Gordon Holloway

Abbotsford man receives Lifetime Achievement Award from CPABC

Gordon Holloway honoured by Chartered Professional Accountants of B.C.

An Abbotsford man is among four B.C. residents who recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Chartered Professional Accountants of B.C. (CPABC).

Gordon Holloway is known for sharing his skills with civic causes.

Holloway’s volunteerism is woven into the fabric of Abbotsford, where he served for years as president of Abbotsford Community Foundation and the Abbotsford Land Trust Society.

He was a founding director of the Abbotsford Executive Association, vice-chair of the city’s Economic Development Commission, and president of the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce.

His dedication to the Abbotsford community was recognized by being named Volunteer of the Year by the City of Abbotsford and Community Business Leader of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce.

Holloway was also honoured by Rotary International with a Paul Harris Fellowship. He obtained his designation in 1974 and was elected to fellowship in 1992.

The CPABC award honours individuals for their dedication, commitment and outstanding contribution to the CPA profession and community.

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