Al Rimell

Al is a licensed Realtor serving Campbell River and the surrounding areas. He was born and raised on Vancouver Island and has lived in many island communities before settling in Campbell River in 2006. In his world, family comes first. He’s married with two adult children and a precocious granddaughter. Al brings 35 years of business management experience focused primarily on Operations, Marketing and Human Resource Management. His business experience has been concentrated in the Retail, Hospitality and Financial Services sectors. 

Al’s Real Estate Practice is based on a simple premise, to be a “trusted Advisor” and “Partner” with his clients. Your relationship will be based on open, honest communication, trust, respect, and inclusiveness with a clear focus on achieving the desired outcome. Whether buying your first home, upsizing as your family grows, or downsizing as the children move on to build their own futures, you will walk that path together.  

Al is a firm believer in community service. He has spent time coaching High School Basketball and Minor Baseball and many years as a Coach, Director, and President of the Campbell River Youth Soccer Association, stepping away in 2018. But, with a 5-year-old granddaughter, Al can see he may be back in the fold soon! As President of the CRYSA, he was a driving force behind getting the Robron Artificial Turf Field to become a reality. He was also a member of the Robron Park Fieldhouse Committee, which completed the construction of a multisport clubhouse in 2020.  

When Al is not working, life is all about family, friends, good conversation, learning something new, playing outside and finding adventure. He looks forward to working with you. 

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