Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare Board of Directors 2022-23
Pat Soulliere is the Director of Sales at Centoco Plastics Ltd. The nearly 40 year old company based in Windsor, Ontario supplies toilet seats made of plastic and wood to wholesale, retail, OEM and catalogue markets in North America and is currently the only manufacturer of toilet seats in Canada. Pat and his sales team led the company to the prestigious Supplier of the Year award in the fall of 2015. This award recognized Soulliere and his team on a national level through a rigorous evaluation process based on extensive criteria.
Prior to his role with Centoco Plastics Ltd., Soulliere was President of Winrac Development Inc. and Windsor Raceway Ltd, private company’s responsibility for owning and operating horse race tracks in Woodstock, Dresden and formally, Windsor, Ontario.
Soulliere a Certified Professional Accountant (CPA,CGA), graduated from Business Administration at St.Clair College in 1978 and has held various professional and community-based leadership roles. His thirty plus years of professional business experience includes areas of internal audit, fiscal management, budgeting, regulatory and government agency compliance and human resource management.
Pat dedicates his time outside of the professional realm to volunteer activities including being the current Chair of the Alzheimer Society of Windsor/Essex. Pat has been a community member of the HDGH Finance Committee for 6 years.
He is happily married to his wife Donna and has three grown children; Amie, Jason and Ryan.
Meet the Board
HDGH: What motivated you to join HDGH’s Board of Directors?
PS: I was a community member of the Finance and Audit Committee for approximately 5 years. I gained a lot of knowledge about HDGH while a community member and felt I could contribute more to the organization by joining the Board.
HDGH: What do you believe are the most prominent health needs in our community?
PS: Mental health, addictions and homelessness are the most prominent issue facing our community. The pandemic has only increased the seriousness of these issues.
HDGH: As a member of the Board, how does the board ensure a healthy, equitable community?
PS: By staying with our values as a faith-based organization and following our mission by ensuring excellent governance and strategic direction for HDGH