Bob McCulloch was called to the Bar in 1983 and moved to Morden with his wife, Nancy in 2017. Prior to that, he lived in Treherne (since 1990) with their daughters, Lindsay and Madison, arriving on the scene shortly thereafter. Bob has volunteered locally, provincially and nationally on many organizations over the years.
Provincially, Bob is a Life Member of Council of the Manitoba Bar Association and a lecturer for the Manitoba Bar Association and the Law Society of Manitoba on Wills and Estates and Practice and Technology issues. Nationally, Bob is the former national Chair of the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Forum of the Canadian Bar Association and was selected to serve on the Canadian Bar Association’s National Membership Fee Review Working Group. Bob was the Chair of a Canada Pension Plan Disability Appeal Tribunal (presiding over legal hearings concerning Canada Pension Plan Disability Appeals) held in various provinces.
With respect to Foundation work, he was a founder of the Tiger Hills Community Foundation and that Foundation’s chair for a number of years. He has also served on the National Board of Directors of Community Foundations of Canada. He became a Board member of the Morden Area Foundation shortly after moving to Morden. Bob is also a member of the Morden Economic Development Committee and Endow Manitoba Provincial Steering Committee. He looks forward to growing the Foundation to serve the community’s needs. Bob recently became a new grandparent to his very first grandchild, Maren, and often enjoys weekends at the family cottage on West Hawk Lake. Bob is also an unabashed Winnipeg Blue Bomber and Winnipeg Jets fan.