Andrew Onespot » Chief and Council
Andy Onespot was elected as a Council member of the Tsuut’ina Nation in 2010, and has since served the people for three terms and a total of six years. He is a current holder of the Services portfolio for the 2014-2016 term.
He graduated High School from Bishop Grandin in 1972, then went on to pursue his Journeyman Electrician and Master Electrician that same year. He started his own Electrical business in 1978 and the company is still running today.
Mr. Onespot’s accomplishments include pursuing and completing his Journeyman Electrician Apprenticeship at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), then going on to complete his Master Electrician Apprenticeship right after. He’s also achieved being a successful entrepreneur to his own business Redwood Electric from 1978-1990 and AOS Electric from 1990-Present, by working hard and remembering the values instilled in him by his parents which helped contribute to his dedication to his people. Him and his wife have also enjoyed their journey of being proud foster parents. He has also volunteered his time coaching numerous baseball and hockey teams throughout his life.
Andy actively sits on the Oversight Committee, Demolition/Re-Build Committee, Gaming Committee and Water Technical Committee.
He has been married for 42 years to his wife Lorraine, and they have five children and five grandchildren.
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