Welcome to Bob Kozminski's personal page
Bob Kozminski was born and raised in Winnipeg and has been a lifelong passionate supporter of the Winnipeg and Manitoba communities.
Bob received his Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Winnipeg in 1967, graduated from the University of Manitoba Faculty of Law in 1970, and was called to the Manitoba Bar in 1971. While maintaining a very active law practice, Bob began his career as an entrepreneur by acquiring ownership of the Budget Rent a Car/Truck franchise in Winnipeg. In 1986, Bob decided to leave the practice of law and purchased Keystone Ford Sales and expanded his business interests to include residential and commercial real estate development, Jaguar on Sargent, Winnipeg Hyundai, Valley Chevrolet Oldsmobile in Neepawa, Giant Pump Pressure Systems, Volvo and Jaguar Land Rover of Winnipeg and an interest in the Ranger Insurance location on Regent Ave.
In addition to his very active business career Bob has been a dedicated and tireless fundraiser and supporter of dozens of worthwhile causes in our community. Some of the causes Bob has championed include; Past Chairman of the University of Manitoba Development Council Campaign Cabinet which raised over four hundred million dollars for the U of M, Founding Member of The Business Council of Manitoba and actively worked to set up the Business Council Aboriginal Scholarship Program that has handed out over six million dollars in awards since it was established, Manitoba Director of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Founding Chair of the Lake of the Woods Hospital Foundation dinner which to date has raised over one million dollars, Fundraiser for 1999 Winnipeg Pan Am Games, Co-Chair of World Women’s Hockey Tournament 2001 Fundraising Committee, Miles Macdonell Collegiate Alumni Reunion, The University of Winnipeg Foundation Vice Chair and Capital Fundraising Chair having raised $135 million dollars for the U of W and Development Committee Chair of Ducks Unlimited Canada for their $500M Fundraising Campaign. In addition, Bob is currently advising and assisting the Winnipeg Art Gallery on the fundraising campaign for the new Inuit Art Centre and actively involved in the Holy Family Nursing Home seventy-million-dollar capital campaign to fund the care homes expansion
Bob and his wife Deirdre have two adult children, son Matthew, and wife Kelly, two grandchildren Carter and Chandler and daughter Megan and partner Kyle Fargey.
Bob is pleased to support STARS and its mission to ensure that patients receive leading edge critical care during transport.
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