T.J. (Terry) Chiddy

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As published in ALS News upon receiving his commission in 2004

Terence J. Chiddy was born in Cape Town, South Africa in February 1950. He entered Canada on January 28, 2002. Terry graduated from Rondebosch Boys High School in 1968 and went on to receive a B.Sc. from the University of Cape Town.

Articles were served under Alberta Land Surveyors Peter Walker and Wayne Hucik from October 4, 2002 to July 7, 2004 when Terry became an affiliate member.

He also hold designation as a Professional Land Surveyor in South Africa and as as a Canada Lands Surveyor. Terry served as a Council member for six years and as secretary for two years of the Institute of Land Surveyors of the Western Cape in South Africa. He also served on committee of the Piscatorial (fishing) Society in Cape Town and on committee of the UCT Flying Club at the University of Cape Town.

Terry has practiced as a professional land surveyor and as a partner in a survey firm in Cape Town for 27 years. He joined Northcan Surveys in Calgary in February 2002. Terry obtained his commission as an Alberta Land Surveyor on November 26, 2004.

Terry enjoys fly fishing and travelling.