Division 1 Director
Division 1 Director William Huber
William (Bill) was first elected to council of the RM of Lipton #217 in 2011. Over the years he has served on several committees on behalf of the RM. He was elected to the SARM Board in 2016.
Bill and his wife Jan have farmed in the Lipton district for many years raising purebred livestock and growing mainly cereals and oilseeds. They have three sons and one daughter and seven grandchildren. Their grandchildren keep them busy attending all of the sporting events they are involved in. Bill and Jan are members of the Lipton evangelical missionary church in Lipton. Bill has served on numerous boards and committees over the years including the Lipton School Board of Trustees, Lipton Lions Club, Lipton Curling Club, Lipton Memorial Rink as Treasurer, Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association (currently the 1st Vice-President), Saskatchewan and Canada Shorthorn Associations, Sask Cattle Breeders Association, Regina Bull Sale committee, Sask Livestock Export Inc., Sask Beef Cattle Performance Association, Horned Cattle Purchases Act and Canadian Western Agribition board member. He is an appointed director from the SSGA to the Sask. Cattlemen Association (SCA) Board of Directors.
Bill also served as President of Terminal 22 1998 Inc for 5 1/2 years, and was President of ITAC (Inland Terminal Association of Canada).
He has volunteered many hours of time announcing local area events for rodeos, team penning, 4-H Achievement Days, and has judged many livestock shows across Canada and the United States.
Bill represents SARM on the following committees:
- Agriculture Council of Saskatchewan
- Canada Grains Council
- East Central Transportation Planning Committee (ECTPC)
- Intensive Livestock (ILO)
- Hudson Bay Route Association
- SGI Speed Enforcement
- MHI Signage Committee
- SARM Agriculture Committee
- SARM Infrastructure and Development Committee
- South Central Transportation Planning Committee (SCTPC) (alternate)
- South East Transportation Planning Committee (SETPC)
- Tire Stewardship of Saskatchewan Advisory Committee (TSS)