Meet the folks who made this site possible

Mark Cameron is a guidance counsellor, father of three daughters, and a proud husband of a frontline health care provider. He is a member of the Optimist Club of New Dundee and wants the public to know that his fellow members have made themselves available to help those in need of assistance. Mark is available at

Born in London, Nigel Gordijk is an expat Brit who made Wilmot his home in 2007. He is a website designer and social media communication specialist, and he came up with the hashtag #WilmotStrongerTogether as a way to help the community feel connected at a time of turmoil and anxiety. He has been a reporter for The Wilmot-Tavistock Gazette (formerly The Wilmot Post) since it was founded in 2020.

Josh Halbert was born in Guelph, grew up in Kitchener, and wisely decided to continue West to settle in New Hamburg. He is an account manager at his family's business Keytech Water Management. Married to Melissa and blessed with two daughters, Drea and Taylor, Josh is passionate about community and grassroots activism, and he created the Wilmot Stronger Together Facebook group.

Jenn Pfenning proudly serves as a councillor for Wilmot's Ward 4, and she also runs Pfenning's Organic Farm with her husband Ekk. She is a mother, activist and volunteer who cares deeply about her community.

Foxboro Green resident Susan Sutherland has been retired for many years, and was formerly involved in marketing and promotion of fresh fruits and vegetables.

Matt Teskey is a local techie who has worked at a number of area tech companies as a product/program manager. He organizes volunteers to support the Google for Nonprofits program, and his family built the Wonder of the Water Wheel Wilmot digital treasure hunt.

Thank you to the Township of Wilmot for being active contributors to the content on this site.