Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Ray Luff's CV

Ray has had a professional career as a problem solver. As an Information Systems Management Consultant for the past 24 years, Ray has had a lot of experience in dealing with the business community both in the private and public sectors. Clients of Ray’s in no particular order have included the Ministry of Revenue, Workers Compensation Board, Workers Health and Safety Board, the CRTC, Ministry of Social Services, Ministry of Transportation, Ontario Lotteries Corporation, Ontario Hydro, Sears Canada, Chubb Securities, CIBC, Wood Gundy, Royal Trust, Royal Bank Securities, Accenture, IBM, the Permanent, Guarantee Trust, EDS Canada, FEDEX USA, NEC USA, EDS USA, Cigna USA and many others.

Additionally, Ray has some direct retail experience, as he and partners owned and operated a computer store for 5 years in the 80's on Bay Street, Toronto.

Ray and his wife Valerie and family have lived in Newmarket for the past 19 years. They have 3 teenage children. Ray’s wife Valerie has held a position as a Registered Nurse for 29 years. Her insights having dealt with the needs of people over the years are an invaluable asset to Ray.

Ray recently ran in the Federal Election 2008 as a candidate for the riding of Newmarket - Aurora, representing the Christian Heritage Party. Federal Election 2008 (Disclaimer the following link does not represent an endorsement from ICC for Ray's political party affiliation.) http://chp-newmarket-aurora.blogspot.com/

Ray has operated a general bible website to help people to find general information about the bible and places of interest on the web which are bible related. (Disclaimer: This website is not part of ICC. It is privately operated and does not necessarily represent the views of ICC.) http://bibledoor.no-ip.org/

Ray has also written many Bible related tracts on various subjects (Disclaimer: This website is not part of ICC. It is privately operated and does not necessarily represent the views of ICC.) http://bibledoor.blogspot.com/

Ray is an active member of the C.S.Lewis society of Toronto http://cslewis.oceandigital.ca/

Ray also has spent over 10 years as a volunteer counselor to street youth and youth in trouble with the law through an inner city mission, and he directed a camp specifically designed to cater to youth who have come in conflict with the law for many years।

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