Albert V. "Marc" Marcolin

Marc Marcolin was born in Bellevue, Alberta on March 24, 1919.

He received a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Alberta.

He joined Cominco in Calgary in 1941 and came to Trail in 1946. He worked abroad for Cominco from 1958 until 1974. He then returned to Trail as Vice President of Western Operations.

Prior to his retirement in April 1984, Marc Marcolin was President of Cominco Electronic Materials Division. Marc was in charge of the modernization of the Cominco Industrial Complex and was involved in the development of the Electronic Materials Business.

Marc was involved in setting up and operating the Community Economic Action Committee, the Community Futures Society and the Business Development Centre until he was elected Mayor of Trail in 1987.

Other activities:
Chairman: Community Economic Action Committee, 1986-1988
Chairman: Community Futures Society, 1986-1988
Chairman: Regional District of Kootenay Boundary
Chairman: Trail Junior High Building Committee
Director: Rossland Museum, mid 1970s-1984
Director: Selkirk College Foundation, 1981-1984

Marc Marcolin has been continually active in many clubs and services.