Dave Sidhu and Brenda Falk have joined the board of the Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation.

Two new members for board of Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation

Dave Sidhu and Brenda Falk join the team

The Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation (FVHCF) has announced the addition of Brenda Falk and Dave Sidhu to its board of directors.

Falk is an Abbotsford city councillor, a farmer and an entrepreneur who owns Tanglebank Gardens.

Sidhu is the general manager of The Patrika, an English/Punjabi newspaper, and the current vice-president of the Fraser Valley Indo-Canadian Business Association.

He was one spot away from a seat on city council during the municipal election in October.

FVHCF executive director Liz Harris said she has no doubt that Falk and Sidhu will be “strong assets” to the foundation.

“They are both celebrated local business people with big hearts, and will provide immense direction,” she said.

Visit fvhcf.ca for more information about the board.

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