The City of Red Deer has issued a statement on the recent passing of former Alderman Daniel Lawrence.
“On behalf of City Council and City staff, I would like to extend our heartfelt sympathies to the family and friends of former Alderman Daniel Lawrence on their loss.
Former Alderman Lawrence served three terms on Red Deer City Council from 1980-1983 and 1989-1992. He was a faithful public servant who cared immeasurably for our community and provided a voice for the citizens of Red Deer, whom he was proud to serve. He distinguished himself not only in politics, but also in building the community through business, and real estate ventures.
Alderman Lawrence was instrumental in bringing the Centrium to life for our community, and was influential in the planning and execution of this project for Red Deer. His tireless dedication to public service was a testament to his love for Red Deer and its residents.
On behalf of City Council, The City of Red Deer, and the citizens of our community, we want to express our deepest condolences to Daniel’s family and his many friends. Please know that we share your grief, and are so grateful for his leadership and dedication to our community.”