Gail J. MacDonald, Notary Public, officially retired on October 28, 2016. However, she still attends as a Locum at our office from time to time. Please check our "Holiday" page for information on Gail MacDonald's scheduled times.
Our commitment to you does not end once all the documentation is signed and sealed. In many ways that's just the beginning. We are part of your community and we look forward in developing and garnering a great relationship. You can count on us to ensure your interests are protected.
Gail J. MacDonald, Notary Public
My work experience began as a Paralegal specializing in Land Transactions. I was a replacement instructor at BCIT for the Legal Stenography Program for a six (6) month time period. I was able to enjoy my time as a wife and mother, while staying active in the community by volunteering for school and sports activities. Once my children were old enough, and a little more self-reliant, I studied to become a Notary Public. I was commissioned as a Notary Public in 1988. I have been a Rotarian for twenty (20) years, I have served as a Director on the Board of the Mission Hospice Society and I was part of the fund-raising endeavor for the Christine Morrison Pavilion on the third floor of the Mission Memorial Hospital.
Shelly D. Spicer, Notary Public
I began my career with a Bachelors Degree in Criminology and I worked as a parole officer until I retired in 2008. I wanted to continue to learn and grow and I was drawn to the Notary Program. I was commissioned as a Notary Public in 2010. I have enjoyed my married and family life while working on my career. I am a new member of Rotary and I have been involved with King Haven House on Peardonville Road, in Abbotsford for fourteen years.