murray Lott, a lawyer for more than 35 years, has extensive business and legal experience. He is active in our community (Rotary, Tour de Delta, and counsel to local organizations) and a founding partner of Central City Brewers & Distillers (‘Red Racer’ beer). Murray took over Delta Law Office (founded in 1966) in 2007 and has built it into a five-lawyer, two office firm. Murray and his family live in Tsawwassen.
Noël Philippot is a Portfolio Manager with a leading Canadian wealth management firm. A dedicated supporter of the Delta community, Noël has volunteered his time to the Delta Foundation, most recently as Foundation Chair, to focus on providing betterment opportunities to local residents, and support for those in need. Noël has coached various levels of youth volleyball, and is an avid skier and golfer.
Peter Roaf has served as a senior manager and consultant in external and internal corporate communications and public affairs for large and small organizations and as Executive Director of the Delta Chamber of Commerce. He has been a member of the Rotary Club of Ladner since 2008.
Richard Shantz is retired having worked in the investment industry for 48 years as a Vice President and Director working in Senior Management positions and as an Investment Advisor. He has been active in the communities he has lived in and has been recognized for his volunteer efforts by the Governor General of Canada who awarded him the Sovereign Medal for Volunteers. Richard has been honoured by Rotary with a Paul Harris Fellowship and is currently a member of the Rotary Club of Ladner.