Serby, Hon. Clay
New Democrat MLA, Yorkton
Clay Serby was born and raised on the family farm, which he now owns and operates with his brother. Clay was Executive Director of SIGN, a non-profit human service agency in Yorkton. He was a city Alderman serving on the Economic Development and Community Planning Committees.
Clay Serby is still an active member of his community, serving as a trustee on the Yorkton Regional Hospital Board. He is a Past President of the United Way. Clay is a founding member of Yorkton Big Brothers and Sisters and of the Seniors' Transportation program. Clay has served on several provincial advisory committees and boards in the development of standards and policies for health and social service programs. He has also served as a member of the Rotary Club.
Mr. Serby served on the Legislative Committees of Public Accounts and Municipal Law. He was past Vice-Chair and Chair of the Government Caucus Local Government and Education Committee.
Clay Serby was first elected to the Legislature in 1991, then re-elected in 1995. Mr. Serby was appointed to Cabinet on November 22, 1995 as Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Government Insurance, Minister Responsible for the Liquor and Gaming Commission and Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation. He held these portfolios until June, 1997. He was also Minister Responsible for Highways and Transportation from April 28, to June 27 1997.
On June 27, 1997, Mr. Serby was appointed Minister of Health.