Our People

Adam Eason

Adam Eason

"The technology model is changing and I get to be in the front seat driving new expectations and goals.  I enjoy bridging the gap between technology and the businesses. The City is receptive to innovative ideas.” - Adam Eason, PMP

Adam Eason joined the City of Abbotsford in 2013 as an Applications Analyst and a Project Coordinator and is now the Applications Manager for the Information Technology division.

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Ash Gill

Ash Gill

"It’s an honor to be part of such a distinct and honorable tradition that being an Abbotsford firefighter represents.” - Ash Gill

Ash Gill started in 2013 as a Career Firefighter with Abbotsford Fire and Rescue.

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Nick Hill

Nick Hill

“What I like most about my job is having the opportunity to do my part in making this beautiful city the best that it can be.” - Nick Hill

Nick Hill started with the City of Abbotsford as a Recreation Leader in 2008 and has moved into more progressively responsible roles such as a Facility Attendant, Life Guard, Corporate Information Clerk and is now a Bylaw Clerk with our Bylaw Services Department. 

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Alana Carmichael

Alanna Carmichael

“I’m a catalyst within the community. I’m able to connect with hundreds of community members.  I love fostering this community spirit. I look forward to working with you.”  - Alanna Carmichael

Alanna Carmichael started with the City in 2013 as the City of Abbotsford’s Volunteer Coordinator with Parks, Recreation and Culture.

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Parm Sidhu

Parm Sidhu

“Together we can grow this great City.” - Parm Sidhu

Parm Sidhu has had an extensive career with the City of Abbotsford and has moved progressively through the organization in positions such as; Ice Maintenance worker, Park Attendant, Airport Maintenance worker, Airport Duty Officer, Manager, Terminal Operations, Manager, Operations and is now the General Manager of the Abbotsford International Airport.

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Sue Yakmission

Sue Yakmission

“Opportunity for growth is right at your fingertips!”  Sue Yakmission

Sue Yakmission started with the City of Abbotsford in 2007 as a clerical support role and has moved into more progressively responsible roles such as Bylaw Clerk, Development Services Clerk and is now a Permits and Licensing Assistant with our Building Permits and Licensing Department.

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