Butch Juson

Butch Juson
Saskatchewan (SK)
Chair, Family & Children
Vice-Chair, Technology and Advance Education
Deputy Vice-Chair, Labor, Employment & Skills Training

Ramon “Butch” Juson has over 39 years in management, 25 years in the Philippines corporate world, and 12 years as a former general manager of Canada’s leading coffee brand which became instrumental in helping hundreds of Filipinos acquire work and permanent residency in Saskatchewan.

Butch is an advocate in forming a diversity of small groups that support and care for individuals, couples’, and families in all aspects of life. Together with his wife Emily, he became the lead Council of servants and lead Pastor for Christ’s Commission Fellowship Prince Albert. This group reaches out to individuals and families through True Life Seminars and Retreats, Family Breakthrough, Parenting, Couple’s, Single’s, Youth, Men’s, Women’s, Life Goals, Financial Stewardship, Personal Development and Marriage Counselling. The movement grew to become the first Christ’s Committed Fellowship Satellite in Canada catering to form more diverse small groups within Saskatchewan, and an overseer of CCF Regina Satellite, CCF Weyburn and CCF Saskatoon.

Butch and his wife Emily have two young professional children, Jojan and RJ.