Volunteer Profile - David Murray

12/7/2018 12:00:00 AM

DMurray2.jpgDavid Murray

David Murray has been volunteering for the AAA since he first was registered as an architect in the early 1980s. David’s long history with the AAA even involves some restoration work on the AAA’s headquarters, Duggan House.
"It has been great working with the staff at Duggan House over the years. I've gotten to know many of them and we have shared both challenges and fun times."

David has served on a variety of committees and boards over the years and sees it as a way to stay current with the profession.
"Volunteering keeps me in touch with my colleagues and up to date on Association matters."

It's helped that the AAA offers additional perks for volunteers
"Duggan House staff make volunteering easy. When they started to stock decaf coffee, they met all my expectations."

But in all seriousness, for David the real rewards of being a volunteer are less material.
"When you volunteer, you are actively engaging in continuing education for which the reward is enhanced practice and long-term frienships."

With volunteering taking only 6 -- 8 hours per month, David still finds time for recreation.
"My wife and I leave the city for a cabin near the Pembina River to take advantage of the respite that nature offers."

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