Frank is proud of the project our council has completed.

Frank Armitage

Frank is proud of all the projects council has completed.

  • Nov. 1, 2011 3:00 p.m.

Councillor Frank Armitage grew up in Princeton with his wife Darnella.  They have three children that they are very proud of.  Frank’s personal connection to Princeton has prompted him to work hard to make his community a better place to live.

Armitage spent 38 years in the mining industry with two major Canadian mining companies and in his “retirement” is working at the vibrant Copper Mountain Mine. Frank is busy, but not too busy to take his job as councillor seriously.  Frank served for three terms as alderman in Stewart, B.C. before coming home.

“I am proud of all the projects our council has completed.  I will do everything I can to contribute to the betterment of my hometown.”  Frank sees doctor recruitment as absolutely essential to the community’s growth.


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