Ken Cruickshank was born in Calgary and later moved to Saskatchewan where he graduated from the College of Law in Saskatoon in 1976. Ken moved back to Alberta after law school and has been in Lacombe ever since.
In his early years of practice, Ken took on all types of legal matters including matrimonial, criminal, and litigation work. However, now the majority of his present work is related to real estate transactions, corporate work, wills and estates.
Ken lives in Lacombe, and enjoys golfing and entertaining with friends.
A strong community supporter, Ken strives to give back to the community which has been so good to him over the years. He would be pleased to discuss your legal concerns, provide a quote, and if necessary, meet with you after hours for a consultation.
Rick is also a Saskatchewan Law School graduate. His experience includes careers as a successful businessman and high school teacher before he entered law school. He began his legal career with one of the world's largest law firms. After a few years of practice in downtown Calgary, Rick wanted to return to a small town lifestyle.
He is a published author whose legal experience ranges through various commercial litigation, personal injury and divorce matters to a variety of solicitor's work including estate planning, probate, corporate, partnerships and real estate development, with a special interest in matters related to the Firearms Act and regulations. As a third year law student, Rick commenced an action against the Faculty of Law – and won. His career as an effective litigator continues to this day. Rick is a past member of the Board of Governors of the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association.
He is an avid outdoorsman. Rick and his wife Julie live with their two young children on an acreage close to Lacombe with their Shiloh German Shepherds.
Loney joined the firm in August of 2004. He and his family – wife Ronda, daughter Kalista and son Steven – moved back to Lacombe after some years in the Edmonton area where he completed a law degree at the University of Alberta. He is both a graduate and a former employee of Burman University and served as President of the Alumni Association for 7 years. He has also taught law classes on a contract basis at Red Deer College and at Burman University.
Loney's professional background includes almost 10 years in the education field as well as legal experience with a broad exposure to different areas of the law, which has developed into a diverse general practice that includes divorce and family law, wills and estates, real estate, corporate/commercial transactions and business law.
Personal interests include most athletic activities and spending time with his family. He considers Lacombe to be a superb place to work and raise a family.