Langham Town Council
Back left to right: Councillor Dione Wall, Councillor Eric Dolan, Deputy Mayor Brendan Proctor, Councillor Tammy Beriault, Administrator/CAO Jamie Paik
Front left to right: Councillor Randy Kary, Mayor John Hildebrand, Councillor Carol Epp
John grew up on a grain farm near Rabbit Lake, SK. He attended the University of Saskatchewan and obtained a BSc in Agribusiness. John has 7 years of experience working in the agriculture industry and is currently the Bulk Seed Merchant with Federated Co-operatives Limited in Saskatoon. John along with his wife Arleen and two young boys have enjoyed living in Langham since 2014. John was elected to town Council in 2015 serving one year, before taking his current position as Mayor.
Lagoon, Sewer & Water
Although born and raised in Saskatoon, Brendan, spent most of his summers in the Langham area working at the family bee farm. His family has been beekeeping in the Langham area since the late 70's. After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Education, he moved to Langham in 1998, teaching at Walter W Brown School ever since. Married with five children, he and his family are living in Langham and are active in the community. Brendan has been on council for 4 years and his passion of the community.
Public Works, Building & Infrastructure
Bylaw & Police
In her personal life, she is a Mom and wife, residing in Langham since 2005. She is big on family and her choice to live in Langham was based solely on the decision of finding the best community possible to raise her son. Which she found here. In her professional life, she is a Business Communications Expert for SaskTel Business Sales.
She has always been passionate about finding the most efficient way to complete a job properly. She has created many new processes within her workplace which has removed extra steps, improve communication, streamline documentation and reduce wasted time. She believes she can take these core concepts and apply them to her role on council, which in turn, can keep your hard earned dollars in your own pocket.
She is also the new President of the SaskTel Pioneers, a volunteer organization dedicated to making our communities a better places to live. She is the head of several initiatives, including the POWER Packs (providing school supplies to inner city school kids) and the Wish Angels (making sure those who are alone at Christmas have a gift to open) and many others.
She is grateful to the residents of Langham who voted for her and consider this role to be a privilege which she takes very seriously. Dione is here to protect the best interests of the majority, to advocate for those who cannot advocate for themselves and to help build a vibrant community that we can all be proud of.
Parks & Recreation, Tourism, Public Health
Eric and his wife Christina were both raised in the small towns of Perdue and Asquith. They moved to Langham in 2010 along with their 2 young sons. It was important to them to raise their children in a small town similar to the ones they were raised in. Eric has worked at CNH Saskatoon since 1994. He has been very active in the community since moving to Langham. Eric has held positions with Langham Minor Sports, the Slopitch committee, and the North Corman District Appeals board representing Langham. He has spent countless hours volunteering as a coach in his community. He looks forward to helping shape Langham and move into the future as a councillor for the Town of Langham.
Randy grew up in Allan, Sk. He attended Saskatchewan Technical Institute in Moose Jaw were he received a Diploma in Applied Arts in Accounting. In 1986 he applied for a job in Langham at Waldner’s Tax & Insurance Service and worked there until November 2015. In 1996 he moved to Langham with his wife Kathy and 2 children. In November 2015 he merged together and now works at Chip Bookkeeping Service Inc. He was elected to town council September 2016 and is looking forward to his time on council.
Fire & Emergency Measures
Originally from Ontario, Tammy and her family moved to Langham in August 2012. She and her husband as well as their two children jumped right into the community. Passionate about the community, Tammy sits on the Library Board, Fowl Supper Committee, is a museum member and active church member. Newly elected to council, Tammy is excited to learn more about the community and is ready to take on her new role.