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Frances CaldarelliFRANCES CALDARELLI Biography

Frances Caldarelli was appointed to the Greater Sudbury Police Services Board in February 2015 by City Council as their Citizen Member.  She was elected as Vice Chair for 2015.

Frances is a graduate of the St. Elizabeth School of Nursing and Laurentian University.  She was a nurse specialist in occupational health and worked as the manager of health and safety for the City of Sudbury.

Frances has a long history of public service.  She was appointed to serve on the Community Advisory Board for the former North Bay Psychiatric Hospital and also served for six years as a Separate School Trustee.  In addition, she was elected and served for a total of fourteen years as a Councillor for the City of Sudbury, the Regional Municipality of Sudbury, and the City of Greater Sudbury.  Frances also served for four years as the Chair of Greater Sudbury Utilities.

Frances is a lifelong resident of Sudbury where she and her husband Jack happily raised their three children.

 

 

 

  


  

Gerry MontpellierGERRY MONTPELLIER Biography

Gerry Montpellier was elected to City Council in November 2014 and serves Ward 3 - Chelmsford, Onaping, Dowling, and Levack. He was appointed to the Police Services Board in December 2014.

He is certified for firearms acquisition, sales, and appraisals, is a marine fraud investigator and a specialized motor vehicle and equipment appraiser with a strong mechanical background.

Being a business owner for many years and a retired Ontario private investigator and Court of Ontario expert witness, his experience will be an asset in the promotion and enhancement of police services as a Member of this Board.

Gerry is very involved with the community and freely donates his time to many charities including the Espanola Food Bank, Manitoulin Health Centre, Edgar Burton Food Drive, Safari Club International, and fundraising for families with medical needs.

Gerry is passionate about vintage automobiles and motorcycles. He is married to Denise and has one adult son, John.

Gerry was elected Board Vice Chair for 2017.

 

 


 

Michael VagniniMICHAEL VAGNINI Biography

Michael was elected to City Council in November 2014 and serves Ward 2 - Lively, Naughton, Whitefish, Copper Cliff, and Worthington.

A graduate of Laurentian University with an Honours BA, he has spent the past thirty years working in the financial services industry. He is a Certified Financial Planner, Chartered Financial Consultant, and Chartered Life Underwriter

Michael has served as President of the local Financial Advisors Association, and as committee member of both the National Financial Advisors Association and the National Leadership Council. Recently, Michael advocated for the passing of Bill 57 - Standards for Financial Advisors, provincial legislation aimed at protecting consumers.

Michael Vagnini was born and raised in Walden and comes from a family with a long history of community service. Michael's priority for the past twenty years was his children. Now that they've finished university and are working, it's his turn to give back to the City he loves.

Michael was elected Board Chair for 2017.

  


 


Michael Vagnini ANGELA RECOLLET Biography

Angela Recollet is an Ojibwe woman from the Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve and a member of the Wahnapitae First Nation. She is a mother of three, and a grandmother of four and resides in Sudbury, Ontario. Ms. Recollet is the Executive Director of the Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre since March of 2010. Previous to this post, Angela was the lead in Aboriginal Affairs at Laurentian University from 1994-2010. 

Cumulatively, she has extensive experience working with the aboriginal community both as an advocate in education and in improving the general living and health conditions of aboriginal populations.   Angela has worked hard at ensuring the contributions of First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples are recognized in the health and community building sectors.  She also advocates for our people at many other levels (i.e. Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, Northern Ontario School of Medicine Board of Directors, Social Planning Council Board of Directors, Board of Directors for the Association of Ontario Health Centres, and the Co-Chair of the Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre Executive Circle.) 

Her leadership strengths have led to numerous community engagements increasing the visibility of Aboriginal people's accomplishments.  She was most recently awarded the Northern Ontario Influential Woman's Award in the spring of 2016. 

Angela walks with integrity, dignity and respect in all that she does. She is passionate and stands true to her world view of natural law, and her tenet of making healthy choices for our seventh generations.

 Ms. Recollet was appointed to the Police Services Board on July 11 2017 as a Provincial Appointee for a period of two years.

  


 

Toula SakellarisTO BE EDITED FOR NEW MEMBER Biography