Steve Jacobson


I have been a long-time resident of Jackson’s Point pre 2011 as seasonal resident. In 2011 my wife Cathy and I moved into the lakefront property that my grandfather bought in 1949, coincidentally the year I was born. I graduated from York University Glendon Campus in 1973 and began my career with Oshawa Foods/Sobeys immediately after until I retired in 2006. I started my volunteer work as a Beaver, Cub, and Scout Leader. Went on to be a fundraiser and support for Yonge Street Mission and Evergreen Youth Drop in Centre. Since moving up I have been involved on several committees: Jackson’s point BIA (Chair) 9 years, Link Steering Committee 3 years, Vice-chair of Jericho Youth Services 2 years, and Mayors Motorcycle Committee 4 years. I look forward to working with our Georgina community to support existing medical needs and more importantly working to meet our future medical needs.

Dale D. (Kerr) Genge

Councilor Ward 4, Town Representative, Treasurer, Building Committee Chair

I recently retired from a medium-sized consulting engineering firm where I held the position of Chief Operating Officer, responsible for overseeing all financial aspects of the company.  In addition to this experience, I have served as Treasurer of several non-profits.  My formal engineering training was in the field of civil engineering and building science and I have expertise in the long-term capital planning and repair of buildings.  I am also a professional freelance writer.  I moved to Georgina in 1989 and now reside in Jackson’s Point with my husband, one of my three children, three cats and three rough collies.

Mayor Margaret Quirk

Mayor of Town of Georgina, Town of Georgina Representative

Mayor Margaret Quirk is on her third term as Mayor, after first having been elected to Town Council in 1994 as the Councillor for Ward 1 in the Keswick area, under her former last name “Jordan.” She was successful in five consecutive elections and held that position until 2010, when she chose not to seek re-election. In 2014, she returned to local government, where she ran and was elected as Mayor and then re-elected as Mayor in October 2018 and 2022.

During her tenure on Council, Margaret has served on numerous Town committees, with the most recent being the Economic Development Committee, Keswick Secondary Plan Committee and the Equity and Diversity Committee. She is also once again serving on the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority, where she once served as Chair. Through her position on Regional Council, Margaret has been a Director on Housing York and Chair of York Telecom Network (YTN) and Vice Chair of the Environmental Services Committee.

Margaret has lived in Georgina since 1985 and is married with two stepchildren and two grandchildren. She and her husband reside in the Sutton area and in her leisure time she an avid gardener.

Daryl J.B. Urquhart

Vice Chair, Fundraising Chair

I am a graduate of York University with forty years of business experience in the health care field. i held a national management position with Lanier Canada, before heading KAML Consulting Inc. as president. i then accepted the responsibilities of Co ownership of Shouldice Hospital as well as the duties of the Director of Business Development and Board advisor on matters of strategic management and physician recruitment.

I have been a guest and keynote speaker with over 75 engagements throughout the world in university, commercial and government arenas on the subjects of: Service delivery, Operations Management, Health Care Delivery, and Customer Relations Management (CRM). Following retirement from Shouldice Hospital I continue to appear as a regular speaker in the MBA and EMBA programs at Queens university, Smith School of Business and as an occasional speaker at Harvard Business School.

An avid hockey player and sports enthusiast, I have coached youth hockey in Georgina, and competitive soccer in Toronto and Vancouver for over thirty years. I am currently a member of the board of Trustees of St Georges church Cemetery and Health Georgina. My most recent contribution to the Town of Georgina is the Jackson’s Point Lighthouse.

Brent Snoddon

My family have been residents in Georgina for generations. Growing up on the Snoddon Family Farm and spending time enjoying Lake Simcoe is where i developed my love for nature and the outdoors. I attended Morning Glory Public School and Sutton District High School, and also attended George Brown College, Durham College and Fleming College. I have spent many years working as a Licensed Electrician, Gas Fitter and Oil Fitter and had a vast knowledge in HVAC, Mechanical and Electrical. I have worked in Healthcare since 2013 and am currently the Manager of Facility Operations as well as the Fire Safety Officer at Southlake Regional Health Centre, in this role I manage Maintenance, Power Plant and Bio-Medical Engineering ensuring safety on the campus and the full functionality of all life safety systems across the 650,000 square foot building and campus. Brent recently joined GCHCC as I want to see Healthcare in Georgina be readily available to all that need it and to make a difference in the community where I live with my family.

Iain Donnell


I have been a lawyer for over 30 years and is principal of Donnell Law Group, a multi-service law firm in Keswick, Ontario. My practice covers a variety of areas of law including criminal law, civil litigation, human rights, and municipal law. I am both a member of the Law Society of Ontario and the Law Society of British Columbia.

I am actively involved with numerous non-profit organizations in York Region which assist members of the community in different facets of life.

When outside of the courtroom, I enjoy spending time with my family and my collection of antique, classic cars and motorcycles. I also enjoy watching movies and can often be heard citing movie quotes from classic movies, and using movie analogies within and outside the walls of the courthouse.

Dylan Beaudrow Big Canoe

I have always been so proud to call Georgina my home. While growing up between Sutton and Georgina Island, family and friends have always been important to me, having a large family tree between the Beaudrow’s and Big Canoe’s I have had the opportunity to build so many relationships in my life.

After graduating from Sutton District High School, I obtained a Bachelor of Arts -Honors Degree at the University of Guelph. I went on to acquire a Bachelor of Education from Brock University, and during this time became certified with the Ontario College of Teachers. Upon completing my certification, I travelled the world, teaching in England, the United Kingdom and Malawi, Africa. I returned home again in 2020 wanting to apply my experience and share my gifts within my own community. I was elected into Council on the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation in March of 2021 where I currently hold the Education, Health, Recreation and Media/Communications Portfolios.

I sincerely look forward to working with the Georgina Health Board and representing the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation.