Randy Hunter

Randy Hunter


Randy Hunter, Born March 23, 1953.  Lifetime resident of GlenCoe and moved to Tide Head in 1994. Has resided in various parts of the Province and Gaspe filling teaching vacancies.

Graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Education with a major in Business Education and a minor in Special Ed.  , attended UNB, U de M, etc. obtaining a Certificate V in Special Education.

Presently teaching at Sugarloaf Senior High School in Campbellton, NB.

Was married to the late Gwen Craswell of Mann’s Mountain.

Has served on many Provincial committees with the NBTA and local Recreation Committee in GlenLevit.

Interests include:  Bowling, Music, Travelling, etc.

Enjoys working with the Public and is dedicated to helping others.


  • Boyd Nichol Memorial Committee 
Catherine Johnson-McDavid

Catherine Johnson-McDavid

Deputy Mayor

Graduated from Sugarloaf Senior High School and have a Human Resources Management Certification from UNB.

I have worked in the Anglophone school District for 26 years and now work as a Human Resources Officer for Anglophone North.

I am married to Curtis McDavid, and am a mother of 2 children and a grandmother of 3. 

I have volunteered for many organizations over the years such as Brownies/Guides, Syncro, Relay for Life (Team Leader), Home and School Association, Minor Hockey Association, and am a true hockey mom.  I was also the Chairperson for the CMS PSSC Committee in 2011-2012.

I was born in Tide Head and lived here most of my life, and I am very proud of our little community.


  • Human Resources – Employee Safety & Accident Prevention
  • Policing Services
  • Tourism & Beautification
Mark St. Onge

Mark St. Onge


Born in St. Jules, Quebec in 1947

Married to Henrietta Durette

Moved to Tide Head in 1975

Proud father of two children:  Charlene and Jason

Served as a volunteer firefighter for 18 years

I enjoy fishing, hunting and camping


  • Building Maintenance & Equipment
  • Fire Department and Fire Prevention
  • Public Works
  • Water & Sewerage