Cultus Lake Park Board: Joe Lamb

Cultus Lake Park Board: Lamb, Joe – Park board director: Lamb hopes to bring business experience to Cultus

Joe Lamb.

Joe Lamb.

Joe Lamb is an accomplished and highly energetic individual with 30 years of
experience in the service industries, spending the last 11 years with Panago
Pizza Inc. in an executive role. He has an entrepreneurial spirit and earlier
this year, started a small property maintenance business within the local
community.
Thriving on new challenges, Joe holds to a strong belief that honesty and
integrity are the key to delivering superior service and elevating standards in
his day to day tasks. In an effort to gain a better understanding and
appreciation for the community where he lives, Joe served for the last 3 years
on the Cultus Lake Future Planning Committee. His involvement with the
committee gave him an understanding of the history of Cultus Lake Park and
an insight with respect to how many residents feel about this community.
Joe, his wife Shannon, and their teenage daughter Grace, have lived at the
lake for the past eight years, and feel privileged to live within Cultus Lake
Park. Boating is a family passion, and they spend a lot of time in the summer
out on the lake wakeboarding. Joe is an avid participant in Cross-Fit training,
and believes that exercise strengthens both body and mind.
As Vice-President of Operations for Panago Pizza, Joe has demonstrated
leadership and expertise in Human Resource relationships, Customer Service,
Team Building, and Effective System Development. Throughout his
professional career, Joe has generated a history of successful business model
development and management.
Joe has served as President for his Strata Corporation at Big White Ski Resort
in Kelowna, for the past 4 years, and during this time the Strata Corporation
has moved from an insolvent position to currently holding over $100,000 in
owner equity. His recent “Cultus Lake Property Management” business,
although only 4 months old, has already successfully completed work for more than 50 Cultus Lake residents.

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