Judy Greenaway was born and raised in Summerland. She moved to Kelowna and graduated from Kelowna Senior Secondary School. Judy met her husband Tom and moved to Prince George where their two oldest children were born. In 1974, after four years in Prince George, she and her family moved to Fort St. James where their third child was born. Two of their children still live in Fort St. James and have raised their families here.
Judy worked at the Canfor Sawmill for a year, then worked at the Liquor Store for eight years. Her last employment was with BC Hydro (for 27 years) from which she retired in 2010.
Judy has been an active volunteer in the community. She has volunteered for kids’ sports, held the positions of President of the Stuart Lake Seniors Association, Treasurer for the Stuart Lake Outreach Group Food bank and Soup kitchen, Coordinator for Seniors Helping Seniors and Emergency Social Services. While working for BC Hydro she was an active member of the Corporate Occupational Health and Safety Committee, working on Safety Rodeos and organizing Safety training.
The goals she sees for Fort St James are a strong vibrant community full of opportunity for everyone. A safe and friendly community to live in and bring up your family.