Len Noordegraaf | Simcoe GreyCHP Candidate Simcoe Grey Ontario
Len Noordegraaf is a registered candidate for Simcoe Grey.
Len Noordegraaf was born on August 2, 1952 in Kincardine, Ontario. He was the 6th of 10 children and the first born in Canada to his Dutch immigrant parents. The family ended up settling near Edenvale, Ontario. After grade 12 he started working at Bell Canada as a line-man at the age of 17. Four years later he married Geraldine Vandevis and together th ey have 5 adult children and 6 grandchildren.
When his dad retired, Len bought the family farm with his brother. He farmed for approximately 20 years, and in 1987 Len started his own business. He built fences, decks and railings for 20 years before selling the business to his daughter and son-in-law. Since then, he has started another business trimming trees etc. with the help of his bucket truck.
Len attends Collingwood Christian Reformed Church where he has served on council a number of times, several of them as chair. He also served as chair on the local Christian School board. He enjoys fellowship with his church family and also maintains quality relationships with his 9 siblings and his own children and grandchildren. He places a lot of value in spending time with loved ones. He currently lives on a small hobby farm in New Lowell with his wife and his daughter and son-in-law and their kids. He enjoys raising various poultry and livestock for the family to eat, talking for hours with his wife and tinkering in his workshop.
He has been involved off and on with the CHP since it was established as the Simcoe Centre riding. Why is he running? The CHP offers a common sense solution.
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