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Bjornerud, Bob (Melville-Saltcoats)

BJORNERUD, BOB (Melville-Saltcoats)

B. Sept. 8, 1945 in Kelvington, Sask. S. of Ken and Jessie Bjornerud. Three children: Grant, Garnet and Jodi. Political Career: Provincial: First elected to the Sask. Leg. g.e. 1995. Re-elected g.e. 1999 and 2003. Municipal: Councillor, Div. No. 4, 1976-82 and Reeve, 1987-95, Municipality of Saltcoats. Private Career: Mem: Saltcoats Curling Club and Volunteer Fire Dep't. Party: S.P. Address: Leg. Office: 265 Legislative Bldg., Regina, Sask., S4S 0B3, (306)787-4300, Fax: (306)787-3174 Riding Office: Box 519, Saltcoats, Sask., S0A 3R0, (306)744-2519, Fax: (306)744-2493 or 113 – 3rd St. W,, Sask., S0A 2P0, (306)728-3882; Email: [email protected]

BJORNERUD, BOB (Melville-Saltcoats) Né le 8 sept. 1945 à Kelvington, Sask. Fils de Ken et Jessie Bjornerud. Trois enfants: Grant, Garnet et Jodi. Carrière politique: Provinciale: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de la Sask. é.g. 1995. Réélu é.g. 1999 et 2003. Municipale: Conseiller, div. no. 4, municipalité de Saltcoats, 1976-82 et prés. du conseil mun., 1987-95. Carrière privée: Mem: Saltcoats Curling Club et Pompiers bénévoles. Parti pol.: S.P. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: 265 Édifice législatif, Regina, Sask., S4S 0B3, (306)787-4300, Fax: (306)787-3174 Bureau Circonscription: Casier 519, Saltcoats, Sask., S0A 3R0, (306)744-2519, Fax: (306)744-2493 et 113, rue 3e Est, Sask., S0A 2P0, (306)728-3882; Courriel: [email protected]

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