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Jeff Lambkin

Jeff Lambkin

Business Development Operations Leader

Jeff is the one to call if you’re looking for obscure information about the EMS industry. Or if you’re in the mood for some dry humour.

With Creation for a very long time (since 1999, at least), Jeff’s a real believer in the power of teamwork, coming from the Oil & Gas sector and having entered the EMS Industry in Business Development where it’s so essential that you are who you say you are.

He’s up at any hour for any sort of competitive or data analysis, and rumors still fly as to how he swung a career change which at one time landed him a role on the Marketing team with 3 women.


Fantasy Title Role: Captain of the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs (This is serious , although we’ve tried to talk him out of it).

Favourite Way to Relax: Family all around me: cooking dinner, lying on the beach, Saturday morning cup of coffee and the newspaper on the front porch, kids laughing and playing

Best Books Ever: To Kill a Mockingbird. Good To Great.

Hidden Talents?: Nope…they’re all on display for all to see. But come visit and let me make you what I’ve been told is the “perfect G&T”!

One Of My Favourite Quotes: “How many people ever get a chance to do something that they really believe in?” ~Terry Fox

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