Les became a member of the board in 2002 and then went on to become president. There were many challenges as a president with many changes made in head office and staff. He has seen many great staff come and go over the years. There were many building changes made and the highlight of his involvement with the board was the link up with the hospital. He was very thrilled to have been made a life member in 2018, and still enjoys his mornings and occasional lunches with the residents and staff. He is still a volunteer but is retired from the board. He states “thank you for allowing me to be a part of your lives as part of my heart will always be with Murray Haven, be it residents, staff, management, workers and volunteers”.